Re: TB 4.1.3: Just a Test, please ignore

2008-12-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Frank, On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 12:03:03 +0100 GMT (21/12/2008, 18:03 +0700 GMT), Frank Weidmann wrote: Isn't that a feature of googlemail? FW Could be, any Idea how to get rid of this?? Yes, don't use Gmail/Googlemail. I'm serious. They try to make up new rules, and these just don't make

Re: TB 4.1.3: Just a Test, please ignore

2008-12-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Frank, On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 16:12:07 +0100 GMT (21/12/2008, 22:12 +0700 GMT), Frank Weidmann wrote: Easiest thing would be to filter your own outgoing messages to the folder you're using for this list, that way your own messages appear in the proper threads. FW Thank you, I'll give this

Re: TB 4.1.3: Just a Test, please ignore

2008-12-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Bob, On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 11:20:09 -0700 GMT (22/12/2008, 01:20 +0700 GMT), Bob Riley wrote: BR I always think of alternatives to Gmail (although I have been with BR them since early beta days). Do you have a suggestion for an BR alternative? I'm very happy with GMX. Drawback (for some)

Re: 4.1.1.10

2008-12-20 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Sat, 20 Dec 2008 13:47:42 +0100 GMT (20/12/2008, 19:47 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: Note to moderator: I'm trying to use (test) HTML reply templates and QTs. Hello Thomas, 1. I tried to reply in HTML, but the format is not kept. Not a beta issue, but maybe still true with the

Re: 4.1.1.8 RC1 (maybe old) BUG

2008-12-20 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Gene, On Sat, 20 Dec 2008 13:38:06 -0500 GMT (21/12/2008, 01:38 +0700 GMT), Gene Kearns wrote: Sender contains [address] AND Text Contains all (of) [word 1 word 2] {then action} Word 1 and word 2 need to be seperated by a CR/LF, not by a blank. GK Ah HA!

Re: Group Mailing wrong Templates

2008-12-20 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jens, On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 01:34:52 +0100 GMT (21/12/2008, 07:34 +0700 GMT), Jens Franik wrote: i have Template for the Bat with %TO set for new Message. If i leave the cursor on Common Folder The Bat with special Template defined and open Adressbook, go on Group and select new Message.

Re: 4.1.1.10

2008-12-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Sat, 20 Dec 2008 01:25:54 +0100 GMT (20/12/2008, 07:25 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: The Bat! 4.1.1.10 RC1 (BETA) is available at http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb41110.rar M Click on the story you want: M SHORT M LONG 1. I tried to reply in HTML, but the

Re: 4.1.1.8 RC1 (maybe old) BUG

2008-12-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Gene, On Fri, 19 Dec 2008 18:44:19 -0500 GMT (20/12/2008, 06:44 +0700 GMT), Gene Kearns wrote: Did you try Contains any of and/or Contains all (of) GK Crap my last example *should* have said: GK Sender contains [address] GK AND Text Contains all (of) [word 1 word 2] GK {then action}

Re: Wrong html display

2008-12-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jens, On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:39:31 +0100 GMT (18/12/2008, 21:39 +0700 GMT), Jens Franik wrote: JF I have a lot of such HTML Mails, but if you compare the sitation now and JF the previous, it is clear that in the past only some HTML Mails where JF readable, where as i would say now: Most of

Re: Options Icons

2008-12-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Richard, On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 09:17:31 -0500 GMT (18/12/2008, 21:17 +0700 GMT), Richard Newman wrote: RN I've been using basically the same theme configuration since WIN3 RN . . . and my machines look as close to WIN3 as possible. I don't believe that - send pics! (Screenshots) --

Re: Options Icons

2008-12-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:46:45 +0100 GMT (18/12/2008, 21:46 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: I've been using basically the same theme configuration since WIN3 . . . and my machines look as close to WIN3 as possible. M I know what you mean because I do something similar with my cars. I M

Re: Options Icons

2008-12-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Richard, On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 11:05:12 -0500 GMT (18/12/2008, 23:05 +0700 GMT), Richard Newman wrote: TF I don't believe that - send pics! (Screenshots) RN Here they are: RN www.business-presentation.com/images/screenshot001.png RN www.business-presentation.com/images/screenshot002.png RN

