Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Adrian Godfrey
If you are using POP, you won't even see the spam folder unless you append 
"/spam" to the login username.
If you are using IMAP, you need to remove the spam folder from what it 
accesses. Every three minutes to check for mail is excessive, but if it's IMAP, 
you get the mails as soon as they arrive anyway irrespective of how often you 
check.

Adrian

Thursday, March 24, 2022, 2:47:25 PM, Gunivortus Goos g...@boudicca.de wrote:

> The PC  on which The Bat! runs, connects every three minutes for mail at the 
> server
> for all my accounts. When I switch to that PC the mail is already there.

 



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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Stuart Cuddy
Hello Gunivortus,
Thursday, March 24, 2022, 8:47:25 AM, you wrote:

> Still don't know, why Antispamsniper does not its job here, although I marked
> many dozens of spam mails with identical adresses as spam. I have to move 
> all spam to the junk folder by hand. But that's another chapter. :-)

Have you tried Options/Preferences/Plugins/Anti-Spam/Mark Stored Junk Mail as 
Read

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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Gunivortus Goos
Hello Adrian,

> Try using Mail Dispatcher so that you only get the headers and can decide
>  which ones to actually retrieve. Just append "/spam" to your username to
>  access the junk / spam folder instead of the INBOX.

The PC  on which The Bat! runs, connects every three minutes for mail at the 
server
for all my accounts. When I switch to that PC the mail is already there.

> Otherwise, you need to play with the sorting office filters

Tried that, setting a mail read flag. Now checking if that works.

Still don't know, why Antispamsniper does not its job here, although I marked
many dozens of spam mails with identical adresses as spam. I have to move 
all spam to the junk folder by hand. But that's another chapter. :-)

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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Adrian Godfrey
Try using Mail Dispatcher so that you only get the headers and can decide which 
ones to actually retrieve. Just append "/spam" to your username to access the 
junk / spam folder instead of the INBOX.
Otherwise, you need to play with the sorting office filters

Adrian



 



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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Gunivortus Goos

Hello Maggie,

> It's the first choice under Flags, in the dropdown.

Thanks, found it.

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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Maggie Meister
Hi Gunivortus,

On Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 8:55:27 AM you wrote:

<...>

>> Are you familiar with "Sorting Office/Filters"? You can create a filter for 
>> the
>> Junk folder so that every incoming Junk message is marked as "read" as they 
>> come
>> in.

GG> I'm somewhat familiar with it as incoming mail is sorted to different 
subfolders.
GG> Yet, I did not see the option 'mark as read' in the available options there.

It's the first choice under Flags, in the dropdown.



  

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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Gunivortus Goos
Hello Jack,

GG>> How can I get it that all mails in the Junk folder are by default
GG>> marked as read?

> Are you familiar with "Sorting Office/Filters"? You can create a filter for 
> the
> Junk folder so that every incoming Junk message is marked as "read" as they 
> come
> in.

I'm somewhat familiar with it as incoming mail is sorted to different 
subfolders.
Yet, I did not see the option 'mark as read' in the available options there.

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Re: mark as read

2022-03-24 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Gunivortus,

On Thursday, March 24, 2022 you wrote:

GG> Hello,

GG> How can I get it that all mails in the Junk folder are by default

GG> marked as read?

Are you familiar with "Sorting Office/Filters"? You can create a filter for the
Junk folder so that every incoming Junk message is marked as "read" as they come
in.

I'm sorry I don't have more time right now to explain how to do that but I'm
sure another Battie will jump in and do it for me.


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Re: Mark as read using mouse

2006-05-26 Thread Mark Partous

Hello Paul,

Friday, May 26, 2006, 4:57:54 PM, you wrote:

PJ I just discovered that in Thunderbird I can toggle the read/unread
PJ status of a message by clicking the appropriate column in the message
PJ list.

PJ Is there any comparable technique in TB?

Not that I know of.

Of course you can right-click on the message and mark as read/unread.

