Re: Missing TBUDL messages.

1999-09-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Christopher, this announcement from Marck of today should make you happy. ;-) We have now added a new dimension to TBUDL and TBBETA that will, hopefully, add to its' usefulness. The TBUDL and TBBETA discussion lists are now being archived in a public archive resource at [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Anti-spam filters (was:Re[5]: List Administration Note)

1999-09-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marck, On Friday, September 24, 1999, 1:30:53 AM, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: TF The only spam filter I could think of is a kill filter for TF messages addressed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'd appreciate some tips. MDP There was a posting to the old list from Leif Gregory which detailed a MDP

Re[3]: Anti-spam filters

1999-09-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ron, On Friday, September 24, 1999, 9:18:56 PM, Ron wrote: This was true perhaps 6-8 months ago. I don't know what kind of spam you are getting, but mine is addressed to me (well, 95 mails out of 100). R Yes, I'm getting a lot more spam addressed to me individually R recently.

Re[2]: Anti-spam filters (was:Re[5]: List Administration Note)

1999-09-25 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Steve, On Sunday, September 26, 1999, 2:35:13 PM, Steve Lamb wrote: I wish to hear how you'd deal with his peculiar situation of having to deal with spammers who seem to stupidly believe in quality and not quantity. SL I just press the delete key because any filtering would

Re[2]: Quote prefixing rehash

1999-09-28 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Ali, on Tuesday, September 28, 1999, 6:39:07 PM, Ali Martin wrote: Two different things, Allie: your earlier proposal was that the quotes should show the original sender's initial's; what you describe Agent is doing, is giving you the option to choose a fixed set of characters as a quote

Re[2]: Quote prefixing rehash

1999-09-28 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Tuesday, September 28, 1999, 11:34:58 PM, Steve Lamb wrote: And yes, I think it would be nice to be able to change the quote mark from the standard "greater than" to any character or string you like. SL This would be bad since it would break many other clients. TB, for SL

Re[10]: Orange folders color

1999-10-01 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Claude, On Friday, October 01, 1999, 9:03:27 PM, Claude wrote: C But I have *many* folders in which I get non urgent (the most) and C urgent (the less) posts. I can't make a formal rule to sort them out, C as the same sender may send a post *I* think urgent or an other *I* C think

Keep messages in the base

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi TBUDL, I have a question: When I check Fodler/Properties/"Keep messages in the base for 60 days", what happens after 60 days if I *don't* check "upon exit - remove old messages". Where do the old messages go if they are not being removed? - Just curious. ;-) -- Best regards, Thomas

Re[2]: Quotingproblem

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Werner, On Monday, October 04, 1999, 5:13:40 PM, Werner Arts wrote: TF This TB does not know whether anything is a name or another string of TF characters, it will assume that everything in front of a "" is TF suposed to be there, and the quote only starts after this character. WA In

Re[2]: Quotingproblem

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Werner, On Monday, October 04, 1999, 11:55:35 PM, Werner Arts wrote: WA This doesn't help. "The Bat" places the "" into the middle of a line. WA If if happens only when the "Initials Feature" is turned on, then WA nothing to mention, but "The Bat" makes it also, when this feature is WA

Re[2]: Quotingproblem

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Tuesday, October 05, 1999, 1:28:39 AM, Ali Martin wrote: If everybody used TB! (wouldn't that be a nice world g), everybody would know who wrote what. Yes, especially in business it is indeed *very* useful. AM The problem is that most people *do not* use TB!. Wait until I go

Re: PGP plugins

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marek, On Tuesday, October 05, 1999, 2:02:07 AM, Marek Mikus wrote: MM Can somebody help me please, what are PGP PLUGINS? MM How TB use them? You can download the PGP Plugin from the beta page. -- Cheers, Thomas mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Message reply

Re[2]: PGP plugins

1999-10-04 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi John, on Tuesday, October 05, 1999, 8:39:57 AM, John Sullivan wrote: JS On Monday 4 October 1999 Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: On 5 Oct 99, at 2:18, Thomas Fernandez wrote PGP (Pretty good privacy) is an encryption programme. You can encrypt your messages [...] so nobody else can read them

