Re: Spam filter

2001-11-14 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Joseph, @ 7:19:00 PM on 11/14/2001, Joseph N. wrote: JN What is the concept behind filtering for spam? This has been answered somewhat, but for the record: http://www.mail-archive.com/tbudl%40thebat.dutaint.com/msg17609.html

Re: still can't find info on syncing addressbook (TB/Palm)

2001-10-30 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Roberto, @ 5:16:51 PM on 10/30/01, Roberto Machorro wrote: RM No harm done ;) So I guess the obvious question now is: What kind RM of file format does TB's address book have?? I might be able to RM write a conduit that takes the Palm's addressbook and syncs it RM with TB's addressbook. That

Re: still can't find info on syncing addressbook (TB/Palm)

2001-10-29 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Roberto, @ 4:19:11 PM on 10/29/2001, Roberto Machorro wrote: RM I searched through all of the =. I only found how to sync e-mail RM with the Palm, which I had already done. But no sign on how to RM sync with the Addressbook. Sorry I couldn't help you more on that; I guess my mail turned out

Re: Form post behaviour

2001-10-28 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Marck, @ 5:10:49 AM on 10/28/2001, Marck D Pearlstone wrote: BC Anyway, I created a form with the action BC mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=foo, Oops. I meant to let you know I tried it without

Re: Form post behaviour

2001-10-27 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Marck, @ 4:57:00 AM on 10/27/2001, Marck D Pearlstone wrote: MDP I talking about HTML Forms which use the Action=POST method for MDP submission so that data is sent from the client Don't you mean method=POST? MDP via email rather than collected by cgi-bin or server side MDP scripting. Do

Re: Form post behaviour

2001-10-27 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Marck, @ 1:28:01 PM on 10/27/2001, Marck D Pearlstone wrote: MDP handled by TB and sent immediately. *However*, the connection MDP centre comes straight back up with a non-existent event with MDP nothing to send requiring an Abort task to get rid of it. Hmm, I see what you meant now (not

Re: Address book and Palm Addressbook data sharing

2001-10-27 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Roberto, @ 5:08:26 PM on 10/27/2001, Roberto Machorro wrote: RM Is it possible to sync The Bat's addressbook with Palm's RM addressbook? I have no problem syncing, receiving and sending RM e-mail, using the mail conduit. Just don't want to type in every RM address twice.

Re: SSL Authentication?

2001-10-02 Thread Brian Clark
\ Authentication section of your account properties, several options are listed (APOP, too, which is widely used). - -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 Crouching Bat!, Hidden Features v1.54/9/iKey1000 Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: PGP

Re: outrage

2001-09-26 Thread Brian Clark
, of the the moderators don't live in the United States. The server isn't even in the United States. The people that own the hardware don't even live in the United States. In other words, +#3y'r3 No+ 4/\/\3r1c4n. Roxor on, - -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.54 Beta/9/iKey1000, Windows 98

Ritlabs SecureBat! - suggestions

2001-06-22 Thread Brian Clark
) Hit OK. 4) Hit Abort. Then, when the problem has corrected itself, later, go through the same process to hide it once again. A Show/Hide toggle shortcut would make this process *much* easier. Unless, of course, I've overlooked an existing shortcut? Regards, Brian Clark

Re: url's not clickable in quoted text

2001-06-06 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Joseph, @ 12:23:49 PM on 6/6/2001, Joseph McDonald wrote: JM Has anyone noticed that URL's are not clickable in quoted text? Is JM this a bug, or a setting somewhere? No, I believe the functionality just isn't there. I've asked for this in the past. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here

Re: (No Subject)

2001-05-29 Thread Brian Clark
) doesn't give us any indication of what the topic might be. The appropriate thing to do in this case would have been to simply leave the subject blank. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.53 Beta/11/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Folder templates

2001-05-28 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Ottar, @ 5:32:41 PM on 5/28/2001, Ottar Grimstad wrote: OG I just discovered why folder templates could be dangerous. --(snip)-- Indeed. Join the club. :)) It'll almost make you detest ezmlm. (I still use a few though, and I've been bitten once) -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here

Re: (No Subject)

2001-05-20 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Sven, @ 8:06:58 PM on 5/19/01, Sven Reichelt wrote: Sometimes I feel that way, too. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.53 Beta/8/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http

Re: SecureBat !

