Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Daniel
Russell wrote: I really like the Seamonkey browser and have used it for years. In previous SM releases I could do a custom install and not install the email feature as I prefer to use another email client. With Seamonkey v2 RC's custom install there's no option to omit the email component and

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Martin Freitag
Daniel schrieb: Russell wrote: I really like the Seamonkey browser and have used it for years. In previous SM releases I could do a custom install and not install the email feature as I prefer to use another email client. With Seamonkey v2 RC's custom install there's no option to omit the

Re: SM2.0 RC1 Automatic Updates?

2009-10-14 Thread Juergen Herz
On 2009-10-13 21:50, Gerry Hickman wrote: From your answers, I'm guessing fully automatic update is impossible with SM, so maybe I'd pressed a key which dismissed a confirmation dialog. I didn't test any of this, but have a look into about:config in app.update. There are two interesting

Re: SeaMonkey 2.0 Release Candidate 1

2009-10-14 Thread Bob Fleischer
NoOp wrote: On 10/13/2009 01:08 PM, Robert Kaiser wrote: Bob Fleischer wrote: Well, I found that the visible difference between my production profile and the virgin test profile is that I had allow cookies for the originating website only on the production system (the one that failed). I

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Russell
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 08:56:19 +0200, Martin Freitag prof_nosp...@quantentunnel.de wrote: He dismissed the mail-part n the Seamonkey setup, it's that easy. The problem is that Seamonkey 2.0 does not allow that and by default handles mailto-links internally. Exactly. Previous versions allowed you

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Robert Kaiser
Russell wrote: Perhaps someone will jump in with an easy fix. I do hope the final release offers the same install flexibility as did the previous versions. SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. Robert Kaiser ___

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread J. Weaver Jr.
Robert Kaiser wrote: Russell wrote: Perhaps someone will jump in with an easy fix. I do hope the final release offers the same install flexibility as did the previous versions. SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. Robert Kaiser Then you will lose at least

SeaMonkey 1.1.17 instability

2009-10-14 Thread Bret Busby
Hello. I am running Ubuntu 8.04, which is the latest LTS version of Ubuntu. The latest version of SeaMonkey, that is available for this version of Ubuntu, from the Ubuntu repository, is SeaMonkey 1.1.17 My experience of this version of SeaMonkey, is that it consistently crashes. If I leave

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Keith Whaley
Robert Kaiser wrote: Russell wrote: Perhaps someone will jump in with an easy fix. I do hope the final release offers the same install flexibility as did the previous versions. SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. Robert Kaiser FWIW, I don't think it

Re: SeaMonkey 1.1.17 instability

2009-10-14 Thread Paul Hartman
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 10:58 AM, Bret Busby b...@busby.net wrote: Hello. I am running Ubuntu 8.04, which is the latest LTS version of Ubuntu. The latest version of SeaMonkey, that is available for this version of Ubuntu, from the Ubuntu repository, is SeaMonkey 1.1.17 My experience of

Re: SeaMonkey 1.1.17 instability

2009-10-14 Thread Bret Busby
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009, Paul Hartman wrote: On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 10:58 AM, Bret Busby b...@busby.net wrote: Hello. I am running Ubuntu 8.04, which is the latest LTS version of Ubuntu. The latest version of SeaMonkey, that is available for this version of Ubuntu, from the Ubuntu repository,

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread David Wilkinson
J. Weaver Jr. wrote: Then you will lose at least one customer - my wife, for whom I've been doing the Browser only install. She's come to love Seamonkey, but she's been using Outlook as a mail client for umphteen years now, and won't (and shouldn't have to) change. Actually, make that _two_

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread J. Weaver Jr.
Keith Whaley wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: Russell wrote: Perhaps someone will jump in with an easy fix. I do hope the final release offers the same install flexibility as did the previous versions. SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. Robert Kaiser

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread KristleBawl
J. Weaver Jr. wrote: Then you will lose at least one customer - my wife, for whom I've been doing the Browser only install. She's come to love Seamonkey, but she's been using Outlook as a mail client for umphteen years now, and won't (and shouldn't have to) change. Actually, make that _two_

Re: SeaMonkey 1.1.17 instability

2009-10-14 Thread NoOp
On 10/14/2009 08:58 AM, Bret Busby wrote: Hello. I am running Ubuntu 8.04, which is the latest LTS version of Ubuntu. The latest version of SeaMonkey, that is available for this version of Ubuntu, from the Ubuntu repository, is SeaMonkey 1.1.17 ... I removed gxine from the system, and

Convert emails to plain text

2009-10-14 Thread Bill Spikowski
Is there a way to convert a large batch of emails (thousands) to a plain text file or something similar? I'm looking for a way to allow someone to review these emails without needing to install and use Seamonkey. If this method would retain attachments in their original formats, that would

Re: Convert emails to plain text

2009-10-14 Thread Rickles
Bill Spikowski wrote: Is there a way to convert a large batch of emails (thousands) to a plain text file or something similar? I'm looking for a way to allow someone to review these emails without needing to install and use Seamonkey. If this method would retain attachments in their original

Re: SM2.0 RC1 Automatic Updates?

