Re[2]: Updating TB! - Knoppix on HDD, Wine and pretas, ghouls and other monsters

2006-12-08 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mica, DH That's why I have my OS's and Applications in different partitions. DH (Data too). This schema with three main partitions (OS | Programs | Data/Documents) is the best/safest way. Many professionals find it as best solution too. Often is done further division of the Data as

Re: Updating TB! - Knoppix on HDD, Wine and pretas, ghouls and other monsters

2006-12-08 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mica, However - Knoppix 5.5.1 is not there. Sorry for making you busy for nothing It wasn't for nothing and didn't take long. and confused, Confused? Never! it was my typo, and even twice. I espied it but was too late. So, the 5.0.1 is most recent version, 5.5.1 doesn't exist.

Re: Updating TB!

2006-12-07 Thread Douglas Hinds
MM And when I tried a v. 3.85 MSI install, Windows told me it MM could not do that. DH B Gates could be the devil. Well, the impulse to control/rule just everything and yet due to greediness is a demonic property, yes. Some call them hungry spirits, Insatiable and born and raised to cheat

Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
updates were able to be realized by replacing the principle .exe file only. TIA, -- Douglas Hinds P.S. Windows updates don't work for me either for some reason and frankly, I not very keen in giving M$ greater access to my system anyway. Current

Re[2]: Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
the thebat.exe file for the newest stable version to [EMAIL PROTECTED]. As for the tbot posts I owe you, due to their length and other commitments I am going to have wait a bit before answering. -- Douglas Hinds Trolling for phish in order to get them to bite is not being a troll

Re[2]: Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Alexander et. al., Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 10:28:16 AM, you wrote: I am using TB! Pro v. 3.51.10 on WinXP with no service packs and when I double click on the file thebat_pro_3-85-03.msi the computer enters a loop that requires me to reboot. Something may be corrupt with the MSI

Re[2]: Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mica, Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 10:38:52 AM, you wrote: And Winrar still says the file is corrupt. Give up the Winrar, it can't deal with .msi files. Maybe the latest version does. Then you'll see thebat.exe inside, so you can just drag and drop it where you wish. You are

Re[2]: Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mary, Mica, Alex and anyone else following this thread. You could try to make a full backup from within TB, uninstall the program completely, and then reinstall from the new MSI (and then restore the backup) to cure the problem once and for all. Unless the problem is with my windows

Re[2]: Updating TB!

2006-12-06 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Alexander, Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 12:54:16 PM, you wrote: Well, I recently updated to FF2.0 - and realised then that I should have removed the old 1.5 installation before. I did that afterwards, and now half of the FF2.0 installation is a mess (I think I have to install 2.0

Re: Google Mail

2006-12-05 Thread Douglas Hinds
Dave wrote: ... I also don't find for the pop-server the possibility to set SSL! In TB! it's called TLS. Does this screenshot help? http://www.dave31175.com/gmail.gif That's all it took. Thanks. -- Douglas Current version is 3.85.03 |

Re: Multiple Web Browsers

2004-07-27 Thread Douglas Hinds
this has nothing to do with TB!, you might want to answer off tbudl or move it to tbot). -- Douglas Hinds Current version is 2.12.00 | 'Using TBUDL' information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?])

2004-07-14 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mary and others following this thread, In response to the message Mary Bull sent regarding Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?]) Thanks for the note re the v. 2.12 release. As you'd said earlier, it was about to be released.

Changing the Subject Header (Was: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?]))

2004-07-14 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mary and others following this thread, In response to the message Mary Bull sent to Allie on 14/07/2004 regarding Changing the Subject Header (sent with a Subject Header Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?]) Since the focus

Time to Upgrade?

2004-07-13 Thread Douglas Hinds
recommended, or would it be better to install v 2 to a separate directory? If the latter's the case, what's the best procedure for preserving my folders, filters and account data? TIA Douglas Hinds Current version is 2.11.02 | 'Using TBUDL

Re: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?])

2004-07-13 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mary, Mic Cullen, Roelof and others following this thread, In response to the reply Mary Bull sent on 13/07/2004 to my request regarding Time to Upgrade?] DH Is TB! v 2.11.02 (the latest release version) stable? MB Yes. it is stable. I've been using it for several weeks now. MB There's

Re: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?])

