[SpamCop-List] Re: SPAMCOP Bug???
MikeE at ster.invalid
Sat Nov 20 13:40:14 EST 2004
> I simply use Outlook Express which connects to the Hotmail server and
> retreves all emails from the server when I click the "receive" button.
Do you have more than one hotmail address ie OE hotmail account?
> I also use MSN Messenger which tells me when I receive and email and
> how many new emails are in the in box.
Where is that function described? [so I don't have to go find it on my
> So yesterday I got a notice from that I receive a new email from
> Kevins_group and clicked the receive button and there is the new
> message in the in box of Outlook express.
Since today is Saturday PST, 'yesterday' goes all the way back to the
earliest hours of Friday, just after midnight Thu your local PST or Fri
08:00 UTC - at which time the kevins would have been 32 hours old. That
is, it had been sitting in the hotmailbox that long at midnight on
Thursday, longer if you got the 'notice' at noon Friday instead of Fri
just after midnight Thu. By noon Friday it would have been 44 hours
old, getting to be close to aged off SC reporting.
> I then reported it within a few minutes and it came back as "too old"
> The message is now about 21 hour old according to when I received it
Do you always access/receive all of your hotmal accouts [if you have
more than one] when you click receive in your OE? You can check that by
looking at each hotmail account with OE/ Tools/ Accounts/ Mail tab -
select each hotmail account and click Properties button - General tab -
near the bottom - is 'include this account when receiving or
kibitzer, not SC admin
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