Re: Pegasus oddities

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, On Wed, 5 Jan 2000 20:32:40 -0800GMT (06/01/2000, 12:32 +0800GMT), Steve Lamb wrote: SL OK, this takes the cake. Today, because of my discussion with Alex over SL Pegasus vs. TB! I downloaded Pegasus, installed it on my work machine, and SL tried it out on my home server with

The Bat! - suggestions

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello The Bat! developers, There are some features I would like to see in your program: Instead of Purging Compressing every time I close The Bat!, I would like to have an option to Purge Compress manually. The reason is, the "Cleaning Up" process takes a long time each

Re: The Bat! - suggestions

2000-01-06 Thread Jason Thompson
Hello Thomas and Bat Buddies, Instead of Purging Compressing every time I close The Bat!, I would like to have an option to Purge Compress manually. Hmmm. It is my understanding that only folders set to purge and compress on exit will have this behavior, as set up in each folder's

Re: Rogues Gallery

2000-01-06 Thread Mark Aston
Hi Leif, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 7:31:42 AM, you wrote: LG Hello users, LG Ok, the rogues gallery is up! LG http://www.pcwize.com/thebat/rogues.shtml LG I still need more pics! The offer is still open to those who don't LG have a scanner. Just e-mail me and I'll give you my mailing

PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Jason, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 01:23:32 -0800GMT (06/01/2000, 17:23 +0800GMT), Jason Thompson wrote: Instead of Purging Compressing every time I close The Bat!, I would like to have an option to Purge Compress manually. JT Hmmm. It is my understanding that only folders set to purge and

Re: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Oleg Zalyalov
Hello, the Bat! list recipients, Thursday, January 06, 2000, Thomas Fernandez wrote to Jason Thompson about PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions): TF I want one mouse-click for "purgecompress all folder that are set TF up for this". Folders/Purge All Folders -- Best regards, Oleg

TB as a full featured text editor

2000-01-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Fellow TBUDL members, On opening TB one day, TB's tip claimed that when composing a message, ctrl+[ made a word upper case, ctrl+] made a word lower case and ctrl+/ made a word lower case with an upper case first letter. So today I tried it. Unfortunately, all I get is that ctrl+] made a word

Re[4]: Incoming mail word wrapping

2000-01-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Oleg all fellow TBUDL members, Wednesday, January 05, 2000, 6:24:13 AM, Oleg wrote in response to Martyn Drake who wrote to Oleg Zalyalov about Incoming mail word wrapping: MD I can see auto-wrap under Options, Edit Preferences, and that is MD ticked, but only when editing or creating a

Re: The Bat! - suggestions

2000-01-06 Thread Juergen Frisch
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 09:29, Thomas Fernandez wrote: Instead of Purging Compressing every time I close The Bat!, I would like to have an option to Purge Compress manually. Hello Thomas, you can do so. Disable "Remove old messages" an "Compress the folder" on "general"

Re: Turn off confirmation dialogs?

2000-01-06 Thread Andrew K. Lovetski
Hello, The Bat Users! cin I was wondering if there are any options anywhere to tone down cin the confirmation dialogs? There seem to be lots. I don't mind cin the ones where it could be a permanent problem (like deleting a cin folder full of messages), but when I click "Ctrl-Enter" to send

SOT Compuserve POP (was: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Lionel Elie Mamane
Hello Thomas, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:53:21 AM, you wrote: TF OK; I cancelled my subscribtion with Cserve about a year ago. The TF reason was, I had a "normal" account first, which you can check TF with either the cserve software, or by telnetting and following TF their menus.

RE: IMAP - was Re: Digest (01/05/2000 12:18) Special Issue (#2000-171)

2000-01-06 Thread Rob
I haven't tried it with services like AOL etc., but I do have an IMAP4 account through www.subdimension.com (a free e-mail service, although it isn't the most reliable.) IMAP works well enough on there. but do you use it as IMAP was 'supposed' to be used ; server-based ?? or do you just

Re[2]: Purging

2000-01-06 Thread dMb
tracer wrote: dMb Is there anyway to prevent purging of unread messages? I looked dMb around but couldn't find the setting. The way I handle my incoming mail and I am sure it can be improved, is to make all or most regular incomings a filter so they go to their boxes and my INBOX is slipped