Re: Wrong html display

2008-12-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jens, On Fri, 19 Dec 2008 00:16:32 +0100 GMT (19/12/2008, 06:16 +0700 GMT), Jens Franik wrote: You cannot convince a new user to accept that most of the HTML mails are rendered correctly. JF I can, because i know, the HTML Interface is pretty new. HTML mail has been around for many

Re: Need help to find an alternative for TB

2008-12-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Hans, On Wed, 17 Dec 2008 18:03:35 +0100 GMT (18/12/2008, 00:03 +0700 GMT), Hans Stam wrote: Well, I'm using Forté Agent already for many years, from version 1, HS but only as my default newsclient and, if nessesary, for private emailreply HS to a news-contributor. At the moment I use

Re: Need help to find an alternative for TB

2008-12-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Sun, 30 Oct 2005 23:07:53 +0100 GMT (31/10/2005, 05:07 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: M One last thing, in case you happen to know. Moons ago there was a M discussion in this list about 'irony' and 'sarcasm' but it isn't still M clear to me what the difference is. Do you know? I ask

Re: 4.1.1.5 TOP vs RETR

2008-12-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 15:47:19 +0200 GMT (16/12/2008, 20:47 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: Just asking: What is this good for? MM There are some servers (not quite usual) that remove a message MM that have been retrieved by RETR, so if you will get it from one MM computer , you

Re: 4.1.1.5 TOP vs RETR

2008-12-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 16:51:35 +0200 GMT (16/12/2008, 21:51 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: If I did, I would have to add the required n parameter too, wouldn't I? MM No, The Bat! does this automatically to retreive a full message. I see. The total concept looks like a very good

Re: 4.1.1.5 TOP vs RETR

2008-12-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 12:57:59 +0200 GMT (16/12/2008, 17:57 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: MM [+] /POP3FORCETOP command line option to use TOP command instead of RETR on POP3 Just asking: What is this good for? From RFC1725 we learn: RETR msg Arguments: a

Re: 4.0.39.29 - No message loaded

2008-11-26 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Bob, On Wed, 26 Nov 2008 15:03:49 -0700 GMT (27/11/2008, 05:03 +0700 GMT), Bob Riley wrote: BR I think I am missing something here. When you say message list BR on or message list off, I don't know to what you are referring. BR I use the common three pane view - folder list full height

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Kertész, On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 20:16:04 +0100 GMT (24/11/2008, 02:16 +0700 GMT), Kertész Vilmos wrote: KV If I would read this conversation to my 5 year olds, they would KV understand that IT IS NOT ABOUT GMAIL... Should I spell it? Since you are yelling and insulting, the thread is

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello David, On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 22:54:58 + GMT (24/11/2008, 05:54 +0700 GMT), David Elliott wrote: Also, all users are taught how to use the webmail interface for their account(s). DE Some account don't have such a thing. www.mail2web.com -- Cheers, Thomas. Do not be redundant; do

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello David, On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 09:20:12 + GMT (22/11/2008, 16:20 +0700 GMT), David Elliott wrote: I don't want any red windows. I'm not user v1.0, the log is enough. DE Sorry you are wrong here. Interesting. I checked again and I still don't want any red windows. DE The log is not

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Kertész, On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 18:13:07 +0100 GMT (23/11/2008, 00:13 +0700 GMT), Kertész Vilmos wrote: I don't want any red windows. I'm not user v1.0, the log is enough. DE Sorry you are wrong here. Interesting. I checked again and I still don't want any red windows. KV Unfortunately, it

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello David, On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 11:06:25 + GMT (22/11/2008, 18:06 +0700 GMT), David Elliott wrote: DE The log is not enough. DE To see stuff in it you need to go an look. Yes, but I don't need to see this regularly. If I have a suspicion something is wrong, I will take a look at the

Re: messages go missing

2008-11-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Kertész, On Thu, 20 Nov 2008 12:44:30 +0100 GMT (20/11/2008, 18:44 +0700 GMT), Kertész Vilmos wrote: V But we all agree that if The Bat! cannot save the 1st mail, it should V NOT download the other messages No. A single message cannot be stored because some program (like antivirus)

Re: All incoming filters from primary account lost, but restored

2008-11-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Peter, On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 08:29:06 +0100 GMT (15/11/2008, 14:29 +0700 GMT), Peter Meyns wrote: TF Can please remind me in which file name the filters are stored? PM account.srb or account.erb in OTFE mode. Thanks. -- Cheers, Thomas. There is a CD out entitled The Worst of Jefferson

Re: All incoming filters from primary account lost, but restored

2008-11-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Fri, 14 Nov 2008 18:18:30 +0100 GMT (15/11/2008, 00:18 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: I have found some messages in Inbox, so tried to detect why they were not refiltered and when opened sorting Office, all incoming folder dissappeared, others are there untouched. As I remember, it

Re: blocked url's addresses???

