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alanxx

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For no reason I have suddently started getting a small pop up window when I log on that says......Mail Reg 10061 Connection is forcefully rejected.

I seem to easily get rid of it but what does it all mean ??

I am using Outlook Express and Windows XP


Regards from England


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The error may be something to do with the Tiscali homepage coding - can you try setting www.google.co.uk as the homepage and see if that stops the error when you load it?
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If you have netscape try here, the error message is not the same but it has a fix to turn mailreg off

http://support.netsc...php?article=140
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I tried changing the homepage and that didn't work but I downloaded the patch from Netscape and everything is now back to normal.

Thanks a lot.

It is 1.45pm over here and it must be the middle of the night in the USA......when do you guys slleep !!!!


Regards from England
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Thank you for letting me know
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