Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 May 00, at 7:51, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": There was also this great guy called Bill Gates who put everything that people wanted into a large, monolithic application. It is now unwieldy, bloated, difficult to use and understand. That's true.

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 May 00, at 7:48, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Have you thought of using the 'total' and 'total unread' columns in the message list? It can easily tell you how many messages are in each thread and how many messages in each thread are unread. You can

Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 19:40, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: auto-format is too robotic isn'": My suggestion would be, never to cancel hard returns. This should solve everything. Allie, will you please understand that within plain/text medium there is no way for the program to

Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 May 00, at 14:57, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?": Allie, will you please understand that within plain/text medium there is no way for the program to distinguish between _your_ hard returns and the hard returns inserted by the

Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 May 00, at 14:48, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?": Mistake #1. You're thinking that there are only lines. I see only data which can be represented any number of ways. Let's just say that just because the limitation exists when

Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?

2000-05-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
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Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 13:05, Cristian Secara wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Cristian, I think you miss the following point: when you browse the messages in a _separate_ window, there is a _hidden_ (by default) message list there (you need to tick View--Message List in the menus of

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 6:43, Eberhard Hafermalz wrote about "Re[2]: TB! WishList": It's already there and is called "MIME forwarding". Have a look at Account options-- Templates-- Forwarding. Indeed - never would have suspected it there in the first place but it is there.

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 7:26, Eberhard Hafermalz wrote about "Re[2]: TB! WishList": a) Is it possible to change the order of folders in any account? Alt-dragging. BTW, _this_ is covered in the online help;-) b) I have tried the "thread by reference" option. It doesn't really work

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 13:31, Eberhard Hafermalz wrote about "Re[2]: TB! WishList": Enable Auto-Format. When allied with Auto-Wrap, that's what it does. Nope, it doesn't. At least not the way it should. Try it. Type a line with less chars than the wrap limit. Press RETURN. Type

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 16:17, Cristian Secara wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Cristian, I think you miss the following point: when you browse the messages in a _separate_ window, there is a _hidden_ (by default) message list there (you need to tick View--Message List in the menus of

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 8:40, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": And, again, how can I keep them synchronized (at least the cursor movement) ? This is a pet peeve of mine. The cursor movement should be synchronised and would make you a lot more comfortable, not having

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 16:54, Cristian Secara wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Next is *not* intuitive. When I am saying "what's next ?" I mean what's new. What is your native language? I'm just curious, since when _I_ say "what's next?" (in Russian: þÔÏ ÄÁÌØÛÅ?), _I_ usually mean

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 9:18, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Nah, I don't like this idea. Suppose I'm working with the separate folder view (separate window), and now I want to look at yet another message _in the same_ folder. Now I just go to the three-pane view,

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 9:24, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Finally, the sad fact that _you_ find no use for the separate message list doesn't mean _others_ don't need it. I find it pretty cool to be able to efficiently work with one and the same folder sorted

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 16:22, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": %TO=""%TO="%OFROMNAME on TBUDL[EMAIL PROTECTED]" Hahaaa! Thanks! It works! =B-D Gee, and a while ago when I wrote that folder templates did it you replied that it didn't have anything to do

Re: date-time formatting

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 15:38, Pim Slim wrote about "date-time formatting": Hoi TBUDL-readers, Your greeting line (specifically the first word of it) sounds a bit... hmmm... eccentric for the Russian ear;-) Or was it intended to sound this way? In my message list the date-time

Re: TB! WishList

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 May 00, at 7:34, Stephen wrote about "Re: TB! WishList": Flexibility? I thread some of my view folder message listing while I keep the mail list unthreaded. If there was only one list then I couldn't do this. snip So I think the title bar should at least say

Re: auto-format is too robotic isn't it?