2008-10-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Mark, On Tue, 21 Oct 2008 16:16:57 +0200 GMT (21/10/2008, 21:16 +0700 GMT), Mark Partous wrote: MP Today I ran into something strange. I received a message from someone MP I know who already sent me messages earlier. MP There were some url's redirecting to the login-screen of their site

Re:

2008-10-07 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Ivan, On Tue, 7 Oct 2008 11:12:29 +0600 GMT (07/10/2008, 12:12 +0700 GMT), Ivan Bolhovitinov wrote: That's because it's written in invisible ink... IB Yes. I guess Max is using better ink than mine. Don't laugh... I have a supplier in the Philippines who actually does send HTML

Re:

2008-10-07 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Mon, 6 Oct 2008 23:34:01 +0300 GMT (07/10/2008, 03:34 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: I wonder if it is the list that has been infected rather than the computer of individual on the list. MM I've just created several messages in the Outbox and sent them MM out by mistakes,

Re:

2008-10-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Tim, On Mon, 6 Oct 2008 13:44:16 + GMT (06/10/2008, 20:44 +0700 GMT), Tim Casten wrote: TC Stop this please Highly interesting. Obviously, Max didn't do this on purpose. What might have triggered this? TC --Original Message-- TC From: Maxim Masiutin TC Sender: [EMAIL

Voyager plain-text option (was: Request, decoding utility)

2008-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Henk, On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 08:11:28 +0200 GMT (04/10/2008, 13:11 +0700 GMT), Henk M. de Bruijn wrote: That's why I still advocate teh option to install Voyager in plaintext. But sorry, that's another issue. Your idea for people who use OTFE is not bad. HMdB Plain text in general or as an

Re: Request, decoding utility

2008-10-03 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Vili, On Fri, 3 Oct 2008 14:37:59 -0400 GMT (04/10/2008, 01:37 +0700 GMT), Vili wrote: V Yes, but that is a quite long and complicated process. I especially V serious about a case, when Voyager has problems (we saw that) and V mails are lost. If TB has problems, we still have TBB

Re: Automatic filtering fails

2008-10-01 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jon, On Wed, 1 Oct 2008 11:13:35 -0400 GMT (01/10/2008, 22:13 +0700 GMT), Jon Polish wrote: JP ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: JP I have several accounts that move all of the incoming messages to my JP primary account. The filters are for each account and are working JP automatically and

Re: time on sent mail

2008-09-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Volker and Urbiz, On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 14:21:38 +0200 GMT (18/09/2008, 19:21 +0700 GMT), Volker Ahrendt wrote: However, I don't know why a sent mail has a Received time. It should have a Sent time instead, showing when it was actually sent. I am aware this is an item for the wish list,

Re: time on sent mail

2008-09-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maggie, On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 07:35:30 -0400 GMT (18/09/2008, 18:35 +0700 GMT), Maggie Meister wrote: TF However, I don't know why a sent mail has a Received time. It should TF have a Sent time instead, showing when it was actually sent. TF I am aware this is an item for the wish list, not

Re: time on sent mail

2008-09-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Rick, On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 12:36:04 -0400 GMT (18/09/2008, 23:36 +0700 GMT), Rick wrote: TB! received the message when you created it. The times are always identical. R I understand the created time is updated every time you edit a draft R (for instance) Correct. R I have to ask ...

