Regex help

2014-04-29 Thread Stuart
Hello TBUDL,

  I am looking for help with regex. I need to export the text from an e-mail to 
a text file. When I receive the email it looks like this.

asd, sdf, dfg, asd

Unfortunately when I export this is ends up like this.

asd,  sdf,   dfg,  asd

This seems to be the way the program sending the file represents it.

Is there a way using the macro %REGEXPTEXT= to fix this?

TIA

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Re: Regex help

2014-04-29 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Stuart,

On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 2:50:22 PM, Stuart wrote:

 I am looking for help with regex. I need to export the text from an
 e-mail to a text file. When I receive the email it looks like this.

 asd, sdf, dfg, asd

 Unfortunately when I export this is ends up like this.

 asd,  sdf,   dfg,  asd

 This seems to be the way the program sending the file represents it.

What is in the whitespace between the groups of characters in the
original email? Tabs or spaces? It looks like tabs being expanded so
perhaps the export process is turning tabs into spaces?

How are you exporting the email? Save As?

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Re: Regex help

2014-04-29 Thread Stuart
Hello jb,

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 10:25:49 AM, you wrote:

 What is in the whitespace between the groups of characters in the
 original email? Tabs or spaces? It looks like tabs being expanded so
 perhaps the export process is turning tabs into spaces?

The original e-mail shows up with spaces, but if you look at the message source 
it looks like this:  (except there are 11 spaces between each row.

asd, 

 sdf,  

 dfg,  

asd

 How are you exporting the email? Save As?

I am using a filter. It exports the text to a text file on the desktop. I was 
hoping that the regex could be used in the format message part.

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Re: Default Account

2014-04-29 Thread MFPA
Hi


On Tuesday 29 April 2014 at 5:06:44 AM, in
mid:337908978.20140428210...@mail.ru, Cafe Noir wrote:


 Maybe the last account added makes itself
 default if none is checked.  

If so, that behaviour must have crept in since my TB! version. I
always have none checked as default, because I do not know in advance
what mailto: urls I may click. I prefer to use the choose account
dialogue that comes up if no default is set.



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