Re: TB not exiting properly

2020-05-21 Thread jb_lists_tb
On Thursday, May 21, 2020, 2:26:09 AM, Susanne wrote:

> I've noticed that TB is not exiting properly when I hit the x.
> Whenever I do and later try to start TB again, I am told there is
> still and instance running and have to end task in the Task manager,
> before I can start the program again.

It is a long standing problem. I was supposed to have been fixed in TB!
v9.x  but  I  still  have  the  same  issue.  It  also  means that TB!
automatically starts with Windows, whether or not I want it to.

Ritlabs  are  aware of the issue and there was a particular reason for
it,  but  I  cannot  remember the technical details now, although I am
sure that someone else on here does and will chip in.


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Re: Sig cutoff

2019-09-04 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Chris Wilson,

On Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 3:47:41 AM, Chris Wilson wrote:

> I  checked before posting this, delimiter is present, two dashes and a
> space.

> --

The space is gone when it reaches a list, and the DM that Thomas sent
me was also missing the space, which does suggest that GMX is removing
the space in transit. This will also cause problems with message
signing.

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Re: Sig cutoff

2019-09-03 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Thomas Fernandez,

On Tuesday, September 3, 2019, 2:21:55 PM, Thomas Fernandez wrote:

> ...and now it's gone. Weird.

> Can someboy lese using GMX please test this, so that we can see
> whether they cut trailing blanks in order to "improve" customer
> experience?

I don't use GMX, but looking through other messages on the list,
messages from Chris Wilson and Feli Wilke also appear to come via GMX
(using a different domain name in Chris' case) and are also missing
the space, so it does look like it could be a GMX issue.

Thomas, if you DM me a reply, I can check to see whether the space is
missing from that, which will rule out the list software doing
something to messages via GMX.

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Re: Sig cutoff

2019-09-03 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Thomas Fernandez,

On Monday, September 2, 2019, 2:28:46 AM, Thomas Fernandez wrote:

> Funny thing, this: The cut-off works when I reply to your message, but
> not when I reply to my own. I double-checked, and yes, there is one
> black after the two dashes in my template...

> Please try to reply to your own message and see whether it works fine.

> --

It appears from my message thread in TB (v8.8) that Thomas' cut mark
is missing the space (I've copied it into a text editor to
double-check) and Jack's is correct.

Jack's messages are therefore quoting correctly, and Thomas' aren't.


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Re: Outlook Calendar emails

2018-07-11 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Tom,

On Monday, July 9, 2018, 10:02:24 PM, Tom wrote:

>  yes,  I  realise  what they are and squinting long enough can get the
>  relevant  information  out of the gibberish being served but I agree,
>  ideally  TB  should  make  them  readable  in  an  easy txt format. I
>  understand that the program does not have a calendar function and
>  I am fine with that but most of my partners do use outlook and
>  assume everyone else is too.

I use my phone email client to handle .ics files, as it displays them
in an easy to read format, and adds them to my Google calendar,
handling the invite response effectively too. It would be good it TB!
could do something similar (if just the display of the invite in a
readable format).


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Re: Converting POP to IMAP

2017-11-16 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Richard,

On Thursday, November 16, 2017, 4:10:16 PM, Richard Newman wrote:

>   Anybody have a suggestion(s) as to how to most effeciently convert a
>   POP account to IMAP with syncing existing TB sub-folders?  Or a 
>   clear source for that information?

I am not sure whether you can sync with existing TB sub-folders - you
would need to create these in the IMAP account, and then copy across
existing messages. You could write a sorting office rule to copy
messages in other sub-folders into your IMAP account in TB
automatically, I guess, from where they would be synchronised. Any
filtering done in the IMAP account in TB should be reflected back in
the IMAP account, as long as you are filtering to folders in that
account.

I  generally do server-side filtering these days, as it means that the
filtering   works  from any device, not just TB. That said, I am lucky
that  my  mail  provider (FastMail) provides a comprehensive filtering
language that enables this.

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Re: The Bat!'s QR Code generator?

2017-08-09 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Thomas,

Wednesday, August 9, 2017, 11:09:01 AM, you wrote:

> I  use  it  to  generate  QR  codes.  I  don't  have any other QR code
> generator  and  am  not sure what this has to do with email, but it is
> useful for me.

