Re: Park while checking?

2002-04-05 Thread Karin Spaink
On 5-4-02 at 03:19, Daniel Grunberg kindly wrote: on Thursday, April 4, 2002, 5:32:35 PM, Karin Spaink wrote: I clicked on it. The blue square P for 'parked message' appeared instead of the dot. _Parked_ fetching mail? What is that supposed to do? Parking a message guards that message

Re: Park while checking?

2002-04-05 Thread Karin Spaink
On 5-4-02 at 08:11, Lars Geiger kindly wrote: Hi Karin, KS I clicked on it. The blue square P for 'parked message' appeared KS instead of the dot. _Parked_ fetching mail? What is that supposed to KS do? You can park a task, so you can read the log after the task has finished its work (useful

Park while checking?

2002-04-04 Thread Karin Spaink
Due to too much traffic on my webservers, connections are slow. That gives me ample time to study the connection centre. In the top screen, there's an up- or down-arrow, depending on whether mail is being sent or fetched. After the arrow is a small dot. I clicked on it. The blue square P for

Re: Auto-reply - 2 step

2002-04-02 Thread Karin Spaink
On 2-4-02 at 13:16, Jon Lawrance kindly wrote: I have online forms for a service I offer, where I receive an email with the following subject: Service xyz When I get such an email, I would like to move it to a folder called Service xyz and then auto-reply with a standard message, such as:

Re: Is BAT able to Auto-Complete TEXT?

2002-04-02 Thread Karin Spaink
On 3-4-02 at 02:59, Sebastian kindly wrote: Again: I want to write ZZZ and BAT converts it into my address that goes across 4 or 5 lines. Quick Templates are your friend. Go to account -- properties -- templates -- edit quick templates. Create a name and a handle (e.g. ZZZ), type the text

Re: Dutch TB! users?

2002-04-01 Thread Karin Spaink
On 1-4-02 at 20:30, Alexis Haeringer kindly wrote: Bonjour Marion, M Does anyone know if there is a Dutch language TB! users list? Yes, I suppose. Apparently you can write to Maurice Snellen maurice at lnbi dot demon dot nl Uhm, no; that list was created just for testing and

The return of the zombies

2002-03-29 Thread Karin Spaink
After having upgraded to 1.60, I deleted the inbox-known. After Haico explained on the list how to delete the filter (Shift-Delete), I did so too. Currently I am witnessing the return of the Inbox-Known mailbox and filter _again_. I have deleted both trice by now. Yet, they insist on returning

Re: Deleting inbox-kown filter [Was:Inbox - Known - general comments]

2002-03-27 Thread Karin Spaink
On 27-3-02 at 17:19, Haico kindly wrote: On 27-3-2002 at 12:49, Michael Disabato wrote: ['known- filter] GG OK, now I understand what you mean. I don't understand why that is a GG problem. Just disable it and move to the bottom. It's a matter of aesthetics and performance. I don't use it,

Re: Major Problems with 1.60

2002-03-25 Thread Karin Spaink
On 25-3-02 at 21:25, Michael Disabato kindly wrote: Monday, March 25, 2002, 1:21:57 PM, Luc scribbled: L What about a backup and re-install 1.53d again and do the I had a backup of everything except the 1.53d install file. Um. Duh. I kept one. Mail me privately if you want it. - K - --

Re: Inbox - Known - general comments (Was: Changing properties for Inbox - Known)

2002-03-25 Thread Karin Spaink
On 26-3-02 at 01:16, Nick Andriash kindly wrote: Hello Yuki Taga, Maybe it is, but to me it just seems like a typical case of software bloat and redundancy, albeit probably on a small scale here. That pretty much sums up my view on it as well, and you can add the SmartBat memo pad 'thingy'

Linux (was: 1.60 new features)

2002-03-24 Thread Karin Spaink
On 23-3-02 at 20:23, Geoff Lane kindly wrote: BTW, are there any plans to produce TB! for Linux? I definitely hope so... - K - -- I can only believe in a god that can dance. - Friedrich Nietzsche: Also sprach Zarathustra

Copying to more mailboxes?

