[Gambas-user] String array items filling ComboBox gives unexpected Click event with Index value of -1 and invalid Max property
jussi.lahtinen at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 01:05:21 CEST 2020
Well, I have used gmail for 15 years and now solely, because other
providers have not offered comparable features (free to use, huge storage
size, thread view, two step sign in for travelling, filters & labels
[example in practice multiple inboxes], actually working spell checker),
but maybe they do now, I don't know. This is the only issue I have had with
it and only in this mail list. That being said, I would rather use open
source version of gmail.
On Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 12:07 AM Christof Thalhofer <chrisml at deganius.de>
> Am 22.07.20 um 21:48 schrieb Jussi Lahtinen:
> > I just had a thought, maybe if we just renamed the file from
> > "xyzzy.tar.gz" to ...
> > It shouldn't be about .tar.gz as they most of the time arrive normally
> > and I always use it. More likely the content included forbidden file
> > type or something other that triggered the filter falsely.
> No one knows that except the admins at Google. It also seems that no one
> of us has a telephone number or an email address to talk with them and
> call their attention to the problem.
> In view of this, i have to say that this would not be a provider i
> wanted to entrust my mail traffic to. Of course i don't have such a
> provider. Here the mails arrive as they were sent. Of course also mails
> with viruses etc. But I can differentiate myself and much better than
> Basically i would always recommend providers who are specialized in mail
> and who earn money from it, like in germany posteo.de or mailbox.org.
> You pay 12 Euros per year, which is negligible considering the service
> they offer.
> Or one has an own domain at a reliable provider, which is also available
> for little money and has the unbeatable advantage that one can simply
> move the domain to the next one, if the provider screws up.
> Google is not really interested in email, a clear sign is their lack of
> support. Like Microsoft or Facebook they have an interest in attracting
> as many users as possible and then offering the service proprietarily in
> walled gardens. A free protocol only disturbs them and I suspect that
> they don't like the free protocol and want to get rid of it sooner or
> later. Fortunately, e-mail has survived for a long time now, but when
> there is a significantly high percentage of users on Gmail, the trap
> closes. At least that is my fear.
> In the meantime, they will work to incorporate features that are unique
> to them, disrupting the broad usability and compatibility. Then users
> will come and say: "This and that is much better solved here at Gmail"
> and attract all those who do not know or no longer remember what the
> corporations have already destroyed only because they want to become
> bigger, more powerful and richer.
> Alles Gute
> Christof Thalhofer
> Dies ist keine Signatur
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