I've never used it before, but just tested it (using TB! Version
7.3.12 (64-bit)), and it appears to work well, and is better than the
various online generators that keep your data and show you ads as the
cost of generating a code.

It  is  not something I am going to use very often, but as you say, it
is useful.


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Re: Can I set up an IMAP account for a gmail address?

2017-03-06 Thread jb_lists_tb
On Monday, March 6, 2017, 12:19:45 AM, Melissa Reese wrote:

> I tried that, but it still didn't work for me. I wonder if you could
> mention all the settings/ports/etc. you're using for both incoming and
> outgoing mail on that account? Thanks!

Just  a  thought  - do you need to set up an app specific password for
TB on Gmail? I think that I had to do that at some point over the last
year or two in order to continue to use Gmail with TB.

I  am  using  the  same  connection  settings as the others, and these
worked before I upgrade to 7.x, so I don't think it is the TB version.

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Re: Pasting text into The Bat

2014-09-23 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Forums,

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 2:02:32 PM, Forums wrote:

 Thanks for the suggestions - I think that the plain text option may
 suffice on a piece I have tried. Should have thought of that but
 expected it to work as other programs do.

Before Paste as Plain Text appeared in The Bat!, I used an application
called Get Plain Text which turns whatever is on the clipboard into
plain text so you can paste it in to something else. I still use it
occasionally, as there are a few programs that don't have an option to
paste unformatted text.

http://clipdiary.com/getplaintext/


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Re: Pasting text into The Bat

2014-09-22 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Forums,

On Monday, September 22, 2014, 4:51:44 PM, Forums wrote:

 When I paste text into TB it brings in the format from the document
 rather than inheriting the format of the document I am pasting into.
 Is there a setting I can change to alter this please. I have looked
 through the options but cannot see anything relevant.

Try Ctl-Shift-V or Edit|Paste as plain text.

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Re: Regex help

2014-04-29 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Stuart,

On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 2:50:22 PM, Stuart wrote:

 I am looking for help with regex. I need to export the text from an
 e-mail to a text file. When I receive the email it looks like this.

 asd, sdf, dfg, asd

 Unfortunately when I export this is ends up like this.

 asd,  sdf,   dfg,  asd

 This seems to be the way the program sending the file represents it.

What is in the whitespace between the groups of characters in the
original email? Tabs or spaces? It looks like tabs being expanded so
perhaps the export process is turning tabs into spaces?

How are you exporting the email? Save As?

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Re: Using '' in HTML

2014-02-21 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Assad Kety,

On Friday, February 21, 2014, 7:49:47 AM, Assad Kety wrote:

 I  have  a  problem  with  greater symbol '' in my HTML template. The
 template  renders  fine in plain text but in html it is messed up. How
 to solve this please? Thanks.

It might because that symbol is used to close tags in HTML. What about
using gt; instead?

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Re: Spam Catchers

2013-09-27 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello David Elliott,

On Friday, September 27, 2013, 3:47:52 PM, David Elliott wrote:

 What do you all use to catch SPAM?

AntiSpamSniper - http://www.antispamsniper.com

I have been using it for years.

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Re: Error sound

2013-07-08 Thread jb_lists_tb
On Saturday, July 6, 2013, 1:33:21 PM, Thomas Fernandez wrote:

 I have taken the tick-mark off Warnings for now, I might take it
 off Errors too if it gets too annoying. However, I find the Alarm
 Sound quite usefull in general, as it had helped me identify servers
 that were down.

There has been a long-standing feature request to highlight the
account giving rise to the error (perhaps turning the account name
red) to make it easier to find which account is generating the error.
I have 10 accounts to check through if there is an error, and of course
clicking on the account triggers a mail check and the log window scrolls,
hiding the original error message unless I open the log.

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Re: Error sound

2013-07-08 Thread jb_lists_tb
On Monday, July 8, 2013, 10:48:10 PM, you wrote:

 I access the account via the main window bottom bar and can see the
 log without triggering a mail poll

Perhaps it is because I am using IMAP. If I select an account other
than  the  current active account, whether through the account tree or
the main window bottom bar, it triggers a mail poll. I have the
accounts set to Connect to Server...when account is selected, which
is why it refreshes when it does. I want to keep this behaviour, but
the scrolling of the log window is the downside. An visual indication
of the account giving the error would tell me which log to check.