2002-03-09 Thread Karin Spaink
Is is possible to make a filter copy a message to two mailboxes at the same time? - K - -- Life is a way of killing time. - Richard North Patterson -- Archives : http://tbudl.thebat.dutaint.com Moderators : mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [t-w] .net domains

2002-03-07 Thread Karin Spaink
On 07-03-2002 at 22:05, Karin Spaink kindly wrote: On 07-03-2002 at 21:33, Ingo Heinemann kindly wrote: I am planning a page with a list of the Scientology-websites in german language. For that a link to a page with lists of all the Scientology-websites would be useful. Do you know

Re: [t-w] .net domains

2002-03-07 Thread Karin Spaink
On 08-03-2002 at 00:51, Karin Spaink kindly wrote: Argh, sorry. I accpeted the wrong address boo andle. On 07-03-2002 at 22:05, Karin Spaink kindly wrote: On 07-03-2002 at 21:33, Ingo Heinemann kindly wrote: I am planning a page with a list of the Scientology-websites in german language

folder templates vs address book (was: DEAD HORSE (was [t-w] .net domains))

2002-03-07 Thread Karin Spaink
On 08-03-2002 at 01:49, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: Karin Spaink wrote in [EMAIL PROTECTED]">mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Argh, sorry. I accpeted the wrong address boo andle. Thought so. No problem. moderator For the onlookers: This topic needs no further comment (let's not waste b

Re: TB won't open a message

2002-03-02 Thread Karin Spaink
On 02-03-2002 at 10:56, Geoff Lane kindly wrote: TB won't open the message by Philippe Goulillou with subject Re: Two things that puzzle me that he created at 08:43 GMT in response to Costas Papadopoulos' query. When I try to view it in the preview pane, the preview pane retains the image of

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-02-2002 at 17:24, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: There is a new revision of the FAQ up there now with the blue lines removed **plus** a completely flat HTML version in expanded outline form. It's not pretty, ... but terribly useful. (And no, I don't mind plenty of white.) Thank you!

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-18 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-02-2002 at 10:31, Dierk Haasis kindly wrote: First of all, my apologies, Marck: navigation _does_ work in my browsers. The problem is that all the blue lines were terribly confusing, and I thought I was still looking at headers instead of information, _especially_ since, after you have

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-18 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-02-2002 at 21:01, Luc kindly wrote: Mrten wrote i bet the validation of the entire page will be invalid: no doctype and no character encoding specified -- W3 validator will not parse a page (as far as i know and tried). You can manually enter the presumed doc type, and then the

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-02-2002 at 19:28, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: Luc wrote in [EMAIL PROTECTED]">mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [re: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBFAQ.html ] KS I'm afraid that this naviagtion isn't a very good idea. KS What's the use of a FAQ that many people cannot access? I have to

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-02-2002 at 00:07, James Senick kindly wrote: Karin, I sympathize with your situation as I am sure Marck does. What you may not be aware of is, if I'm not incorrect, Marck has developed the FAQ voluntarily - as in he wanted to help others without deriving any financial

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-02-2002 at 21:30, Dwight A Corrin kindly wrote: On Sunday, February 17, 2002, 1:34:41 PM, Karin Spaink wrote: Indeed. And is that a reason to ignore the rest? As I told you: I cannot use the page in Mozilla, NS4.7 _nor_ in MSIE5.0. I have proper and fully installed browsers. You

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-02-2002 at 19:28, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: The majority of people can read it and access it well. My lover just tried with his NS6.2, and he can't see it properly either. When he clicks = is there a compiled list of keyboard shortcuts?, he loses the original menu and gets a blank

Re: mystery messages

2002-02-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-02-2002 at 02:17, Jan Rifkinson kindly wrote: Just recently I have sent a couple of msgs out to a Yahoo group. Although these msgs are delivered appear on their server are d/led to my machine, I also get an error stating that my msg cannot be delivered to '[EMAIL

Re: The Bat FAQ, = Navigation

2002-02-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-02-2002 at 00:57, Roelof Otten kindly wrote: Hello Paddy, PL Using: Opera 6.0 Build 1010, Windows ME PL At: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBFAQ.html , PL I can't get the = navigation buttons to work. That's because the faq uses DOM standard JavaScript. Opera does not yet

Re: Cannot read some messages in a folder.

2002-01-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-01-2002 at 13:28, David Stone kindly wrote: For example if there are 10 messages listed then clicking the first in the list will display the message but clicking on message 2 or 3 only displays the text of message one. Going further down the list displays some messages correctly. [..]

