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	  FLIM (Faithful Library about Internet Message) API
			     Version 1.14
			   Draft Release 3

* Notation

Each function is described by following notation:

[Function] NAME-OF-FUNCTION (SIGNATURE)
  DESCRIPTIONS
  [ILEVEL]<ULEVEL>

Each inline function is described by following notation:

[Inline function] NAME-OF-FUNCTION (SIGNATURE)
  DESCRIPTIONS
  [ILEVEL]<ULEVEL>

Each macro is described by following notation:

[Macro] NAME-OF-MACRO (SIGNATURE)
  DESCRIPTIONS
  [ILEVEL]<ULEVEL>

Each variable is described by following notation:

[Variable] NAME-OF-VARIABLE
  DESCRIPTIONS
  [ILEVEL]<ULEVEL>

ILEVEL specifies implementation level:

  Required: Must implement
  Suggest:  Should implement
  Optional: Optional

ULEVEL specifies implementation level:

  Suggest:  Should use
  Not Suggest: Should not use
  Obsolete: Should not use (historical)


* MIME entity

** How to use

(require 'mime)


** MIME-Entity Creation

[Function] mime-open-entity (type location)
  Open an entity and return it.

  TYPE is representation-type.

  LOCATION is location of entity.  Specification of it is depended on
  representation-type.

  [Required]<Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-parse-buffer (&optional buffer representation-type)
  Parse BUFFER as a MIME message.

  If buffer is omitted, it parses current-buffer.

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


** MIME-Entity Hierarchy

[Function] mime-entity-children (entity)
  Return list of entities included in the ENTITY.

  [Required]<Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-PGP)


[Function] mime-entity-parent (entity &optional message)
  Return mother entity of ENTITY.

  If MESSAGE is specified, it is regarded as root entity.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-PGP)


[Function] mime-find-root-entity (entity)
  Return root entity of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-root-entity-p (entity &optional message)
  Return t if ENTITY is root-entity (message).

  If MESSAGE is specified, it is regarded as root entity.

  [Suggest]<Suggest>


[Function] mime-entity-node-id (entity)
  Return node-id of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-PGP)


[Function] mime-entity-number (entity)
  Return entity-number of ENTITY.

  [Optional]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-PGP)


** MIME-Entity Search

[Function] mime-find-entity-from-node-id (entity-node-id message)
  Return entity from ENTITY-NODE-ID in MESSAGE.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-find-entity-from-number (entity-number message)
  Return entity from ENTITY-NUMBER in MESSAGE.

  [Optional]


[Function] mime-find-entity-from-content-id (cid message)
  Return entity from CID in MESSAGE.

  [Suggest]<Suggest>


** MIME-Entity Attributes

[Function] mime-entity-content-type (entity)
  Return content-type of ENTITY.

  (cf. <** Content-Type>)

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Inline function] mime-entity-media-type (entity)
  Return primary media-type of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Inline function] mime-entity-media-subtype (entity)
  Return media-subtype of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Inline function] mime-entity-type/subtype (entity)
  Return media-type/subtype of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-W3)


[Inline function] mime-entity-parameters (entity)
  Return parameters of Content-Type of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-set-content-type (entity content-type)
  Set ENTITY's content-type to CONTENT-TYPE.

  (cf. <** Content-Type>)

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-content-disposition (entity)
  Return content-disposition of ENTITY.

  (cf. <** Content-Disposition>)

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-filename (entity)
  Return filename of ENTITY.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-encoding (entity)
  Return content-transfer-encoding of ENTITY.

  If the ENTITY does not have valid Content-Transfer-Encoding field,
  return nil.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-set-encoding (entity encoding)
  Set ENTITY's content-transfer-encoding to ENCODING.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


[Function] mime-entity-cooked-p (entity)
  Return non-nil if contents of ENTITY has been already
  code-converted.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-PGP)


[Function] mime-entity-name (entity)
  Return unique name of the ENTITY.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View)


** MIME-Entity Header

[Function] mime-entity-fetch-field (entity field-name)
  Return the value of the ENTITY's header field whose type is
  FIELD-NAME.