Or you could make an icon (as I just did, simply for trying it out) to change
the status.

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Re: Mark as read and notification...

2004-12-22 Thread Raymund Thomas Tump
Hi WilWilWil,

 Is there a way to not generate the automatic email confirmation
 when I mark a mail as read (if this mail has flag for Read Confirm,
 of course) ?

You can disable it entirely for any account and you can use different
settings for any folder. I haven't found a way to disable / enable it
for people or address books.

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Re: Mark as read and notification...

2004-12-22 Thread Andrew
Hello Wilwilwil,

Wednesday, December 22, 2004, 1:13:28 PM, you wrote and sent the following:

 Io,

 Is there a way to not generate the automatic email confirmation
 when I mark a mail as read (if this mail has flag for Read Confirm,
 of course) ?

I think all read confirm requests wait for you to at least open the
mail.  In the account properties  templates  Reading Confirmation
template. Choose the behavior you want.  You can delay the send by
choosing Put in Outbox and Prompt Before Action.

 If yes, is there a way to say I will never confirm, except for
 persons in a group of my addresses book ?

Hmmm Works the same way for folder level properties (the Confirm
template) and can override the account properties, so maybe if these
people/Address book are filtered into a particular folder??? Never
tried it, but that is one thought. 


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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Alexander S. Kunz
Hello Anthony G. Atkielski  everyone else

on 14-Nov-2004 at 02:25:52 (GMT +0100), you wrote:

 I tried blank--same effect. But I'm looking at folders in the Local tree

local tree - sounds like you're using IMAP?

 are they influenced by the account settings? If not, where do I set
 things so that the Local tree is affected?

If you mean the common folders (that don't belong to an account), they
have account settings too, just click on any of them and open the account
properties (shift + ctrl + p) to modify the settings for the common
folders.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Alexander S. Kunz writes:

 local tree - sounds like you're using IMAP?

No.  There's a tree of folders with Local at the top.  It's not IMAP.

 If you mean the common folders (that don't belong to an account) ...

Yes, I suppose that's what they are called.

 ... they have account settings too, just click on any of them and
 open the account properties (shift + ctrl + p) to modify the settings
 for the common folders.

That did the trick--thanks.  Is there any way to get to this dialog box
other than shift+ctrl+p (is there a way to get to it from the context
menu)?

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Allie Martin
On Sunday, November 14, 2004 at 4:56:06 AM [GMT -0500], Anthony G.
Atkielski wrote:

 That did the trick--thanks.  Is there any way to get to this dialog
 box other than shift+ctrl+p (is there a way to get to it from the
 context menu)?

You can get to it only the same ways that you'd get to any account's
properties, i.e., via the shortcut or with the common folder/account in
focus, go to the Account menu and select 'Properties'.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Alexander S. Kunz
Hello Anthony G. Atkielski  everyone else

on 14-Nov-2004 at 10:56:53 (GMT +0100), you wrote:

 local tree - sounds like you're using IMAP?

 No.  There's a tree of folders with Local at the top.  It's not IMAP.

H - you named them yourself local, did you?

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Alexander S. Kunz writes:

 H - you named them yourself local, did you?

I don't know.  What is the top folder on the tree named by default?

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Alexander S. Kunz
Hello Anthony G. Atkielski  everyone else

on 14-Nov-2004 at 12:33:45 (GMT +0100), you wrote:

 H - you named them yourself local, did you?

 I don't know.  What is the top folder on the tree named by default?

I don't know - here, there is no top folder. My common folders are on the
same level as the account's top folders.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Alexander S. Kunz writes:

 I don't know - here, there is no top folder. My common folders are on the
 same level as the account's top folders.

Well, what is the top folder called in the common folder tree?

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Mary Bull
Hello Anthony!

On Sunday, November 14, 2004, 8:51 AM, you wrote:

ASK I don't know - here, there is no top folder. My common folders
ASK are on the same level as the account's top folders.

