Re: New filters/re-filtering not working

2020-05-12 Thread Melissa Reese
Hello again,

I wrote:

> Any ideas as to what's going on here?

Never mind.  I think I've got it sorted.  I just needed to reorder the
priority of the filters, as one of them was to "park" all messages.  Once I
made sure all other filters came before the "park" filter, all is well
again.  :)

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Re:Backup with Errors

2020-05-12 Thread David Elliott
Hi Thomas,

On Sun, 3 May 2020, at 20:24:30 [which was on Sunday at 14:24 where I live] you 
wrote:

>> When I said previously "I don't have a .TBI of a .EBI file". I
>> should have said "I don't have any .TBI of a .EBI file in any directory"

>> [ ... ]

>> Example of a correct directory listing
>> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- 8<
>> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
>> [DELTA-S2]
>> 03/05/2020 12:50:07.06
>> E:\Users\Administrator\The Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox
>> dir
>>  Volume in drive E is Data
>>  Volume Serial Number is FC64-460A

>>  Directory of E:\Users\Administrator\The Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox

> [...]
>> 03/05/2020  12:37 7,232,226 MESSAGES.TBN

> This should be the file. Rather than deleting it, rename it (I would
> rename into message.tbn_old, but that's only my system). This way, you
> can still rename it back if I am wrong.

Thanks I will have a go and see what happens. My method is much the same it 
would go to message.old.0.tbn

> By the way, I don't know what all these .csdsig files are. I don't
> have them, maybe someone else has an idea.

They are something to do with a backup system that I use by Altaro.

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Re:Backup with Errors

2020-05-12 Thread David Elliott
Hail Thomas,

On Sun, 10 May 2020, at 08:55:52 [which was on Sunday at 02:55 where I live] 
you wrote:

[...]

  Directory of E:\Users\Administrator\The Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox

>>> [...]
 03/05/2020  12:37 7,232,226 MESSAGES.TBN

>>> This should be the file. Rather than deleting it, rename it (I would
>>> rename into message.tbn_old, but that's only my system). This way, you
>>> can still rename it back if I am wrong.

>> Different error now.

>> ---
>> Maintenance Centre
>> ---
>> Stream read error "E:\Users\Administrator\The
>> Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox\MESSAGES.TBB" Data error (cyclic redundancy check)
>> ---
>> OK
>> ---

> Before you started the Maintenance Center, did you recreate the index
> file as per my suggestion? 

Yes

> Could you access the messages?

Nope. 

> Now you have an error in the message base. I don't know what the error
> message means.

> Is it the same folder?

Yes it is. 


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Re:Backup with Errors

2020-05-12 Thread David Elliott
Hi Jernej,

On Sun, 10 May 2020, at 22:54:16 [which was on Sunday at 21:54 where I live] 
you wrote:

> On Saturday, May 9, 2020, 20:13:08, David Elliott wrote:

>> Stream read error "E:\Users\Administrator\The
>> Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox\MESSAGES.TBB" Data error (cyclic redundancy check)

> Try copying (not moving) this file to another directory; if you're
> successful, delete the original file, then move the copied file back.

I did copy it, not successful.

> If the copy isn't successful, it's likely that your disk is dying -
> make a backup at OS level, and restore it to a new disk.

That would be interesting, it is on a RAID 6. I do have an OS backup as well as 
a backup from RegEdit of the correct tree.

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