Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-07 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, > Okay, I've looked everywhere and can't find the port to pour the > beer in, it's an HP2140. You do like Fat Tire, don't you? Oh, no hurry! Just wait till my next visit to YourCabinOnTheCreek. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (Els Poblets (Alicante) - Spain) Using The Bat!

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-07 Thread Maggie Meister
Hi Miguel, On Monday, February 06, 2017 at 10:58:04 AM you wrote: >> Thanks so much for your patience, M> You owe me a couple of beers ;-) Okay, I've looked everywhere and can't find the port to pour the beer in, it's an HP2140. You do like Fat Tire, don't you? -- Best

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-06 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, > Thanks so much for your patience, You owe me a couple of beers ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (Els Poblets (Alicante) - Spain) Using The Bat! v7.4.2.0 Christmas Edition My photos at: http://mau.smugmug.com My photoblog: http://mau.aminus3.com Winamp Playing: Joe Pass

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-06 Thread Maggie Meister
G'morning Miguel, On Monday, February 06, 2017 at 4:29:50 AM you wrote: M> If this line is not included M> when copying, it seems that TB 'detects' that what is in the clipboard M> is not a filter and doesn't allow pasting (Paste is grayed out). Yes! Reading the directions is the key! You

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-06 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, > Another idea - I don't know if this will work, but if I create > another account with the same folders then Re-Direct all the > mails in each folder to that other account, will that accomplish > moving the attachments to the designated file? It will probably work. However,

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-06 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, M>> Just select the group of filter (Incoming, Outgoing, Read) where you M>> want your filter to be, right-click and select Paste. > > I selected Read, did right click and the only choice available is > New Filter. If I click on that to create a new filter, then right > click on

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Adrian Godfrey
That option is there BUT you have to do it individually for each email address in the Properties for the account Sunday, February 5, 2017, 5:25:21 PM, you wrote: > I want it defined in the attachment location directive in settings. This > way I set it once for all incoming mail without using

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Maggie Meister
Miguel, On Sunday, February 05, 2017 at 1:25:27 PM you wrote: MM> Hi Miguel, MM> On Sunday, February 05, 2017 at 1:06:55 PM you wrote: M>> Just select the group of filter (Incoming, Outgoing, Read) where you M>> want your filter to be, right-click and select Paste. MM> MM> I selected Read,

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Maggie Meister
Hi Miguel, On Sunday, February 05, 2017 at 1:06:55 PM you wrote: M> Just select the group of filter (Incoming, Outgoing, Read) where you M> want your filter to be, right-click and select Paste. I selected Read, did right click and the only choice available is New Filter. If I click on that

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, JG>> I want it defined in the attachment location directive in settings. This JG>> way I set it once for all incoming mail without using filters. > > Yes! And being able to change the type of attachment, i.e., jpg, > .doc, .xar, etc. or just include all the likely types but to >

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, M>> I assume your current setting is "In message Bodies", and that if you M>> now change to "In a separate directory" this change will apply to M>> future messages only, and not to those already in message base. > > This is valuable. I have now changed the setting as I was

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Maggie Meister
Hi Jason, On Sunday, February 05, 2017 at 11:25:21 AM you wrote: JG> I want it defined in the attachment location directive in settings. This JG> way I set it once for all incoming mail without using filters. Yes! And being able to change the type of attachment, i.e., jpg, .doc, .xar, etc. or

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Maggie Meister
Hi Miguel, On Saturday, February 04, 2017 at 2:30:24 PM you wrote: >> Is there a way to save attachments globally? If not, will >> I have to go through each and every mail to copy out the >> attachment? M> OK, I'm going to suggest a couple of things. None is perfect. M> 1.-

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread Jason Gottschalk
I want it defined in the attachment location directive in settings. This way I set it once for all incoming mail without using filters. On February 5, 2017 4:37:01 AM MAU wrote: Hello Jason, I wish we could use variables (macros) in the attachments folder

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-05 Thread MAU
Hello Jason, > I wish we could use variables (macros) in the attachments folder > setting.. would make life so much easier. If you mean using macros to define the folder where attachments should be extracted, I have just tested and they work. I the test filter I posted yesterday I

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-04 Thread Maxim Masiutin
Hello Jason, Saturday, February 4, 2017, 10:13:14 PM, you wrote: > I wish we could use variables (macros) in the attachments folder > setting.. would make life so much easier. You can add this to The Bat! wishes section at bt.ritlabs.com, this is what we like to implement. -- Maxim

