Re: %Language Macro lock-ups

2003-06-06 Thread MAU
Hello Roelof, In the past I had the same problem. Whenever I replied with a language that was different from the language I used last, TB would get stuck. The cure was to reply with Ctrl-Enter instead of replying with the reply-button on the main tool bar. I always use the reply button and

Re: Multiple recipient filter?

2003-05-30 Thread MAU
Hello G√ľnter, Is there a way of specifying that, in such cases, copies of the message should be put into the other folders? On the Options tab of your filters select Continue processing with other filters. This works, but you have to be careful about the order of your filters. -- Best

Re: %Language Macro lock-ups

2003-06-05 Thread MAU
Hello Roberto, No luck. I tried re-installing everything but still doesn't work. The weirdest part is that it was working before! :( Can you send a copy of your reply template? -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: The Bat!: A Better Mousetrap

2003-06-14 Thread MAU
Hello Joel, POPFile is free, open source, ridiculously easy to install and configure (10 minutes), and works *very well* on spam. 99.69% accurate (or higher) on my system for several months. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: recursive mark as read

2003-06-28 Thread MAU
Hello Eilko, is there a way to mark all messages as read in a folder and its subfolders? Select the folder. Right click on it and select Mark all Messages Read or Ctrl+M. I don't think it works on subfolders though. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat!

Re: Filter alternatives limited?

2003-07-03 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I have been about to go crazy. I added a new alternative to a filter and now have 25 alternatives under the Alternative tab of that particular filter. snipped quite a bit You are using 1.63 beta 5, which is not even the last beta. I think you should post this to the TBBeta list.

Re: Top posting

2003-07-04 Thread MAU
Hello Roelof, ,- [ ] | Yes | 2 | Tomorrow | | Followed by a fully quoted message containing three questions. `- And to be honest that sucks. I get many of those everyday, most of my work related e-mail. As I have said before on this list, that is very common in business

Re: Top posting

2003-07-04 Thread MAU
Hello MAU, I get many of those everyday, And I forgot to say that I do send them too :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http

Re: Tooltips

2003-07-08 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I think in an old TB version there was on option to turn them off. But now they should be turned on default, you're right. I think the option was not to turn tooltips off but to change the style, to either show them as normal tooltips or to show them with big and bold yellow

Re: RTF formatting

2003-07-08 Thread MAU
Hello Lawrence, It would be great to even just embolden, underline or italicize. That wheel is already invented. A friend of mine uses it all the time and I do every now and then. Use MS Word instead of TB's editor and compose your message with the font sizes, colours and highlights of your

Re: Unpredictable filter actions

2003-07-08 Thread MAU
Hello Spike, I am experiencing a strange behavior of my filters in one e-mail account only. Most or ALL of my mailing list messages are filtered to TRASH (where my spam messages are sent) instead of their designated folders specified in filters. Are your spam filter(s) before or after the

Re: Tooltips

2003-07-08 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I was hoping there is either a registry hack or it has something to do with XP. :-( Sorry, but I can't be of any help there. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r

Re: Unpredictable filter actions

2003-07-09 Thread MAU
Hello Spike, M Are your spam filter(s) before or after the mailing list filters? M It looks like if for some reason you mailing list messages were M catched as spam. The [EMAIL PROTECTED] filters ARE before the list filters, as there are specific text phrases such as Ancient Toaist, throbbing

Re: Tooltips

2003-07-09 Thread MAU
Hello Richard, I think the option was not to turn tooltips off but to change the style, to either show them as normal tooltips or to show them with big and bold yellow characters IIRC. Original post asked the following : How do you make tooltips appear or not? You are right, but I did not

Re: Tooltips

2003-07-10 Thread MAU
Hello Richard, Sorry and should have known that you wouldn't make that sort of mistake anyway ;-) Right. I don't make that sort of small mistakes, just big ones ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: mercury problems

2003-07-10 Thread MAU
Hello Paul, snipped quite a bit anybody using Mercury had any problems like this??? I use Mercury/32 and I seem to recall similar problems reported in the Mercury list (which I monitor regularly). Maybe you should post you query there. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain)

Re: First email client with built in POPFile

2003-07-10 Thread MAU
Hello Jurgen, wouldn't it be nice if TB! would integrate POPfile, too? It certainly would. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information:

Re: Cost Effective TB Backup!

