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Headers Extension

Last post 05-07-2015, 12:44 by Kilmolin. 5 replies.
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  •  02-07-2010, 16:38

    • rogers is not online. Last active: 18-06-2012, 19:41 rogers
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    Headers Extension

    Hello,

     

    am I the only who has problems with GRT's Headers extension? It does not seem to work anymore for me since Pegasus v4.51.


    Roger
  •  04-08-2010, 21:43

    Re: Headers Extension

    rogers:

    Hello,

    am I the only who has problems with GRT's Headers extension? It does not seem to work anymore for me since Pegasus v4.51.

     

    This feature is built in into the progam for a long time AFAIK. When you write a message, in the special pane you can add headers either by using previous ones or create a new one. When it's a reply the original  X- headers are shown there as well.


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  •  06-22-2010, 8:15

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    Re: Headers Extension

    Han v.d. Bogaerde:

    This feature is built in into the progam for a long time AFAIK. When you write a message, in the special pane you can add headers either by using previous ones or create a new one. When it's a reply the original  X- headers are shown there as well.

    It's not the same, because one has to add additional headers for each new message again. The "Headers extension" did this automatically.

     


    Roger
  •  07-11-2010, 18:30

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    Re: Headers Extension

    rogers:

    The "Headers extension" did this automatically.

     

    Do you see that the headers.dll as a Loading Extension in System Messages?

    The extension functions correctly with v4.52


    Note:
     System message reporting level must be 4 (or 5) at:

    Tools > Options | User interface > Reporting/logging | System messages, and logging


     

     


    Regards,
    Guy
  •  08-22-2010, 15:24

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    Re: Headers Extension

    Sorry for the late reply, did not see the answer.

     

    The extension is loaded. The PM-file in my mailbox-dir is like before (the "..." are placeholders):

    [<Default>]
    number=4
    header1=X-Archive: expiry=0
    header2=X-No-Archive: yes
    header3=X-PGP-Key-ID: ...
    header4=X-PGP-Key-URL: <...>



    Roger
  •  05-07-2015, 12:44

    • Kilmolin is not online. Last active: 09-12-2015, 16:45 Kilmolin
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    Re: Headers Extension

    I know this thread is several years old but...

    I was also using headers.dll, headers.fff & headers.pm successfully until recently (inside the last year).

    However I am now running 4.70 and no headers from headers.pm appear in outgoing emails.

    I can see the headers DLL in extensions manager and reporting is set to 4. 

    Does this DLL not work under new versions of Pegasus?

    I am familiar with the customs header facility and also the recently used list, so its easy to include a header without re-typing.

    However its also far to easy to forget to include a custom header - the setting is not sticky. 

     

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