The Bat! - suggestion: 'kill dupes' per folder

2002-01-15 Thread Karin Spaink
I'd love to have the 'kill dupes' facility available on folder level instead of on the account level. Motivation: I *do* have double messages in a folder on occasion, but I can never use the feature. I imported my old mail from Eudora, whoch for years didn't put message-ids in sent mail, and I

Re: The Bat! - suggestion: 'kill dupes' per folder

2002-01-15 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-01-2002 at 00:37, Carren Stuart kindly wrote: On Wednesday, 16 January 2002 at 11:28 a.m. Karin wrote: KS I'd love to have the 'kill dupes' facility available on folder KS level instead of on the account level. Not quite sure what you mean here. The kill dupes feature works fine for me

Re: Tabs in emails

2002-01-08 Thread Karin Spaink
On 09-01-2002 at 01:18, Mrten kindly wrote: Om 1:13 op woensdag 9 januari 2002, Peter Palmreuther: 1.) This is some example text with this line intended. OK, I had to move the cursor for this indentation, but first: only the cursor, no Space hitting, second this line and the

Re: Can you edit ...

2001-12-21 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-12-2001 at 20:27, Geoff Lane kindly wrote: Wednesday, December 19, 2001, 2:42:33 PM, Peter Palmreuther wrote: GL I can't find a way to edit the subject directly. GL However, I know that I can move the message to the GL outbox, edit it, then move it back to the Inbox. Is GL this the only

Re: HTML-mail

2001-11-30 Thread Karin Spaink
On 30-11-2001 at 12:04, Geoff Lane kindly wrote: I've been trialling TB for three days. I normally send plain text, so the question of HTML mail has only just occurred to me. I know that TB can read HTML mail -- but can I use it to compose HTML mail? (I suspect that the answer is no, if

Re: HTML-mail

2001-11-30 Thread Karin Spaink
On 30-11-2001 at 13:08, Allie C Martin kindly wrote: Karin Spaink [KS] wrote: [no html] KS another being that this severly limits the danger KS of inadvertedly sending virii. Really? How? Pictures. Didn't we even have a thread once in which somebody explained why TB doesn't include pictures

Re: ctr-C

2001-11-29 Thread Karin Spaink
On 29-11-2001 at 05:06, Dwight A Corrin kindly wrote: After I posted about the 1.54 beta, I moved to a place where I had 1.53 installed, and tested there. I was successful in copying and pasting from an html file. Suggest you consider an upgrade to 1.53 which is the current official version.

Re: Mouse Wheel Scroll functionality

2001-11-29 Thread Karin Spaink
On 29-11-2001 at 16:00, Sean Segel kindly wrote: I noticed that when reading emails that the there is no mouse wheel scroll functionality (mouse wheel will not scroll the page in emails). Under WinNT it does... - K - -- ... she had come to realise that Authority, even when it refrained

Re: Filtering BadTrans

2001-11-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-11-2001 at 09:34, Alberto Almagioni kindly wrote: [BadTrans virus] The main particularity of this virus is that the from address is not exactly the address of the sender. Badt trans add an _ before the address so is quite simple to identify. I'd like to know how I can filter every

Re: ctrl-C

2001-11-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-11-2001 at 20:56, Dan Kalafus kindly wrote: For some reason, I am unable to copy text from an e-mail using ctrl-C. (I'm using The Bat! Version 1.51, on Windows 2000.) It works fine when copying from an e-mail that I'm composing, but not from e-mails I've received. It doesn't work on

Re: ctrl-C

2001-11-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-11-2001 at 23:40, Dwight A Corrin kindly wrote: On Wednesday, November 28, 2001, 2:50:25 PM, Karin Spaink wrote: When you get html mail, you need to go back yo the clear text in order to be able to copy. It may not work in 1.51, I have no where to check, but I can report that in 1.54

Re: ctr-C

2001-11-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-11-2001 at 22:37, Dan Kalafus kindly wrote: For some reason, I am unable to copy text from an e-mail using ctrl-C. It doesn't work on all mails, or only on some? When you get html mail, you need to go back yo the clear text in order to be able to copy. ah-hah! that was it; the

Re: more on screwed up adiminstration

2001-11-26 Thread Karin Spaink
On 26-11-2001 at 03:24, Rick Reumann kindly wrote: When I type in rick who is supposed to be the admin (me) and no password I don't get an error message or anything ..it just sort of hangs on that log in window. I have to ctrl-alt-delete end task. I encountered the same problem once. In

OT: Malaysian?

