Sounds good in general. But I have to "clean" a lot of folders of my 10 users. When all affected mails are being moved to the user's inbox again, I have to sort them subsequently and manually to the original folders back. That's a lot of work.
Background: In Germany we have to store all business related conversation for up to 10 years. To avoid huge incoming folders I create "year" folders for every new year where read mails are automatically being moved to. Once a year I maintain the older folders of the last years for removing big attachments.
I would wish a tool where I could select a folder and set an attachment size which should be searched and removed for all mails inside this folder.
fixes two more issues and now supports encoded remote downloads as described at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa383955(v=vs.85).aspx. The latter will only work on systems having at least IE 7 installed, so every Windows version down to XP is supported after updating IE properly, only Windows 2000 and prior ones are left behind. But fortunately this appears to be a rather rare issue anyway.
MKQUOT - Makes Pegasus Mail format Quotation File (RQUOTES.R)
I compiled 32- and 64-bit versions of MKQUOT 1.11. MKQUOT simplifies the creation of the Pegasus Mail RQUOTES.R file, which is used for variable signatures. It is freeware and copyrighted by Jan Sjöberg.
The archiv file contains the original mkquot archiv (with the original 16-bit version) and recompiled versions for 16- (Pentium II compatible), 32- and 64-bit.
You can download it from <http://www.martinschnabel.de/mkquot.htm>
[quote]I just posted a somewhat related question in another topic regarding support for "MBOX" (RFC 4155-compliant) email message containers (import/export).[/quote]
On closed Pegasus simply save the folderfiles (not the *.msf - the files without extension) into your mailbox with extension MBX. If you open Pegasus again, you should find that folder in the folderlist of Pegasus.
I am using the disable ext and have disabled the options menu to my users but I need them to be able to do the signature option. What would be the best way to allow access to the signature options. I thought that I could put a icon just to the signature (just need the internet one) on the toolbar. I tried out the menu button option but did not get it to work. I want to try out the toolbar.pm file. Does anyone have a sample toolbar file (would like one with the signature option.) that I could download?
This is a line adding a button for opening the general settings, but I can't get it to work for any signature options:
My goal would be to have icon for creating internet signature then have icon that would preview the internet signature. Is this possible thru the toolbar? I can't seem to understand the setup lines for the toolbar. Also how does the menu button option work along with the toolbar button? As you can see I am confused as to which option I really need to use. Or is their a way to only disable certain options under the options menu?
I doubt you can do this without creating a full blown extension.