Re: Moving messages

2019-07-24 Thread Richard Newman via TBUDL
Hello Dwight, Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 2:23:54 PM, you wrote: DC> I have accidently deleted a number of messages. I don't seem to be DC> able to move them back from my trash folder. Feeling stupid, I need 1) Mark them in the trash folder. 2) Control + V will bring up "Move to" 3) Choose

Re: Moving messages

2019-07-24 Thread MAU
Hello Dwight, > I have accidently deleted a number of messages. I don't seem to be > able to move them back from my trash folder. Feeling stupid, I need > advice. I assume it will not work with IMAP accounts, which you seem to be using. But with POP, all you have to do is on

Re: Moving messages

2019-07-24 Thread Paul Van Noord
7/24/2019 2:27 PM Hi Dwight, On 7/24/2019 Dwight Corrin wrote: DC> I have accidently deleted a number of messages. I don't seem to be DC> able to move them back from my trash folder. Feeling stupid, I need DC> advice. DC> -- DC> Dwight A. Corrin DC> 316.207.6581 DC> dcorrin at

Moving messages

2019-07-24 Thread Dwight Corrin
I have accidently deleted a number of messages. I don't seem to be able to move them back from my trash folder. Feeling stupid, I need advice. -- Dwight A. Corrin 316.207.6581 dcorrin at fastmail.fm Using IMAP with The Bat! Version 8.8.9 (64-bit) on Windows version 10,0 ()

Moving messages

2012-10-08 Thread Thomas Fernandez
! versions (up to v4) this took a long time, during which TB! is blocked. The Moving messages dialog was up front and did not allow me to do anything within TB!. Today (with v5) it was different. There was no dialog and I thought nothing was happening, but my CPU-busy dial and my Memory-in-use dial (some

moving messages

2007-03-01 Thread Tom
Hello Everyone, I regularly clean out my inbox and transfer the accumulated emails to other folders. I noticed that recently while the process works fine, the little pop-up box moving messages with the bar showing the process seems to get stuck somewhere around 80%. My impression

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Thorvald, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 07:47:31 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 7:47 +0200, where I live), you wrote: TN I am wondering if it is somehow possible to have TB automatically use TN filters to move parked messages to an archive folder. I never tried it, but upon looking in the scheduler, I found

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Thorvald Neumann
Hæ! Friday, July 29, 2005, 09:12, Roelof Otten wrote: And when you've tried it, please report back whether it works. It would be nice to know that it has been tested. ;-) Ah, I will have a look. Never used the scheduler before in TB. -- Kveðja, Thorvald Neumann | http://www.aesir.de/ | The

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Thorvald Neumann
Hæ! Friday, July 29, 2005, 09:52, Thorvald Neumann wrote: Ah, I will have a look. Hmmh, I scheduled the refilter action using one of my read filters for 10:00. The read filter checks if there are parked messages which are older than two days, if yes, they will be moved to a specific folder.

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Thorvald, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 10:07:15 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 10:07 +0200, where I live), you wrote: TN Hmmh, I scheduled the refilter action using one of my read filters for TN 10:00. The read filter checks if there are parked messages which are TN older than two days, if yes, they will be

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Thorvald Neumann
Hæ! Friday, July 29, 2005, 10:19, Roelof Otten wrote: Was it a manual or an automatic filter? A manual one. -- Kveðja, Thorvald Neumann | http://www.aesir.de/ | The Bat! v3.51.10 Professional K9 v1.28 | Windows XP Pro (v5.1.2600)

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Thorvald, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 10:45:40 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 10:45 +0200, where I live), you wrote: Was it a manual or an automatic filter? TN A manual one. I just tried it with an automatic filter, it copied messages older than 100 days to my test folder and hat seems to work. I have set

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Roelof, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 11:02:49 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 11:02 +0200, where I live), you wrote: RO I just tried it with an automatic filter, it copied messages older RO than 100 days to my test folder and hat seems to work. Upon checking again, I selected two folders to be re-filtered,

