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  • On 3 Jun 2007 at 20:01, Axel Berger wrote: > Robert Romberger wrote: > > One of the things it does well is to set up and send out > > distribution lists (mailing lists just like you describe). > > Check it out, it may well do what you want. > > I'm, pretty convinced it won't. Every decent mailer can do that, but > whatever program you use, your own ISP, i.e. the one whose SMTP you...
    Robert Romberger Jun 4, 2007
  • On 1 Jun 2007 at 14:33, Ray Shapp wrote: > How to send mail to a list of addresses? Hello Ray, I've been reading the replies and your responses to this problem. One of the things I think is going to continue to cause you problems is your outgoing mail ISP. Unless you have an ISP that will allow you to send to multiple recipients at the same time, you may find that you can't send...
    Robert Romberger Jun 3, 2007
  • On 22 Mar 2006 at 1:51, dave wrote: > second thing has anyone done anything with the mht format I think it is a > firefox and IE7 format ??? This is strictly an MS thing, not Firefox. Here are some details: Extension: MHT Program and/or Extension Function: MHTML Document Company: Microsoft Corporation Specific Notes: Archived Web Page. When you save a Web page as Web archive, the...
    Robert Romberger Mar 24, 2006
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  • On 1 Jul 2005 at 20:26, Alec Burgess wrote: > Jim: > I haven't used Terminal Services Client but it *might* help to install > freeware-KatMouse http://eduard.hiti.bei.t-online.de/index.html on the > remote computer. The url given above does not work. A quick Google found this new site for the author: http://kickme.to/katmouse -- Robert -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK----- Version: 3.1...
    Robert Romberger Jul 1, 2005
  • On 2 Sep 2004 at 3:26, Christine wrote: > Any opinions on SP2? I've seen the (growing) list of apps that SP2 causes > to freeze and it ain't looking good. My auto installer is nagging me to just > cliiiiiiick the button. Come on. Just installlll and everything'll be > alllll right. > Any feedback on your part yet? A little late on my part, but here you go. Make sure you have a...
    Robert Romberger Sep 6, 2004
  • On 21 Aug 2004 at 7:19, Ralph Johnson wrote: > It may be sacrilegious to ask this question in a notetab list but in > what instances does notetab lend itself to a better method of creating and > managing web pages than say netscape composer (I use) or frontpage? I > bought and paid for notetab and want to learn how to use it.. It seems to > have a huge amount of features but how is...
    Robert Romberger Aug 21, 2004
  • On 12 Aug 2004 at 19:12, Jody wrote: > >Probably, but I've never used Netcaptor much. Is "alias function" > >a way to associate some text string with a URL so you just type > >it in the Address bar and the browser figures out which you want? > > Yes, that's what it is. You assign like "g" to http://google.com > and type g into the Addressbar and your there. Netscape has had the...
    Robert Romberger Aug 14, 2004
  • On 11 May 2004 at 9:59, Ed Brown wrote: > I tried to update my computer using XP this AM. In fact I tried at least 3 > times but each time I got the message: Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Windows > XP (KB826939) Failed > > Do any of you XP experts have any idea why this would occur? I have seen this behavior at school with fully licensed XP Pro installs. Sometimes the network...
    Robert Romberger May 11, 2004
  • On 28 Apr 2004 at 22:06, Jeff Scism wrote: > IT is but somehow it isn't registering, what I have found is that MSIE has > been subjugated by a copy of MSIE verson five, ( unknown location on > Computer) that comes up and resets itself to porn sites as a homepage. Take a look at Spybot Search and Destroy and/or Ad-aware. This sounds like a little batch file or the like lurking...
    Robert Romberger Apr 29, 2004
  • On 19 Apr 2004 at 10:30, Julie wrote: > Thank you Roger! Spybot managed to get rid of stuff and more after a reboot > , then I could run Adaware all the way through, and it found still other > things. I think one of the kids clicked on something they shouldn't have! > > > >Try Spybot Search & Destroy. Despite the silly name, it's good (and free). > >You can get it here - > >http...
    Robert Romberger Apr 19, 2004