2001-11-10 Thread Karin Spaink
Sorry for this off-topic message, but quite a number of langages are being spoken here, and I'd like some help. I got a message that I can't read: hai maya saya sangat minat bila maya senyum di harap senyum selalu It might even be spam, but it doesn't look like it. No ads, no url...

Re: Consistent indent

2001-09-23 Thread Karin Spaink
On 24-09-2001 at 02:56, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: Orson Kellogg wrote: OK How can I have consistent indents? Tabs by default are set to be Smart tabs. These are used for aligning columns. Press tab and the cursor lines up with the next word in the line above. *That* I didn't know.

Re: Terrorist Attacks

2001-09-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-09-2001 at 22:37, Stefan Tanurkov kindly wrote: One of my best friends was going to his office in WTC just before the building crashed down... It seems that we all know people who work there, either intimate or from a distance. It's evidence of how tightly knit the world is becoming.

Re: Terrorist Attacks

2001-09-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-09-2001 at 23:33, kevin shirley kindly wrote: One thing that disgusted me was when the news here in the UK showed scenes of Palestinians celebrating. Yes, likewise. Meanwhile Dutch correspondents in the area said that they had seen *nothing* of the kind, so this was probably a carefully

Re: Bye Bye The Bat.... Say Hi to Becky!

2001-09-01 Thread Karin Spaink
On 01-09-2001 at 14:27, ::Andrew:: kindly wrote: did i read that becky can do auto mail on certain dates, ie. email a friend on birthday? That seems pretty handy - would it be easy/possible to set-up in TB? It's already implemented in TB. Go to your address book, pick a friend, go to the

Multii-users (was: Bye Bye The Bat.... Say Hi to Becky!)

2001-08-31 Thread Karin Spaink
On 31-08-2001 at 11:56, Michal Kozusznik kindly wrote: Friday, August 31, 2001, 11:43:39 AM, David van Zuijlekom wrote: What major bugs are you referring too? I just wrote about. HTML interpreter is not important for me. But multi-user mode working correctly on multi-user Win98

Re: Existing bugs

2001-08-31 Thread Karin Spaink
On 31-08-2001 at 13:35, Marck D Pearlstone kindly wrote: Michal Kozusznik wrote to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and made these MK And I want that TB! works on every accounts gives possibility to use it MK by all users. You mean that no matter who is logged in on Windows, all TB users should be able to

Re: TheBat! and Hotmail.

2001-07-29 Thread Karin Spaink
On 29-07-2001 at 15:27, Mark Knipfer kindly wrote: Sunday, July 29, 2001, 9:06:46 AM, Joakim Nilsson wrote: Is it possible to check my Hotmail account with TB! or do I need some external application? After a recent Microsoft and MSN Hotmail discussion, the answer to checking MSN Hotmail

Re: Transfer TB to laptop?

2001-07-21 Thread Karin Spaink
On 22-07-2001 at 01:45, Susanne kindly wrote: is there a way to transfer TB with all my settings and the folder tree intact, without actually transferring all the messages, too? Huh? And how would you *access* these messages, if they are not transferred? You can only do this when your

Re: Transfer TB to laptop?

2001-07-21 Thread Karin Spaink
On 22-07-2001 at 02:03, Susanne kindly wrote: Hi Karin, Huh? And how would you *access* these messages, if they are not transferred? I don't have to have all those messages with me when I travel. I just want to be able to download new messages with my laptop, and have them filtered the

Re: Problems opening certain messages in version beyond 1.49

2001-07-20 Thread Karin Spaink
On 20-07-2001 at 12:44, Thomas F kindly wrote: Richard Stephens wrote: RS I looked like crazy trying to find some common trait in the messages RS TB chose to not display or open but there was nothing that I could RS see. As you will admit, this makes it difficult for bug-hunters to narrow it

Re: Problems opening certain messages in version beyond 1.49

2001-07-20 Thread Karin Spaink
On 20-07-2001 at 15:29, Dierk Haasis kindly wrote: Hello Karin! I do. It's not a memory problem, at least not over here. (Besides, 128 Mb should be enough for Agent, Word and TB.) Don't count on it, the RAM may be enough, but don't forget the GDI heap of 64k; it's the one that could very

Re: Launch URL keyboard shortcut?

