Re: Reply to members, was: [NTO] parts of an inch
- Op zondag 15 mei 2011 10:37 schreef Axel Berger:
> Alex Plantema wrote:Windows Mail was the successor of Outlook Express.
>> Windows Live Mail is an e-mail program,
> Thanks, Alex, didn't know that. Is it the successor to Outlook
> express? I seem to half remember having read something about its
It was a part of Windows Vista, but discontinued with Windows 7.
Windows Live Mail is a separate program, which can be installed
on Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Re: How did you come by that address?
Please see the attached Off Topic .png file for a screen shot of where I
found "absalom_nemini" for your posting.
I can't speak to Windows Live Mail's provenance, but I can tell you that
what it does is create a slightly rearranged mirror of everything in my
I am still baffled by the directions you gave me to locate personal email
addresses in the ntb-Offtopic Yahoo header (see 2nd .png pic). The "to
group", "to sender", and "to group owner" link names do not appear there.
Sorry I'm causing so much confusion. Should I be trying something else?
"Old engineers never die -- they just get confused."
From: Axel Berger
Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2011 2:12 AM
Subject: Re: Reply to members, was: [NTO] parts of an inch
Harold Noffke wrote:
> Delivery to the following recipients failed.I've no idea, frankly. How did you come up with that address? I have
> What am I still doing wrong?
just tried it out. Viewing a message I see the sender's truncated
address to the right of it, which in my case begins with Axel-Berger@...
At the top there is a reply button and you can choose between "to
group", "to sender", and "to group owner". Choosing the second you still
won't see the full address but the message will go out. I just tried
sending one each to you and to me and mine worked.
At first I thought it must be my mistake. I did use the Absalom
pseudonym once and at first did enter one such address into Yahoo, but
it never ever was a yahoo.com address. It doesn't exist and as far as I
can remember (may be faulty) it never did. How did you come by that
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