2001-05-10 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Ryan, @ 10:16:30 AM on 5/10/2001, Ryan Phillips wrote: ... RP There is no security in obscurity. I'm quite familiar with that phrase, and I've used it myself on more than one occasion. But, that's just how the iKey works, sorry. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.53

Re: SecureBat !

2001-05-09 Thread Brian Clark
here is to take the iKey with you.. g If you're going to leave it plugged in while you're away, there's really no point in using it. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.53/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Guide to GnuPG and the Bat?

2001-05-06 Thread Brian Clark
PGP/MIME yet, but IIRC it's a planned addition. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto:[EMAIL

Re: PGP with 1.52c

2001-05-05 Thread Brian Clark
use example.com which is controlled by Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. I remember seeing this as a standard somewhere, but I can't find out if that is actually a fact. Anyway, that's what I use. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

Re: PGP with 1.52c

2001-05-05 Thread Brian Clark
this can be some sort of option in TB!'s plugin options called Use strict key matching or something along those lines. Maybe then everyone could be happy. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Feature Request

2001-05-04 Thread Brian Clark
weeks ago. :( JP The Bat! is awesome. T It is, isn't it? Very much so! -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com

Re: The wish list (was: Auto-expand messages lists ?)

2001-05-04 Thread Brian Clark
it. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] TBTech List: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Feature Request

2001-05-04 Thread Brian Clark
Alexander Leschinsky. -- -Brian Clark | PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] TBTech List: mailto

Re: Bringing newsgroup and mailing lists messages together

2001-05-01 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Jan, @ 4:30:25 AM on 5/1/2001, Jan Rifkinson wrote: ... Nick Xnews is a terrific (free) News Reader, and I highly recommend Nick it. JR Got a URL for us? In case Nick is snoozing, as I will be shortly: baseurl: http://xnews.3dnews.net/ beta: http://xnews.3dnews.net/test/ :) -- Brian

Re: The Bat!-GUI question

2001-05-01 Thread Brian Clark
fast. My processor is mid-range to slow (depending on who you talk to) these days, PII 400, but I have a lot of ram and very very fast disks. If the editor is taking 3 to 5 seconds to open, I tend to think that's abnormal. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer

Re: Warning! First worm that hits TB! too...

2001-04-28 Thread Brian Clark
of the land. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [SB! 1.52 Beta/12/iKey1000, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators

Re: Updating (was:Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work)

2001-04-25 Thread Brian Clark
one day. If that's not enough, T I'm sorry. I won't repeat it anytime soon. Good, then let someone with a little more patience answer questions from now on and you won't have to. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
history.. g). -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/11, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
@ 2:43:22 AM on 4/24/2001, Brian Clark wrote: ... BC Is there actually a macro called %NoSignComplete? If it is, it must be BC new because I don't see it in the help file with the other PGP related ..macros BC (yes, I know the help file macros is ancient history.. g). Make that, (yes, I know

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
file been updated? That macro isn't in the help file version I have. :\ The only other documentation I have on macros is a saved message from TBUDL quite a while ago listing the new AB macros. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
missed. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/11, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
? That makes three times I've looked for %NoSignComplete on that page, and that time I think I read each line twice. g Strange.. When you upgraded to the newest release, did you use the full install package or did you just grab the lone executable? -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
the Betas (single executable). -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/11, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com

Re: %NOSIGNCOMPLETE won't work

2001-04-24 Thread Brian Clark
file updates, but I haven't had (crossing fingers) really any problems at all. Every Beta I've used has been quite stable. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/11, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: PGP advice