  The results is network representation.

  If FIELD-NAME field is not found, this function returns nil.

  [Required]<Suggest>
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-BBDB)


[Function] mime-entity-read-field (entity field-name)
  Parse FIELD-NAME field in header of ENTITY, and return the result.

  Format of result is depended on kind of field.  For non-structured
  field, this function returns string.  For structured field, it
  returns list corresponding with structure of the field.

  Strings in the result will be converted to internal representation
  of Emacs.

  If FIELD-NAME field is not found, this function returns nil.

  [Suggest]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, MIME-BBDB)


** Text Presentation of MIME-Entity Content

[Function] mime-insert-header (entity &optional invisible-fields
						visible-fields)
  Insert before point a decoded header of ENTITY.

  INVISIBLE-FIELDS is list of regexps to match field-name to hide.
  VISIBLE-FIELDS is list of regexps to match field-name to hide.

  If a field-name is matched with some elements of INVISIBLE-FIELDS
  and matched with none of VISIBLE-FIELDS, this function don't insert
  the field.

  Each encoded-word in the header is decoded.  ``Raw non us-ascii
  characters'' are also decoded as `default-mime-charset'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-insert-text-content (entity)
  Insert before point a contents of ENTITY as text entity.

  Contents of the ENTITY are decoded as MIME charset.  If the ENTITY
  does not have charset parameter of Content-Type field,
  `default-mime-charset' is used as default value.

  [Required]


[Variable] default-mime-charset
  Symbol to indicate default value of MIME charset.

  It is used when MIME charset is not specified.

  It is originally variable of APEL.

  [Required]


** Bytes Representation of MIME-Entity Content

[Function] mime-entity-content (entity)
  Return content of ENTITY as byte sequence (string).

  [Required]
  (Usage: SEMI 1.14 MIME-View, Postpet)


[Function] mime-insert-entity-content (entity)
  Insert content of ENTITY (byte sequence) at point.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-write-entity-content (entity filename)
  Write content of ENTITY (byte sequence) into FILENAME.

  [Required]


** Network Representation of MIME-Entity

[Function] mime-entity-string (entity)
  Return header and body of ENTITY (string).

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


[Function] mime-insert-entity (entity)
  Insert header and body of ENTITY at point.

  [Required]


[Function] mime-write-entity (entity filename)
  Write header and body of ENTITY into FILENAME.

  [Required]


[Function] mime-entity-header (entity)
  Return network representation of ENTITY header (string).

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


[Function] mime-insert-entity-header (entity)
  Insert network representation of ENTITY header at point.

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


[Function] mime-write-entity-header (entity filename)
  Write network representation of ENTITY header FILENAME.

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


[Function] mime-entity-body (entity)
  Return network representation of ENTITY body (string).

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>


[Function] mime-insert-entity-body (entity)
  Insert network representation of ENTITY body at point.

  [Required]


[Function] mime-write-entity-body (entity filename)
  Write body of ENTITY into FILENAME.

  [Required]


* MIME content information

** How to use

(require 'mime)


** Content-Type

[Function] mime-parse-Content-Type (string)
  Parse STRING as field-body of Content-Type field, and
  return the result as `mime-content-type' structure.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-read-Content-Type ()
  Read field-body of Content-Type field from current-buffer,
  and return the parsed result.

  Format of return value is as same as `mime-parse-Content-Type'.

  Return `nil' if Content-Type field is not found.

  [Suggest]


[Inline function] mime-content-type-primary-type (content-type)
  Return primary-type of CONTENT-TYPE.

  [Required]


[Inline function] mime-content-type-subtype (content-type)
  Return subtype of CONTENT-TYPE.

  [Required]


[Inline function] mime-content-type-parameter (content-type parameter)
  Return PARAMETER value of CONTENT-TYPE.

  [Required]


[Inline function] mime-content-type-parameters (content-type)
  Return parameters of CONTENT-TYPE.

