New poll for coryphaeus
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Coryph�us has an option that allows you to import messages from tapcis.com.
This used to be nearly useless because messages associated with one game tended to be fragmented into many threads, too tediously many to import one by one.
Following changes to the settings in the tapcis.com forum, messages connected with a game are now much better threaded.
Unfortunately, a new version of the forum software has broken Coryph�us's import.
I want to know whether to retain the tapcis.com option in Coryph�us 4. It's quite a bit of work to fix and if nobody will ever use it then I could be spending my time better.
o I would use this option: please retain it.
o I would not use this option even if it were there and worked.
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- Not only do I say "you can" take it out, I'd prefer it. Because it always
takes me a few seconds to try to remember the difference between IMAP
(which I use regularly) and MAPI (an unfortunately similar acronym) which
I would use if it worked with the full version of Outlook, but it doesn't.
On 8/16/11 12:47 PM, email@example.com wrote:
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>Is anybody still using MAPI to send and receive game messages via their
>For those who don't know, MAPI was a Microsoft API that allowed an
>application to read messages from the inbox of the mail client (for
>example Outlook Express) and send messages as if you had typed them in
>and pressed the Send button.
>MAPI support was always iffy in non-Microsoft products, and Microsoft has
>now more or less abandoned it. It is, allegedly, a security risk.
>If nobody is using it I would like to remove it in 4.7.7.
> o I use it: please keep it
> o I don't use it: you can take it out
> o I didn't even know what it was for
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