Re[3]: Example of strange attachment

1999-10-05 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Oleg, on Tuesday, October 05, 1999, 3:35:31 PM, Oleg Zalyalov wrote: AVK Once again: I *don't* see any *.att inline attachments here, and AVK I cannot even guess where these can come from:-) OZ Yes, it strange. There is no any attachment at attached message, but OZ TB! shows that there

Colours

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi TBUDL, I complained earlier about the colours; however, eityher I am getting used to them or this version has better colours than the beta ones. Anyway, even thoug I'd still prefer stronger colours (matter of taste, I guess), they are no strain on the eyes any more. -- Best regards,

Re[2]: ! and CJK

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Keith, On Friday, October 15, 1999, 9:41:33 PM, Keith Russell wrote: I don't acutally read or write Chinese. I will check this tomorrow in the office, having my secretary type something. KR Thanks. It will be VERY interesting to see what character set shows up KR in the header if s/he

Re[2]: ! and CJK

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Syafril, On Friday, October 15, 1999, 4:49:25 PM, Syafril Hermansyah wrote: [...] Thanks for the help on how to use Outlook.. actually I use a programme called "The Bat!" ;-) SH What's character set you prefer ? TF A changeable one. Actually, TB ignores the XLAT tables and TF

Re[2]: ! and CJK

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Keith, On Friday, October 15, 1999, 9:53:08 PM, Keith Russell wrote: On Friday, October 08, 1999, 1:14:28 PM, Syafril Hermansyah wrote: KR [snip] SH In the first time I run 1.36Beta/12, I found that I got new font : SH Andele Mono, MS Hei (Chinese GB_2312), MingLiu

Re[2]: Colours

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo DINH, On Friday, October 15, 1999, 7:05:23 PM, DINH Frederic wrote: TF I complained earlier about the colours; however, eityher I am TF getting used to them or this version has better colours than the TF beta ones. DF I also think red wasn't bad. Did you try without hi-color icons? They

Re[2]: ! and CJK

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Keith, on Saturday, October 16, 1999, 10:13:38 AM, Keith Russell wrote: The only problem I found was that one needed the USA windows to run them as running English ofice 2000 on other European languages could cause corruption... Keith Russell Okay, not a problem for me, since I'm

Fwd: FW: Âà±H: ¤j­ô¤j¯f¬r

1999-10-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Keith, here are the headers of a message sent to me in Chinese. The mailer (not mentioned in these headers) is Outlook running under C-Win98. Delivery of this message was via our company LAN, not via the Internet. Note how the name of the encoding system (big5) is in the Subject line. Best

Re[2]: delete key deletes msg instead of block of msgs I am editing

1999-10-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marck, On Saturday, October 16, 1999, 8:17:26 PM, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: t I just managed to delete some messages including some I was going to t answer as I highlighted a block of text, and pressed delete, MDP In case you didn't realize, the deleted messages would only have been

Re: Can Thai be used??

1999-10-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo tracer, On Saturday, October 16, 1999, 3:41:52 PM, tracer wrote: t Question, due to all these language questions I dug up some stuff and t as long as I cannot select a simple Thai font with external switch t (which exist) I see no easy way to get Thai in the BAT. t I see Thai is on the

Re[2]: OT: Laguanges and names, really, honest! (WAS: PGP Check Signature does not work)

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Alexander, On Sunday, October 17, 1999, 6:34:34 AM, Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: The latter. Esperanto has 28 letters and 28 base sounds. 1 sound per letter, obviously. It also has several other sounds which are made when a small selection of letters are combined, but nothing as

Re[3]: PGP Check Signature does not work

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo tracer, On Sunday, October 17, 1999, 10:15:12 AM, tracer wrote: Alexander Don't know Esperanto, but think you're wrong here:-) the first Alexander "a" above should sound similar to German "Ja" (that is, as it's Alexander common in many Latin-based languages, should be written as

Re[3]: Can Thai be used??