2004-07-13 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Allie, Andre, Mary and others following this thread, Thanks to all those who've take the time to respond. BTW, is *anyone+ else still using TB! v 1.x? In response to the message Allie Martin sent on 13/07/2004 regarding Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v.

Re: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?])

2004-07-13 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mary and others following this thread, In response to the message Mary Bull sent on 13/07/2004 regarding Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?]) DH ... What *are* your needs and how does v. 2 do a better job of DH meeting them?

Re: Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?])

2004-07-13 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Allie and others following this thread, In response to the message Allie Martin sent on 13/07/2004 regarding Time to Upgrade (Was: One caveat about Folder View Settings in v. 2.11.02 [was Re: Time to Upgrade?]) AM From there new matches are dynamically added as the real AM folders are

Re[2]: BatPost

2004-01-12 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello [EMAIL PROTECTED] other TB! list members following this thread, On Saturday, January 10, 2004, you responded to my query: I intend to manage a mailing list and downloaded BatPost, RitLabs email server. tb I manage some lists with The Bat and ADR, Advanced Direct Remailer. tb I don't

BatPost

2004-01-10 Thread Douglas Hinds
compared to other alternatives? What is the appropriate source of support for it? How important is the platform? Are there other issues of which I should be aware? TIA. Douglas Hinds Mexico I already sent this once to TBOT and it came back in a visible form but was apparently not visible

Re: Scroll Wheel Problem

2003-12-14 Thread Douglas Hinds
/ -- Douglas Hinds Current version is 2.02.3 CE | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re[2]: What is unique about TB?

2003-11-07 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello, Kitty, Simon other TB! list members following this thread, On Thursday, November 6, 2003, Simon said in response to your saying: K So, I must look at alternatives. That would like moving to another planet, or as Thomas desires, to another t me / space continuum. S I really think

Re: spam rule for more accounts

2003-11-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Lex other TB! list members following this thread, On Monday, November 3, 2003, you wrote: LT I was trying to find out how to create a spam rule that would work for LT all accounts when I found an answer of Douglas Hinds in the archives saying LT this: I link all accounts to the same

Re[2]: spam rule for more accounts

2003-11-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Lex other TB! list members following this thread, On Monday, November 3, 2003, Lex wrote: LT Douglas, thanks a lot, I now got it completely, exactly what I wanted! One thing I forgot to include. You don't have to download spam to add it to your spam string file. You can copy that info

Re[4]: TB! 2

2003-11-02 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jonathan other TB! list members following this thread, Yesterday, Saturday, November 1, 2003, you responded to my mentioning that: I'm having trouble connecting to the ritlabs ftp site. Do you still have the 1.63 Beta 5 file? If so and you care to send it, I have winrar installed

Re[3]: Purchased v2 - how do i get it - Changed to Signature Delimiter

2003-11-02 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Michael other TB! list members following this thread, On Saturday, November 1, 2003, Michael responded to Jonathan Angliss thusly: As a small note, your email appears to be missing a signature delimiter, or cut mark. This mark (shown just above my name) is in the format of

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-11-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mark other TB! list members following this thread, On Friday, October 31, 2003, you wrote: MW I use my mail15 account with TB all the time. No special configuration MW necessary - it worked from the first time I tried it. Could you tell me exactly how you have your transport

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-11-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Paul other TB! list members following this thread, On Wednesday, October 29, 2003, you wrote: PC I used 1.63 Beta 5 until the 2.0 betas came out. The reason I used that PC one was because it was the last of the stable betas BEFORE they PC introduced all the new features and bugs..

Re: Purchased v2 - how do i get it?

2003-11-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Michael other TB! list members following this thread, On Friday, October 31, 2003, you wrote: MSG I just purchased v2 to get in under the October 31 deadline. So did I. MSG I gave all my credit card information and clicked register. I got a sheet MSG to print out showing my order

Re: Message Despatcher receive settings

2003-11-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
to be all the same. GW Is there any way of causing them all to be deselected in the Receive GW column as a default? You could use your own email address as a string in the Selective Download Filter- -- Douglas Hinds, Mexico Current version

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-31 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas other TB! list members following this thread, On Wednesday, October 29, 2003, Thomas wrote to say: DH What kind of plugins? TF Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus. DH These are plugins designed specifically for TB!? TF Yes. By TB users. I see. By TB users using TB! for email w/ w/o

