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  • Self coding option (html) for e.g. multipart messages

    David et al.,One function which I am missing (or which I could not find yet, so please give me a hint if I haven't worked it out yet) is the option to self code the outgoing message such as multipart messages (e.g. especially the html part). I would like to send a plain text message as one part and code the html message myself (or be able to ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Suggestions (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 23, 2007
  • Re: Calendar

    I just want to confirm that PIM functions (mainly calendar and contacts) and possible synchronisations with mobile devices would be the highest on my personal wish list. A great deal of business life organises itself with email being a centre piece of communication strongly linked to addresses and calenders. It becomes increasingly important ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Suggestions (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 21, 2007
  • Re: Points going missing?!?

    Thanks Peter,... as I normally do not use the IE but Firefox I missed out on some of the explanation bubbles and rating indications, sorry. By the way, Firefox displays it with the blue but not the yellow dots.The ''Points'' (below the yellow dots) seem to be the sum of the ''Post Points'' (under the posted message) which however seem to be a more ...
    Posted to Site Feedback (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 21, 2007
  • Re: Virus checker crashes Pegasus Mail

    Thanks Thomas R.&gt; You are missing the point I'm trying to make.No I do not think so ;-) I believe that we pretty much agree.&gt; The basic problem is that the people building anti-virus&gt; software believe it's absolutely correct for them to immediately&gt; delete/move/quarantine/etc the file containing a virus as opposed to&gt; detecting and ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 19, 2007
  • Re: Points going missing?!?

    Peter,I tried to find some hints on the ''points'' system ;-) e.g. the ''blue bar'', the ''yellow dots'', and then the ''post points'' - just to understand the rating system.CheersThomas
    Posted to Site Feedback (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 19, 2007
  • Re: Virus checker crashes Pegasus Mail

    Thomas R, thanks for your reply. FYI. The risc.ua.edu server has been removed from service.There are many ''work arounds'' and I am using one myself. However, I feel that more could be done especially from F-Prot's side as any work around needs (often cumbersome) setting up, may fail or open security holes and finally add to the users ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 19, 2007
  • Re: Virus checker crashes Pegasus Mail

    David et al.,I am using f-prot for quite some years and can confirm that PM does not like to get its email files removed as it happens when an f-prot detects a virus. It does not crash as such but becomes 'unstable' and shows display errors and I need to shut it down. However, after every infected email I just restart PM and everything is fine ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Thomas-M. Stein on November 19, 2007

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