2001-07-20 Thread Karin Spaink
On 20-07-2001 at 20:45, Jan Rifkinson kindly wrote: Hello Erik, Erik I did download the AIMkey program to look at later, out of Erik curiousity. [...] Where did u d_load this program from? www.aimsoft.com - K - -- The First Amendment presupposes that right conclusions are more likely

Re: Mail Lists

2001-07-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-07-2001 at 06:15, RL Autry kindly wrote: So we would like to know if TB can be set up to receive and organize e-mail as though it was a newsreader (thread based) by subject and manage and view it as a newsreader would a newsgroup posting such as: click on the plus and the replies

Re: Problems opening certain messages in version beyond 1.49 (was: can't print)

2001-07-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-07-2001 at 11:15, Richard Stephens kindly wrote: OK, my friend, here is the story: (..) I discovered that when I tried to scroll through my messages it got stuck on some of them and would not display. I would click on the message on the upper part of the screen and on the lower part,

Re: Launch URL keyboard shortcut?

2001-07-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-07-2001 at 14:38, Erik kindly wrote: I understand that I can copy, alt-tab to a browser, move the focus to the address bar, paste in the address, press enter, then alt-tab back to TB!. I just thought there would be something simple within TB!, since it already has a multitude of other

Re: altering how the Bat! stores attachments?

2001-07-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 19-07-2001 at 23:15, Charlie Laidlaw kindly wrote: Is it possible to make it not store _any_ copies in the attachments directory, but just use the photo in its original location (my photos folder)? Or is it possible to just stop this duplication, so if the same photo is sent out in

Re: Problems opening certain messages in version beyond 1.49 (was: can't print)

2001-07-18 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-07-2001 at 11:20, Thomas F kindly wrote: Richard Stephens wrote: RS I will be happy to explain what happens in minute detail if anyone RS wants to listen Port wide open. Status: listening. ;-) I'll add. I have the same problem. With html mails only (as you might recall. I posted

Re: can't print

2001-07-18 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-07-2001 at 09:20, Richard Stephens kindly wrote: I have a Stylus Color 640. I also had no problem printing with the v1.53d but what happens is that it is impossible for me to scroll through or select certain mail messages even after having opened them. I had to close the program and

Sudden problem with rich mail

2001-07-11 Thread Karin Spaink
I'm working away from home, laptop and all (WinNT, SP 6a, similar set-up as at home, TB 1.53d), and suddenly I can't properly see rich or html mail. (At home, with TB 1.53bis, everything works beautifully). While the message looks ok in the message list, the moment I open it Subject, Sender, and

Re: Sudden problem with rich mail

2001-07-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-07-2001 at 15:47, David van Zuijlekom kindly wrote: Karin Spaink [KS] wrote KS Any suggestions or quick and dirty hacks? I always open HTML messages in IE by double clicking on the HTML part. Unfortunately, I currently don't even *see* an html part. As I said, the mails won't open

Re: Sudden problem with rich mail

2001-07-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-07-2001 at 16:07, Shot kindly wrote: So I've never had such problems because I have 'show HTML part automatically' disabled. Quick question, if I may: where do I disable this option? Main window, under Options -- Preferences. - K - -- What if the Christ and the Messiah come, and

Re: Sudden problem with rich mail

2001-07-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-07-2001 at 18:33, Dierk Haasis kindly wrote: Hello Karin! Unfortunately, I currently don't even *see* an html part. As I said, the mails won't open; no headers, no body. Sounds a bit like messages composed *only* in HTML, and this part got even stripped somewhere on the way (maybe on

Re: Sudden problem with rich mail

2001-07-11 Thread Karin Spaink
On 11-07-2001 at 17:21, Markus Gloede kindly wrote: Karin Spaink wrote: Unfortunately, I currently don't even *see* an html part. As I said, the mails won't open; no headers, no body. What do you see when you hit F9 (to view the source)? I can't. TB will hang whenever I try (except, as I

Re: Access Violations

2001-07-04 Thread Karin Spaink
On 05-07-2001 at 01:22, Vincent - D. Ertner kindly wrote: since 1.5x (W2K, SP1/2) I get permanent access violations - especially when it's minimized to tray ... something like Exception EAccessViolation in module TheBat.EXE at ... Me too. Sometimes when I close TB, sometimes at random.