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-04 Thread Jason Gottschalk
I wish we could use variables (macros) in the attachments folder setting.. would make life so much easier. On February 4, 2017 2:30:24 PM MAU wrote: Hello Maggie, I haven't archived in what seems like forever. Is there a way to save attachments

Re: Archiving attachments

2017-02-04 Thread MAU
Hello Maggie, > I haven't archived in what seems like forever. Is there a > way to save attachments globally? If not, will I have to go > through each and every mail to copy out the attachment? Just > the thought causes headache. > > Thanks for your ideas.

Archiving attachments

2017-02-04 Thread Maggie Meister
Greetings Bats, I haven't archived in what seems like forever. Is there a way to save attachments globally? If not, will I have to go through each and every mail to copy out the attachment? Just the thought causes headache. Thanks for your ideas. --

Re: Archiving using folder-specific alternate deletion - cannot use for sent mail folder

2008-12-18 Thread MFPA
Hi On Monday 15 December 2008 at 10:58:13 AM, in mid:1062899693.20081215115...@rancho-k.com, MAU wrote: Not without duplicating the folder. What I would do is to create a My_Sent folder and use an Outgoing filter to move 'any message' sent to it. It should be the last Outgoing filter if

Re: Archiving using folder-specific alternate deletion - cannot use for sent mail folder

2008-12-18 Thread MAU
Hello MFPA, Thanks, MAU. That was one of the two methods I thought of. The other was for the outgoing filter to copy 'any message' to the archive sent folder and to set the Sent Mail folder to delete messages after NNN days. Yes, that should also work. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El

Re: Archiving using folder-specific alternate deletion - cannot use for sent mail folder

2008-12-15 Thread MAU
Hello MFPA, Can anybody suggest a way to automatically archive messages from the Sent Mail folders after NNN days, that does not involve duplicating the sent mail folders in the tree or holding multiple copies of all my sent messages for the NNN days? Not without duplicating the folder. What

Archiving using folder-specific alternate deletion - cannot use for sent mail folder

2008-12-14 Thread MFPA
Hi I archive the mail from some of my folders using folder-specific alternate deletion to move the messages to a folder in a password-protected account after NNN days. This works well for normal folders but I cannot use this for my Sent Mail folders as the properties dialogue has nowhere to set

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-10 Thread Urban
Tuesday, July 10, 2007, ETM wrote: But I still would like to be able to easily access that old mail. If you save as mbg-files you can access them from within Mailbag. -- Urban Politicians and diapers have one thing in common. They should both be changed regularly and for the same reason.

Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Kitty
For years, I've archived mail by placing mail in common folders that I simply named as Archive folders. I now have well over 700,000 emails archived most of which I never need to look at but I don't want to totally get rid of. What are my options for archiving outside of TB, but where I could

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Urban
Monday, July 9, 2007, Kitty wrote: What are my options for archiving outside of TB, but where I could easily look at the emails? Mailbag Assistant comes to mind http://www.fookes.com/mailbag/index.php -- Urban Every dog isn't a growler, and every growler isn't a dog

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Peter Meyns
don't want to K totally get rid of. What are my options for archiving outside of TB, K but where I could easily look at the emails? An addition to Urban's proposal: you can even have your archive within TB! without the need to load the extra 700,000 mails every time TB! starts: create a new account

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Marten Gallagher
Monday, July 9, 2007, Kitty wrote: What are my options for archiving outside of TB, but where I could easily look at the emails? Mailbag Assistant comes to mind http://www.fookes.com/mailbag/index.php Hmmm I had a look at that as a result of your reply but it doesn't seem to do

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Marten Gallagher
Monday, July 9, 2007, Kitty wrote: What are my options for archiving outside of TB, but where I could easily look at the emails? Mailbag Assistant comes to mind http://www.fookes.com/mailbag/index.php Hmmm I had a look at that as a result of your reply but it doesn't seem to do

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Mark Partous
Hello Marten, Monday, July 9, 2007, 6:39:45 PM, you wrote: MG Hmmm I had a look at that as a result of your reply but it doesn't seem to MG do the archiving - it just looks at the emails. Oh dear! And I thought all the mail I wanted to preserve resides in Mailbag archives. Not only