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-31 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas other TB! list members following this thread, On Friday, October 31, 2003, Thomas wrote: TF [Plugins] TF So far, all of them are free. However, the download sites seem to be TF all over the place, they are not centralised at Ritlabs, because they TF are all still in beta status

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-31 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Melissa other TB! list members following this thread, On Friday, October 31, 2003, you replied to my claim that: Upgrades rarely cost the same as an original purchase. IBM's Speech Recognition software is another opprobrious exception, and they won't even provide a discount when

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-28 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas other TB! list members following this thread, On Tuesday, October 28, 2003 you wrote: MW 1.63 allows for the use of plugins, DH What kind of plugins? TF Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus. These are plugins designed specifically for TB!? Or do v. 1.63 and 2.x use plugins made for M$IE or

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-27 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mark other TB! list members following this thread, On Monday, October 27, 2003, you explained: MW 1.63 allows for the use of plugins, What kind of plugins? MW which you're not using anyway in MW 1.62. Just the AVG plugin. MW That's about it, except for some SmartBat / scheduling

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-26 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Mark other TB! list members following this thread, On Sunday, October 26, 2003, Mark responded to my question: DH Does this mean v. 2 can be installed without replacing (along side DH of) v. 1.x? MW Yes. I've gone back and forth several times (and expect to do more of MW the same). V2

TB! 2

2003-10-25 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello TB! listers, October and the half price offer for current TB! users are coming to a close. Can anyone give a good reason why I should upgrade? And is the current version stable? TIA, Douglas Current version is 2.01.3 | Using TBUDL

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-25 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Melissa other TB! list members following this thread, On Saturday, October 25, 2003, you wrote in answer to my query: Can anyone give a good reason why I should upgrade? And is the current version stable? MR I seem to remember you posting this same question yesterday, and you MR did

Re[2]: TB! 2

2003-10-25 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jim other TB! list members following this thread, On Saturday, October 25, 2003, you wrote: DH October and the half price offer for current TB! users are coming to DH a close. Can anyone give a good reason why I should upgrade? And is DH the current version stable? JD Perhaps v2 will

Re: TB! 2

2003-10-25 Thread Douglas Hinds
Thanks to all those that responded to my info request: DH October and the half price offer for current TB! users are coming to DH a close. Can anyone give a good reason why I should upgrade? And is DH the current version stable? Including but not limited to MAU, Melissa, Peter Meyns, Neal

TB! 2

2003-10-24 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello TB! listers, October and the half price offer for current TB! users are coming to a close. Can anyone give a good reason why I should upgrade? And is the current version stable? TIA, Douglas Current version is 2.01.3 | Using TBUDL

Re[2]: Selective download / filter

2003-09-22 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Allie other TB! list members following this thread, On Thursday, September 19, 2002 Allie wrote and said in response to Marco: M One of the really good features of The Bat is in my opinion the M selective download. Especially when using a dial-up connection, M you don't have to spend

Re[2]: Selective download filters

2003-09-22 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jurgen other TB! list members following this thread, On Monday, September 22, 2003 Jurgen responded to my saying the following: I link all accounts to the same text file, which I continue to lengthen whenever new Spam mongers are found. This is much easier that adding strings to each

Re[2]: Selective download filters

2003-09-22 Thread Douglas Hinds
Jurgen, I sent the following to TBUDL twice earlier and yet it hasn't been posted. I wonder why. Two other posts I sent were posted, so I'm not being blocked out. Maybe if you redirect it, it will go through. Douglas Hello Jurgen other TB! list members following this thread, On

Re[2]: Selective download / filter

2003-09-22 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Allie other TB! list members following this thread, On Monday, September 22, 2003 Allie wrote the following post: DH I use it to avoid viruses as well as a trigger for following up DH on important mail. I don't want to be checking my high number DH of mailbox directories and don't use

Re[2]: Selective download filters

2003-09-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello ken other TB! list members following this thread, On Sunday, September 21, 2003, you wrote: kg I guess I need to decide if I should switch all account to POP3 kg or continue using IMAP and create a sorting rule that would kg delete unwanted messages from the server. kg Hmmm any

TB! wouldn't download, but M$OE did

2003-08-20 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello TB! listers: When the amount of mail left on the server on this account reached six thousand plus, TB! quit downloading them. It would start counting the messages, then cut out, repeatedly. I had to install M$OE and use it to clear the server, which solved the problem. I then imported the