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello Thomas,, 2000, 1:33:08 AM, you wrote: TF Hi Steve, TF On Wed, 5 Jan 2000 11:19:59 -0800GMT (06/01/2000, 03:19 +0800GMT), TF Steve Lamb wrote: 3. Changing "Send from account..." Is there a more visible way to do this? SL

Auto Formatting

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Thanks for all the help on my other questions...and yet I still have more! I'm not sure if it's the Auto-Format, I'm having problems with, or what...but in anycase, the problem has been that when I reply to someone, some of my text gets mingled with their replies! I've had this happen two

default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Lone-Wolf
Hello Bat, Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a folder? For instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on The Bat mailing list, and want to send a new message to this group. The list.owner@...etc. is to go automatically in the "To:" field. -- Best

Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello tracer, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 11:05:20 GMT +0700 [Thursday, January 06, 2000 11:05 GMT +0700], you told to the list: Steve Yes, I've done that to my boss at one time when I finally separated my Steve personal from private mail and he insisted on using the wrong one. t My expartner

Re: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello Lone-Wolf, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:29:48 AM, you wrote: LW Hello Bat, LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a folder? LWFor instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on LW The Bat mailing list, and want to send a new message to this

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello Carsten Dreesbach, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 08:04:14 GMT +0100 [Thursday, January 06, 2000 14:04 GMT +0700], you told to the list: TF Or enable View/From in the editor window. That's what I do. If TF you don't like what you see, you can easily change "from" address TF by eitehr clicking

Re: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello Thomas Fernandez, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 17:37:39 GMT +0800 [Thursday, January 06, 2000 16:37 GMT +0700], you told to the list: [ ...] TF I now purge compress "on exit" - on *every* exit, that is. Maybe TF the opposite of my initial suggestion should be easier to TF implement:

Re: FETCH - Could Not Create Output File

2000-01-06 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello Syafril Hermansyah, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 20:17:04 GMT +0700 [Thursday, January 06, 2000 20:17 GMT +0700], you told to the list: KR Can anyone tell me what the above error message means when KR downloading email? SH Yupe, just realize at home. SH Never happened at office. [

Re: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Oleg, Juergen and Stefan: On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 14:40:26 +0400 GMT (06.01.2000, 18:40 +0800 GMT), Oleg Zalyalov wrote: TF I want one mouse-click for "purgecompress all folder that are set TF up for this". OZ Folders/Purge All Folders Thanks to all of you. The Bat! has no many features that

Re: SOT Compuserve POP (was: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Lionel, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 12:58:45 +0100 GMT (06.01.2000, 19:58 +0800 GMT), Lionel Elie Mamane wrote: LEM You can telnet to the POP server and send the POP commands "by hand" LEM ;-) Like that: [...] I see they have improved - you couldn't do that "back then". :-) TF That was one,

Re: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Lone-Wolf, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 20:29:48 +0700 GMT (06.01.2000, 21:29 +0800 GMT), Lone-Wolf wrote: LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a folder? LWFor instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on LW The Bat mailing list, and want to send a new

Re: SOT Compuserve POP (was: Re[3]: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread tracer
Hello Thomas Fernandez, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 13:53:21 +0800 GMT your local time, which was Thursday, January 06, 2000, 12:53:21 PM (GMT+0700) my local time, Thomas Fernandez wrote: Thomas Hi Lionel, Thomas On Wed, 5 Jan 2000 15:55:33 +0100GMT (05/01/2000, 22:55 +0800GMT), Thomas Lionel Elie

Re: PGPkeys doesn't run

2000-01-06 Thread tracer
Hello Alexander A. Gomanyuk, On 6 Jan 2000 11:38:30 +0500 GMT your local time, which was Thursday, January 06, 2000, 1:38:30 PM (GMT+0700) my local time, Alexander A. Gomanyuk wrote: Alexander Hello Batmans, Alexander Would U answer, why menu item Tools-PGP-Key Manager says Alexander "Unable to

Re: Pegasus oddities

2000-01-06 Thread tracer
Hello Steve Lamb, On Wed, 5 Jan 2000 20:32:40 -0800 GMT your local time, which was Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:32:40 AM (GMT+0700) my local time, Steve Lamb wrote: Steve OK, this takes the cake. Today, because of my discussion with Alex over Steve Pegasus vs. TB! I downloaded Pegasus,

Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, January 05, 2000, 8:05:20 PM, tracer wrote: I see nothing complicated on the few emails going to the wrong place to get an filter added. Exactly. I think it is less of a burden than keeping it all separate through filters. More important I think is that the current backup

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, January 05, 2000, 10:33:08 PM, Thomas wrote: Or enable View/From in the editor window. IIRC this does not change through which SMTP server the message is sent. That can cause problems with the anti-relay rules some ISPs have put in place. -- Steve C. Lamb | I'm

Re: The Bat! - suggestions

2000-01-06 Thread tracer
Hello Thomas Fernandez, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 16:29:54 +0800 GMT your local time, which was Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:29:54 PM (GMT+0700) my local time, Thomas Fernandez wrote: Thomas Hello The Bat! developers, Thomas There are some features I would like to see in your program: Thomas

Re: suggestion- / wish-list

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 12:17:45 AM, Oleg wrote: Why? Just wonder, I can't imagine why there could be needed 3 trailing spaces at the end of line. As you might have noticed I indent the first line of each paragraph 4 lines. So imagine the following scenario. I split a quote, drop

Re: The Bat! - suggestions

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 12:29:54 AM, Thomas wrote: Instead of Purging Compressing every time I close The Bat!, I would like to have an option to Purge Compress manually. You can do that now. -- Steve C. Lamb | I'm your priest, I'm your shrink, I'm your

Re: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 1:37:39 AM, Thomas wrote: the command in the folder menu. I want one mouse-click for "purgecompress all folder that are set up for this". Incidentally, all my folders have an old-message date, after which I want to keep only parked messages. You have that.

Re: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 5:29:48 AM, Lone-Wolf wrote: For instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on The Bat mailing list, and want to send a new message to this group. The list.owner@...etc. is to go automatically in the "To:" field. Yes, see folder

Re: TB as a full featured text editor

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
Hello Douglas, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:51:51 AM, you wrote: DH Fellow TBUDL members, DH On opening TB one day, TB's tip claimed that when composing a message, DH ctrl+[ made a word upper case, ctrl+] made a word lower case and DH ctrl+/ made a word lower case with an upper case first

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Steve, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 08:25:41 -0800 GMT (07.01.2000, 00:25 +0800 GMT), Steve Lamb wrote: Or enable View/From in the editor window. SL IIRC this does not change through which SMTP server the message is sent. SL That can cause problems with the anti-relay rules some ISPs have put

Re[2]: SOT Compuserve POP (was: Re[3]: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
Hello tracer, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:48:37 PM, you wrote: t Anyway, there is absolutely NO need for long distance calls, slow t lines and local censorship or whatever keeps a local dialin for AOL t away. t If this same trick works with Compuserve, no idea, try it... t My customers were

Re[2]: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
Hello Steve, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 5:30:31 PM, you wrote: the command in the folder menu. I want one mouse-click for "purgecompress all folder that are set up for this". Incidentally, all my folders have an old-message date, after which I want to keep only parked messages. SL You

Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
Hello TBUDL, can anyone give me a hint of how to accomplish automatically sending a copy of messages to another e-mail address at the time of sending? The reason I want to do this is because I have both work and home e-mail accounts set up in both locations and I want to send a copy of mails I

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:55:01 AM, Thomas wrote: Correct. But I use my local log-in ISP's SMTP server for all accounts anyway. They don't seem to mind the "from" address, as long as you are correctly logged in (with password et al) to them. Can you say that for the individual you

Re: Pegasus oddities

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Steve, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 08:38:59 -0800 GMT (07.01.2000, 00:38 +0800 GMT), Steve Lamb wrote: SL Yeah. I think it is because I had a folder on my IMAP server marked as SL "outbox" and so it sent them off. Who knows. But the fact that the internal SL IMAP message was sent and

Re: PurgeCompress (was: Re: The Bat! - suggestions)

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:57:37 AM, Carsten wrote: Shouldn't that be a purge before a compress? Otherwise, you compress, purge, then have empty space left over from the purge, right? Or am I just confused again? ;] Hey, I just got to work and hadn't had my morning cup of Dew. My

Address Handling Bug?

2000-01-06 Thread Nick Danger
Could someone please confirm or deny this bug (or at least inconsistency)? When right clicking on an email and using the specials|Add sender to address book (or ctrl-w) it sends the From: field entry to the AB. However, setting up a filter action to do the same thing sends the :Reply-To Field

Re: How to get rid of the DUN window?