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Thorvald Neumann
Hæ! Friday, July 29, 2005, 11:02, Roelof Otten wrote: It's possible that it doesn't function as could be expected when it's a manual filter. Strange, I changed it to an automatic filter, but the scheduled job did not work. I have no idea why. -- Kveðja, Thorvald Neumann |

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Roelof, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 11:02:49 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 11:02 +0200, where I live), you wrote: RO I just tried it with an automatic filter, it copied messages older RO than 100 days to my test folder and hat seems to work. I have set it RO to repeat every hour, just to check whether the

Re: Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-29 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Thorvald, On Fri, 29 Jul 2005 11:55:34 +0200GMT (29-7-2005, 11:55 +0200, where I live), you wrote: TN Strange, I changed it to an automatic filter, but the scheduled job TN did not work. I have no idea why. I guess we need some additional testing. -- Groetjes, Roelof Everyone IS

Automatic moving messages to archive folder

2005-07-28 Thread Thorvald Neumann
Hæ! I am wondering if it is somehow possible to have TB automatically use filters to move parked messages to an archive folder. I have a couple of mailinglist folders where I park interesting messages for further reference. I have a few manual read-filters for these folders, moving parked

Moving Messages to Unsubscribed IMAP Folders?

2004-06-23 Thread Rocky Giannini
Hello All, I am a long-time Bat follower (probably 3 or 4 years), but have only recently taken the plunge and registered the program because of the advances made with IMAP support -- I use IMAP exclusively because I need to be able to read my mail from several different PCs/Unix systems, etc. In

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-07 Thread Nick Dutton
Hello Ken, Wednesday, April 7, 2004, 05:24, you wrote: kg Then Nick's original post doesn't make much sense So what if you have two sub-folders with the same name? Yes I know it's not a great filing system, but it's too late now... -- Nick Using TheBat!: v2.04.7 on Windows XP 5.1 Build

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-06 Thread Robin Anson
On Tue 6 April 2004, 14:13:38 +1000, Ken Green wrote: Interesting... I use Ctrl+V all the time, but never have to touch the arrow keys. I have two client folders named with their respective client codes, which happen to be very similar (CCK and CCSRV). Obviously, to get to the correct folder

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-06 Thread ken green
Robin Anson wrote: No. What you are doing continues to work in v2. Then Nick's original post doesn't make much sense (to me, at least) -- Ken Green Using The Bat! v1.62r on Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195 Service Pack 4 Current version is

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-05 Thread ken green
Roelof Otten wrote: ND I realise that this is a failing of my filing system, but has anyone ND found a way that I can jump to the next match using the keyboard? Press Arrow down followed by pressing the character you're searching on. Interesting... I use Ctrl+V all the time, but never have

Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-01 Thread Nick Dutton
Hello, I am forever using ctrl-V to move messages out of my inbox and am finding that as there is more and more ambiguity (and duplication) in the folder names TB will stop at the first match, not the one that I want. Then it's a grab for the mouse to find the next occurrence. I realise that

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-01 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Nick, On Thu, 1 Apr 2004 10:52:52 +0100GMT (1-4-04, 11:52 +0200, where I live), you wrote: ND I realise that this is a failing of my filing system, but has anyone ND found a way that I can jump to the next match using the keyboard? Press Arrow down followed by pressing the character

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-01 Thread Nick Dutton
Hello Roelof, Thursday, April 1, 2004, 11:32, you wrote: RO Press Arrow down followed by pressing the character you're RO searching on. Thanks. RO BTW How did you manage so many empty lines between your signature and RO the list footer? Hmmm, falling asleep on the keyboard? F9 on the sent

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-01 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Nick, On Thu, 1 Apr 2004 12:09:02 +0100GMT (1-4-04, 13:09 +0200, where I live), you wrote: ND Hmmm, falling asleep on the keyboard? F9 on the sent mail points ND the finger at me. But I thought TB deleted empty lines under your sig... -- Groetjes, Roelof Disclaimer: Any opinion stated

Re: Moving messages (ctrl-V)