Re: bat not secure any more? messages.tbb can be read after locking

2001-07-02 Thread Karin Spaink
On 02-07-2001 at 19:00, Dierk Haasis kindly wrote: Hello john! I love the Bat , but cannot use it without this feature, I hope someone has a solution. SecureBat. That, or PGPdisk. You can assign a portion of any harddisk or partition to PGPdisk, and it will behave like a new, encrypted

Re: Poco means Not Much

2001-06-29 Thread Karin Spaink
On 29-06-2001 at 15:50, Jamie Dainton kindly wrote: Skins. DH Unnecessary. Yes they are. But how many skinable applications usually keep their default skin? I rarely see any winamp user with the default skin. Me! Me! [And I'm even a paid user - bought it in 1998, before it went for free]

Re: Some eval questions

2001-06-29 Thread Karin Spaink
artperspective.com List-Hosted-by: Duta Integrasi Pratama - Indonesia On 29-06-2001 at 18:41, Peter Palmreuther kindly wrote: Hello Mark, MAC Could someone explain this in a little more detail. I think I'd like MAC to take this approach to applying a common set of filters to all of my MAC

Unnerving sigs

2001-06-19 Thread Karin Spaink
This has been bothering me for quite some time: I have taken the time and effort to build quite a large collection of quotes that I like and love, and most of the short ones have by now found their way into my cookie file, and are thus randomly appended under my mail. Randomly? Really? All too

Re: Unnerving sigs

2001-06-19 Thread Karin Spaink
On 20-06-2001 at 02:15, andrew kindly wrote: Hi Karin, KS And of course, *this* time TB chose an innocent one just to KS disprove me. I am freaking out. 'even paranoids have enemies' ;-) Maybe it is all a conspiracy just to drive you insane I simply replied to you, just for testing

Re: What I am waiting for from TheBat! ... Soft Returns in the Editor

2001-06-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 17-06-2001 at 02:44, A Curtis Martin kindly wrote: I use TB!'s editor with Forte' Agent, and also use it for some other editing tasks. Huh? How do you do this? Not by coping text from Agent to TB, replying to it and then copying it back, I presume? If you have figured out another way,

Headers in 1.53bis

2001-06-16 Thread Karin Spaink
This may have been discussed here - I'm not reading the list too well, due to the fact that I'm in the midst of writing a book - so I apologise if I repeat somebody. With version 1.53bis, I have quite a hassle if I want to change a subject or addressee that I typed in. When I go back into the

Re: Headers in 1.53bis

2001-06-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-06-2001 at 21:51, Peter Palmreuther kindly wrote: Hello Karin, KS With version 1.53bis, I have quite a hassle if I want to KS change a subject or addressee that I typed in. When I go KS back into the field, it simply will *not* allow editing: you KS can't move the cursor to the begining

Re: Headers in 1.53bis

2001-06-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-06-2001 at 21:51, Dierk Haasis kindly wrote: Not confirmed. Do you by any chance use the newer bis version (from Thursday)? I use the June 14 version. - K - -- I let Jesus in to my heart. Now I've locked him in there and won't let him out until you accept my list of demands...

Re: Headers in 1.53bis

2001-06-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-06-2001 at 22:10, Rainer Bauer kindly wrote: Karin, KS With version 1.53bis, I have quite a hassle if I want to KS change a subject or addressee that I typed in. When I go KS back into the field, it simply will *not* allow editing: you KS can't move the cursor to the begining of the

Re: Headers in 1.53bis

2001-06-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-06-2001 at 23:04, Peter Palmreuther kindly wrote: Hello Karin, KS The hassle is that I cannot get my cursor there. When I KS click the field, it remains grey and the cursor remains in KS the body, no matter how often I click. And then suddenly - KS often only after pressing the little

Re: Is there any handy list with the description of thebat's icons (e.g. half red envelope, staple, etc.) ?