2000-01-06 Thread Michael Heydekamp
Dear Thomas and all TB users, on Monday, January 03, 2000, 09:15, you wrote: MH in our local network environment, users are connecting with The Bat! to MH our local mail server rather than to an Dial-Up Provider via an RAS MH connection. Thus in the relevant settings (SMTP server, POP server

Re: How to get rid of the DUN window?

2000-01-06 Thread Michael Heydekamp
Dear Carsten and all TB users, on Monday, January 03, 2000, 15:54, you wrote: TF I get these DUN windows only in the office - and there I actually TF do connect via LAN. Thus the setting is accordingly. CD This is starting to sounds to me like you do have a problem with the CD networking

Re: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:33:54 AM, Carsten wrote: can anyone give me a hint of how to accomplish automatically sending a copy of messages to another e-mail address at the time of sending? %BCC="" The reason I want to do this is because I have both work and home e-mail accounts set

Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 6 Jan 00, at 1:27, Larry Barrett wrote about "Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!": AVK Okay, Steve, let's finish with this:-) Besides, others here aren't pretty AVK interested in all this, as far as I can see. Wrong - I learn more about TB reading you two than I do using the

Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Steve Lamb wrote: As for archiving proper, I don't think any client really does offer decent automatic archiving. Then again, I am of the school of thought that I can always do it myself. If I want archives I'm going to do it right with a proper archiver and do incremental timed

Re[2]: SOT Compuserve POP (was: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Lionel Elie Mamane
Hello Thomas, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:49:44 PM, you wrote: LEM You can telnet to the POP server and send the POP commands "by LEM hand" ;-) Like that: TF [...] TF I see they have improved - you couldn't do that "back then". :-) No, that's what your POP client does. As soon as you have

Re: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Carsten Dreesbach wrote: Hello TBUDL, can anyone give me a hint of how to accomplish automatically sending a copy of messages to another e-mail address at the time of sending? The reason I want to do this is because I have both work and home e-mail accounts set up in both locations and I

Re[2]: SOT Compuserve POP (was: Re[3]: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Lionel Elie Mamane
Hello tracer, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:48:37 PM, you wrote: t If this same trick works with Compuserve, no idea, try it... Yeah, it works. You can access the whole Compuserve network from ANY internet connection, with the Compuserve software. -- Best regards, Lionel

Re[2]: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Januk, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 7:42:04 PM, you wrote: JA The simplest solution I've found so far is just add the %BCC="address" JA macro to all your templates. Then I have an Incoming mail Template set JA up to move any messages from me to

Re[2]: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Steve, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:38:37 PM, you wrote: SL %BCC="" Thanks! ;] SL Personally, this is how I do it. [method snipped] Interesting approach... Not what I'd personally prefer - I think I like the %BCC="" macro

Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey TBUDL, can anyone confirm this: 1. I have auto-save messages set to 60 seconds 2. Editing a message for longer than that 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards, it asks me "Do you want to save?", I say no. 4. The auto-saved message is still in my

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:41:01 AM, Carsten wrote: 1. I have auto-save messages set to 60 seconds 2. Editing a message for longer than that 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards, it asks me "Do you want to save?", I say no. 4. The auto-saved message is still in my Outbox! Yes. I've

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Frank Lachmann
On 06.01.2000 (20:41), Carsten Dreesbach wrote: 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards, it asks me "Do you want to save?", I say no. 4. The auto-saved message is still in my Outbox! Yip, but it's flagged as "parked". -- [frank-at-argh·net] ° [www·argh·net|frank|] ° [·49{o}36772o3o63] --

Re[2]: How to get rid of the DUN window?

