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dickobrien

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I seem to get the same email message repeated 2/3 times often - why and
how do i stop this please?
 
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dickobrien
One possibility if you are using outlook express is that you account is set to leave message on server.
If you are using OE the go to OE tools and account highlight you account and click properties then advanced and see if the box for leave message on server is checked.
Dave
 

TonyKlein

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You may also have a corrupt POP3UIDL.DBX file.Close OE and delete that file. It will be recreated when you re-open OE. One more download to get pop3uidl.dbx up to date (OE uses this file to keep track of what has already been downloaded), and you should be all right.

Gtz. Tony
 
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Thanks Tony
New trick learned today! ............pop3uidl.dbx Eh.
Sure would be nice to have a listing of what all the dll do and are responsible for.
Dave
 

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Originally posted by davey7549

Sure would be nice to have a listing of what all the dll do and are responsible for.
Dave
That would be nice indeed! :D

I often stumble across these things by accident myself, through a Google web or Groups search, but I do make a point of filing them right away.

Greetz,
 
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