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread ETM
Oh dear! And I thought all the mail I wanted to preserve resides in Mailbag archives. Not only the the messages received in TB! but also in Poco, OE a.o. What does that mean, does it or doesn't it work as an archiver? Current version is 3.99

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Mark Partous
archiving as in compression tools such as PK/Win/7-zip, Winrar e tutti quanti... :-) -- Best Wishes, Mark using The Bat! 3.99.8 Current version is 3.99 | 'Using TBUDL' information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread ETM
I think it is clear I was not using the word archiving as in compression tools such as PK/Win/7-zip, Winrar e tutti quanti... :-) Can you move that archive away from TB! and use Mailbag to open it, say, on an external hard drive

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread Mark Partous
Hello ETM, Monday, July 9, 2007, 11:30:42 PM, you wrote: E Can you move that archive away from TB! and use E Mailbag to open it, say, on an external hard E drive? Yes. -- Best Wishes, Mark using The Bat! 3.99.8

Re: Archiving Mail

2007-07-09 Thread ETM
E Can you move that archive away from TB! and use E Mailbag to open it, say, on an external hard E drive? Yes. Thanks, I will most likely buy Mailbag. I am awaiting delivery of a laptop with Vista, will upgrade to current TB! on the laptop. I am using an older version of TB! on my PC. I am

Archiving in a database

2007-02-25 Thread Jan Rifkinson
individually each msg with the same subj can't be over-written With all msgs saved to eml format in one folder, I get headers + msgs which I can then import as separate items in a database. There may be other ways... Any better archiving ideas? Thanks. -- Jan Rifkinson Ridgefield, CT USA TB!3.96.15

Re: Archiving in a database

2007-02-25 Thread Mark Partous
Hello Jan, Sunday, February 25, 2007, 7:29:14 PM, you wrote: JR With all msgs saved to eml format in one folder, I get headers + msgs JR which I can then import as separate items in a database. There may be JR other ways... JR Any better archiving ideas? No, I suppose you have other goals

Re: Archiving old emails

2007-02-01 Thread Feli Wilcke
Hello Harald, On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 07:05:33 +0100GMT [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Rgd What I want is to outsource old emails to reduce the (USB) disk Rgd usage from about 1GB down to 600MB for example. Or to generally limit Rgd the disk usage to 500MB or whatsoever. Give mailbag assistant a try

Archiving old emails

2007-01-31 Thread REZK945
year, on CD or somewhere similar. The usual archiving and backup tasks within TheBat/Voyager probably work, but they need to import the files back to TheBat/Voyager if I need to search within them. My wish is to be able to search the archives without importing so that I do not need to blow up my

Re: Archiving old emails

2007-01-31 Thread Perry Nelson
Hi REZK945, Wednesday, January 31, 2007, 6:22:12 PM, you wrote: Rgd Is there any possibility for such an archiving idea? You might want to take a look at this link as a possibility ... http://www.pcwize.com/thebat/tbudp/tiki-index.php?page=Archive+Folders -- Regards, Perry Using

Re: Archiving old emails

2007-01-31 Thread REZK945
Hi Perry, Hi REZK945, Wednesday, January 31, 2007, 6:22:12 PM, you wrote: Rgd Is there any possibility for such an archiving idea? You might want to take a look at this link as a possibility ... http://www.pcwize.com/thebat/tbudp/tiki-index.php?page=Archive+Folders This is indeed

Re: archiving emails in pdf

2005-06-12 Thread Vili
S Is there any way to export emails in format that preserves/has some S look-n-feel with embedded attachements. S I would like archives my all mails in single pdf file. I have tried to print them into PDF, but it did not work... The text of the HTML mail was printed over the background

archiving emails in pdf

2005-06-11 Thread SD
Hi, Is there any way to export emails in format that preserves/has some look-n-feel with embedded attachements. I would like archives my all mails in single pdf file. Any suggestions, SD -- Current version is 3.5.25 | 'Using TBUDL'

automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Mike F
Hello, I have a read messages filter that moves messages in my Inbox that are more than 60 days old to an archive folder. The filter is active but it only works when I manually re-filter my Inbox. Is there some way to make this filter run automatically? I know it is recommended to keep the

Re: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Mike, On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 18:52:14 -0500 GMT (21/01/2005, 06:52 +0700 GMT), Mike F wrote: MF I have a read messages filter that moves messages in my Inbox that MF are more than 60 days old to an archive folder. The filter is active MF but it only works when I manually re-filter my Inbox.