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License Agreement

2012-04-27 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

When the TB! licence says that it can only be used on one computer at
a time, does that mean that I can install a single licensed version on
my PC and Laptop as long as I don't use both at the same time? I need
to work out whether I need 2 or 3 licenses for 2 PCs and 1 laptop.

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Pasting Formatted Text

2012-02-17 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

I use the HTML editor on some of my accounts. One of the disadvantages
of doing this is that The Bat! does not have a Paste Plain Text
option. This means that text pasted in brings in the source
formatting, and I have to spend some time removing this again, and
it is sometimes impossible for HTML text.

Enter Get Plain Text, a free 70Kb application that you can pin to your
Windows taskbar. Its sole function is to convert clipboard contents to
plain text so that you can paste it in without any formatting.
Brilliant! I've saved the installation time already this morning!

Google for Get Plain Text.

(No doubt someone will post how to do all this within TB!, in which
case I can uninstall it again!)

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Re: The Bat! v5 Upgrade Experience

2012-01-04 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Ian A. White,

On Wednesday, January 4, 2012, 12:24:37 AM, Ian A. White wrote:


  Current beta is 5.0.26.19 | 'Using TBBETA' information:

 So it comes down to is 5.0.26.19 an ALPHA or BETA. The announcement of
 this versions clearly states:

  The Bat! 5.0.26.19 (ALPHA) is available at

 So, which is right?

It looks like the version footer has been updated, as it now says
5.0.30.2. I am using 5.0.30, which was downloaded from the main
Ritlabs site, so it is a release version and not a beta.

The ALPHA / BETA issue is confusing, but I am sticking to release
versions for my day to day use and I follow TBBETA just so I can see
what is happening with the development.

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Re: The Bat! v5 Upgrade Experience

2012-01-04 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Avram,

On Tuesday, January 3, 2012, 6:42:24 PM, Sacks, Avram wrote:


 Does ver. 5 now work better with IMAP?   

 If I do switch to IMAP, will IMAP mail that is filtered appear to be
 merged seamlessly with mail that has already been downloaded and
 filtered to one of two dozen folders.

I did not have any particular problems with IMAP with v4, but there
have been some improvements to IMAP so your experience might be better
now.

You cannot switch accounts from POP3 to IMAP so you would need to
create new accounts. The existing messages would need to be moved into
an IMAP folder to be accessible, but I kept my original POP3 folders
with messages as archives rather than move messages, because I can
search across multiple folders and accounts within TB anyway. The
filtering works exactly the same way under IMAP, although I tend to
use server-side filtering for arranging messages into folders, and use
the filtering in TB for colour groups, etc


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Re: IMAP - No message loaded error

2010-10-26 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TheLimit,

On Monday, October 25, 2010, 9:57:08 PM, TheLimit wrote:

 Thanks for your reply. If any of my answers give you
 reason to think I can give the thing a swift kick, I'd
 appreciate knowing what boots to wear :-)

 I'm beginning to think that not many Batters are using
 IMAP, and maybe more to the point, the reason for it :-/

I have Thunderbird installed for just such occasions. My preferred
client is The Bat, but since it is IMAP, I can use any client to get the
messages and Thunderbird is a good way of testing whether the problem
is server or client related.

The things that cause problems for me are accounts with lots of
folders or lots of accounts to check at the same time, particularly
when there are messages waiting in several of them. One large email
can hold up everything else and I wonder whether the connections
timeout and hang. You could play around with some of the settings in
Properties|Mail Management|IMAP Fine Tune at account level and see
whether that makes a difference.

There is a new version of IMAP for The Bat in the works, and hopefully
this will address some of the current issues.

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Re: IMAP - No message loaded error

2010-10-25 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TheLimit,

On Sunday, October 24, 2010, 7:12:04 PM, TheLimit wrote:

 Nothing has changed in the account settings. I'm stumped.
 If anyone can tell me how to get it to load these messages
 so I can read them, I'm all ears. A few of them at least are
 important; those which are obviously spam can't be
 deleted.