2003-07-14 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, In the past Allie has posted a batch program to completely backup TB registry, program, and mail base files with WinRAR. snipped quite a bit You've never tried Second Copy 2000, have you? -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Cost Effective TB Backup!

2003-07-14 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, You've never tried Second Copy 2000, have you? No. What benefit is there to it? Ha! You will have to decide for yourself if there is any benefit for you. There is for me, but YMMV :) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Cost Effective TB Backup!

2003-07-14 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, Monday, July 14, 2003, MAU MAU wrote: Only one MAU should do ;-) I'm satisfied with what I got. You also were satisfied with VA, weren't you? ;-) Now seriously. That is exactly why I don't want to give you reasons to use Second Copy 2000. I decided to do this months ago, I

Re: Cost Effective TB Backup!

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, Since this is going OT see my reply off list. :-) Not really OT. TB is probably the kulu ngile MUA in the world :) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using

Re: Is this possible?

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, Just lately I have found myself mailing 2 or 3 of these people at the same time. Is there a way I can set up the filers so that if there are multiple addressees a copy goes to each folder without me ending up with the original being left in my inbox? I do this with a number of

Re: Is this possible?

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, It's almost like the action to set the color group doesn't 'take' until all the filter processing has finished. It could be. It could also be that you are running a beta. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello Dave, The related problem is some POPFile identified spam is leaking through, and I suspect that the Inbox-Known filtering is causing it to trigger. But, I'm not sure of the details of the Inbox-Known algorithm to debug this issue. Are you using any filter to sort messages classified

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello neurowerx, I wonder why many people are using Bayes filtering as the only measure again spam. 95% of the spam I get is being caught by SpamPal alone (DNS blacklist feature). Because, for example in my case, I'm getting a 99.71 accuracy with POPFile alone which, as you probably know,

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering - SpamPal

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello John, But imagine my surprise... Now I have to say, without a doubt, that SpamPal is better than PopFile. Can I say that I doubt it? :-) SpamPal also makes less mistakes than PopFile. Can SpamPal do much better than 99,71% accuracy? I doubt it, because even 100% isn't that much more

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello neurowerx, Good point. However, I believe that DNS blacklists are updated faster than popfile will learn IP addresses when you teach them manually. I don't teach IPs to POPFile. It learns by itself. The only thing I tell POPFile is if a message it has classified as spam and it isn't, or

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-15 Thread MAU
Hello Dave, I've got the Known filter first. Sometimes people I want to get e-mail from will send a note that has spam-like material in it. I don't want to lose those messages. Loose messages No matter what method, program, filter, whatever, you use to detect spam you should not delete

Re: Is this possible?

2003-07-16 Thread MAU
Hello Gerard, Hi MAU, This is a known bug. It also applies to flags. Thanks for the info. I hope Stuart sees your message. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-16 Thread MAU
Hello Dave, M Anyway, if you put your Known filter first, you will see some M spam messages leaking through as you say in your original M post. I don't mind the leaking per se; it's not understanding the reason for the leak that is keeping me awake nights. :) I'm telling you but you don't

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-16 Thread MAU
Hello Alexander, What Dave Kennedy wants to know is which fields of a message DOES the Known filter compare with the given address book? You know, FROM, TO, REPLY-TO, etc. etc. Ah, that? I didn't know he was asking that ;-) It's the Sender's address. At least that is what the Known filter

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-16 Thread MAU
Hello Alexander, 16-Jul-2003 17:30, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd prefer you don't quote my e-mail address in the body. Thanks, -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using

Re: Logic for the Inbox - Known filtering

2003-07-16 Thread MAU
Hello Bill, Could you be more specific - i.e. which of the 25 topics returned? Not rally, I didn't read them all. I didn't even count them like you did. I know Sender checks From:, Sender:, Reply-To: and Return-Path: but I didn't find a definitive list. Have I missed any? I think you are

Re: ritlabs site down?