Re: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Chris
Mike F @ 2005-Jan-20 6:52:14 PM automatically archiving the Inbox mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] I have a read messages filter that moves messages in my Inbox that are more than 60 days old to an archive folder. The filter is active but it only works when I manually re-filter my Inbox. Is there some

Re[2]: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Mike F
Chris, Thursday, January 20, 2005, 9:11:46 PM, you wrote: C Right-click on Inbox and go to properties. Check the box by Keep C messages in base for (days) and enter 60. Then, open your account C properties. Go to Deletion. Under Alternate Deletion, select C Move to the specified folder. Also

Re: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Chris
Mike F @ 2005-Jan-20 9:39:45 PM automatically archiving the Inbox mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] However, does this mean that if I purge a folder other than my Inbox, its messages will go to the same folder I am using for my Inbox archive? I am asking because I don't see anything in Account

Re[2]: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Mike F
Chris, Thursday, January 20, 2005, 10:20:00 PM, you wrote: C Yes. But you can configure every other folder individually to C override the account wide settings. In that case, I am going to stick with manual filtering. Setting up all of those overrides is too much work for me. Thanks Chris for

Re: automatically archiving the Inbox

2005-01-20 Thread Robin Anson
On Fri 21 January 2005, 14:20:00 +1000, Chris wrote: Yes. But you can configure every other folder individually to override the account wide settings. An alternative approach would be to create a new folder, called say Inbox2, and automatically move all received emails from Inbox to Inbox2.

Re: Archiving Messages

2004-08-07 Thread Stuart Cuddy
Hello Chris, Friday, August 6, 2004, 8:01:12 AM, you wrote: C What is the best way to archive messages in The Bat? I have 2 specific situations in mind: C Sit #1: I have a number of email accounts setup in The Bat. In C my main one, I have a couple of folders that no C longer receive messages.

Re: Archiving Messages

2004-08-07 Thread Joseph N.
On Sat, 07 Aug 2004 05:41:47 GMT, Chris wrote: highlight every message, then export. As well as taking a long time with lots of folders to export, this wouldn't keep the folder structure that I have now. Do I have this right? Yes, I think you have it correct. You can select all msgs in a

Re: Archiving Messages

2004-08-07 Thread Chris
Stuart's suggestion of just relocating your TB! folders into a new Windows archive directory is not a bad one. You would go into Windows, and move them out of your default directory. When you need them again, re-import them. This approach keeps you bound to the TB! file format, which has

Archiving Messages

2004-08-06 Thread Chris
Hi everyone, What is the best way to archive messages in The Bat? I have 2 specific situations in mind: Sit #1: I have a number of email accounts setup in The Bat. In my main one, I have a couple of folders that no longer receive messages. I would like to remove them from the view, but still

Re: Archiving Messages

2004-08-06 Thread Joseph N.
! and Thunderbird. The advantage of this route is that the mail sits on your computer ready to be used if necessary but otherwise out of the way in a multi-vendor format that is likely to be accessible into the near future. The other approach is to use an e-mail archiving program, such as Mailbag

Re: Archiving Messages

2004-08-06 Thread Chris
to be used if necessary but otherwise out of the way in a multi-vendor format that is likely to be accessible into the near future. The other approach is to use an e-mail archiving program, such as Mailbag Assistant. Hi Joseph, Thanks for the reply. I would prefer to go with option 1. From what I

Re[2]: Archiving again!

2003-11-16 Thread Barry Higginbottom
Hello Frank, Saturday, November 15, 2003, 2:10:59 PM, you wrote: FJdB I got the same thing and I've fiddled around a little. I got rid FJdB off the error message by also specifying a valid folder name in FJdB the normal deletion field. FJdB This allowed me to close the window without error

Archiving again!

2003-11-15 Thread Barry Higginbottom
Dear TB Users I'm trying to set up an automatic archiving routine that moves messages from my Inbox to my Archives\Kentra folder I can set up Inbox Properties to: Remove Old Messages after 30 days I am trying to setup the alternative deletion method to purge

Re: Archiving again!

