Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Richard Owlett
I am encountering problems and questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17 under WinXP Pro SP2. Problems: 1. Although my preferences are set to download messages at startup and every 10 minutes, all that happens is that I'm alerted that mail is available on the server

Re: Uninstalling SM 2.0a3 and reverting to 1.17 on WinXP - No Problem

2009-08-07 Thread Bill Davidsen
Robert Kaiser wrote: Bill Davidsen wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: If you wish to migrate more than one profile or set the profile name, run SeaMonkey with the following arguments (one after another): * Seamonkey -createProfile ProfileName * Seamonkey -P ProfileName -migration taken from:

Re: E-Mail Forwarding goes to eml.

2009-08-07 Thread Bill Davidsen
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: DoctorBill schrieb: When I want to forward an E-Mail I have received, the forwarded message is not in the message area, but over in the Attachments box as title.eml. I cannot see it anymore. Can I stop this and make the forwarded message

Re: Order of Email Accounts

2009-08-07 Thread Bill Davidsen
Rubens wrote: Best of luck. After reading all these approaches, some of which I have used before, I can only say that drag and drop reordering sure would be easier. For accounts and folders and newsgroups, each of which has a workaround, none of which is intuitive. -- Bill Davidsen

Re: Sending in HTML

2009-08-07 Thread Bill Davidsen
Brian Mailman wrote: WinXP, SP3 SM 1.1.17 I receive HTML email on occasion. When I reply to it, the Reply is always in plain text. Forwarding is in plain text too. This is fine with me, for the megamajority most part. Now I have occasion to send an HTML-formatted Forward (it has charts

Re: Seamonkey 2.0B Mail client doesn't display correctly!

2009-08-07 Thread Bill Davidsen
AK wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: AK schrieb: Somebody help. I have been unable to make SeaMonkey2.0s work correctly ever since the release of alpha. Now I installed 2.0B but the problem still exists. Please see screen shot linked below.

Re: Order of Email Accounts

2009-08-07 Thread Broadback
Bill Davidsen wrote: Rubens wrote: Best of luck. After reading all these approaches, some of which I have used before, I can only say that drag and drop reordering sure would be easier. For accounts and folders and newsgroups, each of which has a workaround, none of which is intuitive.

Re: Order of Email Accounts

2009-08-07 Thread Ray_Net
Rubens wrote: Mark Hansen wrote, on 2009-08-06 10:54: On 08/06/09 01:17, Ray_Net wrote: Paul Hartman wrote: On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Gerard Francombgerar...@pobox.com wrote: Arne wrote: Open the Mail Newsgroups Account Settings in Edit menu. Then click on preferred mail account so

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Rubens
Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 09:14: I am encountering problems and questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17 under WinXP Pro SP2. Problems: 1. Although my preferences are set to download messages at startup and every 10 minutes, all that happens is that I'm

Re: Uninstalling SM 2.0a3 and reverting to 1.17 on WinXP - No Problem

2009-08-07 Thread Arnie Goetchius
Bill Davidsen wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: Bill Davidsen wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: If you wish to migrate more than one profile or set the profile name, run SeaMonkey with the following arguments (one after another): * Seamonkey -createProfile ProfileName * Seamonkey -P ProfileName

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Benoit Renard
Richard Owlett wrote: Questions: 1. Can prefs.js force email preferences - specifically view as plain text and disable JavaScript in email? I don't see why not, as that's where preferences like those are stored. 2. Is there a simple (read automatic) way to setup multiple

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Richard Owlett
Rubens wrote: Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 09:14: I am encountering problems and questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17 under WinXP Pro SP2. Problems: 1. Although my preferences are set to download messages at startup and every 10 minutes, all that happens is

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Rubens
Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 11:27: Rubens wrote: Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 09:14: I am encountering problems and questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17 under WinXP Pro SP2. Problems: 1. Although my preferences are set to download messages at startup

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Richard Owlett
Benoit Renard wrote: Richard Owlett wrote: Questions: 1. Can prefs.js force email preferences - specifically view as plain text and disable JavaScript in email? I don't see why not, as that's where preferences like those are stored. OK. I haven't dived into user.js and prefs.js since

Re: Problems/questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17

2009-08-07 Thread Richard Owlett
Rubens wrote: Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 11:27: Rubens wrote: Richard Owlett wrote, on 2009-08-07 09:14: I am encountering problems and questions moving from Mozilla 1.7.12 to SeaMonkey 1.1.17 under WinXP Pro SP2. Problems: 1. Although my preferences are set to download messages

Re: Order of Email Accounts

2009-08-07 Thread Martin Feitag
Bill Davidsen schrieb: Rubens wrote: Best of luck. After reading all these approaches, some of which I have used before, I can only say that drag and drop reordering sure would be easier. For accounts and folders and newsgroups, each of which has a workaround, none of which is intuitive.

Re: Probably a dumb question....

2009-08-07 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
DoctorBill wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I frequent a certain Automotive Forum. If I am on that forum and go to work off line and hang up, then come back maybe 30 minutes later, go online and redial, would that forum still be active - or would I have to re-log in ? If my

Go Forward Go Back buttons

2009-08-07 Thread Rachel
I'm new to Seamonkey so I'm still finding my way around although I have migrated from Thunderbird. Can anybody explain the purpose of the Go Forward and Go Back buttons on the Mail Newsgroups toolbar? They seem to be greyed out most of the time. As navigational aids they don't seem to be of

Re: Go Forward Go Back buttons

2009-08-07 Thread Paul Hartman
On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 1:21 PM, Rachelrachel...@tiscali.co.uk wrote: I'm new to Seamonkey so I'm still finding my way around although I have migrated from Thunderbird. Can anybody explain the purpose of the Go Forward and Go Back buttons on the Mail Newsgroups toolbar? They seem to be greyed

Re: Go Forward Go Back buttons

2009-08-07 Thread Rachel
Paul Hartman wrote: On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 1:21 PM, Rachelrachel...@tiscali.co.uk wrote: I'm new to Seamonkey so I'm still finding my way around although I have migrated from Thunderbird. Can anybody explain the purpose of the Go Forward and Go Back buttons on the Mail Newsgroups

Re: Go Forward Go Back buttons

2009-08-07 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 8/7/2009 8:21 PM Rachel wrote: Can anybody explain the purpose of the Go Forward and Go Back buttons on the Mail Newsgroups toolbar? They seem to be greyed out most of the time. As navigational aids they don't seem to be of much use. They work like the Back/Forward buttons in the browser,

Re: Go Forward Go Back buttons

2009-08-07 Thread Rachel
Jens Hatlak wrote: On 8/7/2009 8:21 PM Rachel wrote: Can anybody explain the purpose of the Go Forward and Go Back buttons on the Mail Newsgroups toolbar? They seem to be greyed out most of the time. As navigational aids they don't seem to be of much use. They work like the Back/Forward

Re: re. Where s The Address Book In SeaMonkey

2009-08-07 Thread user
Tobias Fischer wrote: On 03.08.2009 03:43, u...@domain.invalid wrote: u...@domain.invalid wrote: Tobias Fischer wrote: On 03.08.2009 02:47, u...@domain.invalid wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: [...] Please paste that file into your Seamonkey profile directory, not into the seamonkey program.