Re[2]: I've Asked Several Times

2003-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Matt and other TB! listers following this idiotic thread, On Monday, July 21, 2003 at exactly 2:09:21 PM, Matt wrote about Auke's multiple message titled I've Asked Several Times and said the following: MT On Monday, July 21, 2003 @ 11:59:08 AM [-0700], Scrat wrote: How many times it

Re[3]: Trouble managing threads

2003-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Steve and other TB! listers following this thread, On Friday, July 18, 2003 at exactly 7:47:45 AM, Steve wrote about Trouble managing threads and said the following: SMS I don't want to delete the entire folder, just all the messages in it. SMS If I mark all messages as read, can I then

Re: SMTP authentication problem

2003-07-15 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Omar and other TB! listers following this thread, On Tuesday, July 15, 2003 at exactly 9:46:11 PM, Omar wrote about SMTP authentication problem and said the following: OC I have two email accounts. One if of my ISP and the other from OC my webhost using my domain name. Both of them

Re[2]: Looks like html makes to the BAT

2003-02-08 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Richard, Saturday, February 8, 2003, 2:46 AM, you continued this thread on html, TB! my suggestion: That is not true. Here's how I do it (it's very simple): 1).- The Mail Dispatcher will pull down as many lines as you set it for (I download 25). 2).- Selective Download will look

Re[2]: Looks like html makes to the BAT

2003-02-07 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Richard, Friday, February 7, 2003, 11:32 AM, you wrote in relation to the new TB! html editor html mail in general: RW I know people like it but I wish there was an option to strip all HTML RW mail instead of having to delete it manually. I know this has been RW discussed recently and

Re[2]: Looks like html makes to the BAT

2003-02-07 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Tim, Friday, February 7, 2003, 5:15 PM, you too wrote regarding html mail: T Why not just view the plain text version if you don't like the HTML T version? The formatting junk at the beginning is annoying, but T bearable. snip MB I greet it with a groan of dread. And I am not smiling.

Re[2]: SpamPal and header only download

2003-01-05 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Frank, Sunday, January 5, 2003, you wrote about SpamPal: JA I'm not sure how SpamPal works, but wouldn't it match on body as JA well? As for just grabbing the headers, I think this might work: JA Account - Properties - Mail Management FL SpamPal is essentially a read-only SMTP

Re[2]: SpamPal and header only download

2003-01-05 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Peter, Sunday, January 5, 2003, 11:20:39 PM, you wrote: PF Douglas, PF On 05-01-2003 23:02, you [D] wrote in PF [EMAIL PROTECTED]">mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]: D Combine both and I can receive or not receive anything on the server, D and I can revise anything programmed by Selective Download

Re[2]: Model/view design for text editor

2002-12-29 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas, Sunday, December 29, 2002 you asked: I'm no expert on text editors, so I'd best ask. Can other editors: Change text from All Caps to All Lower Case or First Letter Caps with a 2 key keystroke combo? TF How do you do that? (Another feature I never knew of... ;-)) On my

Re[3]: Feature Request I'd Like To See in The Bat!

2002-12-29 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Spyder, Sunday, December 29, 2002, you wrote: S I use multiple email accounts (like 15 or so) with TheBat and would like some S better ways to manage them: I too use a lot of accounts and have asked for global Manager features for the ticker, columns, filters etc. S - make changes to the

Re[2]: Model/view design for text editor

2002-12-28 Thread Douglas Hinds
Saturday, December 28, Mark Evens wrote about Model/view design for text editor and said: ME ... Some unix wizards love emacs because they have memorized all ME the magic keystrokes required to edit without touching a mouse. ME Most of us are not like that. We want our editors to do ME low-level

Re: Replies kept in same folder as received

2002-12-14 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello M., Saturday, December 14, 2002, 11:45:55 PM, you asked: ME After incoming mail is filtered it is moved. Let's say from Inbox to ME MyTopicFolder. Now I reply to a message in MyTopicFolder. ME The reply should be stored in MyTopicFolder, not in Sent Mail. How ME do I do that (for the

Re[2]: It's true - *Freezing* Is caused by ZoneAlarm

2002-12-12 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Paul, Victor other TB! users following this thread: Paul recommended: PC ... you might try the Kerio firewall, it is a continuation of PC TPF ( Tiny personal firewall). It is free for personal use. PC www.kerio.com The download url is: http://www.kerio.com/dwn/kpf2-en-win.exe --

Re[3]: It's true - *Freezing* Is caused by ZoneAlarm

2002-12-12 Thread Douglas Hinds
Victor asked: VBG I am writing a few reports on spam and would appreciate VBG anyones insight about how you can best battle it without VBG 3rd party plug-ins or applications and preferably with email VBG clients alone :) I use the Selective Download filter combined with the Message Dispatcher.