2001-04-20 Thread Brian Clark
offering, and NA includes (but is not limited to) a greater choice of Symmteric NA Algorithms and I do believe offers PGP Disk. Yep, it does offer PGP Disk. :) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/9, Windows 98 (SE

Re: Problem with Macromedia and TheBat

2001-04-19 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Alberto, @ 3:17:02 AM on 4/19/2001, Alberto Almagioni wrote: AA I have some problem using Macromedia Fireworks 4 Or Macromedia Flash 5 AA when the Bat is working and this happens on two different machine: AA does some has the same problem? No problem with Fireworks and TB! here. -- Brian

Re: Digest (04/18/2001 13:58) Special Issue (#2001-989)

2001-04-19 Thread Brian Clark
someone's already explained. That usually doesn't happen on these lists though. I hope you feel better! Being sick stinks. :( -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/7, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

SECURITY.NNOV: The Bat! cr bug

2001-04-19 Thread Brian Clark
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Greetings TB! Users, In case any of your aren't on BugTraq (likely for the majority?), this was sent in a while ago. I haven't attached the original file attachment for obvious reasons, so if anyone is interested in it, I can send it to any of you

Re: Digest (04/18/2001 23:36) Special Issue (#2001-991)

2001-04-18 Thread Brian Clark
and it changes the subject to something like "Re: Digest (04/18/2001 23:36) Special Issue (#2001-991)" which means absolutely nothing to the reader. We have to open it and start reading to figure out if we want to bother reading it in the first place (see: Useless and of no help). -- B

Re: threading

2001-04-17 Thread Brian Clark
). -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/7, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: threading

2001-04-17 Thread Brian Clark
. :) (But that's a good thing.) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/7, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com

Re: can't delete text with del key anymore

2001-04-17 Thread Brian Clark
from the menu. I noticed that in the dialogue that pops up on right AE click there is no key-command shown for the delete command. AE Thanks in advance Sorry if this is a stupid question I first wasn't AE even sure if I'd post it! :-( -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer

Re: can't delete text with del key anymore

2001-04-17 Thread Brian Clark
(but you should be able to hit the Del key and have it delete characters or white-space, of course). AE Thanks in advance Sorry if this is a stupid question I first AE wasn't even sure if I'd post it! :-( Doesn't sound stupid to me at all. I'd have asked this question as well. -- Brian Clark

Re: take me off Please

2001-04-15 Thread Brian Clark
] Unsubscribe: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http

Re: Deleting HTML attachment (was: Uninstall Problem-Help.)

2001-04-14 Thread Brian Clark
to delete it. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mai

Re: Problems reading HTML messages

2001-04-14 Thread Brian Clark
, it wouldn't (in most cases) mean that your browser is broken. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives

Re: Problems reading HTML messages

2001-04-14 Thread Brian Clark
something to do with Eudora. I'm a former Eudora user, myself. Frankly, I'd never look back. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Uninstall Problem-Help.

2001-04-12 Thread Brian Clark
ndeletable HTML attachments? Not confirmed here, unless I'm going blind. :) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- _

Re: Deletion of HTML attchmt (was: Uninstall Problem-Help.)

2001-04-12 Thread Brian Clark
. I don't have any HTML mail over here at the moment to check the context menu, so I can verify the greyed out Delete menu there. -- Meet the newest Email-Parens family member, the bracket! -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8

Re: Deletion of HTML attchmt (was: Uninstall Problem-Help.)

2001-04-12 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Brian, @ 1:37:19 AM on 4/13/2001, Brian Clark wrote: ... BC context menu, so I can verify the greyed out Delete menu there. ^ 't -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8

Re: Deletion of HTML attchmt (was: Uninstall Problem-Help.)

