On Thu, 8 Jan 2009 21:13:12 +0700 GMT (08/01/2009, 21:13 +0700 GMT),
t Assuming I create them all by hand for mail coming in, what's the
t easiest way to copy the lot to outgoing mail and then fix them by
The easiest (but not fastest) way is to support this wish:
t Thomas, this is supposing I guess that I can run 4.1.17 or whatever
No, this is supposing you are running 5.x or 6.x. It is a wish, this
feature is not implemented yet. In fact, it is assigned to a Ritlabs
staff who left the company quite some time ago, so nobody is working
t but I cannot as last time I tried I still crashed and I saw I am
t not the only one where either a clean or upgrade of system goes wrong.
t No idea what goes wrong but I end up with NO executable in the Bat
This is bad news. Since nobody else reported it, let's find out what
is different on your system.
What kind of Windows are you running?
Are you logged in as user or admin? Do you have admin rights?
t I checked it obviously manually and you can also see it as the
t bat Icon on desktop goes to the one used in case it refers to a missing
t file. And it really is missing...
Does the icon go the the new version? Hm. Over here (Win XP SP2), the
file name is always the same, regardless of the version number.
t So I am running 4.0.38 I had a msg when booting up the bat just now
t that there was a new upgrade but no idea what got fixed.
The changelog is somewhere on the Ritlabs website. Have a look.
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