AVG Plugin TB!

2002-12-09 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello tbudlers, I can't find a link on either Grisoft's or Ritlabs' websites for the AVG Plugin for TB! I could use the last AVG plugin for TB! downloaded (used with TB! v161). Is there no longer a need for one? What's going on? TIA Douglas --

Re[2]: AVG Plugin TB!

2002-12-09 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello David, Monday, December 9, 2002, 5:42:30 PM, you responded to my comment: DH I can't find a link on either Grisoft's or Ritlabs' websites for the DH AVG Plugin for TB! DE try http://www.grisoft.com/html/us_avgbat.htm That proved effective. I wonder why no link was displayed (or noted by

Re[3]: All message files gone

2002-10-29 Thread Douglas Hinds
Good morning Mary, You asked Roelof: JN As for your message files, if they are still on your hard drive, I JN believe that there is a key combination which will force TB! to look RO Try CtrlShiftAltL to search for lost folders MB I will do this. Thanks. RO If your new account isn't

Re[2]: antivirus plugin with fragmented email

2002-10-28 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Simon, Allie, others following this important thread. It seems to me that Simon and Allie are basing their positions on two different principles or givens, which are always correct by definition. That's what produces a stalemate, in absolute terms. In relative terms, each of us can decide

Re[2]: antivirus plugin with fragmented email

2002-10-28 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Paul, On Monday, October 28, 2002, 9:30:07 AM, you wrote: PC and a fourth- if you don't keep ANY anti-virus package up-to-date it is PC almost worthless. I have used many PCs where the virus definitions are PC over 1 year old. THEY think they are protected! PC and lets not forget

Re[2]: antivirus plugin with fragmented email

2002-10-27 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Simon others following this thread, Simon wrote when Lourdes inquired: LJ http://www.gfi.com/emailsecuritytest/ has a nice set of test emails LJ I'm interested in knowing if the Anti-Virus plugins will catch the LJ fragmented email (eicar.com attachment) S I was testing the AVG

Re[2]: antivirus plugin with fragmented email

2002-10-27 Thread Douglas Hinds
Yo Simon, you wrote regarding: DH Are attachments contained in the message body or in a separate DH folder? If it's the latter, AVG will alert you and quarantine the DH message but the infected file remains in the attach (or other) DH folder... S I had always kept attachments in a separate

Re[2]: global option for smtp server

2002-09-26 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello tracer, On Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 11:14:49 PM, you wrote: T having more dial-up accounts, each it`s own smtp server, T is there a way to setup one default smtp server for all T accounts, not only on per account basis? t I have an account with myrealbox.com and in the past (may

Re[2]: Filtering Mails.

2002-09-26 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Tomas, On Wednesday, September 25, 2002, 1:12:14 PM, you wrote: T Bat! is great, yet if I could choose, it would probably be 50% Bat, T 40% Poco, 10% Eudora. In fact, it was because of that multiple accounts T obstacle, that I evaluated and dropped Bat! 2 times in the past. Have you

Re: TB Backup/WinXP ?

2002-09-11 Thread Douglas Hinds
This issue is mostly OT was sent by Greg to TBUDL the TBOT list. I replied to the TBOT list but it hasn't come back, so pardon my OT TBUDL post. Hello Greg, You asked about Win XP, multiple partitions and multiple OS's for TB!: I know of three sources for partitioning and multiple boot apps:

Integrating TB! with EccoPro

2002-08-29 Thread Douglas Hinds
Some of us here use both TB! and the EccoPro PIM. Others on the Tom Hoots Ecco list are looking for a way to Integrate EccoPro w/ an email client. Naturally, I recommended TB! As is, since TB! is my default MAPI agent, Ecco will call TB! for generating email and fill in the address with the