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo tracer, On Sunday, October 17, 1999, 7:24:20 AM, tracer wrote: t 1. IS Thai setup? Thomas You need a Thai driver. I have never worked with X-LAT tables, though. Thomas Thai drivers come with Thai Windows. If you have stripped Thai out of t So its of interest to have programs which can

Re[3]: Fwd: FW: H: jjfr

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Keith, On Sunday, October 17, 1999, 2:24:23 PM, Keith Russell wrote: Yes... This is interesting. As expected, the subject line in the message you sent me is garbage until I run UnionWay AsianSuite and set it to Big 5; the subject then becomes good, readable Chinese. However, if I

Re: =?KOI8-R?Q?Re:_Fwd:_FW:_=F7=C1H:_j=C6jfr?=

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Alexander, On Sunday, October 17, 1999, 3:12:27 AM, Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: AVK Comments: Sender has elected to use 8-bit data in this message. If problems arise, refer to postmaster at sender's site. AVK Subject:

Re[4]: Colours

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Ian, on Sunday, October 17, 1999, 1:28:43 AM, Ian Gore wrote: DF I also think red wasn't bad. Did you try without hi-color icons? They can be toggled? How? IG Under Options. I'm convinced the "High-Colour Images" appear when the IG option is off, though! Got it. But hi-colour looks

Re[3]: auto-complete not working in address fields

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Terry, on Sunday, October 17, 1999, 9:13:49 PM, Terry Frazier wrote: TF Yes, I mean Ctrl+Plus. At one point it worked, even for groups. I TF could type in a partial GroupName and Ctrl+Plus would finish TF the entry with "GroupName list" in the To: field. TF Now Ctrl+Plus

Re[2]: OT: Laguanges and names, really, honest! (WAS: PGP Check Signature does not work)

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Monday, October 18, 1999, 11:22:40 AM, Steve Lamb wrote: I really don't know why everybody thinks all langauges of the world should be squeezed into the English alphabet. SL I don't think it should. Although I'll take how many Esperantists write SL Esperanto. As I said, it

Re[4]: OT: Laguanges and names, really, honest! (WAS: PGP Check Signature does not work)

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi NGUYEN, on Sunday, October 17, 1999, 10:16:41 PM, NGUYEN Hoai Nam wrote: TF I really don't know why everybody thinks all langauges of the world TF should be squeezed into the English alphabet. Look at Vietnamese: it TF looks awful now! NHN Eh guy, what the h... you know about Vietnamese

SOT: Languages and Writing Systems

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Monday, October 18, 1999, 12:09:55 PM, tracer wrote: Thomas Every script has drawbacks when you want to use it for another Thomas language. ;-) t I know but here in Thailand it must be about the only place where they t try to make a language which is quite irregular when it comes

Re: %ATTACHMENTS: doesnt show files attached

1999-10-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Monday, October 18, 1999, 2:09:10 PM, tracer wrote: t problem: use below shown macro but when attaching whatever I do, %ATTACHMENTS t seems to always generate "none" as result. t Any idea how to fix? I'm not sure, but I think this macro is only for the print-templates. -- Best

Re[2]: jump to the next unread message - was - Re[2]: The Bat! - suggestions

1999-10-18 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Monday, October 18, 1999, 12:37:12 PM, Ali Martin wrote: AKL Ctrl+[ - jump to the previous _unread_ (inside the current folder _only_) As for these "short" keys, somebody suggested to change these to N for Next Unread and so on, I think the suggestions were based on Agent - I

Re: Netscape ?

1999-10-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Roel, on Thursday, October 21, 1999, 11:54:41 PM, Roel wrote: R I just got this problem: R The Bat can't check my pop-mail when I'm running Netscape 4.7... R (I'm using TB 1.35) R Anybody else with this problem? No, I'm running Netscape all the time. Also using 4.7 now. No

Re[2]: *.bmp attachment

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Friday, October 22, 1999, 8:24:39 PM, tracer wrote: §yafril" Any explanation why TB so slow to view/open messages with *.bmp §yafril" attachment ? [...] t Now on the other hand I have noticed that if the bat has been open for t a while and you edit and look many things,