Re: time on sent mail

2008-09-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maggie, On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 13:45:08 -0400 GMT (19/09/2008, 00:45 +0700 GMT), Maggie Meister wrote: MM A received time can be handy info to have. TF TB! received the message when you created it. The times are always TF identical. MM We're not talking about when the other person's email

Re: time on sent mail

2008-09-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Carsten, On Wed, 17 Sep 2008 13:12:22 +0200 GMT (17/09/2008, 18:12 +0700 GMT), Carsten Guthardt-Schulz wrote: CGS Wenn I have a look at my sent mail folder (no matter which CGS account) the Received date is always one hour ahead of the CGS Created date. The created date is the right one,

Re: Voyager without Startup-password

2008-09-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Martin, On Sun, 14 Sep 2008 11:32:58 +0200 GMT (14/09/2008, 16:32 +0700 GMT), Martin P. Posch wrote: MPP I bought TheBat Voyager and installed it in my USB-Stick. Since this MPP stick is TrueCrypt-Encrypted I dont have the need for further encryption MPP or Startup-Passwords. So for the

Re: Tips at startup

2008-09-11 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Vili, On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 10:24:17 -0400 GMT (11/09/2008, 21:24 +0700 GMT), Vili wrote: I dont see a way to switch them back, once they turned off... V Forget it, sorry, found it. Care to tell us where you found it? -- Cheers, Thomas. Sex is hereditary. If your parents never had it,

Re: Tips at startup

2008-09-11 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Roelof, On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 18:47:37 +0200 GMT (11/09/2008, 23:47 +0700 GMT), Roelof Otten wrote: I dont see a way to switch them back, once they turned off... V Forget it, sorry, found it. TF Care to tell us where you found it? RO Help - Tip of the day Got it. -- Cheers, Thomas.

Re: Check mail at startup?

2008-09-10 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Steven, On Wed, 10 Sep 2008 08:29:04 -0400 GMT (10/09/2008, 19:29 +0700 GMT), Steven P Vallière wrote: SPV It looks to me like The Bat! is no longer respecting my SPV setting for Check mailbox at start-up (which I have SPV UNCHECKED). TB always gets an error if it checks at SPV start up,

Re: Unread tab (was:: 4.0.28.4)

2008-08-28 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello List, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 21:37:44 +0700 GMT (19/08/2008, 21:37 +0700 GMT), Thomas Fernandez wrote: However, crtl-] doesn't catch the first new message in the next folder when all messages are read in the previous folder, it opens the second or the third new message. Confirmations

Re: Unread tab shows some read folders

2008-08-20 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Wed, 20 Aug 2008 13:14:13 +0200 GMT (20/08/2008, 18:14 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: but I can live with that... M I can also live with that because I hardly use the Unread tab. But there M are others who seem to use it regularly. I use it regularly and I can live with that. This

Unread tab (was:: 4.0.28.4)

2008-08-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stefan, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 15:31:32 +0300 GMT (19/08/2008, 19:31 +0700 GMT), Stefan Tanurkov wrote: ST The Bat! 4.0.28.4 is available at ST http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb40284.rar ST [*] (Beta) more cosmetic fixes on Unread Folders Tab and ST positioning selection

Trash icon (was: 4.0.28.3)

2008-08-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 10:50:57 +0200 GMT (19/08/2008, 15:50 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: [*] glyphs for trash in folder tree replaced Ugly! Why not use the one used for 'Delete' in message menus? delete one message and You will see garbage in trash :-) M Yes, I've seen it. But that's

Re: Trash icon (was: 4.0.28.3)

2008-08-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 15:50:50 +0200 GMT (19/08/2008, 20:50 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: I cannot believe we are discussing trash folder glyphs! M Why not? It's a far more important issue than folders jumping around in M the Unread tab. ;-) Thought so. Agreed, let's work on the important

Re: Unread tab (was:: 4.0.28.4)

2008-08-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 09:16:38 -0500 GMT (19/08/2008, 21:16 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: However, crtl-] doesn't catch the first new message in the next folder when all messages are read in the previous folder, it opens the second or the third new message. Confirmations?

