Not able to open mails

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by vasulathas@gmail.com, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Gets 'server busy' message when openning mail. Able to log in. All
    other sites ok. Same problem with yahoo as well. Pl help
     
    , Nov 1, 2007
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  2. Desk Rabbit Guest

    wrote:
    > Gets 'server busy' message when openning mail.

    Just a guess here, but perhaps the server is busy?

    > Able to log in. All
    > other sites ok.

    Cool so it's just that site and not the entire Internet servers that are
    busy.

    >Same problem with yahoo as well.

    Bummer

    >Pl help

    Try re-installing your operating system. By the time you have finished that
    and got your PC back in working order, the server probably won't be busy
    any more.
     
    Desk Rabbit, Nov 1, 2007
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  3. Mike Easter Guest

    wrote:
    > Gets 'server busy' message when openning mail. Able to log in. All
    > other sites ok. Same problem with yahoo as well. Pl help


    Your post here shows a gmail login address accessing google groups by
    IE7 with a connectivity provider sancharnet.in which IE7 has a Mail
    application MUA mailuser agent.

    When you speak of opening mail, you could be talking about either
    browser or mua accessed either gmail or sancharnet mail, or browser
    accessed yahoo mail, 5 different problems.

    Troubleshooting browser accessed webmail is a different problem than
    troubleshooting MUA accessed mail from the gmail or sancharnet
    smtpserver. Some MUA related problems can be solved by accessing the
    webmail and clearing the inbox.


    It would also be better to use a newsagent and newsserver to read and
    post usenet groups such as this one instead of googlegroups.

    http://news.aioe.org/ nntp.aioe.org 119, 80
    http://news.aioe.org/spip.php?rubrique9 How to configure the most
    common newsreaders - Win: Tbird Moz Opera Gravity XNews

    aioe isn't an ideal choice -- but it is a much better choice than GG and
    once you are using a newsreader and a newsserver you can find some other
    choices of newsservers.

    --
    Mike Easter
     
    Mike Easter, Nov 1, 2007
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