2000-05-01 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 1 May 00, at 18:05, Randy Robinson wrote about "Re: auto-format is too robotic isn'": You've found the one thing I hate about TheBat! It's the best program around, but I guess you can't have everything! It has a very strange idea of what autoformatting is. I wanted

Re: TB! WishList

2000-04-30 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 30 Apr 00, at 15:15, SyP wrote about "Re[2]: TB! WishList": 7. Forward/Reply of multiple msg Merge them into one, attach all attachments in the forward mode to the merged text file. Add up all the subjects into one and put it into the subject field. Duplicate subjects

Re: Kill filters for what? [faster message download]

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 27 Apr 00, at 14:36, Sir Jinx! wrote about "Kill filters for what? [faster mess": OK, in order to skip downloading first the message headers, I have to set a kill filter, but for what? How do I do that? In order to make downloading faster, you

OT: Modifications to English;-)

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hello all, Just decided to share this with you;-) ---8 The European Commission have just announced an agreement whereby English will be the official language of the EU, rather than German, which was the other possibility. As part of the negotiations, Her Majesty's government

Re: Continuosly message downloading

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 27 Apr 00, at 9:54, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: Continuosly message downloading": Have you told TB! to delete messages once downloaded? Even with this unchecked, TB! keeps a tally of which messages have already been downloaded to prevent duplicated downloads. For a

Re: SOT: Graphics

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 27 Apr 00, at 17:43, Markus Gloede wrote about "SOT: Graphics": Anybody know the rules for such references (ie. img src pointing to separately attached images)? For specific reasons I need to create HTM emails (yuk!) with properly embedded images (yukyuk!) and I don't want

Re: OT: Modifications to English;-)

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 27 Apr 00, at 9:27, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: OT: Modifications to English;-)": ZE DREAM VIL FINALI KUM TRU! Unfortunately, like most decent jokes it has been retold, poorly, with no credit to its lineage. I do believe Mark Twain was the man who started this

Re: OT: Modifications to English;-)

2000-04-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi Gary! On 17:24, 27 Apr 00, you wrote about "Re: OT: Modifications to English;-)": BTW, I have installed SuSE and it installed without a hitch, except for my modem. It will not find it. I have an ISA PNP so it should. I have used many setserial commands to use COM3 and IRQ 5, but it

Re: Forwarding Filtered message plus file

2000-04-25 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 25 Apr 00, at 22:41, Simon wrote about "Forwarding Filtered message plus fi": I've got an on-line form setup that e-mails user input to my e-mail address. I am filtering the e-mails to a folder. I want to be able to auto-respond to the filtered message but to sending to a

Re: Sentence on download.com

2000-04-24 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 24 Apr 00, at 18:37, Tony Boom wrote about "Re: Sentence on download.com": PF We need something Madison Avenue punchy. How about? The Bat! email client. Everything else is just Guano! Comparative advertisement... -- SY, Alex (St.Petersburg, Russia)

Re: Sentence on download.com

2000-04-24 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 24 Apr 00, at 16:43, Paula Ford wrote about "Re: Sentence on download.com": BTW, what the heck is "imperative"?;-)) "the imperative mood or a verb form or verbal phrase expressing it" Basically, the sentence should begin with a verb. Ah, thanks;-)) Slogan needs to

Re: Sentence on download.com

2000-04-24 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 24 Apr 00, at 16:07, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: Sentence on download.com": ROTFL! I love it! Maybe RIT can actually use this one in another context. The Bat!. Power and ease for efficient e-mail management. :-) ìÅÔÕÞÉÊ íÙÛ. ëÒÕÐÎÙÊ É Ô×ÅÒÄÙÊ. îÁÓÔÏÑÝÉÊ Ú×ÅÒØ!:-) Ah,

Re: Sentence on download.com

2000-04-24 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 24 Apr 00, at 18:00, Paula Ford wrote about "Re: Sentence on download.com": ìÅÔÕÞÉÊ íÙÛ. ëÒÕÐÎÙÊ É Ô×ÅÒÄÙÊ. îÁÓÔÏÑÝÉÊ Ú×ÅÒØ!:-) Ah, pardon, that's in Russian and besides it doesn't sound the same in English... Something like The Bat. Large and rigid[1]. A real

Re: Re-Sending Messages

2000-04-22 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 22 Apr 00, at 18:56, System Admin wrote about "Re-Sending Messages": Also am I right that there is still no proper backup method, apart from copying the whole directory and exporting the registry key ? If I am will there ever be a proper export/backup method ? Proper export

Re: Printing of quoted text in bold?