Re: Unread tab shows some read folders

2008-08-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Rick, On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 17:33:32 -0400 GMT (20/08/2008, 04:33 +0700 GMT), Rick wrote: Confirmations anyone? Confirmed. Yes. After reading your message I selected the Unread tab (which I don't normally use) and there they were! Two folders (one a VF) with no unread messages were

Unread tab (was: 4.0.28.3)

2008-08-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Robert, On Mon, 18 Aug 2008 20:22:09 +0200 GMT (19/08/2008, 01:22 +0700 GMT), Robert van der Hulst wrote: [...] RvdH - if you navigate to another folder (for example using smartspace or RvdH Ctrl-Right arrow) and mark all the messages in that folder as read RvdH then the second folder

X-Mailer header (was: 4.0.28.2)

2008-08-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Kertész, On Sun, 17 Aug 2008 15:15:22 +0200 GMT (17/08/2008, 20:15 +0700 GMT), Kertész Vilmos wrote: Because a lot of innocent users are suffering from the providers, mainly in the U.S.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bat!#Forged_headers KV Ritlabs should sue the mass

Unread tab (was: 4.0.28.2)

2008-08-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Morton, On Sun, 17 Aug 2008 10:44:40 -0500 GMT (17/08/2008, 22:44 +0700 GMT), Morton A. Goldberg, DVM wrote: TF Up and running. However, due to the Unread tab not having been fixed, TF I cannot use it in the office. MAGD Please add a note about this to the bug tracker at MAGD

Emailaholics International (was: Unread tab (was: 4.0.28.2))

2008-08-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Bob, On Sun, 17 Aug 2008 10:35:38 -0600 GMT (17/08/2008, 23:35 +0700 GMT), Bob Riley wrote: BR Your email identification label called to mind this news item: BR http://www.businessinberkshire.co.uk/businessinberkshire/extra109.html BR I believe you were a founding member of that 12-step

Re: (OT) Emailaholics International

2008-08-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Peter, On Sun, 17 Aug 2008 22:17:15 +0200 GMT (18/08/2008, 03:17 +0700 GMT), Peter Meyns wrote: TF Leif Gregory is the author of the steps. I cannot find them on my TF computer now, so if Leif or another member could post them here again, TF that would be great. PM I can. :) Thanks for

Re: 4.0.28.2

2008-08-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Sat, 16 Aug 2008 11:12:41 +0300 GMT (16/08/2008, 15:12 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: MM The Bat! 4.0.28.2 is available at MM http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb40282.rar MM What's new in 4.0.28.2 since 4.0.28.1: MM [*] glyphs for trash, copy, cut icons

Unread tab (was: 4.0.28.1)

2008-08-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Robert, On Fri, 15 Aug 2008 13:19:13 +0200 GMT (15/08/2008, 18:19 +0700 GMT), Robert van der Hulst wrote: Cannot confirm this. Click on the header of the folderlist to undo the sorting (until the arrows disappear). Please go re-read the Bug Report at

Re: HTML strange rendering

2008-08-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Damien, On Fri, 15 Aug 2008 07:51:21 +0200 GMT (15/08/2008, 12:51 +0700 GMT), Damien wrote: D I have a problem with the french zdnet newsletter (attached to this D mail). D In the section Sur les blogs de ZDNet.fr, at the end of the letter, D the font width explode. Confirmed with the

Re: 4.0.28.1 Main Menu

2008-08-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello mse, On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 15:06:11 +0200 GMT (14/08/2008, 20:06 +0700 GMT), mse wrote: ST [*] (beta) main window's menu rearranged ST We want to make a Release Candidate, so if you see any showstoppers, ST please report them now. m 2: Some of the menu elements that had been moved to

Message received three times (was: 4.0.26.6)

2008-08-12 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Paul, On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 13:35:30 +0100 GMT (12/08/2008, 19:35 +0700 GMT), Paul Meathrel wrote: I only got it once PM Ditto - only once here. Three times here. So I don't think it's a TB! problem, it seems to be up to the receiving mail server. -- Cheers, Thomas. There is a CD out

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stuart, On Wed, 6 Aug 2008 06:57:13 -0500 GMT (06/08/2008, 18:57 +0700 GMT), Stuart Cuddy wrote: Hello Hendrik, Wednesday, August 6, 2008, 2:18:16 AM, you wrote: Strange. I will put some inline jpg taken at my last holiday to try it out with the same message for everyone: I can

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Hendrik, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 14:00:04 +1100 GMT (05/08/2008, 10:00 +0700 GMT), Hendrik Oesterlin wrote: The invoice does look the same except their company logo is gone from the invoice. Checking, I found that the .jpg file from the incoming email was not in the reply. I would think

