Platform: Win98SE/Moz 1.2.1 This is borderline user error, but it shouldn't happen. Actions: 1) Accidentally launched Moz 1.0 2) Clicked the "No" on the default browser popup 3) Closed Moz 1.0 4) Opened Moz 1.2.1 5) Clicked CTRL 2 to open mail window result: Error message displayed (attached as image) expected result: Messages would download and display as normal addendum: Deleted all previous instances of Moz, and reinstalled 1.2.1 Error still occurs. Folders show message titles, but clicking on a message does not display it. I *really* don't want to lose all my mail, so deleting user profiles is my absolute last option
Created attachment 111549 [details] Mail message error Note that I have verified that the directory is writable, and I've got more than 18G free disk space. Moz is installed on the C: drive, same as the profiles.
Build ID: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20021130
So... I did a little more investigation. At the time this problem occured, I had 7 messages total in my inbox. None had attachments, just simple text stuff. That being said, the file itself was (is, I have it saved) 40,192Kb in size. Odds are the total text in the actual 7 email messages was maybe 60Kb. I regularly compact my folders, just for fun. :) I tried to open it in textpad, but textpad crashed. So.... I renamed it to Inbox.bak, and created a new file named Inbox and mail seems to be working again. So... again. Something is wrong. I'll save the backed up Inbox if someone would like to analyze it. Laurel?
Closing as resolved, not reproduced. -jim
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Resolution: FIXED → WORKSFORME
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