Have waited patiently for release of TB 3.0 so I could install. Long time user of K9 and got use of the flexibility in adjusting the approval limit and in K9's case actually modifying the saved databases of good and spam. K9 is long in the tooth as so pleased to have JunQuilla integrated. I must admit that K9 did me a great job for many years when spam, in my case, was running about 30%. My ISP, Verizon, must be doing a better job today, spam is less than 5%.
Now my minor problems, when I select Options I only see three items, those suppose to be to the right, "Current token count" and "Junk messages trained" are not there.
The Forum software is truncating all messages in the Forum panel and I find no way of modifying the left column or for that matter the right column
This is on a computer running XP Hope with a 19" wide screen and on computer running Window 7 Home 64 bit also with a 19' wide screen display, both set to 1980 x 1020.
July 12, 2008
K9: It might be possible to allow modification of the junk corpus database, but I've never understood the benefit of that. I have a private extension that can display the junk data, but I have not tried to do much with it. Why would you want to modify the database? There are 100,000 tokens there, you aren't exactly going to be able to optimize that manually.
Missing options: that is very strange. There should be plenty of room. Do you have anything installed that might be changing your layout, such as a custom theme?
Forum: thanks for pointing that out. I'm not sure what to do about it though, this is just standard Wordpress plugin I am using for this. I don't see that behaviour on my system.
Sorry, I never really understood all the modifications that K9 offered so I'll leave that up to your expertise.
I run Thunderbird as received (no themes) and have three extensions, Quicktext (which I just installed and use only for a signature), United States English Dictionary (not a good a Word) and Junquilla. The only uniqueness is that the Thunderbird database is on my XP and I map from my Windows 7 computer and share that database - consequently I see the same program on both computers (I do this of course to share the computers with my wife). The dialog with your data simply does not have the width to handle the other text boxes and it displays as a fixed width and length dialog.
Now the big supprise....tonight I noticed that there was no truncation and wondered if I had been using this computer running Windows 7, so checked my older computer running XP-Home - again again both are perfect. Very strange because both systems have had clean installs, the older about 3 months ago, the newer just last week (replacing Vista) - point being that I have not really had time to mess either up<g>. I'll yell if it happens again and be a bit more careful on just which system or both.
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