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Michael, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:37:48 PM, you wrote: CD If you do use it, sounds to me like the routing wants to go over DUN CD first, _then_ the network. MH That is quite close, I think. The question still is: why? Ahh, now that's

Re: Turn Off Confirmation Dialog Revisited

2000-01-06 Thread Nick Andriash
On Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:42:46 AM, Nick Andriash wrote: In addition, even though I have set the options for removing old messages and then compressing each Folder on exit, the old messages remain. Ok, I've managed to set my options so that those messages that I've already read, are

Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Windisch Gergely
Hello TBUDL, On Wednesday, January 05, 2000, , Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: 5 accounts (one for each of my e-mail addresses, since its all different dial- ups:-)), and into *each* of these 5 inboxes messages from my supervisor are likely to find their way. And now what? Now, obviously, I'll

Re: FETCH - Could Not Create Output File

2000-01-06 Thread Keith Russell
Hello, fellow Bat-lovers. On Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:17:04 AM, Syafril wrote: [snip] I found that, this happend if I donwload message as follow : Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2000 10:08:29 +0700 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Permanent Delivery Failure To: [EMAIL

question about the serial numbers

2000-01-06 Thread Allgaeu BeOS User Group
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Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello [EMAIL PROTECTED], On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 15:45:02 GMT -0500 [Friday, January 07, 2000 03:45 GMT +0700], you told to the list: cin So let me get this straight... TB!'s filters only work on a cin particular account? Correct. cin There's no way to set a global filter set for all

Re[2]: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Lone-Wolf
Hello Derek, Friday, January 07, 2000, 12:33:36 AM, you wrote: DC Hello Lone-Wolf, DC Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:29:48 AM, you wrote: LW Hello Bat, LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a folder? LWFor instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on

Re: suggestion- / wish-list

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 08:29:06 -0800, Steve Lamb wrote: [..snip..] As you might have noticed I indent the first line of each paragraph 4 lines. Do you do this manually? The Bat! in my setup here seems to indent by 8 characters!! -- -=Allie=- | Using The Bat!

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 20:41:01 +0100, Carsten Dreesbach wrote: [..snip..] can anyone confirm this: 1. I have auto-save messages set to 60 seconds 2. Editing a message for longer than that 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards, it asks me "Do you want to save?", I say no. 4. The auto-saved

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 20:41:33 +0100, Frank Lachmann wrote: On 06.01.2000 (20:41), Carsten Dreesbach wrote: 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards, it asks me "Do you want to save?", I say no. 4. The auto-saved message is still in my Outbox! Yip, but it's flagged as "parked". No, it's not

Re: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Hello Carsten, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:28:33 AM, you wrote: JA Actually, if you have a lot of templates that would be affected, instead JA of adding just the %BCC macro, add a common quick template to all of them JA with the %BCC in there. That way you can update the address quickly if

Default Translation settings?

2000-01-06 Thread Oyvind Antonsen
Hi! How do I set The Bat! to use Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) Translation as default for all incoming mail??? I cant find an option anywhere that will actually set it default to ALL folders, only the current mail seems to be set to Latin-1... Best regards, Oyvind

Re: suggestion- / wish-list

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 2:42:16 PM, Allie wrote: Do you do this manually? The Bat! in my setup here seems to indent by 8 characters!! Yes. Habit I got into years and years ago. -- Steve C. Lamb | I'm your priest, I'm your shrink, I'm your ICQ: 5107343

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:03:43 PM, Allie wrote: No, it's not flagged as parked but is put in draft mode. Drafts cannot be deleted unless first taken out of draft mode, hence the root of the problem. The auto-save feature, upon saving, saves as a draft. *Steve nudges Ali.* Try

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 15:23:04 -0800, Steve Lamb wrote: *Steve nudges Ali.* Huh? Yes? what? Try moving a "draft" message and see what it asks you. OK, never tried that before. Hmmm. let's see. Uh-oh. The plot thickens. ["Would you like to move Parked messages as

Re[2]: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Steve, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:45:12 PM, you wrote: SL Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:41:01 AM, Carsten wrote: 1. I have auto-save messages set to 60 seconds 2. Editing a message for longer than that 3. Decide to cancel it afterwards,

Re[2]: TB as a full featured text editor

2000-01-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Oleg all fellow TBUDL members, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 5:21:36 AM, Oleg wrote in response to my saying: DH all I get is that ctrl+] made a word lower case with an upper DH case first letter (note that this is *not* the key combination DH that the tip said does this), while the other

Re: Turn Off Confirmation Dialog Revisited

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 11:42:46 -0800, Nick Andriash wrote: What I would like to do when I'm finished reading all of the messages I want to read in my Folder(s), is right click each Folder and choose "Mark All Messages As Read", without always having to confirm that process. I've looked but

Re[2]: TB as a full featured text editor

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Jast, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:00:01 PM, you wrote: J Actually, the key-combos do work. They are just not well-documented. J If you know the position on a US-keyboard, it's probably similar on J a German KB (not the same though :-/) J

Re: Default Translation settings?

