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LordGanon666

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Hello, its me again :whistling: . it seems i have another problem concerning my email sevice :blink: . the problem ha been going on for quite a while now. There is no error message, its just that the pop3 server doesnt respond to my account or where my messages come from. It seems to be stuck on a particular message.

If u cud spare sum of ur time, cud u give me the help i need to fix this problem. Awwww plz!!!
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Don't know if this is the only answer or if this is why...but when I was on dial-up, my sister in law was in the habit of sending about 25 photos at a time. After about an hour, it would disconnect. I called my serer and had them manually delete that message.
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LordGanon666

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oh ok so how do i do that?
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coachwife6

Hope you don't mind me adding to this thread. :whistling:


LordGanon666

Most Internet Service Providers have a webmail feature. Usually to access this, you need to go to your ISP's website and find the link for webmail or check your mail on their site. You will have to enter your username and password for your account to access this. You should then be able to view and delete any large emails that may be bogging down your account. If you have problems doing this, follow coachwife6's advice and give your ISP a call.

HTH
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yes you've dun it again. Thx v much coahwife6 and octagonal, my ISP let me delete the v large email and now i can reveive my other emails. thx so much. see you later!
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Thanks for letting us know that it worked. :whistling:
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