I no longer participate in the list because of the flame wars
instigated by Steve Lamb.
I peruse the digest on occasion, but he has certainly turned me off of
His attitude of "If you don't like it, go elsewhere", certainly must
be affecting RIT Labs' sales.
Okay okay, you got me ;)
I forget about offline reading now that I have ADSL :)
In response to your message fromWednesday, February 02, 2000, 3:05:52 AM:
Tony This message: 02/02/2000 08:04 GMT.
Tony Hello cid,
Tony Tuesday, February 01, 2000,
I agree with you mark. I REALLY like TB from the short time I've used
it. And planned to complete my migration from Pegasus Mail shortly...
I don't like do-all apps. I use Xnews for news, and Opera for web
browsing, and wanted to use TB for email. They should only be
Written in response to your letter of Monday, January 10, 2000, 8:06:44 PM:
MA Hi Steve,
MA Tuesday, January 11, 2000, 12:28:21 AM, you wrote:
but that does not really appeal. Any suggestions for another Windows MUA
that come close to TB, as it is now?
Written in response to your letter of Monday, January 10, 2000, 9:25:00 PM:
JT Hello Steve and Bat Buddies,
JT Usenet, on the other hand...Well, I know none of the technical aspects
JT of Usenet, but I've seen that MS Outlook smoothly integrates news and
JT mail into one client.
Written in response to your letter of Monday, January 10, 2000, 10:31:21 PM:
P I don't need a Gravity replacement, just an excellent email program
P that can post to newsgroups when needed and run local newsgroups via
P its own internal server.
Really, try to give
*ACK* You mean we agreed? ;)
Written in response to your letter of Monday, January 10, 2000, 11:32:06 PM:
SL Monday, January 10, 2000, 7:55:48 PM, Derek wrote:
I guess the masses want bundled apps. I hate 'em. I'm mad at opera
for considering an email client and an
Written in response to your letter of Monday, January 10, 2000, 10:46:37 PM:
JS ii) I occasionally have need to approve news postings on a private moderated
JS newsgroup. Since these arrive via mail, it would be nice to be able to
JS inject them into the news system
I did it from 3.12b...worked great. It didn't bring in trays, but all
the folders made it.
Written in response to your letter of Friday, January 07, 2000, 5:11:22 AM:
MM Tried somebody import messages from PEGASUS 3.11 by IMPORT WIZARD?
Pretty much the same reason I'm here too. I like the features of
pegasus, but the features of the bat as well. I'm pretty torn on the
And for what it's worth...even with Pegasus at 4.5 MB or whatever it
is, it is the fastest mail system I've ever used. Faster
I still think the way to do this is to keep account seperate...but
just have "Global filters" that work an all accounts or a subset of
accounts. In fact, that almost goes against bloat...because you
wouldn't have to run duplicate filters ever. (This is of course
particular to my
I love the idea.
(note, that's not yelling, that's cheering ;)
Written in response to your letter of Friday, January 07, 2000, 9:10:38 PM:
JA Hello Steve,
JA Friday, January 07, 2000, 3:32:14 PM, you wrote:
JA snip a overly long and pointless
Written in response to your letter of Friday, January 07, 2000, 6:25:47 PM:
SL Hey, lemme ask this, honestly. How many people saw me say that having the
SL option to apply filters to all accounts would be a good thing? I bet not
I sure didn't, it was hard to
0 21:31:39 -0500, Derek Cedillo wrote:
No, MicroSoft product *tells* you what you want. They never ask. 90%
of the people I work with complain regularly about MS and how they
added features that they never need. The difference here is, we are
asking for features, or at least an inv
Hello Thomas,, 2000, 1:33:08 AM, you wrote:
TF Hi Steve,
TF On Wed, 5 Jan 2000 11:19:59 -0800GMT (06/01/2000, 03:19 +0800GMT),
TF Steve Lamb wrote:
3. Changing "Send from account..." Is there a more visible way to do
Thanks for all the help on my other questions...and yet I still have
I'm not sure if it's the Auto-Format, I'm having problems with, or
what...but in anycase, the problem has been that when I reply to
someone, some of my text gets mingled with their replies!
I've had this happen two
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:29:48 AM, you wrote:
LW Hello Bat,
LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a folder?
LWFor instance I highlight the folder where I store all messages on
LW The Bat mailing list, and want to send a new message to this
I sent myself a couple of large messages yesterday from work...one a
1.8 MB file, and the other a 7.8 MB file (Don't worry, I have ADSL ;)
In anycase, the 1.8MB file downloaded okay...the 7.8MB file would
crash TB with an out of memory error. I tried this 5 times, and got
Thursday, January 06, 2000, 9:29:18 AM, you wrote:
LW Hello Derek,
LW Friday, January 07, 2000, 12:33:36 AM, you wrote:
DC Hello Lone-Wolf,
DC Thursday, January 06, 2000, 8:29:48 AM, you wrote:
LW Hello Bat,
LW Is there any way to have a default e-mail address for a
Written in response to your letter of Thursday, January 06, 2000, 6:43:06 PM:
AVK Hi there!
AVK On 6 Jan 00, at 15:45, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote
AVK about "Re: Pegasus vs. The Bat!":
So let me get this straight... TB!'s filters only work on a
Hello Derek Cedillo,
SH On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 at 22:35:45 GMT -0500 [Friday, January 07, 2000
SH 10:35 GMT +0700], you told to the list:
DC I sent myself a couple of large messages yesterday from work...one
DC a 1.8 MB file, and the other a 7.8 MB file (Don't worry, I have
DC ADSL ;)
Hello again TB!ers,,
Is there a way to NOT auto-preview whatever message is highlighted
when I open a folder? Sometimes I like to just peak in a folder and
see what's there...and I don't want it to automatically mark
whatever message it wants to highlight (usually the first message)
Written in response to your letter of Thursday, January 06, 2000, 5:24:57 PM:
LG Hello users,
LG Now to tease you all some...
LG Version 2.x is gonna wipe the walls with the other e-mail software
LG currently out there (including TB v1.x!)
Can you tease us even a bit
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