2009-10-14 Thread Gerry Hickman
Juergen Herz wrote: I didn't test any of this, but have a look into about:config in app.update. There are two interesting prefs: app.update.mode and app.update.silent. See https://wiki.mozilla.org/Software_Update:Checking_For_Updates#Preference_Controls_and_State Interesting. I did not know

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Russell
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 17:12:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. That's ok if there's an easy to find preference setting that allows me to not use it. Netscape also offered an email component that could be ignored if

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Robert Kaiser
J. Weaver Jr. wrote: Then you will lose at least one customer - my wife, for whom I've been doing the Browser only install. She's come to love Seamonkey, but she's been using Outlook as a mail client for umphteen years now, and won't (and shouldn't have to) change. It doesn't mean you need to

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Russell
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 21:17:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: It doesn't mean you need to _use_ the mail component if it's _installed_. Still looking for an easy way to get mailto links in webpages to open with my usual email programme... so far no luck. Russell

facebook focus problem

2009-10-14 Thread Dale DePriest
I am running seamonkey 1.1.18 and using facebook. Recently the box at the top of the home screen has started refusing to take focus. The field says: What's on your mind. I click in the box and it widens to accept input but I cannot type into the box. Any letters I type end up selecting other

moving email structure.

2009-10-14 Thread Dale DePriest
I am running out of space on my C: drive and I need to move the Seamonkey email structure. I moved all kinds of other stuff by changing the application default in the registry (lots of stuff and copied the entire structure to another drive) but Seamonkey still wants the C drive. I use

Re: Convert emails to plain text

2009-10-14 Thread Stanimir Stamenkov
Wed, 14 Oct 2009 14:33:12 -0400, /Bill Spikowski/: Is there a way to convert a large batch of emails (thousands) to a plain text file or something similar? I'm looking for a way to allow someone to review these emails without needing to install and use Seamonkey. If this method would retain

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Robert Kaiser
Russell wrote: I want to continue using another newsreader and am very happy with my email software (Pegasus) and do not like Firefox compared to Seamonkey. We should make it easy to use other news readers from all I know, as for the mail things, I need to defer to people knowing more about

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread NoOp
On 10/13/2009 11:56 PM, Martin Freitag wrote: Daniel schrieb: Russell wrote: I really like the Seamonkey browser and have used it for years. In previous SM releases I could do a custom install and not install the email feature as I prefer to use another email client. With Seamonkey v2 RC's

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Ray_Net
Robert Kaiser wrote: Russell wrote: Perhaps someone will jump in with an easy fix. I do hope the final release offers the same install flexibility as did the previous versions. SeaMonkey 2.x will not allow installing without the mailnews component. This is removing stupidly a perfect

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread KristleBawl
Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 21:17:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: It doesn't mean you need to _use_ the mail component if it's _installed_. Still looking for an easy way to get mailto links in webpages to open with my usual email programme... so far no luck. Russell

Re: Convert emails to plain text

2009-10-14 Thread Bill Spikowski
Rickles wrote: Bill Spikowski wrote: Is there a way to convert a large batch of emails (thousands) to a plain text file or something similar? I'm looking for a way to allow someone to review these emails without needing to install and use Seamonkey. If this method would retain attachments in

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread NoOp
On 10/14/2009 03:47 PM, KristleBawl wrote: Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 21:17:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: It doesn't mean you need to _use_ the mail component if it's _installed_. Still looking for an easy way to get mailto links in webpages to open with my usual

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Russell
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 18:47:06 -0400, KristleBawl kristleb...@some.email wrote: Open about:config (type it in your address bar and press Enter) Proceed past the warning. Right-click somewhere in the list, and choose New Boolean. Enter network.protocol-handler.expose.mailto as the name and set

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread KristleBawl
Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 18:47:06 -0400, KristleBawl kristleb...@some.email wrote: Open about:config (type it in your address bar and press Enter) Proceed past the warning. Right-click somewhere in the list, and choose New Boolean. Enter network.protocol-handler.expose.mailto as

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread KristleBawl
NoOp wrote: On 10/14/2009 03:47 PM, KristleBawl wrote: Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 21:17:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: It doesn't mean you need to _use_ the mail component if it's _installed_. Still looking for an easy way to get mailto links in webpages to open with

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread NoOp
On 10/14/2009 05:23 PM, KristleBawl wrote: NoOp wrote: On 10/14/2009 03:47 PM, KristleBawl wrote: Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 21:17:13 +0200, Robert Kaiser ka...@kairo.at wrote: It doesn't mean you need to _use_ the mail component if it's _installed_. Still looking for an easy way to

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Cruz, Jaime
NoOp wrote: On 10/13/2009 11:56 PM, Martin Freitag wrote: Daniel schrieb: Russell wrote: I really like the Seamonkey browser and have used it for years. In previous SM releases I could do a custom install and not install the email feature as I prefer to use another email client. With

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread NoOp
On 10/14/2009 06:50 PM, Cruz, Jaime wrote: NoOp wrote: ... Out of curiosity I then installed 1.1.17 (complete) and the same problem occurs there as well, so it's not just 2.0(x) that does not allow using an alternate email application. Note: I'd never encountered this before as I've always

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread Russell
On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 18:47:06 -0400, KristleBawl kristleb...@some.email wrote: Open about:config (type it in your address bar and press Enter) Proceed past the warning. Right-click somewhere in the list, and choose New Boolean. Enter network.protocol-handler.expose.mailto as the name and set

Re: Seamonkey v2 RC - How to disable email feature?

2009-10-14 Thread KristleBawl
Russell wrote: On Wed, 14 Oct 2009 18:47:06 -0400, KristleBawl kristleb...@some.email wrote: Open about:config (type it in your address bar and press Enter) Proceed past the warning. Right-click somewhere in the list, and choose New Boolean. Enter network.protocol-handler.expose.mailto as