2000-04-22 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 22 Apr 00, at 19:08, Jan-Arild LÛkstad wrote about "Printing of quoted text in bold?": Several people, on some of the mailing lists I'm on, have the "nasty habit" of inserting a space in front of the quote character. The result of this is that the text doesn't print in bold

Re: 1.42?

2000-04-21 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 21 Apr 00, at 1:00, Dirk Heiser wrote about "Re: 1.42?": On Fri, 21 Apr 2000 01:57:01 +0400, you wrote: AVK Why? This is quite simple indeed: TB is capable of deleting attachment from AVK messages, right? Further, the attached MSG file is just a valid RFC822

Re: General/Wish/RAR Help

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 19 Apr 00, at 19:52, David Smith wrote about "General/Wish/RAR Help": Finally, I have a question regarding RAR and the PGP dll's. The documentation is unclear; are the dll's from the download page necessary in order to use an external PGP program with TB? When I did a

Re: Word wrap and paragraph markers

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 21:16, Woofie wrote about "Word wrap and paragraph markers": I only have one complaint about TB...otherwise it is a great email prog. The complaint is the EOL character or paragraph marker that is inserted at the end of each line in the message body

Re: Corrupted message base?

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 18:24, Michael Heydekamp wrote about "Corrupted message base?": When I shut down TB! it compresses all folders. When it comes to the Inbox of the second account, for 35 secs. I see a message box "Compressing folder Inbox" and then get another message box

Re: 1.42?

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 18:59, Oliver Sturm wrote about "1.42?": I'm not on TBBETA, so I'd like to ask here: Does anyone know when 1.42 will be available? I've noticed there must have been at least 17 betas out yet and the announcements for new features looked great. So I'm

Re: 1.42?

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 13:24, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: 1.42?": You left out another major enhancement. Improved MIME digest support where it creates a virtual folder for MIME attached messages. :-) Nope, I don't like the way it works;-( Besides, it's a bit buggy: try clicking

Re: 1.42?

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 20:32, Michael Heydekamp wrote about "Re: 1.42?": AD I believe release will appear soon since no crashes and ugly bugs AD have been found at the moment. Not sure. See my recent posting "Message base corrupted?". Have you tried my suggestion?;-) Did it work

Re: Word wrap and paragraph markers

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 14:39, Januk Aggarwal wrote about "Re: Word wrap and paragraph markers": Don't worry, you're not the only one in that minority. I'll stick with you. If you want to reformat a paragraph, I've found that all I need to do is select the lines I want to reformat

Re: 1.42?

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 15:50, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: 1.42?": Nope, I don't like the way it works;-( Besides, it's a bit buggy: try clicking either of the buttons "delete and move" when browsing MIME digest;-) I've noted as well that TB! still treats MIME digest

Re: OT: spaces after. (was: Word wrap and paragraph markers)

2000-04-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Apr 00, at 15:28, Steve Lamb wrote about "OT: spaces after. ": Got into the habit of hitting two spaces after hard stops a good 10+ years ago. It is 2nd nature now. Actually, it's the standard of US/British typesetting also;-) Take any book from your bookshelve and

Re: Japanese

2000-04-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 17 Apr 00, at 14:05, Gary wrote about "Japanese": I have someone who is interested in TB! in the States here, and he wondered if he can receive things in Japanese. Does a Cyrillic character set cover this? Joking?;-) Cyrillic is for Slavic languages, like Russian,

Re: writing to message header

2000-04-16 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 15 Apr 00, at 21:48, Chuck Smith wrote about "writing to message header": Is is possible to write tot message header? I noticed this evening on the PGP-users list that one of the users in including a link in the message header to his PGP public key like this: Well, I can

Re: LinuxBat now!