2000-01-06 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 7 Jan 00, at 0:07, Oyvind Antonsen wrote about "Default Translation settings?": How do I set The Bat! to use Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) Translation as default for all incoming mail??? Why the hell do you want this??? This would mean that you won't be able to read the messages

Re[2]: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Carsten Dreesbach
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hey Januk, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 11:56:47 PM, you wrote: JA Sure, use the %QINCLUDE="quick template handle" macro. Excellent! JA No problem, after all, I'm one of the slowest. :) I think this macro JA is in the help file, but for some

Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:43:06 PM, Alexander wrote: The "input stream" doesn't differ very much between these accounts, only here I get the mailing lists traffic, too. Three different servers. Seems to be different to me. All this means, that I frequently want to deal with the

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Steve Lamb
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:49:04 PM, Allie wrote: ["Would you like to move Parked messages as well?"] Cripes, this is really a mess here. An aesthetic mess. This whole thing needs to be cleaned up. Actually, it isn't. After that lookup "reusable code". ;) if ($msgbox

Re[2]: Default Translation settings?

2000-01-06 Thread Oyvind Antonsen
Hello Alexander, fredag, 7. januar 2000, you wrote: AVK Hi there! AVK On 7 Jan 00, at 0:07, Oyvind Antonsen wrote AVK about "Default Translation settings?": How do I set The Bat! to use Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) Translation as default for all incoming mail??? AVK Why the hell do you want

Downloading some messages now, more later

2000-01-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello fellow TBUDL members, Some messages or their attachments seem to be stalling my downloads. I know that by choosing ctrl+F2 I get a list of what's on the server, with four boxes: Read, Receive, Delete and Open - for each message. The default is with the first 2 checked, the second two

Re: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi Syafril, On 06 January 2000 at 05:38:06 GMT +0700 (which was 22:38 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points: LW Thanks, but that only establishes, as far as I know, an identity LW for mail sent from that folder, but not a default address to send LW it to. SH Put macro

Re: Turn Off Confirmation Dialog Revisited

2000-01-06 Thread Nick Andriash
On Thursday, January 06, 2000, 3:34:21 PM, Allie Martin wrote: There's no way at present to disable that confirmation dialog. I didn't think so, but thanks for telling me. Your folder specific option to 'remove old messages on exit' doesn't work? Hmmm. Remember the word 'exit' isn't

Re: Sticky Send/Fetch Windows Positions ?

2000-01-06 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi Michael, On 06 January 2000 at 17:55:54 GMT +0100 (which was 16:55 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points: MDP Sadly, no. It is an option to remember the positions of the MDP Sending/Receiving progress windows. MH Part of the problem is that I'm connecting with

Re: Autosave and cancellation of messages

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 16:09:54 -0800, Steve Lamb wrote: Cripes, this is really a mess here. An aesthetic mess. This whole thing needs to be cleaned up. Actually, it isn't. [..snip..] It is a technical one. They made the decision that a "parked" message in the outbox is not sent.

Re: Send from account (was:Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 09:13:28 -0800GMT (07/01/2000, 01:13 +0800GMT), Steve Lamb wrote: Correct. But I use my local log-in ISP's SMTP server for all accounts anyway. They don't seem to mind the "from" address, as long as you are correctly logged in (with password et al) to them. SL

Re: Copy of outgoing messages to other mail address?

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Januk, On Thu, 06 Jan 2000 10:42:04 -0800GMT (07/01/2000, 02:42 +0800GMT), Januk Aggarwal wrote: can anyone give me a hint of how to accomplish automatically sending a copy of messages to another e-mail address at the time of sending? The reason I want to do this is because I have both

Re: SOT Compuserve POP (was: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Lionel, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 19:41:47 +0100GMT (07/01/2000, 02:41 +0800GMT), Lionel Elie Mamane wrote: LEM You can telnet to the POP server and send the POP commands "by LEM hand" ;-) Like that: TF [...] TF I see they have improved - you couldn't do that "back then". :-) LEM No, that's

Re: Sticky Send/Fetch Windows Positions ?