Does the Connection Centre show any activity when you select one of
the messages or select [F2] to download? What are the folder
synchronisation settings? (Right click on the folder and select the
top item in the menu).

I sometimes get this problem on my laptop, usually on a slow
connection, when it takes a very long time for message bodies to
appear. Sometimes restarting TB works, but at other times I just have
to wait - the connection centre shows the downloads in the queue but
nothing happens. In some cases I end up using webmail. Eventually the
messages appear in TB.

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Kludges.txt

2010-09-03 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

Whenever I start TB, the file Kludges.txt is created in my startup
Windows7 toolbar folder. I am sure that I have had the problem before,
but I cannot remember what the cause and solution was.

The file contains the following:

,- [ Content of Kludges.txt ]
| x-spam-checker-version
| x-spam-level
| x-spam-report
| x-spam-status
| x-uidl
| x-agnitum-antispam
| x-agnitum-antispam-rank
| x-virusbuster-antispam
| x-virusbuster-antispam-rank
`-

I am not sure if it comes from TB, Outpost Security Suite, NOD32 or
AntiSpamSniper. It started appearing after my last update of Outpost,
but I can find no mentions of Kludges.txt anywhere in the Outpost help
forums or in wider internet searches.

Any ideas anyone?


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Re: TB Crashes

2009-12-07 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Tim Hamm,

On Sunday, December 6, 2009, 5:12:18 AM, Tim Hamm wrote:

   Can anyone tell me why TB crashes all the time when launching a Word
   doc? This has become extremely annoying to say the least. And why
   does TB hesitate so long in sending mail? It acts as though it's on
   it's last leg.


You don't mention what version of Word you are using and I guess that
the lack of reports of such problems previously on the list means that
the problem is specific to the configuration of your machine.

Word is involved in the composing of Outlook mail, so there is a
potential interaction between Word and email. I would have a look at
the Email settings in Outlook - check what the default settings are
for sending messages (and switch to text only as a test). It would
also be worth what the default programs are for email related
activities are (in Outlook 2007, look under
Tools|Options|Other|Default programs. If TB is not handling all the
email related activities then change it.

The other thing that can sometimes cause strange application crashes
is a graphic driver issue. It would be worth checking whether there
are more up to date drivers available.

The final thing, as others have mentioned, are firewall and anti-virus
issues. Turning off these (one at a time and then both) may help to
rule this out. Both are likely to have a hand in the sending of mail.

I hope that you find a solution soon. I know how frustrating it is to
have a difficult IT problem that no-one else experiences.

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Mangled Messages with attachments

2009-11-26 Thread jb_lists_tb
Dear TBUDL,

Using the latest version of TB, I am having problems with emails
arriving at their destination mangled and with half the headers
missing. No From: To: or Subject: headers appear on the messages. An
example of what the recipient receives is attached:

,- [ Body of Email Received by Recipient ]
| Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 11:20:31 +
| From: Julian Beach julianbe...@x.co.uk
| Organization: xxx
| X-Priority: 3 (Normal)
| Message-ID: 631437289.20091126112...@x.co.uk
| To: Bill x x
| Subject: 
| User-agent: RITLABS Mailer v4.2.10.1
| MIME-Version: 1.0
| Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
|  boundary=--3A1CB214B523CC4
| 
| 3A1CB214B523CC4
| Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
|  boundary=--623A132DC4F572
| 
| 
| 623A132DC4F572
| Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-15
| Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
`-

This has happened repeatedly to messages since upgrading to Windows 7
(x64). I think that the problem is related to NOD32 and it would be
interesting to know whether anyone else is having similar problems and
whether  they  are using NOD. (I see that there is an update to NOD to
address  some  Windows  7  issues,  so  it  will be interesting to see
whether this solves the managled messages problem.

Julian

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Address AutoComplete

2009-08-11 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

Is  there a way to turn off Address Autocomplete of the To: field? The
risk  of  errors  is  quite  high,  particularly  since  the method of
selecting  the desired entry from the list (down arrow and then Enter)
is  different  from  that of most other autocomplete lists (down arrow
and tab).