2000-04-15 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 15 Apr 00, at 16:44, Arno van Stralen wrote about "Re[2]: LinuxBat now!": Opera Software, I agree, has been a bit - how am I going to put this politically correct :-) - too enthousiatic when proclaiming version 4.0. However, Opera is the leading browser on CSS technology and

Re: strange feature request

2000-04-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Apr 00, at 19:26, Patrick Erler wrote about "Re[2]: strange feature request": http://ftp.dresden-online.com/~perler/files/shot.gif This link will never work;-) You link to ftp site via http protocol... as we see you are not able to send a simple attachement, we decided

Re: strange feature request

2000-04-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Apr 00, at 11:32, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: strange feature request": it is absolute legitime to expand a program No, it is not. The one constant of the software world is that specialized programs will always function better in their assigned roll than the same

Re: strange feature request

2000-04-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Apr 00, at 13:18, Steve Lamb wrote about "Re: strange feature request": This ideal setup that you're speaking of imposes an increased degree of complexity to the user. He buys an e-mail application and now has to worry about getting an editor and now has to

Re: kill dupes

2000-04-13 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 13 Apr 00, at 12:14, Tony Boom wrote about "Re: kill dupes": MDP Not on the current version. Perhaps V2? I've seen this phrase appear on many, many messages. Is it a cookie or is there actually a V2 pending? If so, when can we expect it's release. If this version

Re: thread by reference

2000-04-13 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 13 Apr 00, at 11:53, Chuck Smith wrote about "thread by reference": I have been playing around with viewing messages by thread recently. I was not even aware that this feature was available until recently. Nice feature to have, but I have one mailing list that when I try to

Re: The Bat! - suggestions

2000-04-12 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 12 Apr 00, at 21:16, Oliver Sturm wrote about "Re: The Bat! - suggestions": Nowadays, most of list already support RFC-2369 (including this list), so supporting RFC-2369 very useful. I like the idea ;), but what is RFC-2369? It's the RFC that describes the "list

Re: Anti virus software and The Bat!

2000-04-10 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 10 Apr 00, at 13:09, Marek Mikus wrote about "Re[2]: Anti virus software and The Bat!": Okay, guys, let's _stop_ finally introducing our own favourite antiviruses! If you really want to know, which AV tools are the best, go and look at the latest Virus Bulletin results. These

Re: OS's

2000-04-08 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 8 Apr 00, at 11:03, Thomas Fernandez wrote about "Re: OS's": AVK OS/2 port will probably become available in the due time, too, since AVK Win32/OS2 project has been incorporated into the Wine one about a year AVK ago... Speaking of Wine, which I have seen mentioned on

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-04-08 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 8 Apr 00, at 18:05, Michael Heydekamp wrote about "Re: Using Macros for header (%RETUR": I'll bet the Return-Path: in your example has been added by _your_ SMTP server, NOT by TB. The reason might be the will of your sysadmin to ensure that the automated replies (like

Re: OS's

2000-04-07 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 7 Apr 00, at 12:55, Gary wrote about "Re[4]: OS's": M It will possible to do it, when Inprise create Delphi for Linux :-) I thought Borland had Delphi (shows you how far I have been out of it). There must be some compiler that would work sufficiently fast for Linux.

Re: The Bat! and Windows 2000

2000-04-07 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 7 Apr 00, at 9:17, Christian Dysthe wrote about "The Bat! and Windows 2000": I am back on this list after have been woring on a Linux box for a year or so. What Linux really misses is an e-mail client like The Bat! Mahogany? 0.50 seems to be pretty comparable, although I

Re: OS's

2000-04-07 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 8 Apr 00, at 0:47, Thomas Fernandez wrote about "Re: OS's": CV What operating systems will TB run on? M$ products. A Linux/unix version has been requested repeatedly. I don't know anything about OS/2. OS/2 port will probably become available in the due time, too, since

Re: storing messages in mailbox or individually

2000-04-03 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 3 Apr 00, at 10:34, SyP wrote about "storing messages in mailbox or individually": what is the main reason for storing the messages in one big file per folder? Works faster;-) Wouldn't it be nicer if TB used one file per message? NTFS and also ReiserFS on Linux can

Re: Palm III

2000-04-02 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 2 Apr 00, at 16:48, Andreas Rumpenhorst wrote about "Palm III": a long time ago somebody asked if The Bat! is going to be developed not only for Linux then for PDAs like 3Com's Palm. I don't remember the answer. Will there be a The Bat! for Palm? Sinchronizing between PC

Re: Changing folder in Folder View, etc.

2000-03-31 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 31 Mar 00, at 14:04, Simon wrote about "Re: Changing folder in Folder View, etc.": What can I say? Thanks on behalf of all the people here who aren't native English-speakers for this refreshing discussion;-))) P.S. I don't want you to proceed with the analysis of the phrase

Re: Changing folder in Folder View, etc.

