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  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    Well I was unable to make it crash after that.&nbsp; I tried moving emails between local and remote, (and in doing so I stumbled across the Outlook Express duplicate message issue, badly), I tried sending and receiving and moving files on the same account at the same time, hitting it with multiple users on a shared account, and everything else I ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 3, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    It's not AVG. It might be operations done with IMAP that are causing MercuryC to crash. The crashes today seemed to coincide with IMAP usage. And just now I thought I'd give it a workout by using a Tbird client on IMAP to pull a bunch of messages off the server and stash them in a local directory. MercuryC appeared to lock up while checking ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 3, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    OK, thanks, I understand. I've been having frequent crashes today, and not caused by an error returned by the ISP's server. I can't find anything in the logs, I have all logging turned on.&nbsp; Dr. Watson is unhelpful except to mention MercuryD unless you feel like calculating memory offsets. I've turned off AVG to see if that affects the ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 2, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    Wow, Thomas, thank you for all that great information.&nbsp; I have a few comments and a crucial question, inline.&nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas R. Stephenson:&gt; Thank you for your reply, Thomas.&gt; &gt; We have a DSL account with ATT, and our website is hosted off-site.&nbsp; We&gt; have a number of email accounts off-site, like ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 2, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    Thank you for your reply, Thomas. We have a DSL account with ATT, and our website is hosted off-site.&nbsp; We have a number of email accounts off-site, like engineering@mydomain.com, etc., plus others, where the users need to get and respond to those emails.&nbsp; To do that with ATT's smtp server, you have to authenticate as their user, and ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 2, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    Now I've got another problem.&nbsp; In normal mode, it appears to me that if Joe sends a message to the list, it gets forwarded using Joe's email address in the From: field.&nbsp; My brain-dead ISP insists upon having each From: address going out using their server to be qualified separately. That is, if I want to send using their server, and ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 2, 2008
  • Re: Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    Okay, I figured it out (partway). The trick is, as follows: Assume your mailing list will be at mymailinglist@myisp.com, a pop3 mailbox on a remote server. You need mymailinglist@myisp.com in the input box, with the 'full address' box checked. Then you need a USER named mymailinglist. Now, all I've got to do is figure out how to let people ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 1, 2008
  • Mailing List Installation For Dummies

    I set one up a long time ago, but now I've forgotten the basics.&nbsp; On trying to set one up, the following questions come up: The incoming mail will be gotten off a mailbox at my ISP using pop3; for example mymailinglist@myisp.com In the Edit List Name And Membership File dialog box, for List Address, it doesn't want the email address.&nbsp; ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on April 1, 2008
  • Copy Mercury to new server

    I apologize, I know this question has been asked before, because I've seen it.&nbsp; But all my searches have turned up nothing. What is the simplest way to move an entire Mercury installation from an old computer to a new one, with the same operating system? The reason I ask is because I am not sure whether or not there are registry settings, ...
    Posted to Mercury FAQ (Forum) by NinerSevenTango on August 3, 2007

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