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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 ...
Hello, we have difficulties with Pegasus Mail, Windows 7 and mailboxes at a Netware server.
If we access with Pegasus Mail 4.52 our home mailboxes by any Novell
Client for Windows 7 (64-bit), then the Pegasus folders becomes inconsistent after shifting or copying an email, i.e. the PMI files will be incorrect. Only a manuell ''Reindex folder'' ...
I urgently beg your help.
My Pegasus Mail Version 4.41 was running imperfect, it was not possible to ''re-indicate'' a folder, ''pipelining'' occurred when sending mails. I therefore uninstalled and reinstalled Pegasus Mail.
Now my 'old' folders and mails are no more visible, the *.PMM und *.PMI files are still ...
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 ...
Thomas R. Stephenson:
This tells me that your main.PMM file is either totally corrupted or being held open in another application that does not allow access. Got to your HOME mail directory and check to see if you have the files main.PMM and main.PMI. If they are available then check the file sizes and report back. FWIW, if ...
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 ...