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Roelof, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 12:25:23 +0200 GMT (05/08/2008, 17:25 +0700 GMT), Roelof Otten wrote: TF I received an invoice for a hotel booking by HTML email. When replying TF to that email, I wanted to let the invoice look the same, not this TF plaintext mess-up, so I chose HTML/text. The

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Hendrik, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 21:35:12 +0700 GMT (05/08/2008, 21:35 +0700 GMT), Thomas Fernandez wrote: HO Have you de-selected Options-Preferences-Viewer/Editor-Reply to HO HTML in PlainText? TF No. Plaintext is still my standard, and I open the reply editor and TF then choose HTML/plain

Re: Folder Maintenance

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Bill, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 09:01:34 -0500 GMT (05/08/2008, 21:01 +0700 GMT), Bill McCarthy wrote: Am I going crazy? has the Folder Maintenance menu item disappeared from TB? Anyone else? BM It's moved to Tools-Message Base. Even though it may be confusing for long-time users, it makes

Re: 4.0.26.5: Menu icons

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Fri, 1 Aug 2008 23:50:30 +0300 GMT (02/08/2008, 03:50 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: MM The Bat! 4.0.26.5 is available at MM http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb40265.rar Up and running. Somehow the menu icons got bigger and don't fit into the top toolbar

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Roelof, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 17:11:14 +0200 GMT (05/08/2008, 22:11 +0700 GMT), Roelof Otten wrote: TF Do you have Reply to HTML in Plaintext deselected RO Yes. TF and then choose the HTML/Plain editor option in the reply? RO No, TB defaults to HTML only when replying to the HTML tab and I

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Roelof, On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 17:15:11 +0200 GMT (05/08/2008, 22:15 +0700 GMT), Roelof Otten wrote: TF No improvement. As I said, I usually reply in plaintext, even to HTML TF messages. On some occasions, I need to preserve the HTML of the TF incoming message and choose HTML/Plain in the

Re: Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Hendrik, On Wed, 6 Aug 2008 08:17:21 +1100 GMT (06/08/2008, 04:17 +0700 GMT), Hendrik Oesterlin wrote: We disagree on this. If I choose to reply in HTML in all it's glory, it should be complete, regardless of the general setting. Tables do work, this looks like a half-hearted

Replying to HTML mail

2008-08-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello TBBETA, Me again with HTML mail problems. I received an invoice for a hotel booking by HTML email. When replying to that email, I wanted to let the invoice look the same, not this plaintext mess-up, so I chose HTML/text. The invoice does look the same except their company logo is gone from

Re: Problem passing URL with non-ASCII characters

2008-08-01 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jernej, On Fri, 1 Aug 2008 17:47:20 +0200 GMT (01/08/2008, 22:47 +0700 GMT), Jernej Simončič wrote: Do you mean high-ASCII characters? I thought this is what they are called. JS I received an e-mail with this URL: JS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikkō_Tōshō-gū, however when I click on JS

Re: Problem passing URL with non-ASCII characters

2008-08-01 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jernej, On Fri, 1 Aug 2008 22:15:01 +0200 GMT (02/08/2008, 03:15 +0700 GMT), Jernej Simončič wrote: That is the problem. MicroEd seems to be selective with high-ASCII characters. The links you mentioned stopped being underlined and blue after .../nikk. JS Except that I'm not using

Re: 4.0.26.3 - QTs for new accounts

2008-07-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stefan, On Thu, 17 Jul 2008 01:41:13 +0300 GMT (17/07/2008, 05:41 +0700 GMT), Stefan Tanurkov wrote: ST The Bat! 4.0.26.3 is available at ST http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb40263.rar ST What's new in 4.0.26.3 since 4.0.26.2: [...] ST [-] (#0007148) (Beta) Quick

Re: HTML View broken again

2008-07-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jens, On Thu, 17 Jul 2008 00:47:56 +0200 GMT (17/07/2008, 05:47 +0700 GMT), Jens Franik wrote: JF recently displayed Messages dont display actual now! Can you send or upload a sample? JF I will do this tomorrow, hope to have some time. JF Anlagen: JF1) 20080715-URLmanager.png (8769