2001-06-01 Thread Karin Spaink
On 30-03-2000 at 17:28, Sergey kindly wrote: Subj ? Red envelope means: urgent. If yoiu want to set priority for a message, click on the little green icon in the status bar of your message (at the bottom of the message that you're creating). Btw, your computer clock is 14 months behind The

Re: (No Subject)

2001-05-29 Thread Karin Spaink
On 30-05-2001 at 02:01, Brian Clark kindly wrote: @ 6:11:59 PM on 5/29/2001, Peter Palmreuther wrote: --(snip)-- PP %QUOTE=SIMPLY NOTHING PP *G* ... who would have thought THIS? *grin* I know, same here. Personally, I wouldn't do it that way though. If I *HAD* to do it, I'd use letters

Re: hot button suggestion

2001-05-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-05-2001 at 09:36, Dwight A Corrin kindly wrote: On Monday, May 28, 2001, 2:13:38 AM, Dierk Haasis wrote: What about automatic purge+compress at shut down? I haven't found it. Look under Folder - Properties. - K - -- I do not fear computers. I fear lack of them. - Isaac Asimov

Re: mailto: magic

2001-05-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 29-05-2001 at 00:29, Maurice Snellen kindly wrote: Sunday, May 27, 2001, 3:51:43 PM, Karin wrote: I saw some mails on how to automatically get text into the body of the message using the mailto: URL; is it also possible to add custom headers to a message this way? KS mailto:[EMAIL

Re: mailto: magic

2001-05-27 Thread Karin Spaink
On 27-05-2001 at 15:29, Maurice Snellen kindly wrote: I saw some mails on how to automatically get text into the body of the message using the mailto: URL; is it also possible to add custom headers to a message this way? Yes: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=X%20Ybody=Z will create a mail

Re: mailto: magic

2001-05-27 Thread Karin Spaink
On 27-05-2001 at 16:09, Charlie (ceejay) kindly wrote: Hi Karin, KS mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=X%20Ybody=Z KS will create a mail addressed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] KS with the subject: X Y KS and in the body: Z KS Don't use spaces, use %20 instead. Not good advice Karin, read:

Re: X-MDaemon-Deliver-To

2001-05-25 Thread Karin Spaink
On 25-05-2001 at 14:04, John Phillips kindly wrote: Doe this mean that our good friends in Indonesia are using MDaemon to resend the mail handle the mailing list? You'd think so: Received: from mailin9.bigpond.com by dutaint.com with SMTP (MDaemon.PRO.v4.0.1.R) - K - -- Hier

Re: Theading with non standard Subject containing SV:

2001-05-24 Thread Karin Spaink
On 24-05-2001 at 08:47, Ottar Grimstad kindly wrote: In Norway Microsoft in their wisdom (not) and disrespect for standards, prefaces answers with SV: instead of Re: in their mail products. This messes up the threading in a Norwegian mailing list I participate in. Have you tried

Re: When Did This Start?

2001-05-21 Thread Karin Spaink
On 21-05-2001 at 21:41, Nick Andriash kindly wrote: All of a sudden I now see that TB! amends any line starting with from by putting a in front of it. I've never noticed that before, and so now I have to use the dash-escape feature of both PGP and GPG to dash-escape that line. This is what

Re: When Did This Start?

2001-05-21 Thread Karin Spaink
On 21-05-2001 at 22:03, Jason Ellis kindly wrote: Hello Karin, me tries From here on in... Nope, I can type it fine without TB's editor kicking in and putting quote characters in from^Hnt. But actually, it is doing it. When I tested, the editor did not kick in - it never actually showed

Re: Hard reset needed - TB crashes 1.52f

2001-05-17 Thread Karin Spaink
On 18-05-2001 at 01:02, Mark G. kindly wrote: I had the Bat v1.52f (business user licence) lock up my system completely three times today. My system is a Dell WinNT 4.0 Server SP6a running IIS 4.0 fully patched and Cold Fusion App. server 4.51. The lock up required a hard reset -

Re: Importing Eudora Mail

2001-05-16 Thread Karin Spaink
On 16-05-2001 at 17:12, Gerry Doyon kindly wrote: Hello Marck, GD Can he send me just the Eudora folder files for me to be able to GD import it in to TB!? MDP Since TB wants to point to Eudora, not just the folders, maybe this MDP won't work. That will need an e-Eudora user to answer in more

The Bat! 1.52 - bug report

2001-05-07 Thread Karin Spaink
[Actually, this is a copy of a bug report I submitted for TB 1.48. It still persists.] I'm using The Bat! Version 1.52 Serial Number F6B77929 under Windows NT 4.0 Build 1381 Service Pack 6 The bug description: When deleting a few mails simultaneously in an open thread in Folder View,

