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... after receiving new mail, it can take fro 20-40 seconds (or more) before the contents are displayed. ...
... which also happens when you open New Mail after receiving mail. The reason is here:
... btw - I've been a Pegasus user since 1995. I even have a horse named Pegasus. ...
I mean the ...
I'm experiencing a problem after upgrading to 4.52.
I've a network installation of Pegasus version 4.02, after I upgraded to 4.52 the closing process takes 3 minutes to complete. I think the issue is related to hierarch.pm, infact after I purged the file erasing ''name_unavailable'' entries and some other errors (the file shrinked from ...
Thanks. I found 4 lines ''Name_Unavailable'' only. I'll wait to the next 'counting folders' event and see if matters improve.
Bad lines, mmm, just how do you define them? I can see a pattern, or in fact patterns. I'll earmark that as a small perl project for a rainy afternoon when I just don't want to do ...
My Pmail is very slow to close nowadays. The open windows
close instantly but the main window may take 30 seconds or more to
close. Opening up, if it somehow gets into the 'count the folders'
mode, takes a several minutes, I can almost count that fast! (How can I avoid that folder counting
I have almost 2000 folders ...
I have determined that the Pegasus Mail horse icon that appears in your system tray (bottom right hand corner with clock on your monitor) creates a huge volume of unnecessary network traffic when set to flap its wings to alert you of new mail. You can use the following instructions to be sure that your system is set to not have the wings ...
I wanted to migrate to M32 for IMAP support, but am finding *very* poor performance via IMAP. I'm running on dedicated a 2.8gHz P4 w/ 2gb ram & SATA HD's , so it's not a hardware limitation by any means.
I've got a large mailbox (~10,000 messages) that takes forever to access. I had to increase the TCPIP timeout from 30 secs ...