Re: Question about clips in basic notetab (was: Re: [NTB] RegExp in replacing?)
- Hi Marcel,
At 04:29 PM 2/5/04 +0100, you wrote:
>In fear of going too far oftopic.It does not matter what version of NoteTab you have, freeware or shareware
>I have the basic Notetab. Do I have a benefit if I also make myself a
>member on the Clips list? Or is the clips functionality not entirely
>supported with the free version?
>Marcel de Jong
or none (although it would help you if you have a version to try things
on). The lists (all of them) are free to anyone to join and participate in
subject to the list rules which you receive in the welcome letter from Jody
when you subscribe. Things such as: Do not promote a competitor's product
on the list. Do not use bad language. Do not engage in personal attacks
on other listmembers and so forth and so on. Otherwise feel free to post
questions about NoteTab and clips to the proper lists. You can subscribe
or unsubscribe to any of the lists as often as you wish and you can change
your member settings as often as you wish. You can do these things by
email only or you can go to the website for each list and do the same or
you can do both.
- Hi Sheri and Others,
I don't know what the requirements are for "spammish," but Alice
t... mentioned how to turn it off on the Off Topic list, so I
will do so. It is a group setting, so I'll have to do it for each
one. I'll get to it when I find some time. We have been just
disapproving SPAM in the past so you all never saw it. Actually,
Julie G. has been doing it for us for the past half year or so -
>> I'm certain NoteTab can do what you want, but as Sheri said inHappy Tab'n,
>> her (spammish??) message it might be better to use a clip
>> (which might
>I sure would like to know what made it spammish? Since I read
>messages for this group online, under ordinary circumstances I
>wouldn't even know what you talking about. Fortunately another
>member emailed me. My previous message was ontopic and to the
>point. I hope this false positive doesn't have blacklisting
>consequences. Maybe there there is a group settings that need to
>be tweaked. Jody?
NoteTabbers Assistant Page Clean-Funnies dot com
Your email which did not get treated as spam contains this header:
X-eGroups-Rocket-Track: 1: 100 ; IPCR=n-w0,n100,g0 ; SERVER=22.214.171.124
Sheri's which was marked as spam and converted to an attachment contains
X-eGroups-Rocket-Track: -10 ; SFLAG=OPENRELAY ; IPCR=g-w0,n0,g100
Other pseudo-spams from other yahoo-groups also seem to have this
"SFLAG=OPENRELAY" tag in the X-eGroups-Rocket-Track.
> have emailled the listowner how to turn off this poxy spam detectorCould you publish it here so I can pass it on to other lists/listowners. I'd
> yahoo think actually works!!!
had a look at the links from the page yahoo refernces:
http://groups.yahoo.com/local/spamguard.html and didn't see anything that
indicates it could be turned off per list.
I hadn't thought to check the two lists I "own" for a way to turn it off on
a per list basis since I only have them for personal use.
If you found something could you post it here so it can be passed on?
Regards ... Alec
---- Original Message ----
From: "John C Bullas (TRG: Univ. of Southampton)"
<j.c.bullas@...> To: <email@example.com>;
<firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 08:50
Subject: [gla: Re: [NTB] RegExp in replacing? spamguard
> At 12:58 05/02/2004, Sheri wrote:
>> Yahoo! Groups SpamGuard has detected that the attached message to the
>> group notetab is likely to be spam. For more information
>> about SpamGuard, please visit our help pages:
- On Thursday, Feb 05, 2004
Marcel wrote regarding "Question about clips in basic notetab (was: Re: [NTB] RegExp in replacing?)";
> I have the basic Notetab. Do I have a benefit if I also make myself aMarcel,
> member on the Clips list? Or is the clips functionality not entirely
> supported with the free version?
I believe the Light version supports clips. There is a comparison chart
at <http://www.notetab.com/chart.php> Note that all three versions are
"Programmable" which (I think) refers to the clip functions.
The Light version doesn't support "Clipbars", but that's a different
(though related) function.
Someone please correct me if I'm wrong about this.