On 02/07/2009 03:53 PM, Daniel wrote:
> NoOp wrote:
>> On 02/06/2009 03:17 PM, NoOp wrote:
>>> On 02/06/2009 03:18 PM, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>> NoOp wrote:
>>>>> Top posting on purpose. I'm now off line and clicked Reply; msg appears
>>>>> just fine and I have the option to Send Later.
>>>>> Now of course if I try to do the same on a msg that I've not already
>>>>> read, I will get a note telling me that the msg has not been downloaded.
>>>> sorry to say, but thats not what happens to me. I
>>>> click on a message, go offline, click reply and I get
>>>> an empty compose window.
>>> Ah, I'm using 2.0.3aPre (nightlies). I'll try the same on 1.1.14 and see
>>> what happens.
>> You're right... it doesn't work on 1.1.14 or 1.1.15pre, so it must be a
>> nice addition to 2.x. I was testing all in linux, do you have 2.0.3aPre
>> installed so you can test with Windows?
> This is good to know!
> I have an earlier version (2.0a1) here somewhere, so I should give it a
> go!! Or do I just wait for 2.0Final??
You could try 2.0a1, but a lot of work has been done since, so if you
are going to run in parallel to 1.1.14, then I'd just do 2.0a3pre instead:
I've lost track of which 2.x is which anymore, so I've just been running
2.0a3pre & so far am pretty happy with it. It still has issues whereby
it won't notify of new messages on the pop3 server, and still gives
multiple password prompts for the master password. But overall I've
pretty much switched and only use 1.1.14 or 1.1.15pre for testing or
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