Email spell check with signature

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Schnapps, Jan 16, 2008.

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    Schnapps Guest

    Hi, I don't know how to set spell check as a default setting or English UK as
    the language when I use an email signature; I can set my emails to spell
    check when I don't use a signature. Can anyone help please? Thanks.
    Schnapps, Jan 16, 2008
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    Alias Guest

    Might help if you could share with us what email program you're using.

    Alias, Jan 16, 2008
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  3. Assuming that you are asking about Windows Mail, I'm afraid American is all
    that's available. You could add English spellings to your custom dictionary
    as WinMail rejects them.
    Frank Saunders MS-MVP IE,OE/WM, Jan 16, 2008
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    alexB Guest

    Alias is a Mozilla's agent. If you say what program you are using (as if he
    does not know what you are talking about--LOL) the next thing he will
    recommend the malware to you.
    alexB, Jan 16, 2008
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    Dave Guest

    Alex, you're about to get plonked.... if you keep up this crap about
    Dave, Jan 16, 2008
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    MICHAEL Guest

    Some people are just too ignorant to understand
    the depth of their ignorance.

    Competition is a good thing. It's sad there are those
    who do do not understand that concept.

    The best thing to ever happen to Internet Explorer
    was Mozilla and Firefox.

    MICHAEL, Jan 16, 2008
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    Alias Guest

    First lie.
    Second lie.

    Alias, Jan 16, 2008
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    Terry R. Guest

    The date and time was 1/16/2008 7:19 AM, and on a whim, alexB pounded
    out on the keyboard:
    Clearly you do NOT know what you're talking about.

    Terry R.

    ***Reply Note***
    Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.
    Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.
    Terry R., Jan 16, 2008
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    alexB Guest

    I may hate to do it but I must agree with you.

    It does not change the fact that Mozilla is a terrible application, that it
    screws uses up in a monumental way. I installed Firefox and Thunderbird on
    my Win2K about 8 years ago. It completely erased my hotmail accounts. It was
    all Mozilla. I had to manually hack Mozilla's nodes from my registry and it
    took a week because all it did on uninstall was to remove the desktop icon.
    I could not get my hotmail accounts back, I could not get my IE

    Any software that does not want to uninstall itself gracefully is malware.
    It is made by criminals. Mozilla is a reincarnation of Netscape and they
    touted their email browser and there was a big hype. Like Sun Microsystems
    with their ill fated java they threatened to ruin MS. Somebody wise said:
    "MS has a track record of coming to the markets late but ruining its
    competitors anyway." It is a very wise saying. It happened to Netscape also.
    All those guys, and I suspect you are one of them, hate MS.
    (Parenthetically, that fellow made this observation when he learned that MS
    was entering the search engine market thus threatening Google. It was the
    only instance MS failed, very ironically).

    All said and done, my heart goes out for small businesses that try to make
    ends meet, do innovations and a big fish steals their ideas, appropriates
    them and ends up being a winner. But from the standpoint of the end user who
    I am IT IS THE GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD. Had MS not been successful with
    it we would have still used Netscape. The major and incredible achievement
    of MS is that they integrated improvements made by Netscape into a massive,
    absolutely enormous OS. You may not even comprehend the enormity of MS
    support for all sorts if users. A lot of it is visible only to people who do
    development and are nosy enough to dig thru their websites. Kudos to MS.
    Down with Mozilla. If they want to do something new they should start from
    scratch. And it must be totally new, not rehashing of the old.

    All those cheep slogans you throw in to defend your racket like: "people do
    not understand the value of competition, etc." are cheep demagoguery on your
    part, nothing more. I do understand the value of competition. It is reality
    for me on a daily basis.
    alexB, Jan 16, 2008
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    alexB Guest

    Dave is a Mozilla agent too!

    alexB, Jan 16, 2008
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    Alias Guest

    Yadda, yadda, yadda. Eight years ago? Giggle.

    Alias, Jan 16, 2008
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    Dave Guest

    Dave, Jan 16, 2008
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    norm Guest

    Highly unlikely.
    "October 19, 2005 - Firefox surpasses 100 million downloads just before
    its 1st anniversary."
    If you are going to attack something, at least use info based on fact.
    It completely erased my
    norm, Jan 16, 2008
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    MICHAEL Guest

    Well, at least we can agree on something.

    However, "about 8 years ago", come on Alex.
    Even if Firefox was actually around 8 years ago
    (it wasn't), don't you think it would have improved
    by now? It has improved. You really don't make
    too much sense most of the time.

    Netscape 6 was horrible, but since then, Mozilla
    and Firefox have improved tremendously.
    If you haven't tried Firefox lately, then you have
    not a clue as to what you are talking about.

    MICHAEL, Jan 16, 2008
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    DarkSentinel Guest

    I have to agree here. Even though I use WLM, I'd have to say overall
    Thunderbird is a better app. Only reason I use WLM is that I don't have to
    use IE to access my hotmail, and Windows Live Writer interfaces directly
    with it, and that is what I use to write my blogs.
    DarkSentinel, Jan 17, 2008
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