Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote on 12/25/08 02:10:
1) Will seamonkey run under XP SP1?
That's a relief! :) At least for the interim.
2) I lost a couple of hundred emails contained in a few dozen folders.
You click on the main folder that is supposed to contain those
subfolders, and Mozilla basically gets lost in a "black hole." In
otherwords, CPU useage goes to 100%, then literally nothing happens, and
you have to shut down the program, then get it restarted to get it
working again. This is repeatable.
close Mozilla/SeaMonkey. Look in the Mail section of of the Moz/SM
Profile. There, you will see two types of files, for example inbox
[without an extension], and inbox.msf. The files without the
extension contains your messages. The *.msf files are indexing files.
With Moz/SM closed, delete all those *.msf files. Restart Moz/SM. Did
this fix everything? After you get the program going, click on File,
Yeah, I've known about those and tried that solution for a number of
problems in the past. Sometimes it helped, and sometimes not.
For this particular problem, it hasn't helped. I have tried that
solution for this problem twice in the past, and I didn't work either
when you delete, you're doing so with the program
For mass deletion of 1700+ .msf files, use of the command line is
why? I use windows search function. When its found
them all, then I select them all and delete them all.
*IMPORTANT*: Sorry folks, but I cannot provide email
help!!!! Emails to me may become public
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