lomaspc | 3 Oct 04:00 2009
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I need solution for Becky in wine Linux configuration google SSL /TLS

I intall Becky in Linux with Wine and Crossover

and no function the configuration for email google
of SSL / TLS

I need one solution for the utilization of Becky in Linux
Thanks

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imacat | 3 Oct 12:44 2009
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Re: I need solution for Becky in wine Linux configuration google SSL /TLS

    Hi.  This is imacat from Taiwan.

On Sat, 03 Oct 2009 02:00:59 -0000
"lomaspc" <lomaspc@...> wrote:
> and no function the configuration for email google
> of SSL / TLS

    Have you tried Stunnel?

http://www.stunnel.org/

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Attachment file names always in ISO ecoding

if mime-encoding name of attachment, regardless of their encoding is specified as ISO
current encoding is KOI8-R, when i'm send a mail, becky do is not modify encoding in mime header

Sorry for my English
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Hans L | 6 Oct 02:10 2009

Re: Sorting

Sorry I am incredibly late with this response.

Thank you, Michael, for your reply.

On Wed, 09 Sep 2009 12:08:30 -0400
Michael Levy <***> wrote:

> On Wed, 09 Sep 2009 10:32:57 -0400 Hans L wrote:
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> >On Wed, 09 Sep 2009 08:22:49 -0400
> >Michael Levy < ****> wrote:
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> I would prefer that you would not quote my email address in the body of
> a message.

You are joking, Michael. Tell me you are joking! I press "Reply", and there is
your e-mail address. If you don't want it there, don't put it there.

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> >> On Tue, 08 Sep 2009 23:48:31 -0400 Hans L wrote:
>  This is preferable no email addy.
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> >> 
> >> >How come you cannot sort on sent messages in other folders than the Sent folder.
> >> >In my folders, sent messages it looks like this in the From column:
> >> >
> >> >--> aaa@...
> >> 
> >> Clicking on the From header bar does not sort those for you?
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gloab1 | 13 Oct 12:50 2009
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Windows 7 compatibility

Is Becky 2.51.7 Windows 7 compatible?

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Jody Holmes | 13 Oct 13:16 2009
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Re: Windows 7 compatibility

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Quoting "gloab1" <gloab1@...>
on Tuesday, October 13, 2009  <at>  06:15 AM

> Is Becky 2.51.7 Windows 7 compatible?

I don't recall anybody saying it _wasn't_.  How about giving it a test
and reporting back to the group?

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Yeff | 13 Oct 16:21 2009
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Re: Windows 7 compatibility


On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 10:50:04 -0000, gloab1 wrote:

> Is Becky 2.51.7 Windows 7 compatible?

I'm running it here on the RC and on my netbook with Enterprise Edition. 
No problems.

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zoomie@...          Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7100

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B. Haineault | 13 Oct 16:34 2009

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

FWIW, I am running Becky2 in Windows 7 Ultimate RC1 and I have no problems 
whatsoever.

Bruno
Carlsbad, California

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On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 10:50:04 -0000, gloab1 wrote:

Is Becky 2.51.7 Windows 7 compatible?

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tosbsas | 13 Oct 18:59 2009
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windows 7 compatibilty

Works perfect here, nearly all the plugins too

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mouyseb | 15 Oct 15:19 2009
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Share all Becky data on local network

Hi all,

I have several computers now at home, and I would like to simply be able to use Becky from any of them just like
if I was using the same computer. I though about IMAP and LDAP, but this is absolutelly insufficient. I
really want to share all the cool features of Becky between simultaneously connected computer, i.e:
 - the mail directories and address book (of course)
 - the filters
 - the memos and agents
 - the email color labels and flags
 - the thread organisation (when you drag-and-drop an Email in another one to change the discussion thread)

After all, if you just give up these features that make Becky different, why not using any other stupid-but-free-Email-software?

Now I'm thinking about directly sharing the Becky-data-directory over my network (shared folder), but
this is quiet risky in case of simultaneously open Becky's (what will happen then?).

So, has anybody experienced that solution, or has anyone another solution?

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