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Is there an easy way of obtaining a complete list of the folder names (as created in the Folders window of Pegasus) with the Folder Information names (PMM and PMI) in the C:/PMAIL/MAIL directory, so I can easily identify a specific folder in the C:/PMAIL/MAIL listing, please?
I know I can right click on each Folder name to obtain the Folder ...
While I'm still kicking myself, maybe someone can help me...
I received a error message saying that a Serious Error has Occured while compressing the Junk or suspicious mail folder.
Well, not having a undelete program, I unwisely restarted PMail. (V4.4) Will it seemed to recreate the Junk or suspicious mail folder ...
So there we have it - the question resolved, and an understanding of how to prevent the problem from re-ocurring.
But I have to comment (I can't stop myself) - how can it be that the AV producers (who fully understand the risks of deleting files) send out their 'point & click' software, with defaults set to delete?
It's not as if we are now ...
Here's what Hans has to say:
''These file pairs reference actual mail folders, where messages are stored in a more compressed form. The former indexes the position of the message in the latter file. The *.PMM file is a normal ASCII file containing all messages, separated by a CTRL-Z. Although this are ASCII files, any editing can mess up ...
About 3 days ago, I was checking my email normally and moving messages to and from folders within Preview Mode.
All was normal until suddenly, I noticed that a particular folder disappeared (it was there only moments earlier). Note that before this particular folder disappeared, I have been moving email messages to and from it.
At first I ...