Re[2]: a real mystery

2002-08-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jan, About the problem you mentioned: JR Suddenly I can't delete msgs from any folder. If I click JR on the waste basket icon or DEL, the result is the same, JR my system locks up for a few seconds. Did you try rebooting the computer? Also, check your hard disk space in that

Re[2]: a real mystery

2002-08-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello again Jan, As I suspected, www.ontrack.com is a little closer to your location and http://www.ontrack.com/special/drquad1.asp is their Data Recovery Center. I see that what they offer is XP compatible so it shoukld work fine with NTFS, Ontrack says it can recover your data or sell you

Re[2]: a real mystery

2002-08-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Jan said: JR ... I think my problem is not so much one of data recovery but a JR utility that works with NTFS [not FAT32] which I could use to JR block the few bad sectors I have fix the one file link which JR is what I think is affecting TB!. But to the best of my JR knowledge, I haven't lost

Re[2]: USING GnuPG...

2002-08-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Adam, Your headers and signature indicate / suggest you are using TB! with Linux. Is that correct? If so, what Linux and (I assume) win app drivers or emulation are you using? Thanks in advance. Douglas Hinds Current Ver: 1.61

Re[3]: USING GnuPG...

2002-08-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Alexis, You wrote: AH As I know TB! works fine on WINE That's good to know, because WINE is promoted by codeweavers as a way to run M$Office 97 2K on Linux (and the most popular Intel Unixes) and you know what Office includes. IAC, there are other and better Office Suites, which didn't

Re[2]: Selective Downloads - Kill Filter

2002-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
ones, and the number downloaded. It JBL does not say how many were deleted by the Kill filter. On JBL Sunday, July 21, 2002, 7:21:29 PM, Douglas Hinds wrote: In that case, you need to make your wish list known to the TB! developers. DH

Re[2]: TheBat! filtered for spam (again)

2002-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Carren, On Sunday, July 21, 2002, 4:15:27 PM, you wrote: CS I have never received *any* spam from anyone using TB! I have. CS and I can't imagine that anyone using it would use it for CS spamming purposes. A better class of spammer, no doubt. DH

Re[2]: TheBat! filtered for spam (again)

2002-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Marck, Marck wrote: MDP ... I've seen spam come through with The Bat! (1.52f) MDP Business as the X-Mailer and an X-MS-Priority header. *Is* there a TB! Business version? I DO recall seeing that on the spam I saw with TB! mentioned as the mailer in the header. MDP Advanced Mass Sender

Re[2]: TheBat! filtered for spam (again)

2002-07-21 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Marck, you wrote: MDP If you get a spam that has this header: MDP X-Mailer: The Bat! (1.52f) Business MDP it, incongruously will also have an X-MS-Priority header. TB only MDP uses X-Priority. Only six of the 21 spam messages lack X-MSMail-Priority and none of them are hard core spam.

Re[2]: advantage KAV and plug in?

2002-07-18 Thread Douglas Hinds
a TB plugin but is shareware and on finding a virus will ask whether the user wants to shut down the computer or lock the file, which allows one to continue downloading, after taking note of the name and location of the file. Douglas Hinds Mexico

Re[2]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas, TF I think to wait for a virus to come in from a particular TF Envelope-From, and to assume that your ISP has implemented a TF filter if it doesn't, is a vague test to say the least. ;-) Not vague, just chancy. (It involves waiting for an iffy, uncontrolled scenario). So I took

Re[2]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Thomas, DH ... with an active DH filter set the message DID show up on the mail dispatcher BUT - the DH mail dispatcher had already configured the message to be deleted DH without being downloaded, so all I had to do was hit F2. TF That's why it's called selective download and not

Re[6]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jonathan, JA ... about a month after Klez started hitting hard, we got about JA 10 from the same reply-to address, I emailed, then ran through JA our customer database, and called that problem, and they JA acknowledged that they were infected, and that her PC had been JA taken away by her

Re[6]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-03 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Jonathan, JA ... about a month after Klez started hitting hard, we got about JA 10 from the same reply-to address, I emailed, then ran through JA our customer database, and called that problem, and they JA acknowledged that they were infected, and that her PC had been JA taken away by her

