Re: MACRO list in TB! help file

2009-07-15 Thread Simon
'Ello Thomas,

On Tue, 14 Jul 2009 19:48:49 -0300 (your time) you said:

 There is one in German available, perhaps it helps a bit.
 http://www.thebatworld.de/system/sections/index.php?op=viewarticleartid=108

Yes, thanks, I'll look through that very comprehensive list :-)

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Re: MACRO list in TB! help file

2009-07-15 Thread Simon
'Ello Dan,

On Tue, 14 Jul 2009 15:05:31 -0700 (your time) you said:

 Unless they repackaged the 4.2.6 with a newer helpfile and failed to
 update the date of the package on the website I would say no. At least it
 misses the %Postpone macro.

Thought as much, but asked anyway.

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2 TB Icons on Task Bar in Vista

2009-07-15 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

I  have  a  problem  with  two icons for TB appearing on my taskbar in
Windows Vista. It affects both Vista machines.

When  I  first start TB, two buttons appear on the task bar. One has the
TB  icon  and is labelled The Bat! and the other has the icon but is
otherwise  blank.  The  blank  button usually goes away if I close and
restart  TB.  I  have  tried  various  things to get rid of the second
button without success. Any suggestions?

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Recommendations for Anti-Spam Plugin for TB?

2009-07-15 Thread Jouni Kukkonen
Hi all,

I've  been using TB for some time now, in a very simple way, and would
now  like  to  add  Anti-Spam  capability to it, as not everyone of my
e-mail service providers does a good job filtering spam.

I  would  like  to  receive  some  recommendations,  based on personal
experience, as to which Anti-Spam Plugin solution would be worthwhile.
I wouldn't mind paying something for a working solution.

The  very  reason  for  this  question  is  my  recent tryout with the
Anti-Spam  Marisuite  Plugin,  which  did  absolutely  nothing  to  my
incoming  messages. After a short exchange with the supplier it became
clear  that  Marisuite  does  not do IMAP filtering because of lack of
support in the TB API that the plugins use (at least this is what they
say).  Nearly  all  my  mailboxes are IMAP boxes, so the solution will
need to work with IMAP as well as with POP3. I'm trying to save myself
from further futile experiments...

I will be very greatful for all suggestions.

Jouni Kukkonen




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Re: Recommendations for Anti-Spam Plugin for TB?

2009-07-15 Thread Luc
 Hello Jouni,
  
It was foretold that on 15/07/2009 @ 02:18:14 GMT+0300 (which was
20:18:14 where I live) Jouni Kukkonen would write:

snipped a bit

 I've  been using TB for some time now, in a very simple way, and would
 now  like  to  add  Anti-Spam  capability to it, as not everyone of my
 e-mail service providers does a good job filtering spam.

 I  would  like  to  receive  some  recommendations,  based on personal
 experience, as to which Anti-Spam Plugin solution would be worthwhile.
 I wouldn't mind paying something for a working solution.

I use Antispamsniper (as a lot of persons on this list i assume). It's
a plugin for TB! and has a freeware version. After trying several
programs, it's one that i use for a long time now. 

http://www.antispamsniper.com/thebat_plugin.html
 
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 Luc


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