Re: unopened message icon

2001-05-06 Thread Karin Spaink
On 06-05-2001 at 16:37, Dwight A Corrin kindly wrote: What is the difference between an unopened message with a yellow envelope icon and one with a red one? The red one is a high-priority message. - K - -- What if the Christ and the Messiah come, and they're two different guys? Would

*.tmp files problem

2001-05-06 Thread Karin Spaink
Ever since I moved to v1.52 - yesterday evening - zero bytes *.tmp files have started to accumulate in my c:\temp directory. By now, I have 25 of them; some of them survived shutting down TB overnight and can't be deleted (I assume I'd need to shut down my computer before I can do that).

Re: *.tmp files problem

2001-05-06 Thread Karin Spaink
On 06-05-2001 at 17:57, Ron Secord kindly wrote: Hi Karin, KS Ever since I moved to v1.52 - yesterday evening - zero bytes KS *.tmp files have started to accumulate in my c:\temp KS directory. There was a big debate about this back around Beta 10 or 11 and it seemed at the time that just

Re: Edit received messages

2001-05-06 Thread Karin Spaink
On 06-05-2001 at 18:13, Anne-Sophie Hombert kindly wrote: Up to now, I've been using the following: export the message(s) to *.mbx format, edit it(them) and then reimport in TB! It works fine but I was just wondering if there was a faster way to do this? Move the message to the Outbox, edit

Re: Message flags

2001-05-05 Thread Karin Spaink
On 05-05-2001 at 16:43, Silviu Cojocaru kindly wrote: What are message flags good for ? To designate the meaning *you* attach to them. Some people use flags to mark urgent mails, others use them to yet-to- be-replied to mails, etc. - K - -- Inessential insanities get one in trouble with

Re: Cursor under the wrong message

2001-05-05 Thread Karin Spaink
On 05-05-2001 at 17:07, Sir Jinx! kindly wrote: Although I sort my messages by creation time, in ascending order, when I jump to a new folder [TBUDL or any other], the cursor almost always falls in the middle of the message list! What i the cause of this annoying behavior? I witnessed

Re: Step-by-step for moving TB

2001-05-03 Thread Karin Spaink
On 03-05-2001 at 06:40, Jan Rifkinson kindly wrote: Hi Jason, Jason I bought the new computer from Dell and Jason everything was pre-installed, Having gone thru the same process myself on a new Dell I strongly suggest you have tech support point you to the Dell document that lists

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

2001-05-03 Thread Karin Spaink
On 03-05-2001 at 10:39, Thomas kindly wrote: Olivier Mascia wrote: OM Where could I : a) read the current wish list, Must be a trade secret. We only remember what is in there, because people usually announce this here. There used to be a wish list at konstantine-online.de or so, I don't

Re: Sorting Office/Filters

2001-05-02 Thread Karin Spaink
On 02-05-2001 at 18:59, Frederick Fisher Jr. kindly wrote: I was a bit wrong in my last message...I don't have to hit re-filter to get a message to show up in the correct color group. It seems that as soon as a message is marked read that it will show up correctly... I'm afraid that your

Re: Bringing newsgroup and mailing lists messages together

2001-04-28 Thread Karin Spaink
On 28-04-2001 at 20:02, PFord kindly wrote: So, I was thinking that I might switch to using Agent for both newsgroups and mailing lists, keeping The Bat! for non-mailing list use, but that would be a kludgy workaround. I'd rather find a way to get my newsgroups messages into The Bat! Easy,

Re: Auto-wraping of quoted text on reply ?

2001-04-22 Thread Karin Spaink
On 22-04-2001 at 16:14, Alexander Levenetz kindly wrote: Hello Allie, The %Wrapped macro is still very useful because it may be used to wrap introductions, cookies and other single paragraphs. Maybe a stupid question but why would I want to include cookies in an email?? If you think of

Re: Expanding Threads

2001-04-22 Thread Karin Spaink
On 22-04-2001 at 13:17, Chema Berian kindly wrote: Is there a way to expand completely a thread?? Press + on the numeric pad of your keybord, and the whole thread will open. some threads become ugly in size. If you are reading another thread/folder and a new message in a ugly thread

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