2003-07-19 Thread MAU
Hello Ochrid, ... tried again this morning (saterday morning in Europe): still no luck. It's working from here. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information:

Re: subfolder templates (newbie question)

2003-07-23 Thread MAU
Hello Jenny, However, I'd prefer subfolder templates to be the same as the templates of the direct parent folder (again, unless I change them manually). I would have preferred that too when I set up my folder structure some time ago so that I didn't have to copy/paste so many times.

Re: SMTP authentication difficulty in The Bat

2003-07-23 Thread MAU
Hello David, But I am unable to configure The Bat to send mail with SMTP authentication through ChoiceMail. (The Bat will still POP mail just fine.) Have you tested and been able to send mail with SMTP authentication WITHOUT going through ChoiceMail? -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El

Re: SMTP authentication difficulty in The Bat

2003-07-23 Thread MAU
Hello David, Now, I apparently still have spam protection thanks to Choicemail AND also outgoing SMTP authentication. Glad to know you have solved the problem :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: A wish...

2003-07-24 Thread MAU
Hello Deborah, You know what I'd like to see in TB? A way to check *some* email accounts without checking all of them, without checking each individually. I know it is not exactly what you want but take a look at Account / Properties / Options / Ignore Check all Accounts requests. -- Best

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Alexander, I'd also like to have a *comfortable* ;-) way of manually adding mails to existing threads (I've seen mailers, especially web-frontends, that really screw things up a lot, not only killing any references but also mangling the subject so badly threading by subject fails, too).

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, Thank you! I thought you already knew about it. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, http://perso.wanadoo.es/murech/ I've spent an hour or so trying to make this work without success! What doesn't work, The URL? Or the Thread Ignore or RE-Thread functions? I see that you are using v1.63 Beta/11 , that may be a problem. As you can see I'm only using v1.62i and

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, I've been trying to get the Re-thread option working, but I'm not getting too far ATM. Any specific problem where I could help? -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, The message/folder I was trying it out on is threaded by subject and the message was mis-threaded there. Your script sorts out the threading when it's done by reference. Yes? Well, yes. If you have seen the script it does include an In-Reply-To and a References header lines with

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, Not unless you have a cure for stupidity! H, maybe I can think of a PowerPro script to do it ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL

Re: Threading

2003-07-25 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, Now, I don't know whether you snipped too much,... When threading by reference, which TB does beautifully and specially in this list where everybody uses TB, quoting shouldn't be necessary at all. I am subscribed to a number of newsgroups where most posters don't quote anything at

Re: Threading

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, Don't apologize for me being dumb. snipped ... I'm not a complete idiot, some parts are missing! Just a coincidence or did you force the cookie? ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Euro character

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Deborah, AltGr is a button which is found on European keyboards where you'd find one of the Alt buttons on North American keyboards. It acts as a second Alt button, allowing you to have a whole extra set of keyboard shortcuts. Actually it basically does the same that Alt+Ctrl keys hit

Re: transplanting BAT

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Peter, Another question, although it maybe should be in BOT, but it is simple: Can I use Partition Magic on Win2000. My current PM version is V:4.0 from 1998. I believe for Win2k you need at least PM 5.0 -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Threading

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I have seen postings that just contained one word: No. That is only because the sender doesn't use fancy macro-composed greetings, fancy signatures with random cookies and PGP ;-) So it's not a cure after all? g No. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain)

Re: Threading

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, Friday, July 25, 2003, MAU MAU wrote: That reply template... :) No. I don't read every thread in TB lists, What do you mean you don't read every thread !?!? You are supposed to, why do you join the list then? ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using

Re: Threading

2003-07-26 Thread MAU
Hello Greg, No. I don't read every thread in TB lists, What do you mean you don't read every thread !?!? Ctrl+Shift+M Ctrl+Shit+OntheM? Now that's not too nice of you ;-) IIRC correctly you do not read all messages. :-) Can't reply because I didn't read your message :-) -- Best

Re: QT woes

2003-07-27 Thread MAU
Hello Luc, Me too Thomas. I even created a whole new one, but still no go. Strange thing is that when evoked manually, it works. You are using v1.63 Beta/7. Why don't you upgrade to the latest Beta and then, if you still have problems, bring them up in TBBeta? -- Best regards, Miguel A.

