Nerijus Baliunas | 2 Jan 19:54 2003
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wizard resets default identity

Hello,

If I choose Debug->Run install wizard and cancel it, it removes Personal
name and Email address in prefs.

Regards,
Nerijus

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Vadim Zeitlin | 3 Jan 19:38 2003
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filtering "new" messages

 Hi (Xavier),

 I remember that some (unfortunately already quite long) time ago you
changed the behaviour of the filters so that now they're applied to all new
messages in the folder, whether they're read or unread. Unfortunately this
has made it impossible to move an incorrectly filtered message to a folder
from which it has been filtered, i.e. when my spam filters catch something
by accident I can't move it back to INBOX because the message is
immediately refiltered again.

 Do you still remember which (POP) problem did your fix solve? I'd like to
find a solution which would work for both POP and IMAP as currently the
latter is broken.

 Thanks!
VZ

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Xavier Nodet | 6 Jan 09:54 2003
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Re: filtering "new" messages

On Fri, 3 Jan 2003 19:38:33 +0100 (Romance Standard Time) Vadim Zeitlin
<zeitlin <at> dptmaths.ens-cachan.fr> wrote:

Hi Vadim,

I wish you and all the other members of this list a happy new year.

>  Do you still remember which (POP) problem did your fix solve? I'd like to
> find a solution which would work for both POP and IMAP as currently the
> latter is broken.

I guess that the answer is in this thread:

  http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_id=1210256&forum_id=5246

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Xavier Nodet | 6 Jan 12:04 2003
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Problem in the text-only viewer

Hi,

I have a problem with the text only viewer. This problem appeared
somewhere between 2002/12/17 and now (waouh! I never recompiled M in
3 weeks!).

When I (single-)click on a message in the message list, and the text
viewer is used, and the message is longer than what the preview window
can display, the message is entirely scrolled before being displayed:
I can only see the end of the message, or nothing at all, and I have to
scroll up to go to the beginning of the message.

I did not update my wxWindows repository (yet), so it must be something
on our side...

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Michele Ravani | 6 Jan 21:05 2003
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Latest wxWindows with latest M ok?

HI

a quick question, does the latest wxWindows CVS work ok with the latest M
CVS?
Just want to be sure :o)

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Vadim Zeitlin | 7 Jan 00:14 2003
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Re: Latest wxWindows with latest M ok?

On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 21:05:51 +0100 (CET) Michele Ravani <Michele.Ravani <at> swissonline.ch> wrote:

MR> a quick question, does the latest wxWindows CVS work ok with the latest M
MR> CVS?

 There are a couple of (known (and many more unknown)) bugs but it does
work -- this is what I use, anyhow.

 Regards,
VZ

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Vadim Zeitlin | 7 Jan 00:17 2003
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Re: Problem in the text-only viewer

On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 12:04:22 +0100 Xavier Nodet <xavier.nodet <at> free.fr> wrote:

XN> When I (single-)click on a message in the message list, and the text
XN> viewer is used, and the message is longer than what the preview window
XN> can display, the message is entirely scrolled before being displayed:
XN> I can only see the end of the message, or nothing at all, and I have to
XN> scroll up to go to the beginning of the message.

 Hmm, would this be related to the problem of the text viewer not showing
the vertical scrollbar as reported on m-user? It would indeed be
interesting to know what happens when you update to wxMSW 2.4.0 as I don't
see that bug -- but I do see the other one.

 Thanks,
VZ

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Xavier Nodet | 7 Jan 14:14 2003
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Re: Problem in the text-only viewer

On Tue, 7 Jan 2003 00:17:54 +0100 (Romance Standard Time) Vadim Zeitlin
<zeitlin <at> dptmaths.ens-cachan.fr> wrote:

> It would indeed be interesting to know what happens when you update to
> wxMSW 2.4.0 as I don't see that bug -- but I do see the other one.

I updated to very latest CVS of wxWindows, and there are no real bugs
anymore: I have the scrollbar, and the viewer is correctly at the top of
the message to start with.

But now I have an annoying flicker. It happens when line 1448 of
MessageView.cpp is executed (a new header has been appended, and we must
'end' it). At this point, the window has been both cleared and frozen. 

  m_viewer->EndHeader();

It also happens on other occasions (I guess when a header line is longer
than the width of the window, and must be wrapped).

BTW, when a text viewer is cleared (before being frozen), the text does
not disappear from the screen, even if Freeze was not called yet: only
the scroll bar disappears. Maybe this is related to my problem.

When this particular line is called, the display is actually changed
(although Freeze was called): the second line of the display (which
still has the previous message) is duplicated. This scrolls the rest of
the text.

When the window is Thawed, everything returns to normal. But this
scrolling produces noticeable flicker.
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Izz McLeod | 7 Jan 18:51 2003
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I'm having some trouble understanding what I'm supposed to do to
install Mahogany. Could you explain for sombody who has not done any
programming?
I'm trying to install it because it seems like a fantastic program and
I have a strong dislike of Outlook Express (I run Windows 2000), but I
have no idea which files I'm supposed to download from the list
presented at SourceForge.
Maybe a page on the website explaining the basics would be useful?

Thanks,

Isobel

e: i.c.mcleod <at> dur.ac.uk

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Pierre-Yves Delens | 3 Jan 12:16 2003
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Sharing folders and ontacts ?

Bonjour,

Mahogany seems pretty interesting.

One preliminary question however :
In a LAN context (Win 2000 for example), is it possible to share  folders
and ontacts on a server ? (NOT synchronise, but share)

Thanks on forward

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