  [Suggest]


[Inline function] mime-type/subtype-string (type &optional subtype)
  Return type/subtype string from TYPE and SUBTYPE.

  [Suggest]


** Content-Disposition

[Function] mime-parse-Content-Disposition (string)
  Parse STRING as field-body of Content-Disposition field.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-read-Content-Disposition ()
  Read field-body of Content-Disposition field from current-buffer,
and return parsed it.

  [Suggest]


[Inline function] mime-content-disposition-type (content-disposition)
  Return disposition-type of CONTENT-DISPOSITION.

  [Required]


[Inline function] mime-content-disposition-parameter
				(content-disposition parameter)
  Return PARAMETER value of CONTENT-DISPOSITION.

  [Required]


[Inline function] mime-content-disposition-filename (content-disposition)
  Return filename of CONTENT-DISPOSITION.

  [Suggest]<Suggest>


[Inline function] mime-content-disposition-parameters (content-disposition)
  Return disposition-parameters of CONTENT-DISPOSITION.

  [Suggest]


* encoded-word

** How to use

(require 'mime)


** decoder

[Function] mime-decode-header-in-buffer (&optional code-conversion
						   separator)
  Decode MIME encoded-words in header fields.

  If CODE-CONVERSION is nil, it decodes only encoded-words.  If it is
  mime-charset, it decodes non-ASCII bit patterns as the mime-charset.
  Otherwise it decodes non-ASCII bit patterns as the
  default-mime-charset.

  If SEPARATOR is not nil, it is used as header separator.

  [Suggest]


[Function] eword-decode-header (&optional code-conversion separator)
  As same as `mime-decode-header-in-buffer', q.v.

  Note that

       (require 'eword-decode)

  is necessary to use this function.

  [Optional]<Obsolete> (Usage: cmail 2.61)


[Function] mime-decode-header-in-region (start end
					 &optional code-conversion)
  Decode MIME encoded-words in region between START and END.

  If CODE-CONVERSION is nil, it decodes only encoded-words.  If it is
  mime-charset, it decodes non-ASCII bit patterns as the mime-charset.
  Otherwise it decodes non-ASCII bit patterns as the
  default-mime-charset.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-decode-field-body (field-body field-name
				   &optional mode max-column)
  Decode FIELD-BODY as FIELD-NAME in MODE, and return the result.

  Optional argument MODE must be `plain', `wide', `summary' or `nov'.
  Default mode is `summary'.

  If MODE is `wide' and MAX-COLUMN is non-nil, the result is folded
  with MAX-COLUMN.

  Non MIME encoded-word part in FILED-BODY is decoded with
  `default-mime-charset'.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Function] mime-set-field-decoder (field &rest specs)
  Set decoder of FIELD.

  SPECS must be like `MODE1 DECODER1 MODE2 DECODER2 ...'.

  Each mode must be `nil', `plain', `wide', `summary' or `nov'.  If
  mode is `nil', corresponding decoder is set up for every modes.

  [Suggest]


[Macro] mime-find-field-presentation-method (name)
  Return field-presentation-method from NAME.

  NAME must be `plain', `wide', `summary' or `nov'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-find-field-decoder (field &optional mode)
  Return function to decode field-body of FIELD in MODE.

  Optional argument MODE must be object or name of
  field-presentation-method.  Name of field-presentation-method must
  be `plain', `wide', `summary' or `nov'.  Default value of MODE is
  `summary'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-update-field-decoder-cache (field mode &optional function)
  Update field decoder cache `mime-field-decoder-cache'.

  [Suggest]


** encoder

[Function] mime-encode-header-in-buffer (&optional code-conversion)
  Encode header fields to network representation, such as MIME
  encoded-word.

  It refer variable `mime-field-encoding-method-alist'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-encode-field-body (field-body field-name)
  Encode FIELD-BODY as FIELD-NAME, and return the result.

  A lexical token includes non-ASCII character is encoded as MIME
  encoded-word.  ASCII token is not encoded.