Re: Filters don't work

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Bill, If I write, for recipient: bill mccarthy|[EMAIL PROTECTED] I'll get any recipient that contains bill mccarthy or [EMAIL PROTECTED] - caseless. Right, because you are looking for string bill mccarthy OR string [EMAIL PROTECTED] and you get a match with any or both. However, if

Re: Threading

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, omputers.co.uk [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]: X-Tblist-Id: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit X-OriginalArrivalTime: 28 Jul 2003 08:28:00.0810 (UTC) FILETIME=[2811C0A0:01C354E2]

Re: Threading

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Marck, Stuart's messages are filtered by Allie Martin's system to strip off a rather large disclaimer that is put onto them by Stuart's Company mail server. It's looks to me as if the filter is messing up when the References header gets too big... Just a guess. Ah, I forgot about

Re: Filters don't work

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello MAU, It is working as it should because the AND operation is done at string level and you are now looking for the single string bill [EMAIL PROTECTED] If you look for AB you are actually looking for AB. At least I think so g -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial

Re: Filters don't work

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Bill, If you look for AB you are actually looking for AB. At least I think so g I couldn't get it to work as a concatenation operator. I sent an email to myself and filtered for a sender of bill mccarthy (without the quotes) - it did not work. Can you provide an example that

Re: Filters don't work

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Bill, Hmm, so '' is a concatenation operator in TB. Is that documented anywhere? No, it is not and, obviously, it is not documented. See my other reply to you. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Threading

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Stuart, Allie tells me that all is well again. It is :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

What is Sender for The Bat! ??

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello all, I know this has been discussed in the past, and probably several times, but I would like to insist once more: Take a message received with these header lines ... Return-path: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... Sender: Cristina [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... From: support [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... If I

Re: Editing the subject header

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Allie, Miguel, aka MAU, will attest to POPfiles 99.99% accuracy. ;) ;) ;) Only 99.74% Allie :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http

Re: Editing the subject header

2003-07-28 Thread MAU
Hello Alexander, What, it hasn't gotten any better since last time? Lme! ;-) Of course it has. Last time it was way down to 99.73% ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is

Re: Filter processing too fast

2003-07-29 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, snipped Anyway, due to this fast access, mails are downloaded faster. When these mails are the responses from spamcop, then the second spamcop filter will kick in, an external file will be created, which will open IE on the appropriate page on Spamcop's webiste. snipped For

Re: Filters don't work

2003-07-29 Thread MAU
Hello Granville, How can I set my filters to capture this stuff that does'nt rely on the email address or the subject line being identical on each mail-out. I use POPFile (http://popfile.sourceforge.net/) to classify spam and then in TB I just have one filter that looks for the

Re: Filtering after a first filter dont work

2003-08-03 Thread MAU
Hello Wilfried, Ok, I get it working, That is what is important :-) ...but I'm not sure I did it the right way. I am not sure there is a right way. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current

Re: Ot: mail servers?

2003-08-05 Thread MAU
Hello Krister, As i am thinking about getting a domain i also think about getting my own mail server software. Make sure you take a look and try Mercury/32 (http://www.pmail.com). -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

[OT] End of the road for SMTP?

2003-08-07 Thread MAU
Hello all, Sorry for the OT. This article may be of interest for some: http://rss.com.com/2100-1038_3-5058610.html?type=ptpart=rsstag=feedsubj=n -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is

Re: How to Send w/o Confirmation Dialog Box

2003-08-10 Thread MAU
Hello Joe, 1. Is there a way to send a message without getting the confirmation dialog box? (The confirmation dialog box being that dialog box that makes sure you want to send the email.) It may seem like a small thing - but it's the small things that add up. :) It is a setting at account

Re: Keep messages in the base for n days

2003-08-16 Thread MAU
Hello Peter, Yes, indeed. It will mark the messages out of range as deleted, and with the next Purge and compress they will be actually deleted. PR It strikes me this could be somewhat inconvenient. Why is that? My previous MUA had that capability. While there was at least one message in a