Re[4]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-02 Thread Douglas Hinds
Jonathan asked in response to my stating: ... I was getting several attachments daily containing virus from the same source, although the From address, Subject attachment name would vary. What didn't vary was an address contained in the headers which I Kill filtered on. JA Was that common

Re[4]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-02 Thread Douglas Hinds
Jonathan asked in response to my stating: ... I was getting several attachments daily containing virus from the same source, although the From address, Subject attachment name would vary. What didn't vary was an address contained in the headers which I Kill filtered on. JA Was that common

Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
automatically and therefore don't appear on the list of messages waiting to be downloaded? Thanks in advance. Douglas Hinds Current Ver: 1.60q FAQ: http://faq.thebat.dutaint.com Unsubscribe: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Archives

Re[2]: Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-07-01 Thread Douglas Hinds
Jonathan Angliss reasoned in relation to my query: When using Selective Download to kill selective messages on the server: A).- Do the messages containing the selected string(s) appear in the list of messages waiting to be downloaded when using the Mail Dispatcher? B).- Or

Selective Download w/ Mail Dispatcher

2002-06-30 Thread Douglas Hinds
When using Selective Download to kill selective messages on the server, do the messages containing the selected string(s) appear in the list of messages waiting to be downloaded when using the Mail Dispatcher? Thanks in advance. Douglas Hinds

Re: spaces in mailbox names converted to underlines

2002-06-10 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello tracer, On Monday, June 10, 2002, 8:36:11 PM, you wrote: t So I found out the hard way that mail imported goes to the box which t happens to be selected That is true. You have to import folder by folder. Otherwise, combine your messages in one box and re-filter. (I wrote the above

Re[2]: 1.60q-continued

2002-06-08 Thread Douglas Hinds
I am running v. 1.60c. Please post the url for the latest upgrade, as I don't see it in ftp://ftp.ritlabs.com/pub/the_bat/ or ftp://ftp.ritlabs.com/pub/the_bat/beta/ Also, I assume that all I need to do to upgrade is change the main .exe file. Is that correct? Thanks in advance. Douglas Hinds

DrWeb TB!

2002-05-29 Thread Douglas Hinds
DrWeb AntiVirus came out with a Bat! module (still in Beta). http://www.dials.ru/english/inf/thebat.htm Douglas Current Ver: 1.60m FAQ: http://faq.thebat.dutaint.com Unsubscribe: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Archives :

Reregistering TB!

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds Miller
than 8 thousand messages came in at once. (A lot of spam was eliminated before downloading and I haven't downloaded from some accounts yet. Obviously, email can get out of control w/o a good email client like TB!). Thanks in advance, Douglas Hinds

Re: TheBat! FAQ What I don't understand, and WHAT I REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND.

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds Miller
Hello Daniel other TB! fans, On Tuesday, May 14, 2002, 3:07:25 PM, you wrote: DG ... When I tried to connect to the TheBat! FAQ, TheBat! told me DG that I was using Opera and therefore I should disable Java and DG then reload. So I disabled Java and reloaded. DG Then TheBat! told me that I

Re: TheBat! FAQ What I don't understand, and WHAT I REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND.

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds Miller
Hello Daniel other TB! fans, On Tuesday, May 14, 2002, 3:07:25 PM, you wrote: DG ... When I tried to connect to the TheBat! FAQ, TheBat! told me DG that I was using Opera and therefore I should disable Java and DG then reload. So I disabled Java and reloaded. DG Then TheBat! told me that I

Reregistering TB!

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds Miller
than 8 thousand messages came in at once. (A lot of spam was eliminated before downloading and I haven't downloaded from some accounts yet. Obviously, email can get out of control w/o a good email client like TB!). Thanks in advance, Douglas Hinds

Re[2]: OT Calypso (Was Re: 1.60k)

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds
to the single file M thing). You won't be sorry for having switched. M I do like what I've seen in TB! during my eval period. And I hope M to discover more good stuff as I explore. Douglas Hinds Mexico -- Current Ver: 1.60k FAQ: http

Re[2]: OT Calypso (Was Re: 1.60k)

2002-05-15 Thread Douglas Hinds
Hello Marcus, On Wednesday, May 15, 2002, 12:20:53 PM, you replied to my saying to Mike M's statement: M Another thing I like about Calypso (though more minor) is that the M message store is encrypted (albeit, not too strongly). I haven't M taken the time yet to see if TB! has a similar

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