Customize your MarkMail Google gadget
Step 1: Where are you going to install the gadget?iGoogle
Show only the lists that you care aboutIf you want to constrain the gadget to only display information from a few lists, enter the list names here, separating multiple list names with spaces:
We will include any list whose name incorporates the terms you specify. For example:
... (more than 400 lists)
Need ideas? You can browse our full list of lists.
Refine your results with keywordsSpecify keywords and other search terms to further refine the results that get displayed in your gadget:
You can type a word or phrase into the search box, and the MarkMail gadget will show you results relevant to that word or phrase. If you entered some lists on the previous step, we'll limit the view to those lists.
The gadget supports the full MarkMail search syntax, summarized below.
|Search Capability||Example Query|
|Terms in the sender's name or email:|
|Terms in the subject:|
|An attachment file extension:|
|Any part of the attachment name:|
|The classification of the message:|
|Messages by date:|
|Or by date range:|
|Or by one-sided range:|
Search terms are case insensitive. They are also stemmed, meaning a search for "issue" will additionally match "issues" and vice-versa.
Constraints are ANDed together except in the case of multiple fielded
constraints of the same type which will be OR'd together. So for example the
subject:performance subject:speed includes messages that include the words "performance" or "speed" in their subject lines.
Any of the above constraints may be negated with a minus sign indicating that
matching messages should be excluded from the results. For example, the
following query finds traffic mentioning sql excluding CVS or SVN commits:
sql -type:checkins. Negations are not OR'd; more
negations always exclude more messages.
If the search string contains the special
opt:noquote argument the results
will avoid searching text that appears in quoted messages. This can be used
to find messages where a particular person said something.
opt:nostem argument in a search indicates you
want the search without "stemming", meaning a search for run won't
match runs or ran as would normally happen. This lets you be
a bit more precise in what you're looking for.
Select a date rangeIf you're only interested in seeing the most recent message activity you can have your gadget only fetch data from the last 30, 60 or 90 days. Otherwise it will give you the entire message history.
This setting has a big effect on the gadget's traffic graph display. It controls the other tabs too, but since they only show the most recent 20 or so results, this constraint doesn't often matter.
When in doubt, select the default "since our archives began".
Name your gadgetIf you'd like to give your gadget a title enter it here:
If you don't give it a name, it will be titled "MarkMail".