Re: AVG anti-spam update and restarting TB

2004-05-19 Thread Lee Gibbon
Hello tbudlers, I thought I'd give this another try. Saturday, May 8, 2004, 12:36:41 PM, I wrote: I've noticed that when I update AVG's virus definitions (6.0 free version), that the version number showing in TB (options|preferences|anti-virus) has not updated to the latest

Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition

2004-05-19 Thread Mamuka Khantadze
Hello Folks, I'm just wondering whether or not Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition has any plug-in to be used with THE BAT!? -- Sincerely, Mamuka Khantadze Finance Administration Director Healthy Women in Georgia Program (http://healthywomen.ge) John Snow (JSI) Research Training

Re: AVG anti-spam update and restarting TB

2004-05-19 Thread Raymund Tump
Hey! It used to be that AVG would warn me that TB was running (with the plug in) when I would update it and that I should restart TB. That's what mine does from time to time. I think it only happens when the plug-in is updated. You can configure AVG to change the files at the next restart, so

Re: A challenge/response to TBUDL identity

2004-05-19 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo MAU, On Wed, 19 May 2004 03:16:43 +0200GMT (19-5-04, 3:16 +0200, where I live), you wrote: BTW Is there anybody who created a filter that catches these messages. But only when they're about messages sent to this list. Care to share your solution? M I have blocked all mail from

Re: AVG anti-spam update and restarting TB

2004-05-19 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Lee, On Tue, 18 May 2004 23:14:06 -0700GMT (19-5-04, 8:14 +0200, where I live), you wrote: Gibbon To put it differently: I'm sure many of you use TB with an anti-virus Gibbon plug in. Do you need to close and restart TB after updating the virus Gibbon definitions? It used to be that AVG

Re: Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition

2004-05-19 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Ian, On Wed, 19 May 2004 17:30:47 +1000GMT (19-5-04, 9:30 +0200, where I live), you wrote: MK I'm just wondering whether or not Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition MK has any plug-in to be used with THE BAT!? IAW It should be able to be set to automatically check inbound e-mail for IAW

Just-In-Time Spell Checker

2004-05-19 Thread John Cunnane
Hi All, I'm brand new to this list and so, please excuse me if I start asking questions which you have discussed before. First one up is why does the Just-In-Time spell checker only work if I use the Plain Text (MicroEd) message editor? If I use another editor, e.g. the Plain Text (Windows)

Re: Navigation Frustration

2004-05-19 Thread Stuart Hemming
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 M I'll try to make some test tonight. Did you discover anything? - -- Stuart Using The Bat! v2.11 Beta/6 on Windows XP 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1 Aided by BayesIt! 0.5.3 PGP Key available from ldap://keyserver.pgp.com The facts, although

Re: Just-In-Time Spell Checker

2004-05-19 Thread Allie Martin
John Cunnane, [JC] wrote: JC I'm brand new to this list and so, please excuse me if I start asking JC questions which you have discussed before. JC First one up is why does the Just-In-Time spell checker only work if I JC use the Plain Text (MicroEd) message editor? If I use another editor, JC

TB! V2.10.01 and KAV plug-in.

2004-05-19 Thread Chris Weaven
Hi all, I'm currently using The Bat! V2.10.01 and am experiencing problems with the KAV plug-in side of things. If you look at this thread over at the KAV forums, you will see my concerns: http://forums.useice.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?s=40ab4bdc2467;act=ST;f=1;t=316;st=20 I have the

Re: A challenge/response to TBUDL identity

2004-05-19 Thread Mica Mijatovic
Just a short response, since I am in hurry now (these days)... ***^\ ~~( __ _o Was Wed, 19 May 2004, at 03:28:31 +0200, @ @ when MAU wrote: I cannot see the way how to implement that in selective download filter. Is it possible at all? As far as I know all such

GoldMine and The Bat! Solution needed....

