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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Thank You sir, I believe I have it! Even got my bbos account setup! It was my internet connection I had the info your talkin about. It worked at one time, It stopped workin when I switched to the Ethernet! All I needed to do was Delete all accounts and reregister them! It recognizes the connection now!:1244::1244::1244::1244::1244::1244::1244:

    P.s. You get your DO-NATE? I still don't have that process perfect:laugh2:
    Glad you got it working. And yes I got my Do-Nate. Very generous, thank you. :You_Rock_Emoticon:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Natemz View Post
    Glad you got it working. And yes I got my Do-Nate. Very generous, thank you. :You_Rock_Emoticon:
    That 4 hours of my life I'll never get back!!!!!!:aargh4::crazy:

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    Windows Mail, the default email client included with Windows Vista, depends on the integrity of its message database--also called the message store--to function properly. If your computer is shut down unexpectedly while the message store is in use, you may find that Windows Mail exhibits strange behavior or does not run properly because the Windows Mail database is corrupt. Clean up the Windows Mail message store using built-in features or a third-party utility to resolve this issue.



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    Old thread.. no need to bring it back..

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