Clock syncing

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Friday, October 22, 1999, 11:50:09 PM, Steve Lamb wrote: SL For me, syncing my server off a tier 2 clock and syncing the rest off SL my server is good enough. I simply don't need to be in the 3-5 second SL catagory and don't mind that much drift at all. It is precise enough

Re: Missing Attachments

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Keith, on Saturday, October 23, 1999, 3:04:20 AM, Keith Russell wrote: KR Twice now, I have received messages with attachments, but the KR attachment did not show up in TB. There was no attachment pane and KR no attachment icon in the message list. KR Both times, I downloaded the

Re: Chinese Character Set

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Syafril, On Friday, October 22, 1999, 11:10:30 PM, Syafril Hermansyah wrote: SH I found something this morning, maybe you'd like to know. SH I installed The Bat! international language pack, and this morning I SH got a message from China (*.cn), which write his name in China SH

Re[2]: Clock syncing

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Saturday, October 23, 1999, 12:02:29 PM, Ali Martin wrote: Let me make myself look stupid: Where can I donwload such a clock-syncronizer? Is it freeware? And does it work for LAN's as well (Novell Netware)? AM 'Horas' which I use isn't freeware. It's available at: AM

Re[2]: Clock syncing

1999-10-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Steve, On Saturday, October 23, 1999, 1:47:02 PM, Steve Lamb wrote: Let me make myself look stupid: Where can I donwload such a clock-syncronizer? Is it freeware? And does it work for LAN's as well (Novell Netware)? SL The one I use is Automachron which is free SL

Re[3]: THE BAT! Will it be a newsreader option ?

1999-10-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marck, On Saturday, October 23, 1999, 11:33:34 PM, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: MDP I use WS_FTP for "real" FTP. :-) I find it very usable but awfully slow. For larger FTP's (and with my baud rate, each new version of TB qualifies), I telnet into my own account, "get" the file via unix'

Re[2]: Compuserve2000 again...

1999-10-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marck, On Saturday, October 23, 1999, 9:38:06 PM, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: AP Has no one any idea how to check Compuserve2000 email with The Bat AP 1.34a? MDP Your best option is to ask Compuserve support what standard MDP configuration parameters are required for a POP3

Standard Templates

1999-10-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi TBUDL, so, OK, we have all set up our templates and everything the way we like it. However, for those who discover TB new, there are standard templates that are supposed to be the way the avarage users would prefer them. I would like to develop a list of what you be improved there. Examples:

Re[3]: *.bmp attachment

1999-10-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Monday, October 25, 1999, 12:49:33 PM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: t mail to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] t NOTE: 1 MAILRUN PER DAY ONLY You seem to have very short days... g -- Best regards, Thomas. Message reply created with The Bat! 1.36 under Chinese Windows 98 4.10 Build 1998 on a

Re: New proposed ideas / features for The Bat

1999-10-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Roman, on Monday, October 25, 1999, 4:38:11 AM GMT+0800, Roman Meng wrote: RM I discoverd the bat only a few days ago, but I think its one of the RM best Mailers on the market (maybe the best!). *I* think it is, too. ;-) RM + Encrypt the attachments too if the whole mail is encrypted! RM

Re[2]: New proposed ideas / features for The Bat

1999-10-26 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Steve, On Monday, October 25, 1999, 11:24:47 PM (GMT+0800), Steve Lamb wrote: RM + A new checkbox inside a Adress Entry Property: RM "Always encrypt outgoing E-mail to this user" (PGP) Agree. SL While I agree with this you are aware this is possible with templates, SL right?

Re[3]: Standard Templates

1999-10-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Oleg, on Wednesday, October 27, 1999, 2:27:03 PM GMT+0800, Oleg Zalyalov wrote: OZ Monday, October 25, 1999, Steve Lamb wrote about OZ Standard Templates: SL Sunday, October 24, 1999, 10:57:13 PM, Thomas wrote: - all templates should add "-- /n" before the sig. - Forward template should

Re[2]: Standard Templates

1999-10-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Wednesday, October 27, 1999, 7:49:14 PM (GMT+0800), Ali Martin wrote: AM snip So, the sig delimiter should be standard for the "send" and "reply" templates. And, since we're at it, the normal "template" should be renamed "send template" ;-) AM ^ AM

Re[2]: THE BAT! Will it be a newsreader option ?