2004-05-19 Thread Bradley D. Thornton
Hi, I'm looking for anyone who knows of, has, or would like to integrate The Bat! with Goldmine CRM software. Goldmine integrates well with MS Outlook, but I steer most of my clients away from Outlook, and many of them simply use the goldmine MUA - which sucks. A superior solution would be to

Re: A challenge/response to TBUDL identity

2004-05-19 Thread Paul Cartwright
On Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 9:18 PM, you wrote: MAU I have blocked all mail from RiskFreeMail at my server, it just rejects MAU the connection :)) MDP Nice idea - I'm going there right now! I just added it to K9's blacklist.. -- Paul Using The Bat! v2.10.03 on Windows XP 5.1 Build 2600

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Paul Cartwright
On Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 8:54 PM, you wrote: LG Right now the moderators are bidding, arguing, punching and slapping LG to see who will get to delete that subscriber with extreme prejudice. hey, wait, don't we get a vote???BG just walk softly and carry a big trout! LG I only had one

Re: GoldMine and The Bat! Solution needed....

2004-05-19 Thread Allie Martin
Bradley D. Thornton, [BDT] wrote: I had a look at Goldmine, an interesting super PIM. They seem to be all about efficient communication/dealing with customers and hence making them more happy and more likely to remain your customers. :) BDT I'm looking for anyone who knows of, has, or would like

Re: GoldMine and The Bat! Solution needed....

2004-05-19 Thread Nick Dutton
Hello Bradley, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 12:57, you wrote: BDT I'm looking for anyone who knows of, has, or would like to integrate The BDT Bat! with Goldmine CRM software. Goldmine integrates well with MS Outlook, BDT but I steer most of my clients away from Outlook, and many of them simply BDT

Re[2]: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread Jimmie Toney
On 5/19/04, at 8:52 AM, Allie Martin sent the following: Allie AM Many get by without the 'fancy' backing up that you do because they AM don't have the same backup requirements as you do. A couple of those AM batch scripts will therefore work just fine and will not amount to a AM headache. Take

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Jimmie Toney
On 5/19/04, at 8:38 AM, Leif Gregory sent the following: LG I only had one dissenting voice among you all who seemed to think our LG attempts at making this list better was an inconvenience. LG Thanks to all the rest of you who put up with the probes. I think it is great to be on a list where

Re: A challenge/response to TBUDL identity

2004-05-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Paul, On Wed, 19 May 2004 08:49:05 -0400 GMT (19/05/2004, 19:49 +0700 GMT), Paul Cartwright wrote: PC I just added it to K9's blacklist.. It's on GMX' blacklist by default. ;-) -- Cheers, Thomas. Moderator der deutschen The Bat! Beginner Liste. Avoid cliches like the plague (They're

Re: Navigation Frustration

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, M I'll try to make some test tonight. Did you discover anything? I said 'tonight and it is only 4 pm here ;-) No, I haven't done any test at all, just been too busy. Sorry. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v2.10.03

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Jimmie, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 7:40:49 AM, you wrote: Jimmie I think it is great to be on a list where the moderator cares Jimmie enough to take the steps to remove something like this. Thanks Jimmie again and no problem from here with the probes. As Bartles and James would say, Thanks

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Allie, Does that really matter especially since you're not really aware of just what others here may or may not need to backup? This seems to be the crux of the misunderstanding. The discussion has been about backing up TB! and nothing else. Yes, that is right. But someone was asking

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Leif, I liken it to people who post to lists with the Reading Confirmation Flag set. Nope. I never ask for Reading Confirmation anywhere and I got quite a few mails from RiskFreeMail.com, I am not sure if it was every time I posted to the list though. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello MAU, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 8:27:01 AM, you wrote: MAU Nope. I never ask for Reading Confirmation anywhere and I got MAU quite a few mails from RiskFreeMail.com, I am not sure if it was MAU every time I posted to the list though. Errr. No, I meant I was making an analogy in terms of

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Eddie Castelli
Hallo Leif, -- Mittwoch, 19. Mai 2004, 02:54:49: We have discovered the true address for the user who subscribed with an improperly configured C/R system. Right now the moderators are bidding, arguing, punching and slapping to see who will get to delete that subscriber with extreme

Re: Opening url with non-default browser

2004-05-19 Thread Eddie Castelli
Hallo Coyle306, -- Dienstag, 18. Mai 2004, 21:26:35: Sure, I hide all the illegal stuff. I let 'em drive my car. My computer, too, is just a dumb machine that's supposed to make my life easier. I have to come in here. May I repeat: 'a dumb machine makes your life easier'! Question: how