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Re: Address AutoComplete

2009-08-11 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello MFPA,

On Tuesday, August 11, 2009, 2:10:15 PM, MFPA wrote:

 Is  there a way to turn off Address Autocomplete of the
 To: field? 


 Options | Preferences | Viewer/Editor | Message headers

 select To: and press Edit. On the Editing tab, remove whichever
 ticks you wish. The change will also apply to CC: and BCC: fields.

Thank  you,  just what I was looking for.

Rather than make the address picking process completely manual (which
means opening the Addressbook and selecting the contact), I have
settled for displaying a list of suggestions from the default account
addressbook without autocompleting. It is the autocomplete that trips
me up!

For down-arrow, tab, I was thinking of the autocomplete in browser
(Firefox) fields, where you can select the entry by using the down
arrow to select the entry you want and using TAB to fill the field
with it. Enter there results in submitting a blank form!

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Date field in TB! adding an hour

2009-08-03 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

I  user  at  work noted that my emails appeared one hour ahead.

Looking  at  the  headers  in  my  messages,  everything appears to be
normal,  but  then  I noted that one email I sent does indeed have the
incorrect  time.  I  am  in the GMT timezone plus an hour for Daylight
Saving  (BST).  My PC is set to GMT and has added an hour for Daylight
saving and the time is correct.

Normal Message:

Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 12:38:30 +0100
Received: from [snip]
by out1.messagingengine.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id *;
Mon,  3 Aug 2009 07:38:32 -0400 (EDT)

Incorrect Message:

Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2009 10:56:23 +
Received: from [snip]
by out1.messagingengine.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id *;
Mon,  3 Aug 2009 05:56:26 -0400 (EDT)

On  the  normal  message, the Sent Items folder (IMAP) correctly shows
the  Sent  and  Received times as 12.38. On the incorrect message, the
Sent and Received times are shown as 10:56 and 11:56.

Any idea what is causing this?

Julian

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Re: 2 TB Icons on Task Bar in Vista

2009-07-17 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Thomas,

On Friday, July 17, 2009, 6:51:26 PM, you wrote:

 I don't use Vista, but I heard people complain about two TB! icons
 under XP. It turned out that the second icon was the Connection
 Center. Can you check whether this is the case by choosing the second
 icon?

Thanks  for  the response. No, the icon is definitely a blank one and
not   the  connection  centre,  which  I also have on the taskbar from
time to time. Closing the blank one (right click and close) closes TB!


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   Julian  

   Using The Bat! v4.2.6 on Windows Vista 6.0 Build 6001 Service Pack 1




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Re: 2 TB Icons on Task Bar in Vista

2009-07-17 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello Chasonek,

On Friday, July 17, 2009, 9:30:55 PM, Chasonek wrote:

 I spent several days-weeks (several e-mails) with the techs at TB! and
 we never did find out what was causing it.
 In fact, the Tech I e-mailed with had never heard of it, and that was
 all we ended up at.
 Since I was the only one that had e-mailed them about this problem, it
 was concluded that I had something on my computer that NO-ONE-ELSE had
 one their computer and it was MY fault, but formatting my computer
 would fix it

I am sure that some issues were raised in one of the beta rounds
before I had Vista (so 18+ months ago), but I am not sure what the
outcome was and I have not found anything describing the exact
symptoms in the Bugtracker.

Anyway, you are not alone - it is affecting both my Vista machines.

-- 
   Julian  

   Using The Bat! v4.2.6 on Windows Vista 6.0 Build 6001 Service Pack 1




Current version is 4.2.6 | 'Using TBUDL' information:
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2 TB Icons on Task Bar in Vista

2009-07-15 Thread jb_lists_tb
Hello TB! Users,

I  have  a  problem  with  two icons for TB appearing on my taskbar in
Windows Vista. It affects both Vista machines.

When  I  first start TB, two buttons appear on the task bar. One has the
TB  icon  and is labelled The Bat! and the other has the icon but is
otherwise  blank.  The  blank  button usually goes away if I close and
restart  TB.  I  have  tried  various  things to get rid of the second
button without success. Any suggestions?

-- 
   Julian  

   Using The Bat! v4.2.6 on Windows Vista 6.0 Build 6001 Service Pack 1




Current version is 4.2.6 | 'Using TBUDL' information:
http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html