Hotkeys for expanding/collapsing threads?

2020-05-21 Thread Melissa Reese

Hello,

It's been a while, and I've forgotten many of the hotkey combinations I used
to use for various functions while reading mail and following discussion
threads.

Ever since clicking on "Help" sends us to a website instead of opening up
"in-program" help files, I've found "Help" much less helpful. There used to
be a very long list of key combinations for all sorts of functions, and I
can't find that list anywhere. Perhaps it still exists, but I'm just not
looking in the right places?

In any event, I'd at least appreciate being reminded of the hotkey
combinations for expanding and collapsing individual threads. Any help here,
and for finding the list of all other key combinations would be very much
appreciated.

Thanks!

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Melissa

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Re: TB not exiting properly

2020-05-21 Thread Susanne
Hello,

Thursday, May 21, 2020, 11:25:26 AM, Melissa wrote:

> I suppose the only potentially useful aspect of mentioning my past and
> current experiences is that these issues don't seem to happen consistently,
> and I have no idea why/why not.

Thank you!

It helps to know that it's not a setting I somehow messed up.
Never had the problem with previous versions.

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Re: TB not exiting properly

2020-05-21 Thread Susanne
Hello,

Thursday, May 21, 2020, 2:41:25 AM, jb wrote:

> It is a long standing problem. 

Thanks!
I guess, I've been one of the lucky ones and have never encountered
the problem until this version!

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Re: TB not exiting properly

2020-05-21 Thread Melissa Reese
Hello Julian, you wrote:

>> I've noticed that TB is not exiting properly when I hit the x. Whenever I
>> do and later try to start TB again, I am told there is still and instance
>> running and have to end task in the Task manager, before I can start the
>> program again.

> It is a long standing problem. I was supposed to have been fixed in TB!
> v9.x but I still have the same issue. It also means that TB! automatically
> starts with Windows, whether or not I want it to.

Not sure it's helpful to note, but just for the record, I've not been
experiencing either of these issues with TB v9.x and Windows 10.

In the past (with older versions of TB and Windows), I've *only very
occasionally* seen the shutdown/task management issue, but haven't seen it
for a long time, and certainly not since using v9.x on a new computer
(moving to new computer is very recent).

I've also *never* seen the "starts with Windows" issue with any version of
TB and/or Windows (never selected that option either -- ever since TB v1.x).

I suppose the only potentially useful aspect of mentioning my past and
current experiences is that these issues don't seem to happen consistently,
and I have no idea why/why not.

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Re: TB not exiting properly

2020-05-21 Thread jb_lists_tb
On Thursday, May 21, 2020, 2:26:09 AM, Susanne wrote:

> I've noticed that TB is not exiting properly when I hit the x.
> Whenever I do and later try to start TB again, I am told there is
> still and instance running and have to end task in the Task manager,
> before I can start the program again.

It is a long standing problem. I was supposed to have been fixed in TB!
v9.x  but  I  still  have  the  same  issue.  It  also  means that TB!
automatically starts with Windows, whether or not I want it to.

Ritlabs  are  aware of the issue and there was a particular reason for
it,  but  I  cannot  remember the technical details now, although I am
sure that someone else on here does and will chip in.


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Re: Change "From" field under a single account

2020-05-21 Thread Christopher Warrington
On 2020-05-18 at  4:23 AM, Andrew Savchenko  wrote:
> How can I change "From" field under a single account?
>
> Picture this:
> 1. Several domains are pointing to a single MX/MTA
> 2. I receive and send e-mails for/from using the MX in question

I have a similar setup. The different domains have different uses, so I've
sorted them into different folders already. I then set the Identity of the
folder (under the folder's Properties), which lets me customize both the
name and the from address.

You could also look at using a reply macro to check %OTOADDR and use that to
set %FROM.

A warning: the identity settings are used to compose messages whenever that
folder is selected. The is usually the right thing to do. However, I have
mistakenly sent a message as postmaster@ because I forget to change folders
first and pressed Ctrl-N. (The From drop-down still works; I just didn't
notice in time.) This is why I tend to use address book templates over
folder templates whenever I can: they get applied based on who I'm mailing,
not where their message ended up.

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