Re: HTML View broken again

2008-07-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Jens, On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 09:40:27 +0200 GMT (15/07/2008, 14:40 +0700 GMT), Jens Franik wrote: JF recently displayed Messages dont display actual now! Can you send or upload a sample? JF I dont know which Version broke this, but it is surely visible in the JF Ritlabs intern Changelogs,

Re: 4.0.26.1 New layout

2008-07-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello George, On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 15:32:13 +0300 GMT (14/07/2008, 19:32 +0700 GMT), George M. Menegakis wrote: [*] Message View and Message Header PopUp menus reworked [-] Increased token (iKey, eToken) poll attempt count from 2 to 3 before closing The Bat! windows. GMM Up and Running. I

Re: 4.0.26.1 New layout

2008-07-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello George, On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 16:44:23 +0300 GMT (14/07/2008, 20:44 +0700 GMT), George M. Menegakis wrote: GMM Up and Running. I like the new layout though I have made something similar GMM using the customizer! Up and running in Bangkok. What new layout do you mean? GMM of the Message

Re: 4.0.26.1 New layout

2008-07-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 10:13:53 -0500 GMT (14/07/2008, 22:13 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: I don't see a difference. DAC thank you. i thought maybe i was blind g I could recommend some Screenreaders. They are a bit pricey, though. ;-) Seriously, I haven't kept up to date

Screenreader access (was: 4.0.26.1 New layout)

2008-07-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Feli, On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 20:53:20 +0200 GMT (15/07/2008, 01:53 +0700 GMT), Feli Wilcke wrote: TF Seriously, I haven't kept up to date whether TB! is still fully TF accessable to blind users. FW unfortunately it isn't. Most of them have to stick with 3.0.1.33 as this FW is the latest

Re: 4.0.26.0 UR

2008-07-11 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim, On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 15:10:06 +0300 GMT (10/07/2008, 19:10 +0700 GMT), Maxim Masiutin wrote: MM The Bat! 4.0.26.0 is available at: MM http://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/thebat_pro_4-0-26.msi This heavy file (over 15MB!!) is up and running in Bangkok, Thailand. Honestly,

Re: 4.0.26.0 Unread tab

2008-07-11 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stefan, On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 18:09:51 +0300 GMT (11/07/2008, 22:09 +0700 GMT), Stefan Tanurkov wrote: TF Honestly, has the Unread Tab been fixed? ST What's the problem with the Unread Tab? It works OK for me... Not here, I just checked: 1. Any folder in which all the unread messages have

Re: 4.0.26.0 Unread tab

2008-07-11 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Mark, On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 17:59:05 +0200 GMT (11/07/2008, 22:59 +0700 GMT), Mark Partous wrote: TF 1. Any folder in which all the unread messages have been read, jumps TF to the bottom. This shouldn't happen - the order should be maintained. TF https://www.ritlabs.com/bt/view.php?id=6632

Re: 4.0.24.26 - up running messages

2008-07-08 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Tue, 8 Jul 2008 09:22:01 -0500 GMT (08/07/2008, 21:22 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: I'm quite sure that RitLabs does BVTs before they release an updated .exe and so they know that it's at least going to start without crashing. DAC you apparently haven't been beta

Re: 4.0.24.26 - up running messages

2008-07-08 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Hartwig, On Tue, 8 Jul 2008 17:29:08 +0200 GMT (08/07/2008, 22:29 +0700 GMT), Hartwig Harder wrote: HH Actually I do like the up running message as it indicates the HH number of ppl actually testing the version. Otherwise you don't HH get any response and have no clue if it is just

Re: 4.0.24.26 - up running messages

2008-07-07 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Goncalo, On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 08:32:43 +0100 GMT (07/07/2008, 14:32 +0700 GMT), Goncalo Farias wrote: R U R in Brooksville, Florida :)) Is that of any use at all? knowing that it's Up and Running and where? Do you think that running in a certain location is going to influence the beta

Re: AV when Bat called from system tray 4.0.24.25

2008-07-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Paul, On Sat, 5 Jul 2008 16:00:21 -0400 GMT (06/07/2008, 03:00 +0700 GMT), Paul Van Noord wrote: JF This depends on the point of view, it is easier to read the ASCII in the JF Mail, than opening an Picture. PVN Agreed. However I think it a bit unfair to assume everyone knows how PVN

