Re: A question about Incoming Mail

2009-10-06 Thread Ray_Net
DoctorBill wrote: Bill Spikowski wrote: Daniel wrote: Bill Spikowski wrote: DoctorBill wrote: Henry wrote: DoctorBill wrote: Daniel wrote: DoctorBill wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I am on several people's Joke Lists and get some really good stuff that I would like to pass on - so I use

2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Thomas Peters
Hi, the German version of M$ Outlook prefixes an e-mail's reply subject with AW: instead of Re: by default. While Outlook automatically replaces any leading Re: by AW: in a reply to a reply, how can I configure SeaMonkey to replace that AW: by a Re:? Problem is that these AW:s pile up

Re: A question about Incoming Mail

2009-10-06 Thread Daniel
Martin Freitag wrote: Ray_Net schrieb: Daniel wrote: Bill Spikowski wrote: DoctorBill wrote: Don't UnderstandOutlook and Outlook Express...what is the difference? They're two different pieces of software -- in typical MS fashion, they share a name (but little else) I thought MS

Problem with SENT mail

2009-10-06 Thread Alex124
I have a strange problem using the Seamonkey 1.1.18 email client (on a Mac running OS 10.5.8). It started about a week ago. When I send an email the program copies a different message in the Sent folder. It appears right as far as Subject, recipients and time, but the body is taken from other

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
Thomas Peters wrote: Hi, the German version of M$ Outlook prefixes an e-mail's reply subject with AW: instead of Re: by default. While Outlook automatically replaces any leading Re: by AW: in a reply to a reply, how can I configure SeaMonkey to replace that AW: by a Re:? Problem is that

Re: viewing .jpg Images in email?

2009-10-06 Thread Daniel
Brooke Clarke wrote: Hi: I received an email with an attached jpg image. When I have the header information visible there's a box on the right showing the AM-7239C.jpg file. But when I try to open the image get the following error Window: ! C:\DOCUME~1/...AM-7239C.jpg could not be

Seamonkey 1.1.18 problem with SENT mail

2009-10-06 Thread Alex124
It's about one week that of any mail I sent, the program copies a completely different body in the Sent folder. The only things that are ok are the Subject, the date and the addressee... The program copies some very old messages (and attach) I have instead of the righ one, or it leave the body

Re: Seamonkey 1.1.18 problem with SENT mail

2009-10-06 Thread Daniel
Alex124 wrote: It's about one week that of any mail I sent, the program copies a completely different body in the Sent folder. The only things that are ok are the Subject, the date and the addressee... The program copies some very old messages (and attach) I have instead of the righ one, or it

Re: SM 2.0 questions

2009-10-06 Thread Daniel
DoctorBill wrote: Is this the forum for SM 2.0 ? If not how do I get to it ? I'm using SM 1.1 and don't want to upgrade to problems. What is your advice - upgrade now or wait a while? DoctorBill DoctorBill, if you ask a SM2 question here, I'm sure you will get a answer, if anyone can

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Thomas Peters
Paul B. Gallagher wrote, on 2009-10-06 12:22: There's a setting under about:config that looks interesting: mailnews.reply_header_locale Anyone know what it does? The default value is blank. That's the locale setting of the reply header (first line of this message). For example, if you set

Re: A question about Incoming Mail

2009-10-06 Thread Lucas Levrel
Le 3 octobre 2009, Henry a écrit : DoctorBill wrote: Many of these things are some kind of framed large letters with cartoons things which I don't know how to Edit. They seem to have been copied over and over or else messed with such that they have multiple Frames

Re: Detaching or deleting attachments

2009-10-06 Thread Bill Spikowski
Rubens wrote: Bill Spikowski wrote, on 2009-10-05 17:16: Maybe 2 or 3 times out of 10, when I delete an attachment from an e-mail, the attachment remains firmly attached. Is there something I need to know about when detaching will or will not work? (running SM 1.1.10 and WinXP) Try to

Re: Seamonkey 1.1.18 problem with SENT mail

2009-10-06 Thread Alex124
Daniel wrote: Alex124 wrote: It's about one week that of any mail I sent, the program copies a completely different body in the Sent folder. The only things that are ok are the Subject, the date and the addressee... The program copies some very old messages (and attach) I have instead of the

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Hartmut Figge
Thomas Peters: the German version of M$ Outlook prefixes an e-mail's reply subject with AW: instead of Re: by default. While Outlook automatically replaces any leading Re: by AW: in a reply to a reply, how can I configure SeaMonkey to replace that AW: by a Re:? I'am using this Pref: -

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Thomas Peters
Hartmut Figge wrote, on 2009-10-06 15:41: - user.js - user_pref(mailnews.localizedRe, AW,Aw); --- Works, great! Thanks! But you have to rebuild the .msf files afterwards to make it work (folder properties - General Information - Rebuild Summary file). Cheers Tom.