Re: Opening url with non-default browser

2004-05-19 Thread Eddie Castelli
Hallo Julian, -- Mittwoch, 19. Mai 2004, 00:34:50: I'll have to agree with you. Now if The Bat! had a built-in browser... ...we could call it Outlook! I would call it 'LookOut'! -- liebe GrĂ¼sse Eddie Current version is 2.10.03 |

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Jimmie, I am in agreement with you as to what and what not to backup, and the fact that this thread is becoming unproductive. However may I trouble you for more direct information on the batch scripts that you use and how to implement them. I just happen to have a JumpDrive that would

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Kevin Coates
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi Mary, On Tue, 18 May 2004 22:49:11 -0500 (11:49 PM here), Mary Bull [MB] wrote in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]: MB It would have been more than annoyance for me, if the mail from MB RiskFreeMail had arrived in my Inbox before I read about the MB problem

Re: Managing multiple identities

2004-05-19 Thread Gabriel Menini
MAU wrote: Hello gmenini, Now I successfully regenerated my environment using a 'simple' (restricted permissions account) but cannot find the way to create and admninistrative account or even another simple account for my brother. I don't think you can. What I am going to suggest may work but

Re: SPAM Filtering Problems

2004-05-19 Thread Sean H.
Brien King wrote: TBUDL, I'm using The Bat! Version 2.10.03 under Windows XP 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1 The Spam Filtering does not appear to be working on TheBat! It is not catching ANY SPAM at all. Well, this isn't helpful, but FWIW I have the same problem. Even setting the score to 5

Re[2]: SPAM Filtering Problems

2004-05-19 Thread Brien King
On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 9:07:05 AM, you wrote: Brien King wrote: TBUDL, I'm using The Bat! Version 2.10.03 under Windows XP 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1 The Spam Filtering does not appear to be working on TheBat! It is not catching ANY SPAM at all. Well, this isn't

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Mary Bull
Hello Kevin! On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 10:33 AM, you wrote, in part: KC After reading this thread I can begin to appreciate how undesirable KC these C/R systems can be. While spam is definitely annoying, with KC BayesIT or the many other solutions that work with The Bat!, C/R KC simply isn't

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, Well it all comes down to an individual's needs. Geez have I heard that before. :-) For me running a BAT file for an incremental backup on shut down of TB works great. Of course, you are right. Just like many people can get along with OE (which is free) instead of TB. I'd bet a

Re: Managing multiple identities

2004-05-19 Thread MAU
Hello Gabriel, Great !!! It worked!! Glad to hear that it worked. But as the 'oldies' in this list know, that means that you owe me a beer. ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v2.10.03 Current

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Mary, Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 7:18:48 PM, you wrote: Mary I was 100 per cent *for* what you were doing. I hope my small Mary joke about finding my first two probes inedible and putting them Mary in the trash wasn't taken the wrong way!! grin Thanks Tril... If we're not careful, people will

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Eddie, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 7:50:07 AM, you wrote: Eddie It was an inconvenience also for me as I got around 6-8 such Eddie messages. At the End I really thought it was Spam so have to Eddie move it back to 'normal'. Leif, but this inconvenience was for Eddie a good cause to keep this

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Mary Bull
Hello Leif! On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 12:15 PM, you wrote: Mary I was 100 per cent *for* what you were doing. LG grin Thanks Tril... If we're not careful, people will begin to think LG we pay you to say nice things about us! grin If we were on tbot, I would promise, at this point, not to

Highlight emails and send a quick note to all

2004-05-19 Thread Marten Gallagher
I don't suppose I can do this without setting up a filter can I: Open folder of emails, highlight some or all, compose a quick email note, send it to all as if individually. -- Marten Gallagher Annery Kiln Web Design www.annerykiln.co.uk Using The Bat 2.10.03 with POPFile 0.21.1 on XP Pro

Re: Mod: Untrimmed reply (was: SPAM Filtering Problems)

2004-05-19 Thread jwayne
On Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 1:08:21 PM, Leif Gregory [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: LG Note: This moderator's interjection is a note to all readers and not LG just to the person being replied to, even if their post may have LG instigated this reply. Please don't feel singled out Brien. Getting an

Re[2]: Registration question

2004-05-19 Thread Nick OHare
Hello Marck, Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 8:34:49 PM, you wrote: MDP Dear Nick, MDP @18-May-2004, 20:30 -0400 (19-May 01:30 UK time) Nick OHare [NO] in MDP mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] said: NO The only other thing I can think may be complicating this is that I NO downloaded and set up the Bat! v. 1.62 on

