Mark Hansen wrote:
On 01/19/09 15:14, NO wrote:
Mark Hansen wrote:
On 01/19/09 09:30, NO wrote:
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Samuel S wrote:
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
NO wrote:
Hello all.. I have encountered this before and fixed it, yet cannot remember how to now.


There are a few messages which I receive that are totally in code, then others are blank and unreadable.

These messages are from people or organizations which I have received before and can read on other computers.

I Am using SM 1.1.14 and Vista business.

Thank you again.
try View, Message Body As, Original HTML.  Did that work?

P3H,

Thank you for the response. I have just tried that, although it was already checked.

It still remains the same, not being able to read the message or a blank message.

Thank you, I do appreciate all you do around the groups here to help.

SameulS
then try File, Compact Folders.  Did that help?

If not, then close SM, and delete all the *.msf files. Did that help?

P3H,

Thank you again for the suggestions. I have completed compacting the folders and deleted the *.msf files and still cannot read the messages. I also, have looked at the edit > preferences to determine if there is something there which might affect the ability to read these messages and could not find one.

Any ideas there?

Thank you again,

Samuel
I wonder if you are now pointing to a different profile. If you have
SeaMonkey open, go to Tools -> Switch Profile and see if more than
one is listed. If there are, try switching to the other profile(s) and
see if your messages are there.

Best Regards,
Mark,

Thank you for the input. There is only one profile there. Maybe I need to consider adding a profile?

Thank you - Samuel

Well, the "profile" is where all the application settings, e-mail, etc.
are stored, and there is always one there.

If you add a new profile, you can see if a bad setting in your existing
profile is causing problems, but I wouldn't expect your e-mail to show up
there, as the e-mail will (should?) be in the original profile.

I think the next step is to look in your profile directory and see if the
e-mail files are there.

By the way, do you use POP e-mail? Do you leave your messages on the server?
The way most people use e-mail, they use POP and download the messages to
their local machine. In this case, each mail "folder" will be a separate
file under your profile directory.

Are the "mail folder" files there?


Mark,

I do use POP e-mail for most of the accounts, in fact it is the only format with the account which I Am having challenges, permits.

Also, do you think if a total re installation of SM 1.1.14 would be the ticket to correct this?

Thank you all again.

SamuelS
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