2000-03-31 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 31 Mar 00, at 23:17, tracer wrote about "Re: Changing folder in Folder View,": What can I say? Thanks on behalf of all the people here who aren't native English-speakers for this refreshing discussion;-))) P.S. I don't want you to proceed with the analysis of the

Re: Templates and Clipboard

2000-03-27 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 27 Mar 00, at 6:28, dMb wrote about "Templates and Clipboard": As far as I understand, it's somehow related to the regexp I've lately made on request of one of the listmembers. Try this (quoting my own message): start quote

Re: Import of Pegasus Address Books

2000-03-26 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 25 Mar 00, at 18:30, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote about "Import of Pegasus Address Books": I've read the FAQ messages about this subject but still have a question. Yeah, that faq was suggested by me;-) One of the messages I read indicated that one should use the Mail System

Re: Unforntuantely!

2000-03-22 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 22 Mar 00, at 21:51, Simon wrote about "Unforntuantely!": Does this word come up as a spelling error in anyone's spell checker? Unforntuantely Doesn't in mine. Looks like a new word slipped into the language when I was not looking. :)) This spelling is better

Re: Multiple aliases

2000-03-21 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 23:51, Thomas Fernandez wrote about "Re: Multiple aliases": I think this would not only overcomplicate usage - as well as programme development, thus inviting bugs - but also bloat the thing. AVK I don't think so. IMHO this would mean that I have not

Re: Message ID

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 11:27, Thomas Fernandez wrote about "Re: Message ID": AFAIK every email programme generates these. Check your incoming mail that was sent with other mailers. I'm no expert on RFC's but would assume this is somewhere in RFC822. Nope, it's strictly optional by

Re: Multiple aliases

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 17:39, Thomas Fernandez wrote about "Re: Multiple aliases": S All I was saying was that it we be good for people like me (and there are S millions of us) to be able to retrieve mail from multiple POP3 mailboxes to S one account within TB! without setting up

Re: trouble with attachments

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 15:27, Nikolai Fink wrote about "trouble with attachments": Did anyone ever had trouble with attachments in the Sent folder. My Sent folder looses attachments on E-mails after awhile. I really don't know when this happen but somtimes and after a while the

RE: Misc. problems Windows 2000

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 19:05, Mark Aston wrote about "RE: Misc. problems Windows 2000": large snip So TB! has the dubious honour of being the only application which has forced me to power down W2k in order to unfreeze it, hence I'm not using it at present:-( Just wait until your

Re: Misc. problems Windows 2000

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 17:37, Martyn Drake wrote about "Misc. problems Windows 2000": I'm not entirely sure what I've done to my Windows 2000 systems, but I'm having a tremendous time trying to persaude The Bat! to import messages from Outlook Express 5.0 or Eudora Light 3.06. I

Re: remove from address book

2000-03-20 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 20 Mar 00, at 17:15, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote about "remove from address book": Okay, will this AOL idiot get lost finally? He seems to be able to set up an autoresponder. Never thought an AOL user would ever succeed in doing it;-). But right now he's just spamming the list!

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-03-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 17 Mar 00, at 4:59, Andrey G. Sergeev (AKA Andris wrote about "Re: Using Macros for header (%RETUR": AVK Note the _absence_ of the return-path: field. The latter field is added by the AVK "transport system that deliveres message to the recipient", not by the AVK originator

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-03-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
eturn-Path:" to the reply-address resp. "Reply-To:" Nope, I cannot confirm this. Here is what TB sends to the SMTP server in this case: -8--- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 18:22:41 +0300 From: "Alexander V. Kiselev" [EMAIL PROTECTED] X-Mailer: The Bat! (v1.41) Personal

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-03-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 17 Mar 00, at 19:39, Michael Wieczorek wrote about "Re: Using Macros for header (%RETUR": (A) if the reply-address (entered in "Edit User"-General) is different from my send address respectivly my From-Address, TB set the "Return-Path:" to the reply-address resp.