Re: Highlight emails and send a quick note to all

2004-05-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Marten, On Wed, 19 May 2004 19:02:50 +0100 GMT (20/05/2004, 01:02 +0700 GMT), Marten Gallagher wrote: MG I don't suppose I can do this without setting up a filter can I: [...] No, that doesn't seem possible. -- Cheers, Thomas. Moderator der deutschen The Bat! Beginner Liste. Nennen

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello MAU, On Wed, 19 May 2004 19:04:37 +0200 GMT (20/05/2004, 00:04 +0700 GMT), MAU wrote: M Of course, you are right. Just like many people can get along with OE M (which is free) instead of TB. OE isn't free. You pay for it when you buy Windows, whether you use OE or not. M I'd bet a beer

Re: Mod: Untrimmed reply (was: SPAM Filtering Problems)

2004-05-19 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello jwayne, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 12:14:05 PM, you wrote: jwayne Can they be sent to individuals rather than the whole list? And it appears you've ignored every one dealing with the sigs. See below: jwayne jon jwayne -- jwayne [EMAIL PROTECTED] jwayne

Default message selection in message list?

2004-05-19 Thread Costas Papadopoulos
Hello, I have my messages sorted by thread, in descending date order i.e. the most recent ones are at the top. I normally have several parked messages in some folders. According to the above sort order, the parked messages, being relatively old, appear at the bottom of the list.

Re: Registration question

2004-05-19 Thread Marck D Pearlstone
Dear Nick, @19-May-2004, 14:24 -0400 (19-May 19:24 UK time) Nick OHare [NO] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] said to Marck: MDP ... v1 and v2 keys are *not* interchangeable. You may not use MDP a v1 key for v2 or vice versa. You or your friend will have to MDP grab a v2 to go with that v2 key. Oh yes,

Re: The probes have worked.

2004-05-19 Thread Greg Strong
Hello Jimmie, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 8:40:49 AM, Jimmie Toney wrote: JT I think it is great to be on a list where the moderator cares enough JT to take the steps to remove something like this. Thanks again and no JT problem from here with the probes. Agreed. BTW I like that tagline. :-) --

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread Greg Strong
Hello MAU, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 12:04:37 PM, MAU wrote: Well it all comes down to an individual's needs. Geez have I heard that before. :-) For me running a BAT file for an incremental backup on shut down of TB works great. M Of course, you are right. Just like many people can get

Re: Backup script

2004-05-19 Thread Greg Strong
Hello MAU, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 10:24:29 AM, MAU wrote: I am in agreement with you as to what and what not to backup, and the fact that this thread is becoming unproductive. However may I trouble you for more direct information on the batch scripts that you use and how to implement them.

Re: Managing multiple identities

2004-05-19 Thread Greg Strong
Hello Gabriel, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 11:03:09 AM, Gabriel Menini wrote: 3.- Uninstall The Bat and make sure the Mail directory is empty. I not, delete it. 4.- Install TB from scratch and, this time, remember to create an account with Admin rights. ... snip GM Great !!! GM It

Re[2]: Opening url with non-default browser

2004-05-19 Thread Wayne King
Hi Martin, Tuesday, May 18, 2004, 12:48:36 PM, you wrote: C It would be nice if The Bat let you select a browser. MW Please no, that's an OS feature... I don't know of any OS that allows you to select a different browser for url links depending on the email client that's running. Certainly not

Re[2]: AVG anti-spam update and restarting TB

2004-05-19 Thread Lee Gibbon
Hello Roelof, Thanks for the responses, Roelof and Raymund. Wednesday, May 19, 2004, 12:52:17 AM, you wrote: RO TB's always running here, but I can't remember any instance of AVG RO telling me TB had to be closed because of the plug-in. What it does RO sometimes is telling me the computer has

Re[2]: Mail download + new line problems

2004-05-19 Thread Wayne King
Hi Britt, Monday, May 17, 2004, 3:01:02 PM, you wrote: BH Unfortunately, nobody seems to have any solution to my major BH problem: that The Bat is busy working with something for ca 15 BH minutes every morning before it downloads my mails. As I said, That reminds of a similar problem I had when