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RE: win CE 2.0 bugs

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11/9/1998 12:00:00 AM

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Leo,

In regard to Problem B, I've seen that happen on my machine as well. In my
case I use multiple services to connect up to my ISP based on whether I'm
traveling or at home. Inbox will only delete messages from the DELETED
folder when you are connected to the service that was used to download
them. To check which service was used click on the To/From pull down on
the message. Then just connect to that particular service so that they may
be deleted.

Jeff

-----Original Message-----
From: Leo Esch [SMTP:leo@jsp.cc]
Sent: Sunday, November 08, 1998 10:36 AM
To: Windows CE Talk List
Subject: [windowsce-talk] win CE 2.0 bugs

I found 2 significant bugs to the POCKET OUTLOOK INBOX program .
a) If you are sending many messages and one address is incorrect, the
program stops sending all messages whether or not they are to valid
addresses. The worst part of this is that there is no way to find out
which address is invalid. Any hints????

b) There are 2 messages in my DELETED folder. It is impossible to delete
these. The error message I receive is
" One or more items could not be deleted. They may be service items that
can be permanently deleted only when you are connected to the service"
These are not service items, rather plain old messages, and I am
connected to my service. I tried moving them to the INBOX, OUTBOX or
SENT BOX and nothing helps. Any ideas?

Thanks
Leo Esch
Los Angeles
leo@jsp.cc



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