Re: Mail-Followup-TO header

2004-02-07 Thread Zygmunt Wereszczynski
On Saturday, February 7, 2004, at 08:45:17 [UTC+0530] (Saturday, February 7,
2004 04:15 my local time) K Shantanu wrote:

 Headers. Having defined new field, you can display it in editor window and
 insert there appropriate address.

 Yes I have version above 2.0. I went into Options | Preferences |
 Message Headers and added an header. A menu box opened where I had to
 state 2 things viz,
 - name which appears in editor box for that header - I put
   MFT
 - rfc822 name where I put - Mail-Followup-To:

You should not use colon in filed names. Try to put only Mail-Followup-To
alone, without colon.

 But this does not work. I cannot see this field when I compose a new
 message. I tried putting just MFT for rfc822 field and then it worked,
 but in the mail sent, the header was described as,
 MFT: and not Mail-Followup-To: 

Visualisation of newly added field in header depends on its place on filed
list. It may be hidden on scrollable part. All properties can be set for
example in View | Edit Headers menu in editor window. I don't use MFT, but
other customised fields work correctly for me.

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Best regards,
Zygmunt Wereszczynski
(Using The Bat! v2.03 Beta/59 on Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195 Service Pack 4)




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Re: Mail-Followup-TO header

2004-02-07 Thread K Shantanu
* Zygmunt Wereszczynski [EMAIL PROTECTED] [040207 13:30]:
 On Saturday, February 7, 2004, at 08:45:17 [UTC+0530] (Saturday, February 7,
 2004 04:15 my local time) K Shantanu wrote:
 
 You should not use colon in filed names. Try to put only Mail-Followup-To
 alone, without colon.

I still cannot get it down properly. Can you please check it with your
setup. I have also uploaded some screenshots on my site for you to see.
Can you please go through them and tell me what I am missing.

www.tyskyshop.com/bat1.jpg

www.tyskyshop.com/bat2.jpg


It will be great to have this Mail-Followup-To feature working for me in
The Bat!

Thanks and bye,
Shantanu

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