AGA Well, what is the top folder called in the common folder tree?

Here is the way my folder looks, reading vertically, top down:

The account name, m.bull. Moving right, Inbox, with numerous
subfolders. Below it, Outbox, Sent Mail, and Trash. Below that the
names of my only two Common folders, TBUDL Archive and TBBETA Archive.

I don't have a folder set up with Common folders as subfolders to it.

And there's no default that would have set it up that way. The Bat! is
very complex--I don't know how you got a separate common folder tree.

Perhaps someone else can speak further to this question. Wish I could
be more help.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-14 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Mary Bull writes:

 Here is the way my folder looks, reading vertically, top down:

 The account name, m.bull. Moving right, Inbox, with numerous
 subfolders. Below it, Outbox, Sent Mail, and Trash. Below that the
 names of my only two Common folders, TBUDL Archive and TBBETA Archive.

 I don't have a folder set up with Common folders as subfolders to it.

 And there's no default that would have set it up that way. The Bat! is
 very complex--I don't know how you got a separate common folder tree.

From the top down, I have a very complex tree with a top folder named
Local that apparently contains all the common folders (of which I have
a hundred or so, nested to several levels). Below that are the
individual accounts, but I don't create any folders under those; I route
everything to common folders via filtering rules.

I've had TB for a while and I don't know how I arrived at this
arrangement, but it works for me.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-13 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Peter Meyns writes:

 Yes, it's in Account Properties -- Options.

I already have the time set to zero (see attached screenshot), but
there's still a pause after I open the message.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-13 Thread Julian Beach (Lists)
On Saturday, November 13, 2004, 10:41:40 AM, Anthony G. Atkielski wrote:

 I already have the time set to zero (see attached screenshot), but
 there's still a pause after I open the message.

I thought that zero meant never marked unread, but I could be wrong.
Try blank, as this seems to mark as read immediately.

You cannot send attachments to the list.

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-13 Thread Anthony G. Atkielski
Julian Beach (Lists) writes:

 I thought that zero meant never marked unread, but I could be wrong.
 Try blank, as this seems to mark as read immediately.

I tried blank--same effect.  But I'm looking at folders in the Local
tree; are they influenced by the account settings?  If not, where do I
set things so that the Local tree is affected?

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Re: Mark as read time configurable

2004-11-12 Thread Peter Meyns
Hi Anthony,

on Sat, 13 Nov 2004 06:45:29 +0100GMT, you wrote:

AGA If I open a message and keep it open for a few seconds, the message is
AGA marked as read in its folder.  Is this delay configurable?

Yes, it's in Account Properties -- Options.

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread Peter Meyns
Hi Gerard,

on Wed, 7 Jan 2004 13:31:06 +0100GMT (07.01.04, 13:31 +0100GMT here),
you wrote in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] :

G Does anyone know how to mark the original msg read when you have written a reply or
G have forwarded the msg.

Create a filter for replied or forwarded messages.?

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread MAU
Hello Gerard,

 Does anyone know how to mark the original msg read when you have
 written a reply or have forwarded the msg.

It can be done with Replied filters for messages you reply to, I don't
know if it works for forwarded messages also. However, you have to take
into account that if your reply to messages in different folder, you
will need a Replied filter for each Source folder. In my case I only
need one filter because all my messages pending a reply have been
previously (and automatically) moved to a single Must Reply folder.

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread Gerard

ON Wednesday, January 7, 2004, 2:07:53 PM, you wrote:
DE Is something happening with the charset in the Content-Type.

G I am in the habit of marking msgŽs read manually. Which is usually after
DE ^

DE His came out as a cap z with two dots, I presume it was suposed to be single
DE mark.


Hi David,

This has happend frequently. It has to do with the chaeterset being
used.
This should be better. Isn't it?

