Re: ...on the Titanic.
- From: Steve Carroll <fretwizzer@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2011 07:56:00 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 14, 2:17 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <jcb3ho$d9...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Nashton <n...@xxxxx>
On 14/12/11 4:32 PM, Alan Baker wrote:
In article<jcb0mu$5a...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Nashton<n...@xxxxx>
On 14/12/11 4:11 PM, Alan Baker wrote:
In article<jcavqs$2g...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Nashton<n...@xxxxx>
On 13/12/11 4:26 AM, Alan Baker wrote:
"Microsoft has rearranged its management team for Windows Phone,
shifting division head Andy Lees to a "time-critical opportunity" to
build momentum for its Windows Phone and Windows 8 operating systems, a
move that some have viewed as a sign of failure.
An internal memo from Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer was first
leaked by AllThingsD, then publicly released on Monday. The document
caused some confusion as it was unclear whether Lees' new role was a
promotion or a demotion."
You mean just like Apple was on the 90s?
"*on* the 90s"? Never mind.
Are you bailing....again?
You mean like you bailed on your claim that Apple Mail can't send
requests for a read receipt and then your later claim that it can't
respond to them?
Remind me now, was that when I the sender asks the recipient to dig in
the raw headers of an email to prove that he sent an email as opposed to
the recipient having received an explicit request to confirm that he
actually received it?
Nope. I was asking *you* to dig in the headers to see that it could be
*done* and that was for showing that Apple Mail could request a read
Or the point you missed that in all other mail applications for the Mac
that support return receipts, it's as simple as clicking a check box as
opposed to manually editing a plist file, adding credence and a pretty
thick veneer to my conclusion that one needs to have an in depth
knowledge of the OS in order to obtain something as simple as a return
Except I told you that there is no need to manually edit a plist file
for my solution, Nicolas.
Where you bailed when I suggested you send me an email with a read
request in it so that I could show Apple Mail returning the receipt, yes.
Or when you bailed when it was pointed out to you, to an adult with at
least the most rudimentary math skills, that 4 operations do not equal 1
click in either elegance or ease of use.
This is quite the fantasy you have going.
What are these mythical "four operations" suppose to have been?
You're some useless, Baker.
I have a simple solution to both requesting and replying to requests for
read receipts that works in Apple Mail.
Don't believe me? It's working right now and I don't hide my real email
address. Send me and email request a read receipt and see what happens.
But we both know what will really happen, don't we Nicolas? You'll bail.
Of course. Nic doesn't want solutions, he wants to prove to the world
(the 'world', in this case, is a few idiotic trolls) how important he
is and that he's 'not like the other Mac advocates'. A few minutes of
reading anything he writes shows it has blowhard written all over it.
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