Re: Inappropriate windows respond to ESC

2000-03-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 17 Mar 00, at 23:48, John Sullivan wrote about "Inappropriate windows respond to ESC": I'm currently using 1.42 Beta/3, but this issue has been around for ages now (including many proper releases). skip I don't think Escape should cancel either window: there are other

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-03-15 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 15 Mar 00, at 22:17, Stefan Tanurkov wrote about "Re: Using Macros for header (%RETUR": MW Using the macro MW %RETURNPATH=""%RETURNPATH="[EMAIL PROTECTED]" the MW Return-Path in the header is setting to "Return-Path: MW [EMAIL PROTECTED]", that is right. But if I save the

Re: Helo error

2000-03-15 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 16 Mar 00, at 0:02, Andrey G. Sergeev (AKA Andris wrote about "Re: Helo error": AVK EHLO default AGSAA ^ AGSAA ...And this is an incorrect (at least not recommended) behaviour. :-) Of course I know that it is valid syntax. You (and probably some other

Re: Using Macros for header (%RETURNPATH=...)

2000-03-15 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
ate: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 03:06:57 +0300 From: "Alexander V. Kiselev" [EMAIL PROTECTED] X-Mailer: The Bat! (v1.41) Personal Reply-To: "Alexander V. Kiselev" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Organization: Home Sweet Home X-Priority: 3 (Normal) Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: How to open attached files with .EML file extensions?

2000-03-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Mar 00, at 8:52, Uwe Brockmann wrote about "Re: How to open attached files with .EML...": Hello guys, I'm not even trying to shed some light to the problem discussed by you (although if I were you, I'd first of all compare the IE versions you've got outta there;-) IMHO,

Re: Helo error

2000-03-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 13 Mar 00, at 22:30, John Killeen wrote about "Helo error": SEND: server reports error. The response is: syntactically invalid HELO argument(s). Get hold of the SMTP session log and send it to RIT labs;-) I've got no other ideas right now. Usually, the SMTP session is

Re: TB! Version info

2000-03-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Mar 00, at 20:26, Mark Aston wrote about "Re: TB! Version info": S I take it you are not a big fan of speedy little shell extensions Mark :) Well since I installed W2k on my 166 *nothing* could be described as even remotely 'speedy' :-) so I tend not to

Re: Possible bug / problem

2000-02-17 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 16 Feb 00, at 21:44, JWorley wrote about "Possible bug / problem": I work with a bunch of Outlook / MS Office users and have noticed something strange. Whenever they forward a message to me that has an attached document I do not get the attached file. The Bat shows that

Re: Why not highlighting the newest message in the folder ?

2000-02-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 13 Feb 00, at 17:34, Januk Aggarwal wrote about "Re: Why not highlighting the newest...": For Russian, it _is_. It's all the same as for you. When I need to start typing Russian rather then English (or whatever Latin-based language), I just press right Ctrl button once,

Re: The Bat! - bug report

2000-02-14 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 14 Feb 00, at 11:54, Nick Andriash wrote about "Re: The Bat! - bug report": PMMail2000. I tried that Program a while back, and a few things I found I didn't like. For one, I just couldn't get PMMail to thread messages. It would group the messages of the same subject

Re: Header question

2000-02-13 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 12 Feb 00, at 23:44, Tom Plunket wrote about "Header question": I'm on this mailing list that sets Resent-Reply-To to the list address instead of setting Reply-To at all. Is this appropriate? If so, TB! doesn't honor it. Should it? Certainly fits into the idea of not

Re: Why not highlighting the newest message in the folder ?

2000-02-13 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 13 Feb 00, at 16:40, Januk Aggarwal wrote about "Re: Why not highlighting the newest": TB!'s keyboard navigation is another thing for me. I resist learning it because I simply *KNOW* that there is no reason whatsoever for it to be so cranky and awkward. It is

Re: The Bat! - suggestions : Priority Level

2000-02-10 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 11 Feb 00, at 0:34, Syafril Hermansyah wrote about "Re: The Bat! - suggestions : Priority level": Ijust check Eudora Light 3.05, you right it has 5 level and can change the tag; Netscape 4.71 5-level (can change the tag), and Pegasus 3.12b only 2-level but

