David Depardoux | 1 Mar 15:12 2009
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[sylpheed:32878] Local/different date formats when replying/forwarding a message

Hi,

I use Sylpheed 2.6.0 on a German Win XP system. When replying/forwarding a message, the date format is not
German, but English, e.g.:

Am Tue, 16 Oct 2007 11:13:51 -0700
schrieb "xxx" <xxx <at> xxx.com>:

It should be something like:

Am Di, 16. Okt 2007 11:13:51 -0700
schrieb "xxx" <xxx <at> xxx.com>:

I also wish I could configure a totally different date format, e.g.:

Am 16.10.2007 11:13:51
schrieb "xxx" <xxx <at> xxx.com>:

or

Am 2007-10-26 11:13:51
schrieb "xxx" <xxx <at> xxx.com>:

Regards,
David

Doruk Fisek | 3 Mar 19:58 2009
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[sylpheed:32879] dark gtkrc theme for sylpheed

Hi,

 I spend a lot of time with Sylpheed and the white default gtkrc of
Sylpheed is wearing my eyes down.

 I'd prefer a yellow-over-black theme instead. Any gtkrc suggestions I
can use?

                   Doruk

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Marc Finet | 4 Mar 00:13 2009
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[sylpheed:32880] unicode-1-1-utf-7 question

Hello,

I'm a sylpheed user for a little while and just discovered a mail
that was treated strangely by sylpheed (see attached 29 file), i.e.
not rendering utf7 (i didn't check it was correct utf-7) like '+AOk-'
as i expected 'é'. Well i'm not used to encodings so it might not
appear good, it's just the accented 'e'.

The problem seems to come from unicode-1-1-utf7 encoding format, as
seen in file/mail. It appears "inline" as =?unicode-1-1-utf-7?... or
in charset=unicode-1-1-utf-7. I'm definitely not familiar with mail
RFCs and norms and what i quickly saw in sylpheed's code (2.6.0 on
gentoo) told me that UTF_7 seems to be defined (CS_UTF_7) so i guessed
supported.

Now my questions are:
 - is this mail valid ? (RFC regarding such encoding as google told
me is rfc1642) ? otherwise i will 'complain' about sender (I didn't
check yet sender user-agent) and none of my following question have
sense...
 - is sylpheed compliant with this RFC ?
 - is sylpheed compliant with utf-7 ?
 - what could be done (i could give some help; i'm just a
C-developer but interested in lending a hand, given a few hints on
work to be done, i.e. utf-7 support first, then unicode-1-1-utf7 as
an alias or something like that...) ? 

Many thanks,

Marc.
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Hiroyuki Yamamoto | 4 Mar 03:30 2009
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[sylpheed:32881] Re: unicode-1-1-utf-7 question

Hello,

On Wed, 4 Mar 2009 00:13:36 +0100
Marc Finet <m.dreadlock <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm a sylpheed user for a little while and just discovered a mail
> that was treated strangely by sylpheed (see attached 29 file), i.e.
> not rendering utf7 (i didn't check it was correct utf-7) like '+AOk-'
> as i expected 'é'. Well i'm not used to encodings so it might not
> appear good, it's just the accented 'e'.
> 
> The problem seems to come from unicode-1-1-utf7 encoding format, as
> seen in file/mail. It appears "inline" as =?unicode-1-1-utf-7?... or
> in charset=unicode-1-1-utf-7. I'm definitely not familiar with mail
> RFCs and norms and what i quickly saw in sylpheed's code (2.6.0 on
> gentoo) told me that UTF_7 seems to be defined (CS_UTF_7) so i guessed
> supported.
> 
> Now my questions are:
>  - is this mail valid ? (RFC regarding such encoding as google told
> me is rfc1642) ? otherwise i will 'complain' about sender (I didn't
> check yet sender user-agent) and none of my following question have
> sense...
>  - is sylpheed compliant with this RFC ?
>  - is sylpheed compliant with utf-7 ?
>  - what could be done (i could give some help; i'm just a
> C-developer but interested in lending a hand, given a few hints on
> work to be done, i.e. utf-7 support first, then unicode-1-1-utf7 as
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Bogdan Botas | 6 Mar 08:58 2009
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[sylpheed:32882] Sylpheed Google calendar synchro

Hello

Would it be possible to synchronize the ics files received with Sylpheed
using Google calendar ? I saw that there is a module for Claws but it works
only on linux and it uses the internal linux calendar.

Thanks
Bogdan

Bill Pratt | 6 Mar 18:39 2009

[sylpheed:32883] Folder columns


In the Windows version of Sylpheed 2.6.0 is it possible to suppress the display of only the New and Unread
folder columns? The Totals column is useful and I want to see it but displaying the unread number next to the
folder name makes these  columns superfluous. With Thunderbird there is an option to display any
combination of the three columns.

Thanks,
Bill

Dennis Nezic | 10 Mar 03:39 2009
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[sylpheed:32884] New nntp abbreviated folder names

I use the news.gmane.org nntp server, for example, which mirrors
mailing lists and has folder names like "gmane.mail.sylpheed.general",
which gets abbreviated to g.m.s.general here, which is pretty hard to
understand :|. For example, my folders looks similar to:

x.y.z.user
x.y.q.user
x.m.n.devel
x.m.p.devel
g.m.s.general
etc.

:)

Is there any way to manually rename/override these folder names?

Hiroyuki Yamamoto | 10 Mar 05:10 2009
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[sylpheed:32885] Re: New nntp abbreviated folder names

Hello,

On Mon, 9 Mar 2009 22:39:35 -0400
Dennis Nezic <dennisn <at> dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:

> I use the news.gmane.org nntp server, for example, which mirrors
> mailing lists and has folder names like "gmane.mail.sylpheed.general",
> which gets abbreviated to g.m.s.general here, which is pretty hard to
> understand :|. For example, my folders looks similar to:
> 
> x.y.z.user
> x.y.q.user
> x.m.n.devel
> x.m.p.devel
> g.m.s.general
> etc.
> 
> :)
> 
> Is there any way to manually rename/override these folder names?

Modify the number of 'Common prefs - Display - Abbreviate newsgroups
longer than __ letters' (default is 16).

--

-- 
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp>

Dennis Nezic | 10 Mar 05:47 2009
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[sylpheed:32886] Re: New nntp abbreviated folder names

On Tue, 10 Mar 2009 13:10:51 +0900, Hiroyuki Yamamoto wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> On Mon, 9 Mar 2009 22:39:35 -0400
> Dennis Nezic <dennisn <at> dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:
> 
> > I use the news.gmane.org nntp server, for example, which mirrors
> > mailing lists and has folder names like
> > "gmane.mail.sylpheed.general", which gets abbreviated to
> > g.m.s.general here, which is pretty hard to understand :|. For
> > example, my folders looks similar to:
> > 
> > x.y.z.user
> > x.y.q.user
> > x.m.n.devel
> > x.m.p.devel
> > g.m.s.general
> > etc.
> > 
> > :)
> > 
> > Is there any way to manually rename/override these folder names?
> 
> Modify the number of 'Common prefs - Display - Abbreviate newsgroups
> longer than __ letters' (default is 16).

Awesome!

(The description of that setting is a little hard to understand--what
it really appears to do is more like: "Do not abbreviate the last __
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Bill Pratt | 11 Mar 22:40 2009

[sylpheed:32887] Play sound on new messages


In the Windows version is there a way to have Sylpheed play a wav file as notification of incoming mail? I'm
assuming this would be set by the preference "Execute command when new messages arrive". What would be the
command line to play Windows notify.wav file?

Thanks,
Bill


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