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
Thomas Peters wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote, on 2009-10-06 12:22: There's a setting under about:config that looks interesting: mailnews.reply_header_locale Anyone know what it does? The default value is blank. That's the locale setting of the reply header (first line of this message).

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Thomas Peters
Paul B. Gallagher wrote, on 2009-10-06 16:02: OK, thanks. Couldn't tell, and it's not in the help file. I tried setting it to DE and didn't see any change -- wrote didn't change to schrieb, for example. No, it just affects the date and time format. You can change the text elements through the

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Mexx Headroooommm
»Thomas Peters« schrieb (wrote) am (on) 06.10.2009 15:57 Hartmut Figge wrote, on 2009-10-06 15:41: - user.js - user_pref(mailnews.localizedRe, AW,Aw); --- Works, great! Thanks! But you have to rebuild the .msf files afterwards to make it work (folder properties -

Re: viewing .jpg Images in email?

2009-10-06 Thread stango
Daniel wrote: Brooke Clarke wrote: Hi: I received an email with an attached jpg image. When I have the header information visible there's a box on the right showing the AM-7239C.jpg file. But when I try to open the image get the following error Window: ! C:\DOCUME~1/...AM-7239C.jpg

Personal Address Book

2009-10-06 Thread Bill Spikowski
I use a couple of personal address books to circulate documents to key colleagues. This feature is very convenient for me, but after sending these messages, all of the email addresses then appear in the to line, which upsets many recipients. Is there a way that the NAMES of the recipients

Installing problem

2009-10-06 Thread Dixie
The directions for installing SM1.1.18 are way over my head and way too complicated for me. I use SM 1.1.17 and I have always installed SM right over the existing one. Why can't I do the same with 1.1.18? If I cannot, I am doomed to use 1.1.17 forever...

Re: Installing problem

2009-10-06 Thread John Doue
Dixie wrote: The directions for installing SM1.1.18 are way over my head and way too complicated for me. I use SM 1.1.17 and I have always installed SM right over the existing one. Why can't I do the same with 1.1.18? If I cannot, I am doomed to use 1.1.17 forever... Who says you cannot

Re: Installing problem

2009-10-06 Thread John Doue
John Doue wrote: Dixie wrote: The directions for installing SM1.1.18 are way over my head and way too complicated for me. I use SM 1.1.17 and I have always installed SM right over the existing one. Why can't I do the same with 1.1.18? If I cannot, I am doomed to use 1.1.17 forever... Who

Re: 2.0b2: reading next message in separate window doesn't mark it as read

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 10/6/2009 5:44 PM Bob Fleischer wrote: Jens Hatlak wrote: On 10/5/2009 10:35 PM Bob Fleischer wrote: Does that mean there won't be another beta before release? Correct, only 1-2 Release Candidates. Code Freeze is tomorrow already after all. Sorry, I forget that your definition is

Sea Monkey Mail Passwords

2009-10-06 Thread Russell Cameraman
I have several e-mail accounts, 2 are web mail accounts and the other is from my ISP. I am able to download messages from my 2 web mail accounts and from my ISP with Sea Monkey. The annoying part is, whenever I open my Sea Monkey Mail Newsgroups I have to type in my password for each account. It

Re: viewing .jpg Images in email?

2009-10-06 Thread Brooke Clarke
Hi: When I edit preferences from SeaMonkey 1.1.18 email (or from Navigator) the main headings are: +Appearance +Navigator +Composer +Mail Newsgroups +Privicy Security +ChatZilla +Advanced +Roaming User After clicking on the + for each of these there is no Helper Apps to be found. In a

Re: viewing .jpg Images in email?

2009-10-06 Thread Hartmut Figge
Brooke Clarke: When I edit preferences from SeaMonkey 1.1.18 email (or from Navigator) the main headings are: +Appearance +Navigator +Composer +Mail Newsgroups +Privicy Security +ChatZilla +Advanced +Roaming User After clicking on the + for each of these there is no Helper Apps to be found.

Re: Seamonkey works great and then vanishes from the hard drive on next start up.