Re: Wondering whether some files can be safely deleted

2008-07-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Roelof, On Fri, 4 Jul 2008 03:39:35 +0200 GMT (04/07/2008, 08:39 +0700 GMT), Roelof Otten wrote: DAC My question is about files with the extenison of '.bin' RO They're created when you run into problems during message base RO maintenance. As you're using IMAP, there's no reason to keep

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Goncalo, On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 10:52:35 +0100 GMT (24/06/2008, 16:52 +0700 GMT), Goncalo Farias wrote: I am confused. Obviously, the blue line is the main reason why TB! is unusable for HTML replies in the office, it's just too embarrassing. Stuart says his Quotes2 QT suppresses the

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Thomas, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 22:36:46 +0700 GMT (22/06/2008, 22:36 +0700 GMT), Thomas Fernandez wrote: TF Have you enabled reply to HTML messages in HTML? Could it be that you actually have ticked reply to HTML in plain text? Yes. And I see a thin blue line preceding the reply

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:27:46 -0500 GMT (22/06/2008, 23:27 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: You shouldn't have. Please reply in HTML to this thread, as we are trying to find out hwat causes the undesirable blue line. DAC I don't see how my replying in plain test hurts that

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:26:43 -0500 GMT (22/06/2008, 23:26 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: On Sunday, June 22, 2008, 9:37:31 AM, Thomas Fernandez wrote: I can't reply in html and quote test, so is this top posting when nothing else appears? No, it is non-posting! g

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Dwight, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:31:34 -0500 GMT (22/06/2008, 23:31 +0700 GMT), Dwight A Corrin wrote: On Sunday, June 22, 2008, 10:23:28 AM, Stuart Cuddy wrote: I blocked and hit f4, then went to the bottom, chose to reply in html only, and all the quoted text disappeared. OK, I

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stuart, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 16:35:25 -0500 GMT (23/06/2008, 04:35 +0700 GMT), Stuart Cuddy wrote: IAW I have now tried all the settings suggested, but I still see the blue line on the left. SC I think there is some confusion. The blue line is supposed to SC show up when replying to an

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stuart, On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 19:26:50 -0500 GMT (24/06/2008, 07:26 +0700 GMT), Stuart Cuddy wrote: SC It is the quotes2 that breaks the blue line syndrome, which I SC believe is working as designed, albeit something that many do not care for. SC It seems that using any macro other than

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Rick, On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 12:23:19 -0400 GMT (23/06/2008, 23:23 +0700 GMT), Rick wrote: R Try Launching the message.html file in your browser on any message R with 2 levels of quotes - I have seen a thin blue bare AND the thick one Confirmed in the folder view, too. And replying to your

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Cees, On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 19:40:15 +0200 GMT (24/06/2008, 00:40 +0700 GMT), Cees wrote: C You see: No blue line. Please reply to this message in HTML. ^ No blue line and no indication whatsoever that this is a second-level quote. :-( C my, deleting parts you do not want is a crime with

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Mark, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:12:11 +0200 GMT (22/06/2008, 16:12 +0700 GMT), Mark Partous wrote: TF Everything looks normal now, no more blue line, no more double-spacing... TF give it a try! MP You must have another 4.0.24.23 than I have (or another configuration)! MP :-) You see: No

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stuart, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 07:46:50 -0500 GMT (22/06/2008, 19:46 +0700 GMT), Stuart Cuddy wrote: TF Everything looks normal now, no more blue line, no more double-spacing... TF give it a try! MP You must have another 4.0.24.23 than I have (or another configuration)! TF You see: No

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Marck, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 13:50:14 +0100 GMT (22/06/2008, 19:50 +0700 GMT), Marck D Pearlstone wrote: TF Everything looks normal now, no more blue line, no more double-spacing... TF give it a try! MP You must have another 4.0.24.23 than I have (or another configuration)! MDP You see:

Re: Replying to an HTML mail

2008-06-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Mark, On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 15:28:44 +0200 GMT (22/06/2008, 20:28 +0700 GMT), Mark Partous wrote: Hello Thomas, Sunday, June 22, 2008, 1:55:25 PM, you wrote: You see: No blue line. Please reply to this message in HTML. Perhaps, where you are, the line has been used to surround the

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