Re: Unable to enter cyrillic characters (KOI8-R) in new message

2000-02-10 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 10 Feb 00, at 10:54, Charles Armstrong wrote about "Unable to enter cyrillic characters": Hey, you _really_ speak Cyrillic-based languages? Maybe even Russian?;-) Well, answering your question... Goto Account--Properties--Templates --New Message--Use Character Set: and set it

Re: Wish List

2000-02-09 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 8 Feb 00, at 23:21, Paula Ford wrote about "Re: Wish List": :( I kept the last published list around for the longest time, then deleted it in a housekeeping frenzy, thinking others had copies. Does no one have one of the versions sent to the list among the 1000s of

Re: Use of Quote Character in TB

2000-02-08 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 8 Feb 00, at 13:54, Nick Andriash wrote about "Re: Use of Quote Character in TB": Steve, I went looking for the RFC that pertains to allowable quote prefixes, and be darned if I can find it. I've run out of ideas of what to use as a keyword search criteria at: Nick, I'm

RE: Filtering not working for only one sender - the rest is OK, how come ?

2000-02-08 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 9 Feb 00, at 10:59, Nick Rout wrote about "RE: Filtering not working for only ": wellthat would be telling tales wouldn't it.. So you didn't buy windows? grin Well, it's more complicated then that. Of course, each program has bugs. It's the matter of *what* bugs

Re: Default Viewing for (S)HTML Messages ?

2000-02-05 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 5 Feb 00, at 11:04, Nick Andriash wrote about "Default Viewing for (S)HTML Message": Whenever I receive an (S)HTML message, I'm provided with two tabs at the bottom... one label reads (1), and the other reads (part2.shtml). How do I change TB's default of always viewing the

Re: OT was Re[2]: Message autoview window (was Re: If I was creative there would be a good subject here)

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 4 Feb 00, at 15:43, Oleg Zalyalov wrote about "OT was Re[2]: Message autoview window": Friday, February 04, 2000, Steve Lamb wrote to [EMAIL PROTECTED] about Message autoview window (was Re: If I was creative there would be a good subject here): SL I'd send in a pic

Re: If I was creative there would be a good subject here

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 3 Feb 00, at 23:04, Paula Ford wrote about "Re: If I was creative there would be...": OK, you are now unto something. :) Both Agent and X-News have a feature that I think would provide you with your solution. They both allow you to view, in the body of your messages,

Re: If I was creative there would be a good subject here

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
sonal Reply to: John De Hoog [EMAIL PROTECTED]> Organization: Tokyo To: "Alexander V. Kiselev" [EMAIL PROTECTED]> Copies to: Stan Polozov [EMAIL PROTECTED]> Subject: Re[2]: Success with Japanese But anyhow, I don't like how it works, I personally

Re: Message autoview window

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 4 Feb 00, at 11:01, Allie Martin wrote about "Re: Message autoview window": Your welcome. BTW, you have my vote for the best rogue photo. Mine, too;-) BTW, speaking about these photos: Nick Danger looks really dangerous, and Mark Aston looks astonishing... yeah,

Re: Parked, so to speak.

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 4 Feb 00, at 20:34, Oleg Zalyalov wrote about "Re[2]: Parked, so to speak.": Does it make sense to anyone? AVK Nope, for me it doesn't. I meant did anyone understood my post. :( Russian ÷ÓÅ ÐÏÎÑÌ, ËÒÏÍÅ ÆÉÎÁÌØÎÏÇÏ ×ÏÐÒÏÓÁ:-) ëÒÕÔÏ! /Russian AVK I'd better have a clear

Re: Parked, so to speak.

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 4 Feb 00, at 21:29, Oleg Zalyalov wrote about "Re[2]: Parked, so to speak.": Friday, February 04, 2000, Alexander V. Kiselev wrote to [EMAIL PROTECTED] about Parked, so to speak.: AVK Do you see any sense in forcing inability to *move* the message to another

Re: Show from during download

2000-02-04 Thread Alexander V. Kiselev
Hi there! On 4 Feb 00, at 12:58, Nick Andriash wrote about "Re: Show from during download": Confirmed, I had not tried this feature for a while, so I just tested it, it seems once the header is downloaded that the message is gone from the server. I personally don't mind this, I

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