1999-10-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Thursday, October 28, 1999, 9:20:51 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: Computers will become a more and more integral part of our lives, but they will look and behave nothing like these primitive, difficult to use, unreliable, frustrating tools we use now - and it won't be that

Re: PGP question

1999-10-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Michael, on Thursday, October 28, 1999, 10:53:25 AM GMT+0800, Michael Zigler DVM, CertVOphthal wrote: MZDC Sorry for such a basic question... I'm a PGP novice. How do I send MZDC someone my key? Your "public key" should be a text file. You can attach it to an email, or put it into the

OT: Computer Philosophy (was: Re[2]: THE BAT! Will it be a newsreader option ?)

1999-10-29 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Friday, October 29, 1999, 12:04:47 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: Why? Even if this was meant to offend computers (which it wasn't), why do you take it personally? SL Because it is an attack on those who don't find computers in that manner. I don't feel it that way. Hmm.

Re[3]: OT: Computer Philosophy (was: Re[2]: THE BAT! Will it be a newsreader option ?)

1999-10-30 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Marck, On Saturday, October 30, 1999, 7:22:24 PM (GMT+0800), Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: Well, the OS is software in my vocabulary, so you are actually saying you agree with me? :- SL No, OS does not equal software. The same software on 6 different SL OSs could yield 6

Re[5]: check mail for all not working?

1999-01-02 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Andrew, on Friday, November 05, 1999, 5:36:12 AM GMT+0800, Andrew Brown wrote: CR Using just the blue "check emails" button checks only the first CR account here and the keys alt+f2 checks all 5 again. PE no it does not here. :( thats what i reported... AB I have had the same

Re[4]: Filtering mail arriving with a given bcc insertion to a given mail directory

1999-11-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Saturday, November 06, 1999, 11:15:32 PM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: t Saturday, November 06, 1999 t Hello Douglas, t Saturday, Saturday, November 06, 1999, you wrote: MDP The whole point of BCC is that messages addressed with it arrive from MDP POP servers without it, so it

Re[4]: searching

1999-11-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Juergen, on Monday, November 15, 1999, 2:09:28 AM GMT+0800, Juergen Frisch wrote: I sent this message first some hours earlier. But since I did not get it from the list nor did it appear in the archive I send it a second time. I received it twice. :-) -- Best regards, Thomas.

Re[2]: wanted feature wish-list request

1999-11-14 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Alex, on Monday, November 15, 1999, 1:01:26 AM GMT+0800, Alex Sanyukovitch wrote: R the option to move messages to another folder after x days... R (and offcourse the possibility to select that folder :-) ) R it already exists for deleting (folder properties - keep messages in R

SOT: Anti-virus Programmes (was:Re[12]: 1.36 install once more...)

1999-11-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Monday, November 15, 1999, 2:53:23 PM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: t In your case I would either get a good antivirus program (and that t means NOT MCAFEE or NORTON) and run them to clean your system up. Interesting, as I thought these were good. Anyway, I am using PC-Cillin

Registration Question

1999-11-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello TBUDL, my friend registered TB but did not get the registration details as he requests below. As my own registration was so long ago, I don't remember whether I got an email with the Key and Checksum or how did it work. Kindly take a look at his question below and advise. Thanks, Thomas.

Re[2]: Registration Question

1999-11-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Wednesday, November 17, 1999, 2:32:10 PM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: Thomas my friend registered TB but did not get the registration details as he Thomas requests below. As my own registration was so long ago, I don't Thomas remember whether I got an email with the Key and Checksum or

Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-11-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Jast, on Thursday, November 18, 1999, 11:25:58 AM GMT+0800, Jast wrote: This template has 2 problems, one is that the cursor is in the to field instead of at the %Cursor position, J This is normal for new messages... Funny, what is the %Cursor command for, then? My second item is

%Attachment

1999-11-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Thursday, November 18, 1999, 12:53:30 PM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: t has anyone got an idea what the %attachment thing is supposed to do?? t It always tells me none and it would have been logical if would have t listed attached files It's supposed to work in the Print templates and

