Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of docs/0.7/tab1/tree1

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    8 = Source Mail =
    9 == Result Handling ==
    10 Now that you have a joined list of all possible identities, you have to decide what has to be done with the results. All possible identities will be added to the identity dropdown menu.
     8= Selection =
     9== Identity Input ==
     10There are two possible sources of Identities, which can become the one you like to use. One source are the Smart-Identities retrieved from any relate Source Email, another source are the stored Identities you used before for your recipients. You can configure here, how both result-lists are combined.
    12 In most cases, especially if you configured the filters for Smart identity detection right, the topmost identity is the one you are interested in. Therefore it's an good idea to '''select the first found identity''' without further queries '''''[default on]'''''.
     12It can be assumed that, if you have some identity stored for any recipient, you would like to use this identity again. Therefore any '''stored identities are preferred''' against the ones you retrieved by analysing the mail header. If you don't like this (probably if you answer to the same recipients with different addresses) activate the 'prefer Smart Identities' switch '''''[off by default]'''''.
    14 Beside, it might be appropriate to use any other identity from the list, if this '''matches any of your permanent identities''' - this option is '''''[on by default]'''''. See for yourself if this fit's your requirements.
    16 If there is more than one identity (or even if there is only one resulting identity), you can choose to get an '''dialog to select the identity''' you like to use. These options are '''''[off by default]''''' but might make your life easier if you usually don't like to use any virtual identity at all.
     14Beside not preferring '''Smart Identities''' you can decide to '''ignore''' them completely if any stored identities are found '''''[on by default]'''''. This way you can keep the resulting list of identities small and prevent using a Smart Identity because of some match with any permanently stored identity in any later step.