Re: Keep messages in the base for n days

2003-08-16 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I have set the expiration to 180 days. Haven't found a mailing-list thread that ran longer than that... ;-) I set most my mailing list to just 15 or 30 days at the most. My message base would be huge if I set these to 180 days. As I say in my reply to Peter Meyns, I found this

Re: Keep messages in the base for n days

2003-08-16 Thread MAU
Hello Stefan, Then you should park the threads you are interested in. This way, messages won't get deleted by purging. No, parking is not the solution for what Paul (and others like me) is looking for. Parking is the solution if I want to keep the thread for ever (or a very long time), but

Re: Can you Park a thread?

2003-08-23 Thread MAU
Hello Joseph, Yes. Right-click/Thread/Park. If there's a keyboard shortcut, I'm not aware of it. You can probably set up a hotkey, though. Ctrl+Alt+0 to Park Ctrl+Alt+9 to Unpark At least that is what the context menu shows on v1.62i. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial -

Re: Can you Park a thread?

2003-08-23 Thread MAU
Hello Roelof, Probably they're shortcuts Miguel entered himself. No, not at all. I'm a mouse oriented user. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information:

Re: Can you Park a thread?

2003-08-23 Thread MAU
Hello Tim, There's nothing on the context menu in v1.62q (and those keystrokes don't seem to do anything for me). What's your setting for View/View threads by? -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Can you Park a thread?

2003-08-23 Thread MAU
Hello Roelof, Have you got a shortcut.cfg file in TB's mail directory? Yes. Close TB and rename that file to shortcut.old Open TB and see whether the shortcuts to (un)park full threads are still present. Actions are there but no shortcut. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial -

Re: Unsubscribing for a few weeks

2003-08-24 Thread MAU
Hello Mary, ...for leaving on vacation. Please enjoy! :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html

Re: Message Count

2003-08-25 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I have a total count per account. But you are right, there is no grand total count which would include the common folders. Create a dummy account and move your common folders to it. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: Changing reply prefix

2003-08-28 Thread MAU
Hello Steve, Again I come to you all with what will probably be an incredibly simple question. I want to change the prefix of quoted text from initials to the more familiar '' sign, but do not see where to do this. I checked in the templates, but didn't see anything there.

Re: Filters, Spam and Edits - test

2003-08-28 Thread MAU
Hello Dave, 1. Drag the message to your Outbox folder. 2. Open it (double click on it) 3. Edit subject 4. Save it (don't send it) 5. Move it back to original folder As you say, it is probably the easiest method. However, you must be aware that this method does change some of the original

Re: Preventing an e-mail from being sent

2003-08-28 Thread MAU
Hello Michael, Please Dont Top Post. Please trim your quotes ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 1.62r | Using TBUDL information:

Re: so is version 2 here yet .... :-)

2003-09-03 Thread MAU
Hello Deborah, I was expecting the html editor to be useful, because I do occasionally want to send html mail, but tbh I'm disappointed with it. Have you tried Foxmail (it's free) to compose/send your HTML e-mail? On the bright side, the installation, as you say, was a dream - fast simple.

Re: Moving to next unread message

2003-09-03 Thread MAU
Hello William, Sometimes I can move to the next unread message in an account by using Ctrl+RightArrow. Other times that will not work and I have to use Ctrl+Alt+RightArrow. Can anyone explain why this is? It depends on focus being on Message List pane or Preview pane, but I don't know why.