2003-11-15 Thread Allie Martin
Barry Higginbottom, [BH] wrote: BH I'm trying to set up an automatic archiving routine that moves BH messages from my Inbox to my Archives\Kentra folder BH I can set up Inbox Properties to: BH Remove Old Messages after 30 days Ok. BH I am trying to setup the alternative deletion method

Re: Archiving again!

2003-11-15 Thread Frank J de Bruin
Hello Barry, BH A valid name should be specified for the alternative deletion BH folder I got the same thing and I've fiddled around a little. I got rid off the error message by also specifying a valid folder name in the normal deletion field. This allowed me to close the window

Re: Archiving again!

2003-11-15 Thread Peter Meyns
Hi Allie, on Sat, 15 Nov 2003 08:18:08 -0500GMT (15.11.03, 14:18 +0100GMT here), you wrote in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] : BH I am trying to setup the alternative deletion method to purge BH messages to the \\\Archives\Kentra folder AM I was wondering what you were referring to and Wow!!, a feature

Re: Archiving again!

2003-11-15 Thread Marck D Pearlstone
Hi Allie, @15-Nov-2003, 08:18 -0500 (15-Nov 13:18 UK time) Allie Martin [A] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] said to Barry: BH A valid name should be specified for the alternative deletion BH folder A I just setup my TBUDL folder and got no such errors here. ... while I am completely unable to enter

Re[2]: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-28 Thread Gerrit Kruijer
Hi Martin, On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, at 22:03:21 [GMT +] (which was 23:03 where I live) you wrote: MW To continue the example, I keep messages in my TBUDL folder for 90 days MW before they are moved to the corresponding archive folder. To do this MW check the following in the Account Properties -

Re[2]: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-28 Thread Gerrit Kruijer
Hi Edgar, On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, at 22:14:11 [GMT +0100] (which was 22:14 where I live) you wrote: E Did you first create the common folder? Not at first. Now i have and uses the solution from Martin. -- Best regards, Gerritmailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-28 Thread Gerard
ON Monday, October 27, 2003, 11:03:21 PM, you wrote: MW - - Keep messages in the base for (days) e.g. 90 MW - - Remove old messages MW And on the Deletion tab: MW - - Use folder-specific deletion settings MW - - Move to the specified folder (under Alternative deletion) e.g. MW Archive\Mailing

Re: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-28 Thread Martin Webster
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Gerard, On 28 October 2003, 15:46 +0100 ( 14:46 local time) Gerard [G] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: MW - - Keep messages in the base for (days) e.g. 90 MW - - Remove old messages MW And on the Deletion tab: MW - - Use folder-specific

Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Gerrit Kruijer
Hi tbudl, I want to archive my mail using the suggestion of purge my mail to a folder called Archive. However, when i want to change the behaviour of the folder (account properties deletion alternative deletion) i get an error when i browse to my folder i get an error saying i must use a valid

Re[2]: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Gerrit Kruijer
Hi Pixie, On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, at 13:59:23 [GMT -0500] (which was 19:59 where I live) you wrote: P Try tweaking the archive folder properties some, retrying the P alternative delete setup, that helped here FWIW. That works. Thank you. -- Best regards, Gerrit

Re: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Martin Webster
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Gerrit, On 27 October 2003, 18:57 +0100 ( 17:57 local time) Gerrit Kruijer [GK] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GK I want to archive my mail using the suggestion of purge my mail to a GK folder called Archive. However, when i want to change

Re[2]: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Gerrit Kruijer
Hi Martin, On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, at 19:16:02 [GMT +] (which was 20:16 where I live) you wrote: MW Did you create the folder in the account tree first? For example, MW D:\Mail Archive\Mailing lists\TBUDL corresponds to Archive\Mailing MW lists\TBUDL in TB! No, i didn't. I made a new common

Re: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Edgar
Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=-=-==-==-=--===-==----==---=; protocol=application/pgp-signature; micalg=pgp-sha1 ---=-==-==-=--===-==----==---= Hello Gerrit, On Monday, October 27, 2003, 6:57:03 PM, you wrote: Hi tbudl, I

Re: Archiving (was too many mails)

2003-10-27 Thread Martin Webster
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Gerrit, On 27 October 2003, 21:07 +0100 ( 20:07 local time) Gerrit Kruijer [GK] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: MW Did you create the folder in the account tree first? For example, MW D:\Mail Archive\Mailing lists\TBUDL corresponds to