2001-04-12 Thread Brian Clark
, T and here we have an example were it didn't. We want to find out why. OK, the next time I get an HTML attachment (as I have HTML auto-views disabled, too), I'll try it then report back in this thread. T That was my point. Hey, no problems here. :) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web

Re: Nice formatting

2001-04-08 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Joan, @ 2:45:20 PM on 4/8/2001, Joan Josep wrote: ... JJ Word wrap is set at 70, and PGP word wrap at 68. Disable PGP's Word Wrap setting and all should be well. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/4

Re: Default Column Width

2001-04-04 Thread Brian Clark
responding to. Untrimmed replies are a byproduct of top posting. As the old saying goes, "Out of sight, out of mind." -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98

Re: encrypted mail saving !?

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
a *Read* filter: Filtering Strings: Strings: \(PGP Decrypted\)$ Location: Subject Presence: Yes Actions tab: Check 'Delete the message' Then once you decrypt the message, read it, then close it, it deletes the decrypted copy and leaves the encrypted copy. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web

Re: encrypted mail saving !?

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
assume he's talking about a password protected TB!, but the message base is stored as plain text. Ugh, yes, I see. Another option, in any case, would be to install PGP and store your mail on a PGP Disk. But that's not an option for everyone. :( Oops, sorry Armin. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: encrypted mail saving !?

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
place before version 1.47, I wouldn't have seen it. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http

Re: Undo, Prievious view commands

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
+Down to move to the previous or next message while in preview mode. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Number in subject line

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
to remove the folder level for each folder that you want to use the default templates with. It can get really confusing. S And where on the template should it be placed? I think anywhere, but I place those types of macros on the first line. Try it and see what works best for you. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL

Re: Number in subject line

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
or a or folder4) in each template to track down which template is getting used. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Default Column Width

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
uration 6G I want NA specific to that one Folder only. Go into the Email tab in PGP Options and uncheck "Word wrap clear-signed messages at column: [ ]" That's the reason you're getting funky wrapping in your PGP signed messages. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer,

Re: Default Column Width

2001-04-03 Thread Brian Clark
t. Then go to View - Message List Columns. I've always taken that as the default, although your suggestion, Nick, works just the same. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

Re: Undo, Prievious view commands

2001-04-02 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Oleg, @ 3:47:31 AM on 4/2/2001, Oleg wrote: ... O Why not to delete messages by filter? In my case, what exactly would that accomplish? -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/3, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Default Column Width

2001-04-01 Thread Brian Clark
at the top of the columns in your message list window. Adjust them there. Then whenever you create a new folder (or when you right click on the folder and go to properties), put a check mark beside "Use the account default column settings." -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect

Re: PGP

2001-03-31 Thread Brian Clark
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi Gerd, @ 4:04:27 AM on 3/31/2001, Gerd Ewald wrote: ... And to finish this: now a new attempt to use GPG properly Came out just fine here. - -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here

Re: Website

2001-03-31 Thread Brian Clark
ght? http://www.ritlabs.com/the_bat/ http://www.ritlabs.com/the_bat/beta.html It could be a node between you and ritlabs.com. Try tracert (and traceroute in a shell on a remote server if you have that option) and see what it spits back. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Progr

Re: Undo, Prievious view commands

2001-03-31 Thread Brian Clark
would there be in allowing a user to delete a message, then hit Ctrl+Z if they deleted the wrong one (which happens often - especially since some of us get hundreds of pieces of email in a day). It's almost like RIT forgot to add an undo. g -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect

Re: Undo, Prievious view commands

2001-03-31 Thread Brian Clark
. It doesn't bug me too much really. Here's two more parens just for good measure: () (You never can have too many in one email message.) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/1, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Oddities

2001-03-30 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Pete, @ 1:05:09 PM on 3/30/2001, Pete P wrote: ... I don't know if it's even possible to solve these problems but what I'd sure like to know is: are there any others having similar problems?! Yes. I experience the same, daily. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer

Re: Invalid keys

2001-03-27 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Brian, @ 5:01:39 PM on 3/27/2001, Brian Clark wrote: [...] As applied to keys, IMHO, an invalid key should be a key that has been shown to belong to a different person from the stated user. A key that has not been possible to verify if it really belongs to its claimer through

