On Thursday 10 December 2009 at 12:53:43 AM, in
<mid:18313630.20091209175...@cox.net>, Tim Hamm wrote:

>> Windows Start menu | Run | Type "%temp%" (without
>> quotes) into the run box and press ENTER or click OK.

>> Search the temp folder that opens for "bat*.tmp"
>> (without quotes) and  delete the found files.

>> If you just want to delete the files without looking
>> at them, you can type "del %temp%\bat*.tmp" (without
>> quotes) into a command window and press ENTER.

> No such folder exists, maybe because I use CCleaner
> often. 

Strange. Try typing "set" (without quotes) in a command window and 
seeing what path is reported for TEMP.

> Have any ideas on why processing is to a snails pace?

Aside from the possibility of lots of bat*.tmp files (I don't know if
CCleaner deletes these) and having ruled out any complications with
anti-spam and anti-virus, what comes to mind is how you are connecting
to the server. Some servers allow you to send/receive through a
regular or a secure connection. If using a secure connection from TB!
to a particular server, are you also using a secure connection from
the other mail clients that connect faster?

An example is that TB! is set up to connect to one of my Yahoo
accounts via a "regular" connection and this often starts sending or
receiving within a 0-3 seconds. Another Yahoo account I have TB! set
up to contact the *same* servers via "secure to dedicated port" and
this usually starts sending in 12-15 seconds or receiving in 17-22
seconds. If not receiving after 22 seconds I get "could not connect to
server" and have to try a few minutes later.

Best regards

Hard work never killed anyone, but why take a risk?

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