Re: so is version 2 here yet .... :-)

2003-09-03 Thread MAU
Hello Bill, Uh-oh. I have the occasional need to send HTML-coded mail, so I did a search for Foxmail. Found it on C|Net, along with some reviews like this: snipped a bit If Foxmail sold for US$ 100 reviews would say it was too expensive for what it does. As it is FREE... you know what I mean

Re: so is version 2 here yet .... :-)

2003-09-03 Thread MAU
Hello Deborah, Yes, that's what I've been using. I always thought you were smart :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 2.00 | Using TBUDL information:

Re: different reply quotes for different people

2003-09-03 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, I'll keep a list of people who owe me beers, just like MAU. It's not worth it, they never pay ;-) Did you know that the Thai word mau (pronounced mao) translates into drunk (adj.), as in: I am drunk? Nice :) And the Spanish beer I like best is Mahou and is pronounced mau

Re: Message listview view exclusion

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Christopher, I just discovered a neat feature. Alt-click in the list view, and only the messages matching whatever field you clicked on (date, from, subject) will be displayed. It also works on the flags fields for read, unread, kept, etc. My question is, how do I 'unexclude' the

Re: different reply quotes for different people

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Mark, Nonsense. Here's that beer I owe you. Puag! It's warm! ;-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 2.00 | Using TBUDL information:

Re: different reply quotes for different people

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, You know how to pick a nick, I see. ;-) It is my initials: M.A.U. stand for Miguel A. Urech :) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i Current version is 2.00 | Using TBUDL information:

Re: different reply quotes for different people

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Mark, Oops. I should have known better than to use those slow recycled electrons to send it. OK - I still owe you one. I believe the bar tenders (moderators they called them in this pub) are soon going to tell us to please go to the pub next door. I've never been there but I think it's

Re: Strange macro appearance

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Clive, As you can see, the 'to' address is appearing at the top of this (and every) message I send to the group; it's also happening in the reply template. Where's it being called from? This is new behaviour not present in V1. Not on this new message. As far as I can see in your recent

My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello all, I am experimenting a new filter for mailing lists like this one that will skip a message (mark it automatically as read) if Relevant Text does not start within the first 20 lines of the message body. It is very easy to set up and it seems to work very well so far. -- Best regards,

Re: different reply quotes for different people

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, And what does the A. stand for? My Gosh! I don't remember! My memory is terrible. Will you belive me if I tell you that after 34 years of marriage I always call my wife my dear, sweetheart, darling, etc., not because I still love her but because I don't remember her name? ;-) --

Re: My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-04 Thread MAU
Hello Thomas, While that sounds interesting, I wonder how a filter would determine what is reolevant to you. No, no, no. You are wrong. _I_ determine what is relevant for the filter. :) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

Re: My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Urban, Care to show us an example? No, I really can't. Those who know me have probably guessed that I was kinda joking. I have no such filter. It is true that I have thought quite a bit about it because I do not want to waste even a few seconds on messages that say nothing relevant in the

Re: Selective Sent Mail Removal

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Pixie, I'd also like to not keep sent items for other email I send from time to time.. Perhaps a macro that I can run when I create the message? I have such a filter in my Outgoing ones. I call it Low2Trash. It just looks for @ (without the quotes) in Kludges and moves messages from

Re: My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Tim, I don't know you well enough to know the filter doesn't exist. And I was really interested in seeing such a filter. It is true I have thought about it but I found no way of doing it. Maybe it can be done with Regexps but I assume it would be quite complicated and I am quite a

Re: Selective Sent Mail Removal

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Pixie, That sounds like a neat way to do it. What I'm thinking is that I could add a unique tag to the header via a macro then trash only those. I've got plans for priority tags doing something else. I think V2.0 allows for some custom headers via macro, doesn't it? -- Best regards,

Re: My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Dave, It would be handy, huh? It certainly would for me. How about applying Bayesian logic to this? Can filters call an external program or a plug-in? Yes, on the Actions tab of filter you can select Run external program. About Bayesian logic, I don't really know but I wouldn't think

Re: My new 20 lines filter

2003-09-05 Thread MAU
Hello Tim, I agree completely with your sentiments about all the junk that precedes the content of many replies. mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] is a perfect example. Sorry Andreas, nothing personal :-) -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (El Escorial - Spain) Using The Bat! v1.62i

MyGate, newsgroups with TB made easy

2003-09-07 Thread MAU
Hello all, As some of you may remember, over one years ago I developed a method to use The Bat! for newsgroups using a news/mail/news gateway, actually MailTraq4Free (http://www.mailtraq.com/323/form.nc) as described in: http://www.mail-archive.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg36819.html Well, just

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