Re: Simple questions

2001-03-26 Thread Brian Clark
and Drag. 2. How to alphabetically sort all folders? Try clicking on the bar labeled 'Folder' at the top of the column. Not sure if it'll sort alphabetically though (probably). -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB

Re: Handle-Handling and other E-Mail-address-input issues

2001-03-26 Thread Brian Clark
as "Cc:" addresses (in case of the handle being inserted in "Cc:", both types would go in there. I could go along with that I suppose. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/1, Windows 9

Re: Sticky send/fetch windows' positions

2001-03-14 Thread Brian Clark
minimize it, it won't stay there for good. When you send out another email, up it pops to the foreground once again. I'm getting tired of Alt-Tab, Esc, Alt-Tab (However, I'm between 21.6 - 26.4 kbps on dial-up). -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here

Weird icon effects

2001-03-14 Thread Brian Clark
), but this just happened to me for the first time ever. I just rebuilt the icon cache and that fixed it. You can do this with TweakUI (from the M$ site) or you can use this 8kb executable: "RebIC" http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/4414/Prod_Body.html#rebic -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTE

Re: replying to multiple mails in one reply?

2001-03-13 Thread Brian Clark
using copy and paste of course :-) That would be too cool! Very much so; I agree. Sorry for the "me too," moderators. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.52 Beta/1, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

Re: Windows off the screen

2001-03-05 Thread Brian Clark
is in focus): Alt once Down arrow twice Enter once Then use the arrow keys to move the window on screen. Or: Alt once Left arrow once. Down arrow twice Enter once Then use the arrow keys to move the window on screen. That may work. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer

Re: Windows off the screen

2001-03-05 Thread Brian Clark
ly looking for Help. :) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.51 Beta/1, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com

Re: reply Capitalize

2001-03-02 Thread Brian Clark
it into a release yet, or they didn't like my idea. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.51 Beta/1, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http

Re: From address and Reply to address

2001-02-28 Thread Brian Clark
be forced to type in the address manually (or use a handle). I just went with folder templates, and I try to be careful. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.51 Beta/1, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Ouch! Where Are My Messages?

2001-02-23 Thread Brian Clark
one morning, and I had go over and reinstall Windows. It turns out, he regularly runs scandisk and defrag. I have no earthly idea if this was directly related to TB! and folder compression. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8

Re: Ouch! Where Are My Messages?

2001-02-23 Thread Brian Clark
). I didn't mean to sound like I was terribly worried that TB! would trash the Operating System -- I'm far more worried about losing any archived mail. I do, however, backup all of my mail every other day, and as of a week ago I feel pretty prepared, should the worst happen. -- Brian Clark

Re: Archiving Messages - A btt off topic

2001-02-23 Thread Brian Clark
of trouble just for a simple mail archive though. :) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.49e, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives : http

Re: Moderators: Point of Order

2001-02-18 Thread Brian Clark
; They get mad when I ask them questions like, "Have you see the cat food?" or "I'm going to the store, do you need anything?" I have to repeat myself a few times before I get an answer.. very strange. -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is s

Re: TB! v1.49 - bypassing the group to a folder

2001-02-12 Thread Brian Clark
Hi John, @ 2:13:48 PM on 2/12/2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.49e, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build A] -- __ Archives

Re: Cannot access RIT Labs Web site

2001-02-12 Thread Brian Clark
on that address is the one that actually bounced, I think, but I don't remember the specific address. I didn't save the email, but I tried sending a notification to info@ and it bounced, too. I assumed it eventually made it through, because I haven't gotten anymore 'undeliverables.' -- Brian

Re: MailTicker

2001-02-10 Thread Brian Clark
display card is a Matrox G400 DH, DirectX is 7.0a. Diamond Viper v770 TNT2 Ultra DirectX 7.0 (4.07.00.0700) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer PGP is spoken here: 0xE4D0C7C8 [TB! 1.49e, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10 Build

Re: Thanks here's another one!

