Hello David,

On Sun, 3 May 2020 12:52:31 +0100 GMT (03-May-20, 18:52 +0700 GMT),
David Elliott wrote:


>> This is not the directory you want to look in. This is the accoount
>> directory, under that you have subdirectories named the same as the
>> folders in your account. If you have not created any new folders, you
>> will find only the standard folders Inbox, Send, Trash (maybe one or
>> two others, I forgot).

> I have created many folders.

>> So, if you have not created any folders, go to the directory Inbox.
>> Here you will find two files: messages.tbb and messages.tbi. It is the
>> latter that you want to delete while TheBat is closed. Reopen TheBat
>> and the index is recreated when you go to that folder in TheBat (may
>> take a couple of seconds if there are a lot of messages in there).

> When I said previously "I don't have a .TBI of a .EBI file". I
> should have said "I don't have any .TBI of a .EBI file in any directory"

> [ ... ]

> Example of a correct directory listing
> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- 8<
> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
> [DELTA-S2]
> 03/05/2020 12:50:07.06
> E:\Users\Administrator\The Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox
>  Volume in drive E is Data
>  Volume Serial Number is FC64-460A

>  Directory of E:\Users\Administrator\The Bat\Mail\Elliott\Inbox

> 03/05/2020  12:37         7,232,226 MESSAGES.TBN

This should be the file. Rather than deleting it, rename it (I would
rename into message.tbn_old, but that's only my system). This way, you
can still rename it back if I am wrong.

By the way, I don't know what all these .csdsig files are. I don't
have them, maybe someone else has an idea.



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