  [Required]<Suggest>


* Content-Transfer-Encoding

** How to use

(require 'mel)


** Encoding Name

[Variable] mime-encoding-list
  List of Content-Transfer-Encoding.  Each encoding must be string.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-encoding-list (&optional service)
  Return list of Content-Transfer-Encoding.

  If SERVICE is specified, it returns available list of
  Content-Transfer-Encoding for it.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Function] mime-encoding-alist (&optional service)
  Return table of Content-Transfer-Encoding for completion.

  [Suggest]


** String

[Function] mime-decode-string (string encoding)
  Decode STRING using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.  If ENCODING is found in
  `mime-encoding-list', this function decodes the STRING by its value.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Function] mime-encode-string (string encoding)
  Encode STRING using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Function] base64-decode-string (STRING)
  Base64-decode STRING and return the result.

  [Required]


[Function] base64-encode-string (STRING &optional NO-LINE-BREAK)
  Base64-encode STRING and return the result.

  Optional second argument NO-LINE-BREAK means do not break long lines
  into shorter lines.

  [Required]


** File

[Command] mime-write-decoded-region (start end filename encoding)
  Decode and write current region encoded by ENCODING into FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Command] mime-insert-encoded-file (filename encoding)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by ENCODING format.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Command] 7bit-write-decoded-region (start end filename)
  Decode and write current region encoded by "7bit" into FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Optional]


[Command] 7bit-insert-encoded-file (filename)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by "7bit" format.

  [Optional]


[Command] 8bit-write-decoded-region (start end filename)
  Decode and write current region encoded by "8bit" into FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Optional]


[Command] 8bit-insert-encoded-file (filename)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by "8bit" format.

  [Optional]


[Command] binary-write-decoded-region (start end filename)
  Decode and write current region encoded by "binary" into FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Required]


[Command] binary-insert-encoded-file (filename)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by "binary" format.

  [Required]


[Command] base64-write-decoded-region (start end filename)
  Decode and write current region encoded by "base64" into FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Optional]


[Command] base64-insert-encoded-file (filename)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by "base64" format.

  [Optional]


[Command] quoted-printable-write-decoded-region (start end filename)
  Decode and write current region encoded by "quoted-printable" into
  FILENAME.

  START and END are buffer positions.

  [Optional]


[Command] quoted-printable-insert-encoded-file (filename)
  Insert file FILENAME encoded by "quoted-printable" format.

  [Optional]


** Region

[Command] mime-decode-region (start end encoding)
  Decode region START to END of current buffer using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>


[Command] mime-encode-region (start end encoding)
  Encode region START to END of current buffer using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>


[Command] base64-decode-region (BEG END)
  Base64-decode the region between BEG and END.

  Return the length of the decoded text.
  
  If the region can't be decoded, return nil and don't modify the
  buffer.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>


[Command] base64-encode-region (BEG END &optional NO-LINE-BREAK)
  Base64-encode the region between BEG and END.

  Return the length of the encoded text.

  Optional third argument NO-LINE-BREAK means do not break long lines
  into shorter lines.

  [Suggest]<Not Suggest>


** encoded-text

[Function] encoded-text-decode-string (string encoding)
  Decode STRING as encoded-text using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.

  [Suggest]


[Function] encoded-text-encode-string (string encoding &optional mode)
  Encode STRING as encoded-text using ENCODING.

  ENCODING must be string.

  MODE allows `text', `comment', `phrase' or nil.  Default value is
  `phrase'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] base64-encoded-length (string)
  Return length of B-encoded STRING.

  [Suggest]


[Function] Q-encoded-text-length (string &optional mode)
  Return length of Q-encoded STRING.

  MODE allows `text', `comment', `phrase' or nil.  Default value is
  `phrase'.

  [Suggest]


* Mailcap

** How to use

(require 'mime-conf)


** Parsing

[Function] mime-parse-mailcap-buffer (&optional buffer order)
  Parse BUFFER as a mailcap, and return the result.