Re[4]: %Cursor

1999-01-15 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Jast, on Thursday, November 18, 1999, 12:50:01 PM GMT+0800, Jast wrote: Funny, what is the %Cursor command for, then? J Well, if you tab in the message, you get put to that place of course. J It is just expected that you enter the address first thing. I motion to change that. I don't

Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-01-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Friday, November 19, 1999, 12:22:22 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: Steve, please don't call peoples suggestions idiotic especially when it's not necessary. SL It was. An understanding of basic UI at the level of around an AOL user SL would be all that is required to deduce

Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-01-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Friday, November 19, 1999, 1:58:33 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: Simple : Not everyone has this allegedly logical stepwise approach. I tend to prefer this stepwise approach and this is why I have no need for no subject error messages or reminders to enter an address, but this

Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-01-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Friday, November 19, 1999, 5:58:21 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: People like Steve Lamb make it so hard for beginners to stay in this list. SL Beginners shouldn't really be making suggestions. Pu-leaze, Steve. And by the way, with 21 years of computer programming, I don't

Re[3]: keyboard or software

1999-01-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Bernhard, on Friday, November 19, 1999, 5:46:58 PM GMT+0800, Bernhard Kaiser wrote: [marked text in Reply window does not disappear when "delete" or "backspace" is hit] TF Works here with both the Delete button as well as the Backspace TF button. Did you try Backspace? BK Yes; it didn't

Re[2]: %Cursor

1999-01-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Paula, on Friday, November 19, 1999, 6:24:10 PM GMT+0800, Paula Ford wrote: I don't even know what an MUA is. PF Me neither and it's not listed in the Webopaedia. Internet search turned PF up: [lovable a well-researched list skipped] PF So, I'm guessing it's (E-)Mail User Agent and not

Re[2]: (SOT) Moo-ah, Met-ah, Med-ah and all related things...

1999-01-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Alexander, on Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 9:23:01 AM GMT+0800, Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: [...] Your machine is three days fast and I can never find your messages until after someone has replied already and I go looking. Kindly check. ;-) -- Thanks, Thomas. Message reply created with

Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-01-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Paula, on Saturday, November 20, 1999, 8:38:11 AM GMT+0800, Paula Ford wrote: It has nothing to do with %cursor macro, while is reasonable wish. But I'm afraid it is hardly implementable, while it does work so when you hit reply. PF Well, it would seem that it is

Re: (SOT) Moo-ah, Met-ah, Med-ah and all related things...

1999-01-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Saturday, November 20, 1999, 8:37:02 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: SL MUA stands for Mail Use Agent or Messaging User Agent. MTA is for Mail SL Transfer agent. There is a third, MDA, which stands for Mail Delivery Agent. [very good explanation skipped} For all those who

Re: [OT) Discussion list netiquette [was Re: (No Subject)]

1999-11-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Sunday, November 21, 1999, 8:34:02 PM (GMT+0800), Ali Martin wrote: Ali c) If someone makes a suggestion that is their own selfish desire I Ali really don't think the developers at Ritlabs will suddenly implement Ali it, especially on this very basis, unless it's a compelling and

MS Exchange (was:Wish List)

1999-11-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Hal, on Monday, November 22, 1999, 8:19:47 AM GMT+0800, Hal wrote: H One thing I would like to see is the ability to use Microsoft Exchange, so I can H take The Bat to work and trash Outlook. We use MS Exchange at work, and I am using The Bat! here as well. One problem: I cannot use our

Re: TB and MS Exchange (was:Wish List)

1999-11-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Dear Syafril, I just checked and was told we use MS Exchange version 5.5 Just tried to send a message to one of my accounts via our SMTP server, and the below is what happened. When I use my address book and the address I send to is "mozart [EMAIL PROTECTED]" (without quotation marks), the

Re[2]: TB and MS Exchange (was:Wish List)

1999-11-21 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Thomas, on Monday, November 22, 1999, 2:54:45 PM GMT+0800, Thomas Fernandez wrote: TF Most of the time, however, I do not even get an error message. By TF mistake, I forgot to reset the SMTP seerver after these tests before TF sending this post, and my email just disappeared. (I am resending

