Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> So, a couple of things to try. First, close SM, then look at the .rc
> file for that server. Its located in the News section of the profile.
> Open that file, and in it you will find a line like this:
No way .... expired articles are still there.
Peter (Potamus) .... what's your idea ? a problem at the news-server
of my isp ?
sorry, but I don't know why the postings are still there. They should
be removed if you click on that "remove messages".
> mozilla.support.seamonkey: 1-36817,36819-36827
> What you want to do it remove everything between 1- and the last
> number, so you will have this:
> mozilla.support.seamonkey: 1-36827
> restart SM. Did this fix everything?
The content of the .rc file is:
therefore this suggestion is not applicable.
> If not, then try clicking on the remove messages link.
As explained before clicking for an expired message in
scarlet.be.general doesnot work
> If it still didn't work, then close SM,
> and remove the *.msf file for that newsgroup. Restart SM.
> Did that work?
Sorry - noway the "expired messages are still present with the remove
This link doesnot clean the list
> If not, then I have no idea from here on out.
If a developper is interested by this case, i let this situation in this
status for one week.
After that i think that i will be able to remove those sticky messages
by modifying the retention policy of this group.
Thanks Peter for helping me.
I just have an idea about a possible reason of the problem:
This is the only group where i have set tne retention policy to:
"Keep -All Messages" - Therefore it could be a SM problem.
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