Re: System for archiving

2003-09-09 Thread Adam
Hello Pixie, Monday, September 8, 2003, 10:28:20 PM, you wrote: P I've run the dupe killer many times and it has always left the read P copy if there is one. AFAIK it only uses the MSG-ID to determine if P dupes are present, and doesn't span folders. So the same message in P two different

Re: System for archiving

2003-09-08 Thread Adam
So my question is with these duplicates. The method I described I was saying it could work effectively if TB was convinced to kill the Unread messages. If it kills Read messages, then I will be left with two batches of the same Unread messages. If it does cut out the extraneous chaff, and delete

System for archiving

2003-09-07 Thread Adam
One way to archive messages is if you have a filter to copy all incoming messages destined for that folder, copy to another folder. If you do this though, the archive will not indicate which messages were read, and which not. No statuses. So, do you think that can be achieved? I was thinking,

Re: System for archiving

2003-09-07 Thread Martin Webster
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Adam, Sunday, September 7, 2003, 4:24:58 PM, you wrote: A One way to archive messages is if you have a filter to copy all A incoming messages destined for that folder, copy to another folder. If A you do this though, the archive will not

Re: System for archiving

2003-09-07 Thread Adam
Hello Adam, Sunday, September 7, 2003, 12:54:58 PM, you wrote: A I was thinking, well a Read filter could copy messages to that same A destination folder. So then, you'd have all the messages. Plus a bunch A of duplicates. So maybe you could try going to that folder. And A clicking Kill Dupes.

Re: System for archiving

2003-09-07 Thread Martin Webster
-click on the folder and select MW Re-filter Messages. A I think I tried a filter to try archiving. But it took like 10 A minutes, or half hour or something. Rather long. Should take that long. Maybe first time will be a little longer but not 10 or more minutes. Have you run the Folder Maintenance

Re: archiving

2003-07-11 Thread Q179
Hey Geoff, How exactly do I sign off the list? Much appreciated. Eddie Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re: archiving

2003-07-11 Thread Q179
Thanks Eddie! Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re: archiving

2003-07-11 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Q179, Friday, July 11, 2003, 8:16:21 AM, you wrote: Qac Qac Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: Qac http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html moderator At the bottom of every message you receive from the TB lists is

Re: archiving

2003-07-09 Thread Geoff Lane
On 09 July 2003, 01:08, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A couple of weeks ago I asked about the best way to archive TB mail. Someone was kind enough to reply with a third party app that seemed like the best option. Unfortunately I misplaced the email with the link. Would someone be kind enough to

archiving

2003-07-08 Thread Q179
Hello, A couple of weeks ago I asked about the best way to archive TB mail. Someone was kind enough to reply with a third party app that seemed like the best option. Unfortunately I misplaced the email with the link. Would someone be kind enough to reply with that link? Also...I'd like to

Re: archiving

2003-07-08 Thread Eddie Castelli
Dear Eddie (Q179), --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] / Mittwoch, 09.07.2003, 02:08:56 archiving A couple of weeks ago [...] Would someone be kind enough to reply with that link? This is what I found ... == mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Roelof Marck gave you two internal solutions

Archiving

2003-06-03 Thread Gnter Minnerup
Does TB get upset if an existing folder is moved to a different location? What I'm thinking about is to create an Archive folder containing old stuff which I can then put somewhere else to stop TB from using it. And perhaps bring it back whenever required? Though I'm asking I suspect the answer is

Re: Archiving

2003-06-03 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo G√ľnter, On Tue, 3 Jun 2003 03:55:55 +1000GMT (2-6-03, 19:55 +0200, where I live), you wrote: GM Does TB get upset if an existing folder is moved to a different GM location? No, it creates a new messages.tbb and messages.tbi file. Both empty files, since TB can't recover any messages. On

Archiving of my mails

2003-03-21 Thread Biju Nair
Dear Friends!! Kindly help me regarding archiving of my mails. Nature of my work requires me to take daily backup of my mails the backup is now of size 340 MBs . Please let me know is there any feature available which enables me to take an archive of of my mails up to certain date free

Re: Archiving of my mails

2003-03-21 Thread Marck D Pearlstone
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi Biju, @21-Mar-2003, 15:32 +0530 (10:02 UK time) Biju Nair [BN] in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] said: BN Kindly help me regarding archiving of my mails. Nature of my BN work requires me to take daily backup of my mails the backup BN is now of size 340