2009-10-06 Thread Phillip Jones
dave wrote: I spent all afternoon loading up all the features of SeaMonkey to replace my old Netscape e-mail on my Intel iMac. And, it took over flawlessly which was a relief to me since Netscape was playing tricks on me by shuting down during forwarding of MIT articles to a friend. It had never

Re: 2.0b2: reading next message in separate window doesn't mark it as read

2009-10-06 Thread chicagofan
Jens Hatlak wrote: The problems described in this thread (which were regressions introduced through a recently added feature, tabmail) are already fixed for the upcoming Release Candidates. Lots of other things have been fixed, too, both between the last beta and now and (even more) in

Re: 2.0b2: reading next message in separate window doesn't mark it as read

2009-10-06 Thread Robert Kaiser
Jens Hatlak wrote: The standard reply to questions when there will be a release has been when it's done. That worked as long as there was no light at the end of the tunnel but at some point the decision was made to put an end to the delay. The reasons for releasing this month go beyond bug

Re: support-seamonkey Digest, Vol 46, Issue 19

2009-10-06 Thread Brooke Clarke
Hi Hartmut Figge: THANK YOU, THANK YOU. That solved it. Have Fun, Brooke Clarke http://www.prc68.com ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey

Seamonkey 2.0b2 build help

2009-10-06 Thread Jeff Wieland
I'm working on compiling Seamonkey 2.0b2 on SPARC Solaris 10. I've created my own build of GTK+ 2.16.6 and assorted other pieces to use, since Solaris 10 still ships with a fairly old version of GTK+. I've been building Seamonkey (and Mozilla before it) on Solaris 10 8 for years now, but it

Won't compact mail folders

2009-10-06 Thread Dixie
Seamonkey 1.1.17...when I click 'compact folders' it doesn't compact anything. It used to work but has not for about two weeks. Will installing 1.1.18 fix the problem or will it just carry over? -- Vir prudens non contra ventum mingit. ___

Re: 2.0b2: reading next message in separate window doesn't mark it as read

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 10/6/2009 7:51 PM chicagofan wrote: [Bugzilla] It has occurred to me, after reading responses there on several bugs, that the project members might not want users who can't help technically to clutter up that forum. Is that the case? I could understand that... just trying to determine if

Re: Seamonkey 2.0b2 build help

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 10/6/2009 10:12 PM Jeff Wieland wrote: I've been building Seamonkey (and Mozilla before it) on Solaris 10 8 for years now, but it looks like the build procedure has changed??? If so, is there any resource to help me get started with this? I've been poking around on the

Mail folders fail to compact

2009-10-06 Thread Dixie
Seamonkey 1.1.17...when I click 'compact folders' it doesn't compact anything. It used to work but has not for about two weeks. Will installing 1.1.18 fix the problem or will it just carry over? Thanks for any help... -- Vir prudens non contra ventum mingit.

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
Mexx Headrmmm wrote: »Thomas Peters« schrieb (wrote) am (on) 06.10.2009 15:57 Hartmut Figge wrote, on 2009-10-06 15:41: - user.js - user_pref(mailnews.localizedRe, AW,Aw); --- Works, great! Thanks! But you have to rebuild the .msf files afterwards to make it work

Re: 2.0b2: Replacing AW: by Re: in replies

2009-10-06 Thread Hartmut Figge
Paul B. Gallagher: Mexx Headrmmm wrote: - user.js - user_pref(mailnews.localizedRe, AW,Aw,Antwort); -- Any limit on the number of arguments? I get a lot of foreign mail with all kinds of stuff for Re... You could look at the bug and the patch.

Facebook problem when using SeaMonkey v1.1.17

2009-10-06 Thread John
I'm new to Facebook, so I haven't figured out all its features yet. I'm having a big problem trying to post on my own wall. I click in the window, but then when I type there the text doesn't show up and it seems that if I type a letter that is present nearby on the page that letter becomes

Re: Migrating from SM to Firefox/Thunderbird

2009-10-06 Thread KristleBawl
Ray K wrote: If I start from simply yahoo.com, scroll down, click a link and then return, the scroll bar does return to it previous position. So it appears to be be something odd about my.yahoo.com, but IE manages to remember the previous scroll position. Check your my.yahoo.com page refresh

Re: Seamonkey 2.0b2 build help

2009-10-06 Thread Jeff Wieland
Jens Hatlak wrote: On 10/6/2009 10:12 PM Jeff Wieland wrote: I've been building Seamonkey (and Mozilla before it) on Solaris 10 8 for years now, but it looks like the build procedure has changed??? If so, is there any resource to help me get started with this? I've been poking around on

Re: Facebook problem when using SeaMonkey v1.1.17

2009-10-06 Thread Jeff Wieland
John wrote: I'm new to Facebook, so I haven't figured out all its features yet. I'm having a big problem trying to post on my own wall. I click in the window, but then when I type there the text doesn't show up and it seems that if I type a letter that is present nearby on the page that letter