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread Gerard

ON Wednesday, January 7, 2004, 2:21:04 PM, you wrote:
M It can be done with Replied filters for messages you reply to, I don't
M know if it works for forwarded messages also. However, you have to take
M into account that if your reply to messages in different folder, you
M will need a Replied filter for each Source folder. In my case I only
M need one filter because all my messages pending a reply have been
M previously (and automatically) moved to a single Must Reply folder.

Hi Miguel,

I thought about that, but it seems like a lot of work.
Could you post your replied filter so I can use that as a starter?

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread MAU
Hello Gerard,

 I thought about that, but it seems like a lot of work.
 Could you post your replied filter so I can use that as a starter?

Please see below. It is my 'generic' Replied filter. I have some
'specialised' ones that also check the originator of the message I'm
replying to to move the message to a folder other than 'Replied'.

BeginFilter
Name: Replied
Active: 1
Source: \\ERM Spain\MUST REPLY
Target: \\ERM Spain\Replied
CopyFolder: none
MainSet: 00
Actions: faMarkRead,faSetColor,faoAdvNoFlagged
AddGroups: 
DelGroups: 
ForwardTemplate: 
ConfirmTemplate: 
ReplyTemplate: 
FwdAddr: 
RedirectAddr: 
NewAddr: 
NewTemplate: 
ExtCmd: 
ExtFile: 
ExtractDir: 
ColourGroup: default
AddAddrItems: afiFrom,
DelAddrItems: afiFrom,
HotKey: 0
IsOfColour: Action
SizeBigger: 0
SizeSmaller: 0
AgeOlder: 0
AgeNewer: 0
InAddrPos: 0
OutAddrPos: 0
InAddrGroups: 
NoAddrGroups: 
KillFile: 
KillMethod: 0
SaveTemplate: 
SndFile: 
SysSound: 0
SoundTime: 0:00-0:00
AllowTime: 0:00-0:00
EndFilter

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Re: Mark msg read after writing reply?

2004-01-07 Thread Gerard

ON Wednesday, January 7, 2004, 4:38:43 PM, you wrote:
M Please see below. It is my 'generic' Replied filter. I have some
M 'specialised' ones that also check the originator of the message I'm
M replying to to move the message to a folder other than 'Replied'.

Thanks, I will give it a try.

I still like my idea better of a macro in a template ;-)

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Re: Mark thread read ...

2003-03-04 Thread Peter Palmreuther
Hi Stuart,

On Tue, 4 Mar 2003 10:02:51 + Stuart Hemming
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  ... or what is a thread?
 
  Imagine I have a set of messages threaded thus:
 
  Root
 |- (1) Single Message
 |- (2) Sub-thread
 |- (3) Sub-thread
 
  Now, if I were reading the root and pressed ctrl-shift-m I rightly see
  all the messages below it marked as read. However, if I am reading,
  say, message (2) and did the same thing, I would /expect/ only message
  (2) and its children to be marked as read when, in fact all of root's
  messages are so marked.
 
  Am I alone in thinking that this isn't right?

Yes and no.
I'd like to have the same behavior as you describe, but I don't think
the current implementation is wrong. The function is called mark thread
as read (don't nail me on the exact words, I'm to lazy starting wine
and searching for the correct words) and the functionality both of us
(and maybe and uncounted number of other people out there) would like to
see is mark _sub_-thread as read ... A significant, three letter,
difference :-/

I guess the best thing is to submit a Wish list item. Simply follow
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Re: Mark thread read ...