Re[2]: TB and MS Exchange (was:Wish List)

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Syafril, on Monday, November 22, 1999, 4:11:40 PM GMT+0800, Syafril Hermansyah wrote: TF When I use my address book and the address I send to is "mozart TF [EMAIL PROTECTED]" (without quotation marks), the error TF message will say that mozart is not recognized, i.e. seeing only TF the

Re: %cursor was: Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Oleg, On Monday, November 22, 1999, 8:57:38 PM (GMT+0800), Oleg Zalyalov wrote: It has nothing to do with %cursor macro, while is reasonable wish. But I'm afraid it is hardly implementable, while it does work so when you hit reply. PF Well, it would seem that it is

Re[3]: TB and MS Exchange (was:Wish List)

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo tracer, On Monday, November 22, 1999, 9:28:06 PM (GMT+0800), tracer wrote: t Thomas, could you try sending it to your email address without the Mozart t node... I will try that in the morning when I'm back in the office, but I don't expect it to be any different. I also tried it with

Re[2]: Threading

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Ali, on Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 5:48:47 AM GMT+0800, Ali Martin wrote: Keyboard shortcuts? Ooh, if you have this still I'd love a copy :) I have to say, TB could do with some documentation - it just seems more normal to read how the program works for yourself than having to ask how

Re[2]: %cursor was: Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 2:33:19 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: SL Monday, November 22, 1999, 6:15:22 AM, Thomas wrote: You mean a switch like a %SkipHeader macro? SL That would work. I'd actually like to see the current behavior of the SL reply template changed so that

Re[2]: Mysterious wish-list

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Leif, can I ask whether the developers have a copy? If yes, maybe they might send it to you. Did you ask them? If they don't have a copy, what's the point of the wish-list. On Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 8:12:18 AM GMT+0800, Leif Gregory wrote: LG I've e-mailed him twice directly so far to

Alt-L (was:Re[5]: question on line styles sening E-mail (Eureka!))

1999-11-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Pasquale, on Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 2:28:47 PM GMT+0800, Pasquale J. Festa Sr. wrote: AM NB// Alt+L will not work if the cursor is positioned in the text block AM area with the mouse. You have to position it with the keyboard. TF That's not quite correct. I always position the cursor

Re[2]: Threading

1999-11-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Ali, On Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 7:16:40 PM (GMT+0800), Ali Martin wrote: AM snip AM Here it is attached for you and all the other new subscribers who AM haven't yet gotten a copy. Wouldn't it be neat to include this in the .zip file when people download TB from the web site? Or

Re[3]: %cursor was: Re[2]: (No Subject)

1999-11-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Jast, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 6:03:17 AM GMT+0800, Jast wrote: That it would. I like the idea of a template definition, just not sure if I want to fully endorse another template macro which is nothing more than a toggle that is better served, IMHO, by checkboxes on the

Re: Original Message Date and time query

1999-11-23 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Ali, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 7:41:17 AM GMT+0800, Ali Martin wrote: AM Isn't the macro for the original message date and time be taken from AM the Kludges of the message sent ad verbatim? Why is the time AM converted to my time zone when I'm replying. Wouldn't the recipient AM

Re[2]: Surprise...

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Ian, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 3:50:14 PM GMT+0800, Ian Gore wrote: And the three letters were... ali. Since TB! has autocompletion based on name it is, IMHO, very dangerously and very incorrectly introducing false and misleading data into its own database. Clearly Ali

Re[2]: Shortcuts (was: Re: Threading)

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Steve, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 11:32:28 AM GMT+0800, Steve Lamb wrote: I'd like to try "idiot mode". However, before I do that, kindly let me know how to disable "idiot mode" again. ;-) SL Come now, figuring out how to exit it is the test to prove you're worthy SL of

Re[2]: Original Message Date and time query

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Alexander, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 10:56:56 PM GMT+0800, Alexander V. Kiselev wrote: I would prefer it to always be in GMT (as pine does it), but I have seen from my colleagues that the lcoal time is more appreciated by the average user. AVK And I'll explain you why... AVK

