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    In article
    <noaddress-976EC6.12403127072003central.isp.giganews.com>,
    Primo <noaddressnodomain.none> wrote:
    > 2) everytime I send a message, Mail reports that it's adding the
    > (presumably recipient's) address to the Address Book.
    Where do you activate this? I have to manually add the addresses to
    my address book (from my address history list), and I would prefer
    to do it the way you do.

    $.02 -Ron Shepard
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    In article <bg2vu2$u82$std.com>, com wrote:
     

    It is for me. I kept a tally starting on the first of July, and got
    these results for 27 days:

    1810 spam messages, including 83 false negatives and 1 false positive.

    On an average day: 67 spams, including 3 that escaped Mail's automatic
    filter and none that got mistakenly tagged as spam.

    Overall: 95.6% automatic success rate.

    The one false positive was an unusual case, too: a big file attachment
    with an all-caps subject line from someone who hasn't sent me mail
    before. (It was an OS X theme. I did ask for it.) Mail correctly
    recognizes things that have some spam-like structure but come from
    people I already correspond with and leaves them untagged.

    In practice, by the way, it wasn't a few messages a day, but a clot
    every few days as some spam source without characteristics in Mail's
    Bayesian filters kicked in. I'd tag a bunch, and then I'd not need to
    keep doing so as they got incorporated into the mix.

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    Bruce Baugh <com> wrote: 
     [/ref]
     
     

    I get 300-500 emails a day. Most are spam. With Spamassassin,
    ZERO false positives. A few false negatives now and then.

    But if you are happy with Mail's performance, great. I wasn't.

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    markypants <com> wrote: 

    Ayup. I really WANT to like Safari but it's hard to do..


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    com writes:
     
    >
    > Ayup. I really WANT to like Safari but it's hard to do..[/ref]

    Um, Tony? Safari != Mail.app

    That said, yeh, Safari still has some issues and I find that
    Camino (nee Chimera) seems to behave a bit better on those
    sites where Safari fails.

    Anyway, perhaps Markypants could be a bit more specific
    about the HTML failure in Mail.app? Is the mail actually
    properly composed MIME with HTML? or is it just a plaintext
    message that has a link in it? Even so, Mail.app should,
    assuming that it can detect the URLs, turn those URLs live.
    Usually works just fine except if the URL is badly formatted
    or broken up across multiple lines or whatnot.

    Do you have your default browser set properly in Internet
    preference pane so that Mail.app knows which browser to
    try to throw the URL at? Which browser have you set it to?

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    Are you posting responses that are easy for others to follow?
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    > Ayup. I really WANT to like Safari but it's hard to do..
    >
    >[/ref]

    Safari has nothing to do with Mail (yet). In Panther Mail will start
    using the Safari-engine for HTML-rendering and I expect that it will
    solve most problems with HTML-mail.

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    net wrote: 
     
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    >> Ayup. I really WANT to like Safari but it's hard to do..[/ref][/ref]
     

    Maybe in YOUR parallel Universe.. :-)

    Actually, I do really want to like Safari AND Mail.app, but neither of 'em
    are very good.

     
     

    I've never dissected it, but the argument that it is malformed really
    doesn't cut it. Tons of HTML is malformed but other browsers/mail apps
    manage to deal with it.
     

    I regularly get HTML newsletters that will not work. Different
    origins, so I think it's Mail. But I'll look at the raw text next time
    to see what can be seen.

     

    Works with links in text emails so that shouldn't be the issue.
     

    Yeah. Unfortunately HTML usage is growing.

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    thanks for information
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