Re: [Evolution] Various Details

On Tue, 2004-05-11 at 08:43 -0400, Wise, Jeremey wrote:
I have continued my quest to work with Evolution to make it fully
functional for my needs. Here are a few issues that I would like to
resolve to assist this process.

1) My calendar pop-ups do not contain any details about what the subject
is about. I know their was a bit of conversation about this earlier but
I did not find any resolution. I am going to migrate to a new laptop in
a few weeks, will going to 1.5 be the fix for this?

2) I have poked around and tried to figure out how to set Evolution to
us US Letter paper as the default but have not made any progress. This
is the only application that defaults to it.
gnome-print issue apparently (or a more corrective view might be that your country should get into the 20th century at last, not a typo :-).  Oddly, my ui correctly choose A4, but then it prints to US letter on the printer anyway.  Something is way f'kd up.
3) In viewing folders and mailboxes is their a way to have all threads
display "collapsed" by default. For the user groups I participate in it
makes parsing the head subject or reviewing historical emails much
4) I know this is a likely off topic but I am still looking for a way to
integrate Mozilla seamlessly into Evolution. I am trying to get it to
open up a new session using the 'default' session and initiate a new
as in opening web pages?  need to setup the gnome url handlers appropriately, i presume.
5) Back when I had to use MS Lookout my signature would aways apply and
would apply right after my typed message (actually my signature was put
in prior to my typing; the curser would always be started above it). I
have gotten some complaints back from people that my header info (aka
contact info) is missing. Personally I think they can get over it but my
manager has told me to see if I can fix it. It is "corporate policy" to
have my signature always attached so If I could force all emails to have
it by default that would save me the effort of having to remember to
apply it.
Umm, works for me (as below).  Exactly as you describe lookout doing it.

Michael Zucchi <notzed ximian com>

Ximian Evolution and Free Software Developer

Novell, Inc.

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