2003-03-04 Thread Geoff Lane
On 04 March 2003, 10:02, Stuart Hemming wrote:

 Now, if I were reading the root and pressed ctrl-shift-m I rightly see
 all the messages below it marked as read. However, if I am reading,
 say, message (2) and did the same thing, I would /expect/ only message
 (2) and its children to be marked as read when, in fact all of root's
 messages are so marked.
~~~

IME it depends on whether the message list or the account tree has the
focus. If the account tree has the focus, the object that you're
applying Mark all as read to is the folder and I would expect all
messages in that folder to be so marked. However, if the focus is on
the message list, I expect the current thread to be marked.

FWIW, this is the behaviour on my system.

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Re: mark as read on folder level?

2002-08-13 Thread Roelof Otten

Hallo marco,

On Tue, 13 Aug 2002 16:55:52 +0200GMT (13-8-02, 16:55 +0200GMT, where
I live), you wrote:

m Is it possible to set the option Mark message as read when it's being
m read for xx seconds for separate folders?

No. However, you could create an extra account (same address, same
server settings, but never collect mail) where you filter your list
mail. In this way it's possible to set this option for groups of
folders.

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Re: mark message read in ticker scroll

2002-01-17 Thread Dierk Haasis

Hello Rick!

On Thursday, January 17, 2002 at 2:10:13 AM you wrote:

 Is there a way I could accomplish this or some other way that I
 could quickly close the ticker without reading the messages and yet
 have it still appear the next time a new message comes in?

You could set a time limit for messages to be displayed through the
MT. Be careful not to set it for too short a time - it could get the
MT stuck.

The right-click option for marking a message (or deleting one), good
as it sounds at first, seems not to be feasible. think about it, a
moving target to be right-clicked *and* you have to choose an option
about the message ... At the moment you have chosen it, the message
could have been rolled off.



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Re: mark message read in ticker scroll

2002-01-17 Thread Peter Palmreuther

Hello Rick,

On Thursday, January 17, 2002 at 4:09:53 PM you wrote (at least in part):

RR Sorry, I can't find where to set this time limit for messages to
RR displayed through the mail ticker.

Right click the mail ticker, entry Messages, sub entry Age limits

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Re: mark message read in ticker scroll

2002-01-17 Thread Dierk Haasis

Hello Rick!

On Thursday, January 17, 2002 at 4:09:53 PM you wrote:

 Sorry, I can't find where to set this time limit for messages to
 displayed through the mail ticker. I'm sure it's there somewhere
 but can't find it any options.

Right-click the MT, go to Messages/Age Limits.




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Re: mark message read in ticker scroll

2002-01-17 Thread Dierk Haasis

Hello Rick!

On Thursday, January 17, 2002 at 5:24:18 PM you wrote:

 Thanks, that's almost perfect. I just tested it and the only
 problem is after the age limit the message disappears from the
 ticker but the ticker bar stills remained up top (even though it's
 set to appear 'automatically'). Is that how it's designed to work
 or is there something else I'm missing. (I set the max age limit
 to 10 seconds).

That sounds like a prob I once had and why I warned you not to set too
short a time.

I gather your MT makes his round and then gets stuck with the part
displaying how many new messages there are? If so I think it is a bug
that should be fixed. The MT should go away when all messages have
reached their age limits and it is set to Automatic.




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Re: Mark Thread Read

2001-08-09 Thread Chema Berian

Hello Listers, 

On Thu, 9 Aug 2001,  at 11:47:49 [GMT -0600] (which was 19:47 where I
live)  Darren wrote:

DDW Is there a way to mark a thread as read in the Bat?  I subscribe
DDW to several e-mail lists (similar to this one) and being able to
DDW mark an entire thread as read would save a lot of time.

 select thread, press ctrl+shift+m

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Re: Mark Thread Read

2001-08-09 Thread Peter Palmreuther

Hello Darren,

On Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 7:47:49 PM you wrote:

DDW Is there a way to mark a thread as read in the Bat?  I subscribe to
DDW several e-mail lists (similar to this one) and being able to mark an
DDW entire thread as read would save a lot of time.

Use Ctrl+Shift+M ...
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RE: Mark Thread Read

2001-08-09 Thread Browning, Karl

From: Darren D. Wall [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

 Is there a way to mark a thread as read in the Bat?  I subscribe to
 several e-mail lists (similar to this one) and being able to mark an
 entire thread as read would save a lot of time.

Right click-threads-mark as read or shift+ctrl+m

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