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Problem sending links in Opera

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by spikefan, Apr 5, 2004.

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  1. spikefan

    spikefan Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    I have used opera for at least 18 months and have never had a problem. This last week when I try and send a link via e-mail I get a new account wizard popping up. I have tried setting the account as a pop account like Outlook Express but I get error messages about servers not responding - I know they are because I am using the servers at the time. If I click on an e-mail link in Outlook to mail someone in the body of an e-mail I get the account wizard also.
    I have no problem sending links with Mozilla or Explorer. As I say this is a new problem. I have checked the settings which say use the default e-mail on the computer. I have tried importing settings, I have uninstalled and reinstalled opera - all is drawing a blank.
    I would appreciate help but I just dont know where to turn. I do know it isnt my computer as I have a friend who uses opera and the same thing has happened to her. I dont remember changing settings or updating opera and I know for a fact my friend wouldnt as I usually do that for her and I havent been near her computer since Christmas.
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  2. stillearning

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    Your best bet would be to post at the opera forums.
     
  3. spikefan

    spikefan Thread Starter

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    Thanks I have, but they dont seem to have replied as yet - doing battle with a virus at the moment so this is the last of my problems. Thanks anyway.
     
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