2004-04-01 Thread Marck D Pearlstone
Dear Roelof, @1-Apr-2004, 17:23 +0200 (01-Apr 16:23 UK time) Roelof Otten [RO] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] said to Nick: ND Hmmm, falling asleep on the keyboard? F9 on the sent mail ND points the finger at me. RO But I thought TB deleted empty lines under your sig... Only when GnuPG (non-MIME)

Re: filing/moving messages

2003-10-01 Thread Jonathan Angliss
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Tuesday, September 30, 2003, ken green wrote... I get tons of e-mail and spend time going back through my Inbox filing and deleting when I can. I use the Ctrl + V shortcut a lot, which brings up the move message(s) to... dialog window. [..]

filing/moving messages

2003-09-30 Thread ken green
This may be public knowledge, but I just discovered this today. I get tons of e-mail and spend time going back through my Inbox filing and deleting when I can. I use the Ctrl + V shortcut a lot, which brings up the move message(s) to... dialog window. For a long time, I used either the scroll

Re[3]: Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-04 Thread Christian Rausche
snip RO Try to edit a shortcut: View - Edit shortcuts snip DW Anyway, if it's a shortcut someone wants, it's an easy thing to make - DW Christian, have you worked it out? Edit shortcuts did the trick. I had a rather fresh install on my system so I am pretty sure that the default setting is no

Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-01 Thread Christian Rausche
Hi there, I often read new e-mails in full screen view and would like to move them to the appropriate folder. The only way to do this I found is using Message|move to folder. Is there an easier way to do this, like adding a button to the toolbar or assigning a shortcut to the function? -- TIA

Re: Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-01 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Christian, On Fri, 1 Aug 2003 09:19:05 +0200GMT (1-8-03, 9:19 +0200, where I live), you wrote: CR Is there an easier way to do this, like adding a button to the CR toolbar or assigning a shortcut to the function? Try to edit a shortcut: View - Edit shortcuts -- Groetjes, Roelof

Re[2]: Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-01 Thread Deborah W
On Friday, August 1, 2003, 3:40:51 AM, Roelof Otten wrote: RO Try to edit a shortcut: View - Edit shortcuts Isn't there already a shortcut? F12 does it on my system - I don't think that's a shortcut I edited, I think it was already there. -- Deborah

Re: Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-01 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Deborah, On Fri, 1 Aug 2003 09:26:02 -0400GMT (1-8-03, 15:26 +0200, where I live), you wrote: RO Try to edit a shortcut: View - Edit shortcuts DW Isn't there already a shortcut? F12 does it on my system - I don't DW think that's a shortcut I edited, I think it was already there. Not on

Re[2]: Moving Messages from full window view

2003-08-01 Thread Deborah W
On Friday, August 1, 2003, 5:52:01 PM, Roelof Otten wrote: DW Isn't there already a shortcut? F12 does it on my system - I don't DW think that's a shortcut I edited, I think it was already there. RO Not on my system. And I don't have any edited shortcuts, nor did I RO delete any. Hmmm...its on

Re[3]: Copying or moving messages

2001-02-24 Thread jlaikan
Hello jlaikan, Friday, February 23, 2001, 11:59:32 PM, you wrote: j Hello SyP, j Friday, February 23, 2001, 11:16:56 PM, you wrote: S -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- S Hash: SHA1 S Hello John, S You wrote on 2/23/2001, 8:02 PM: jlaikan In a folder I have 904 messages. When I jlaikan

Copying or moving messages

2001-02-23 Thread jlaikan
Hello All, In a folder I have 904 messages. When I tried to copy all messages to another folder, only 206 are copied. Same thing when I tried to move them all to another folder (select all messagesand from Message menu / Copy to folder) only some are moved. I had to repeat the action several

Moving Messages in Thread-View

1999-09-30 Thread Martin Posch
Hellihallo to all from Austria, After a long Time of just reviving and not reading messages I started to clean up my Folders. For every Folder of a Mailing-List I made an Archive-Folder where I collect interesting Message-Threads. But If I am in the Thread-view of the bat an I want to move