Re[2]: Idiot Mode

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Markus, on Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 11:46:18 PM GMT+0800, Markus Gloede wrote: Ctrl+Shift+Alt+/ (toggle idiot mode on/off) will take "Folder" off the menu in the main screen, and some of the choices out of Account/... MG BTW, that's yet another shortcut that doesn't work on some

Re[4]: Idiot Mode

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Roel, on Thursday, November 25, 1999, 11:44:19 AM GMT+0800, Roel wrote: TF So Germans have no way of achieving idiot mode? R look at it this way: everyone using a non-american keyboard is R considerd to be 'not an idiot' :-) (probably cause we figured out to R type on a non-american keyboard

Re[2]: The TBUDL

1999-11-24 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Hal, on Thursday, November 25, 1999, 9:42:23 AM GMT+0800, Hal wrote: Don't use the automatic reply address: Fred Huddle [EMAIL PROTECTED] Why not? Use: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Why? PF I think the suggestion was made to someone who had posted a new message PF (started a new thread) by

Re[6]: Idiot Mode

1999-12-06 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi tracer, on Friday, November 26, 1999, 9:39:27 AM GMT+0800, tracer wrote: Thomas I am using a Chinese keyboard . :-) t I thought that meant a special mouse with character pad (g) No, it's a standard 104-key keyboard. You toggle between red, green, blue and black printing on the keys with

Re: TBUDL@thebat.dutaint.com is not a moderator or member of this list.

1999-12-07 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Deryk, on Wednesday, December 08, 1999, 5:53:06 AM GMT+0800, Deryk Lister wrote: DL Wow, I seem to be getting this message a lot, that's at least 3 now. DL Anyone else having this? Everybody. I think it's a new feature. ;-) -- Best regards, Thomas. Message reply created with The Bat!

Re: Upgrade 1.35 -------- 1.36

1999-12-07 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi NDS8nz, on Wednesday, December 08, 1999, 9:57:24 AM GMT+0800, NDS8nz wrote: N Would like to know if I can upgrade my registered version 1.35 to 1.36 without a N problem. N Thanks, N Lars O. Brouwer mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] There is absolutely no problem. Just put

Re[3]: Upgrading, backuping/restoring, account folder structure (was: Re: Upgrade 1.35 -------- 1.36)

1999-12-08 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Stefan, on Thursday, December 09, 1999, 3:49:47 AM GMT+0800, Stefan Tanurkov wrote: ST This is fixed in the today's revision of 1.38. Please feel free to ST download it :-) I have jsut downloaded the third official version of 1.38 - should we mention download date and when when we report

Re[5]: Upgrading, backuping/restoring, account folder structure (was: Re: Upgrade 1.35 -------- 1.36)

1999-12-09 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Douglas, on Thursday, December 09, 1999, 4:04:25 PM GMT+0800, Douglas Hinds wrote: TF I have jsut downloaded the third official version of 1.38... DH Third? I'm downloading now from: DH http://www.ritlabs.com/the_bat/beta.html DH And the site says: Download The Bat! 1.38 Release second

Re: The Bat E-mail Client

1999-12-09 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi John, on Thursday, December 09, 1999, 4:12:20 PM GMT+0800, John W Bollier, Jr. wrote: JWBJ     Two problems: JWBJ  1. . When I click on a " link " in an e-mail, I get an error code JWBJ stating that it is not associated with an applicationHow do I JWBJ associate a link so clicking on

Re: The Bat E-mail Client

1999-12-09 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi John, on Thursday, December 09, 1999, 4:12:20 PM GMT+0800, John W Bollier, Jr. wrote: JWBJ  2..  Filters and Filteringhow do I set one up...from scratch JWBJ I do not know anything about this and I am lost as how to even JWBJ start..Some examples would really help...say mail

Re: two small Problems ...

1999-12-09 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hallo Clemens, On Thursday, December 09, 1999, 10:22:27 PM (GMT+0800), Clemens 'Gullevek' Schwaighofer wrote: CGS Well I have one small problem and one question. [...] CGS I don't want the german help, I want the original english one. AFAIK The Bat looks for the file the-bat.hlp in the

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