  If optional argument ORDER is a function, result is sorted by it.
  If optional argument ORDER is not specified, result is sorted
  original order.  Otherwise result is not sorted.

  [Required]<Suggest>


[Variable] mime-mailcap-file
  File name of user's mailcap file.

  [Required]<Suggest> (default value may be "~/.mailcap")


[Function] mime-parse-mailcap-file (&optional filename order)
  Parse FILENAME as a mailcap, and return the result.

  If optional argument ORDER is a function, result is sorted by it.
  If optional argument ORDER is not specified, result is sorted
  original order.  Otherwise result is not sorted.

  [Required]<Suggest>


** Apply

[Function] mime-format-mailcap-command (mtext situation)
  Return formated command string from MTEXT and SITUATION.

  MTEXT is a command text of mailcap specification, such as
  view-command.

  SITUATION is an association-list about information of entity.  Its
  key may be:

	'type		primary media-type
	'subtype	media-subtype
	'filename	filename
	STRING		parameter of Content-Type field

  [Required]<Suggest>


* MIME Field

** How to use

(require 'mime)


** Parsing

[Variable] mime-field-parser-alist
  Alist to specify field parser.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-parse-msg-id (tokens)
  Parse TOKENS as msg-id of Content-Id or Message-Id field.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-uri-parse-cid (string)
  Parse STRING as cid URI.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-parse-Content-Transfer-Encoding (string)
  Parse STRING as field-body of Content-Transfer-Encoding field.
  If STRING is not a valid Content-Transfer-Encoding field,
  return nil.

  [Suggest]


[Function] mime-read-Content-Transfer-Encoding ()
  Read field-body of Content-Transfer-Encoding field from
  current-buffer, and return it.

  [Suggest]


* STD 11

** How to use

(require 'std11)


** Header

[Function] std11-narrow-to-header (&optional boundary)
  Narrow to the message header.

  If BOUNDARY is not nil, it is used as message header separator.

  [Required]


** Field

[Function] std11-fetch-field (name)
  Return the value of the header field NAME.

  The buffer is expected to be narrowed to just the headers of the
  message.

  [Required]


[Function] std11-field-body (name &optional boundary)
  Return the value of the header field NAME.

  If BOUNDARY is not nil, it is used as message header separator.

  [Required]


[Function] std11-unfold-string (string)
  Unfold STRING as message header field.

  [Required]


** Lexical Analysis

[Function] std11-lexical-analyze (string &optional analyzer start)
  Analyze STRING as lexical tokens of STD 11.

  [Suggest]


** Address

[Function] std11-address-string (address)
  Return string of address part from parsed ADDRESS of RFC 822.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-full-name-string (address)
  Return string of full-name part from parsed ADDRESS of RFC 822.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-parse-address-string (string)
  Parse STRING as mail address.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-parse-addresses-string (string)
  Parse STRING as mail address list.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-extract-address-components (string)
  Extract full name and canonical address from STRING.

  Returns a list of the form (FULL-NAME CANONICAL-ADDRESS).  If no
  name can be extracted, FULL-NAME will be nil.

  [Suggest]


** Message-ID

[Function] std11-msg-id-string (msg-id)
  Return string from parsed MSG-ID of RFC 822.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-parse-msg-id-string (string)
  Parse STRING as msg-id.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-parse-msg-ids-string (string)
  Parse STRING as `*(phrase / msg-id)'.

  [Suggest]


[Function] std11-fill-msg-id-list-string (string &optional column)
  Fill list of msg-id in STRING, and return the result.

  [Suggest]


* SMTP

** How to use

(require 'smtp)


** Features

[Function] smtp-send-buffer (sender recipients buffer)
  Send a message.

  SENDER is an envelope sender address.
  RECIPIENTS is a list of envelope recipient addresses.
  BUFFER may be a buffer or a buffer name which contains mail message.

  [Suggest]


[Function] smtp-via-smtp (sender recipients buffer)
  Like `smtp-send-buffer', but sucks in any errors.

  [Optional]<Not Suggest>