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Michael, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 17:55:54 +0100GMT (07/01/2000, 00:55 +0800GMT), Michael Heydekamp wrote: MH I like that option, but am almost unable to use it as I have no idea how MH to change the position. MH Part of the problem is that I'm connecting with TB to our LAN, and am MH thus seeing

Re: SOT Compuserve POP (was: Re[3]: anyone tried using the bat to get aol emails?)

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Lionel, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 19:49:46 +0100GMT (07/01/2000, 02:49 +0800GMT), Lionel Elie Mamane wrote: t If this same trick works with Compuserve, no idea, try it... LEM Yeah, it works. You can access the whole Compuserve network from ANY LEM internet connection, with the Compuserve

Massive Download Message Size bug

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello TBUDL, I sent myself a couple of large messages yesterday from work...one a 1.8 MB file, and the other a 7.8 MB file (Don't worry, I have ADSL ;) In anycase, the 1.8MB file downloaded okay...the 7.8MB file would crash TB with an out of memory error. I tried this 5 times, and got the same

Re[3]: default e-mail address

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello Lone-Wolf, Thursday, January 06, 2000, 9:29:18 AM, you wrote: LW Hello Derek, LW Friday, January 07, 2000, 12:33:36 AM, you wrote: DC Hello Lone-Wolf, DC Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:29:48 AM, you wrote: LW Hello Bat, LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a

Thread Expansion

2000-01-06 Thread Keith Russell
Hello, fellow Bat-lovers. Dmitry Potapenko's shortcut list says the following: o Ctrl+* = open all the branches of all threads in a folder This is exactly what I want to be able to do. I was used, in Agent, to starting with all threads expanded and reading through unread messages in

Re[2]: PGPkeys doesn't run

2000-01-06 Thread Alexander A. Gomanyuk
Hello tracer, Alexander Yes, path variable is OK. maybe you try to use the wrong version of pgp??/ But What version is correct ? Hoe I can see it ? Alexander The Bat! 1.38e, PGP 6.5.1 (6.5.2 the same) Regards, 3AHO3A [EMAIL PROTECTED]|2:5012/18.2 --

Re[2]: PGPkeys doesn't run

2000-01-06 Thread Alexander A. Gomanyuk
Hello Syafril, Thank You for answer. Hello Alexander A. Gomanyuk, On 6 Jan 2000 at 11:38:30 GMT +0500 [Thursday, January 06, 2000 13:38 GMT +0700], you told to the list: AAG Would U answer, why menu item Tools-PGP-Key Manager says "Unable AAG to locate PGP Keys application" ? AAG Yes,

Re: Turn Off Confirmation Dialog Revisited

2000-01-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Nick, On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 17:53:27 -0800GMT (07/01/2000, 09:53 +0800GMT), Nick Andriash wrote: Your folder specific option to 'remove old messages on exit' doesn't work? Hmmm. Remember the word 'exit' isn't referring to exiting the folder but exiting The Bat!. It works fine for me. NA

Wishlist: Multiple accounts filter was: Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello Alexander, Written in response to your letter of Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:43:06 PM: AVK Hi there! AVK On 6 Jan 00, at 15:45, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote AVK about "Re[2]: Pegasus vs. The Bat!": So let me get this straight... TB!'s filters only work on a particular account? AVK

Re: Turn Off Confirmation Dialog Revisited

2000-01-06 Thread Allie Martin
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 17:53:27 -0800, Nick Andriash wrote: [..snip..] Allie, I got it work after checking the two boxes relating to 'old' messages, even though I didn't put any values relating to how many messages, and how old the messages had to be. GONK!! The default value of zero is the

Re: PGPkeys doesn't run

2000-01-06 Thread Nick Andriash
On Thursday, January 06, 2000, 7:50:10 PM, Alexander A. Gomanyuk wrote: 1. What do U mean saying "PGP option for The Bat!" ? 2. Tools|PGP|Preferences won't remember what i input in file location. After ok and opening again fields with file location are empty.. :-((( Tools/PGP/Preferences

Re[2]: Massive Download Message Size bug

2000-01-06 Thread Derek Cedillo
Hello Syafril, Well, I just tried it now... sending a 7.7MB File to myself...TB! ended up hanging my whole system. I'm using Win98 on a Celeron 300 with about 500 MB free on the disk drive, 64 MB RAM... Derek Written in response to your letter of Thursday, January 06, 2000, 10:52:42 PM: SH

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