Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Win XP Pro SP3 SM 1.1.14
Today I got a send error stating that my message could not be copied
to the sent box. When looking at local settings\temp I observed
iterations of NSCopy.tmp and NSCopy1.tmp. Both with 0 bits/bytes.
check your settings: edit, mail & newsgroups account settings, select
the account, and under Copies & Folders, make sure that everything is
pointing to the correct folder. And look very closely because what
looks correct, really isn't.
In each of my 10 mail accounts/copies and folders/ all I
have is the name of the mail boxes (sent, drafts,
templates), under the account name. Example: under the
account Heavy Duty, in the window for sent, it reports Heavy
Duty. These are all correct. I can find no suggestion for a
path path that goes to documents and settings\
(username)\local settings\temp. That is the directory where
these NS*.* show up.
Just now as I was attempting to send out an e-mail, it
failed with this message: "unable to save message as draft."
(I think because the message on the screen had hit the
time-out before holding as a draft) "Unable to open the
temporary file Documents and
Settings\(username)\temp\nsmail.pdf. Check your temporary
When I looked in the temp file, there was a nsmail.eml file
and an nscopy.tmp file both timed to the present/current
date/time. Each file was a little less than 2KB.
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