I guess I contributed to this thread more in a spirit of misery loves
company and the hope that there was an off-chance that I might
provide a clue to help you solve the problem, than with any idea that
I knew the answer myself.
Thanks for your company (and input). I've sent an email
But I do suspect the modem-messaging code in the OS.
This is where I think the problem lies, or possibly somewhere in the bowels of The Bat!
After establishing a dial-up connection, The Bat! doesn't get as far as talking with
my ISP. I've watched the network monitor and no
Julian Beach (Lists) wrote:
Have a look at your network settings, as it sounds like TB is trying
to use settings that do not match your current setup.
In particular, you need to check the Options|Network and
Administration settings, Network tab, and make sure that TB is set up
to use the
I have a problem similar to Deborah W Lost email when installed Win2K posted on Fri,
28 Mar 2003 02:20:44 -0800.
I've just installed The Bat! on my W2k (sp3) laptop and am trying to connect to my ISP
to collect send mail.
Although I can dial in and successfully connect to my ISP, I get Could
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