2001-02-07 Thread Brian Clark
Hi Tim, @ 8:39:21 AM on 2/7/2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GJT How do I reclaim TB!'s GJT rightful place as default mail client? In M$IE: [...] You can also refer to the FAQ for Netscalp and Operaw: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/howdoi.html#Mailto:%20(browser) -- Brian Clark [EMAIL

Re: ! 1.49: Message Column Lists moves to the right, message threading

2001-02-04 Thread Brian Clark
ng threads, you can use the left and right arrow keys as well. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/ Fax: 86

Re: Pasting text in message does not wrap

2001-02-04 Thread Brian Clark
paragraph). -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/ Fax: 864.942.7249 ...

Re: Help! where have all my menus gone?

2001-02-01 Thread Brian Clark
shift key and on the numeric keypad to the right of the Num Lock. I'm using an MS Natural though. [L][:;]["'][Enter] [,][.][?/][Shift] [Win][Menu][Ctrl] -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8

Re: How do I read in a file

2001-01-30 Thread Brian Clark
er include it in a template using (I think) %INCLUDE or %PUT (it's in the help file under 'Macros' or 'Template Macros.' The alternative would be to Edit - Paste From... -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web

Re: Help! where have all my menus gone?

2001-01-30 Thread Brian Clark
RRENT_USER\Software\RIT\The Bat! In the right pane, scroll down to "Simple Menus" and modify that value to 0 if it's set to 1. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer,

Re: small export-messages bug something strange...

2001-01-30 Thread Brian Clark
lto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] R List-Archive: http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com R R R Hello Everybody, R R when you wish to export a single message, you can't select the R 'desktop' folder (as in: the 'root' of the tree) -- ....... Brian Cl

Re: The Bat! - bug report

2001-01-30 Thread Brian Clark
Hello Lija, (L == "Lija") [EMAIL PROTECTED] coined: MDP messages' text is touching the LHS of the ticker. L Pardon Me For Jumping In, what is LHS?--- Left Hand Side? :) -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Help! where have all my menus gone?

2001-01-30 Thread Brian Clark
that combo in a Swedish keyboard layout. See: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (3rd in thread) -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/

Re: Help! where have all my menus gone?

2001-01-29 Thread Brian Clark
menus have vanished too, This one smacked me in the face, too, a few weeks ago. ;) Ctrl+Alt+Shift+/ And everything should be back to normal. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and

Re: Confirm imap support

2001-01-29 Thread Brian Clark
who cares? -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/ Fax: 864.942.7249 ... TB! 1.49c, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

Re: shortcut for checking mail outside TB!

2001-01-29 Thread Brian Clark
t+F2 don't. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/ Fax: 864.942.7249 ... TB! 1.49c, Windows 98 (SE) 4.10

Re: Books to learn regular expressions?

2001-01-28 Thread Brian Clark
re gentile. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227.0750 http://www.fusionwerks.com/ Fax: 864.942.7249 .

Re: Books to learn regular expressions?

2001-01-27 Thread Brian Clark
only read half of it. If I, a.k.a. Regular Expression Gotcha Victim, had to recommend one, that one would be it. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP-KeyID: 0xE4D0C7C8 Web Architect, Designer, and Programmer Tel: 864.227

Re: Can't download messages

2001-01-26 Thread Brian Clark
(BC == "Brian Clark") [EMAIL PROTECTED] cried: BC then uninstalled TB! -- while totally bypassing TBDUL -- because ^ Ahhh, youknowwhatImeant! zZZZ, BG -- -Brian -- _

Re: Reading confirmation templates

2001-01-25 Thread Brian Clark
e this yet, is that some one would to start considering these auto-replies as UCE, when they're obviously not, and get myself black-holed. Maybe I just woke up on the wrong side of the Bed this morning. -- ....... Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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