Re: Archiving of my mails

2003-03-21 Thread Martin Webster
Hello Biju, Friday, March 21, 2003, 10:02:59 AM, you wrote: BN Kindly help me regarding archiving of my mails. Nature of my BN work requires me to take daily backup of my mails the backup BN is now of size 340 MBs . Please let me know is there any feature BN available which enables me to take

Re[2]: Archiving of my mails

2003-03-21 Thread Joseph N.
BN Kindly help me regarding archiving of my mails. Nature of my BN work requires me to take daily backup of my mails the backup BN is now of size 340 MBs . Please let me know is there any feature BN available which enables me to take an archive of of my mails up BN to certain date free my

Re: Archiving

2002-11-14 Thread Melissa Reese
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: RIPEMD160 On Wednesday, November 13, 2002, at 10:26:20 PM PST, ETM wrote: I use backup regularly but for some folders I would like to save the entire folder in a format that can be read away from TB!. Here's the perfect solution: Mailbag Assistant:

Re: Archiving

2002-11-14 Thread Joseph N.
Elaine, On Thursday, November 14, 2002, ETM wrote in mid:751832997.20021114012620;yahoo.com: E Is there a way to multiple-save messages to an outside folder? I E have individually saved .txt messages to a folder away from TB! E but haven't figured out a way to perform a multiple save. I use

Re: Archiving

2002-11-14 Thread ETM
Hello Joseph On Thursday, November 14, 2002, you wrote There are at least two ways. One is the method which Melissa suggested. I second her suggestion. As for your JPEGs, you might consider keeping attachments within the message right from the start. In my view, it facilitates housekeeping,

Re[2]: Archiving

2002-11-14 Thread Joseph N.
ETM, On Thursday, November 14, 2002, ETM wrote in mid:968514646.20021114102136;yahoo.com: E I was trying to avoid taking on another program purchase. Mailbag Assistant is better for most operations, but it's not necessary for all operations. It depends on your needs. If you just want to keep

Archiving

2002-11-13 Thread ETM
Is there a way to multiple-save messages to an outside folder? I have individually saved .txt messages to a folder away from TB! but haven't figured out a way to perform a multiple save. I use backup regularly but for some folders I would like to save the entire folder in a format that can be

Email Archiving, was: Editing incoming mail (was: Wish list item)

2002-09-30 Thread Doug Weller
On Sat, 28 Sep 2002 11:49:22 -0400 James Senick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Jan, On Sat, 28 Sep 2002, at 11:19:22 [GMT -0400] (which was 11:19:22 AM in NY, USA) Jan Rifkinson wrote: [SNIP] In addition, I think there are other programs, Mailbag Assistant or Zoot for

Re:Email Archiving, was: Editing incoming mail (was: Wish list item)

2002-09-30 Thread Jan Rifkinson
Hi Doug. At 5:48 AM on Monday, September 30, 2002 you [DW] wrote the following about 'Email Archiving, was: Editing incoming mail (was: Wish list item)': DW Has anyone tried Forkeeps? Too expensive for me. -- Jan Rifkinson Ridgefield, CT USA TB! V1.61/W2K_SP3 ICQ 41116329

Re: Email Archiving, was: Editing incoming mail (was: Wish list item)

2002-09-30 Thread James Senick
Hello Doug, On Mon, 30 Sep 2002, at 10:48:28 [GMT +0100] (which was 5:48:28 AM in NY, USA) Doug Weller wrote: What don't you like about Mailbag Assistant? Has anyone tried Forkeeps? Reply to this message has been sent directly to you and to TBOT as well as this thread has been declared

Re[3]: archiving

2002-08-21 Thread Joseph N.
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002, Razgo wrote in [EMAIL PROTECTED]">mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]: JN However, I also archive certain email on the fly. For those messages, JN I have filters set up which automatically append the message onto a JN Unix-formatted file. R yes, this is something I will have

Re[2]: archiving

2002-08-20 Thread Razgo
Hi Joseph, Tuesday, August 20, 2002, 2:53:48 PM, you wrote: JNOn Monday, August 19, 2002, Razgo wrote in JN [EMAIL PROTECTED]">mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]: R So all suggestions on the way you guys handle backup copies of your R email is appreciated. JN Razgo, JN I think you've heard most of

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