Check the configuration options for icon behavior located in Tools | Options | User interface | Reporting/logging.
Also, I believe you can drag icons from hidden icons area of the system tray into the space between the caret and the date/time and they will stick. I use this for two of my running instances with the third minimizing to the taskbar.
Queued messages are represented as a pair of files while they still editable. The content (body) part is a PNX file and it MUST have a counter part, either a PMX (headers, etc) or a PMO (ditto, but for saved, auto-saved or stationary). A queued message should appear like 12345678.PNX and 12345678.PMX (or PMO). After processing to its final form it will appear as 12345678.PMW only.
If you have broken file pairs you most likely will have a ghost queued message. Corrupted files also may be a cause, but I'd look after PNXs without PMXs (or PMOs), or vice-versa. Delete them if found.
Deleted 2 related PMX & PMW files in Mail directory, FIXED THE PROBLEM.
Tests are done while there isn't an internet connection to force an instant failure whose popup notice contains the timeout setting of that attempt.
Please test it for additional confirmation that when a POP3 or SMTP host is configured with a timeout of zero the actual timeout used is 30 seconds regardless of the timeout specified in the General tab.
Norton automatically configures your email program for protection against viruses and other security threats. You can configure Email Antivirus Scan to scan all incoming email messages and outgoing email messages. ... This feature does not work if your SMTP or POP3 email port is an SSL-encrypted email port.
<p>Hi all,</p><p>When replying to certan sender, his original header appears as having lots of " " strings (non-breaking space in HTML, if I know it right) instead of simple space ( ) characters. How can I get rid of these?</p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt;">Peter </span></p>
[quote user="kaspencer"]I find that after getting an error reporting that images in an email message could not be downloaded, the message "Loading of images has been cancelled" (although actually the American spelling in used, for some reason, even though my localisation is UK).[/quote]
Interface languages are not user customizable in general, but if you would like to adjust the IERenderer UI, it's a simple plain text file with side effects. And you'll certainly find further inconsistencies because I'm not a native speaker of neither variant.
[quote user="kaspencer"]Can you please tell me how I can get rid of the message about cancelling images and have them downloaded ?[/quote]
You can't, you either wait until timeout or cancel. It's for convenience if you get several timeouts in a row. You can only get a "replay" after restarting Pegasus Mail, but if encountering errors I would recommend to open such a message in your browser via right click menu, if images are crucial for reading your messages.
I was unable to decipher the State.pmj file, so I've been using Pmail in full screen mode. Then today, just for yucks, I clicked the restore button in the Pegasus window and guess what - the window restored to its proper smaller size. So, everything is back the way it should be.
I'd had a good look around and had found the advice on updating libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll, but hadn't found any suggestion of there being a 'recent' update (i.e. in fact back in May 2018), and I didn't find .
Anyway, the "Always try the most recent version before asking the support" is a lesson learned. I suppose I've just gotten used to Pegasus working year in year out - and to having programs notifying me of yet another update every few days - so didn't think of this.
So, just 162 backlogged messages to sift through for actual content (and that's the main reason why I've stayed with Pegasus: being able to delete stuff on the server rather than after it has landed in my inbox).
My Notsplit utility will convert folders back to individual messages, including any attachments. Download it from http://community.pmail.com/files/folders/utils/entry50294.aspx. Let me know if you need any help.
We are also using option 2 and I don't know any other "default monitor" solutions. Other programs are starting within the main screen as soon as the second monitor has been removed. But don't know whether this is a Windows task or program task to discover available screen areas.
So far Pegasus is the only program I have that insists on opening in the absolute place where it last was located, even if that location doesn't exist any more (but obviously there are others out there). Everything else will open in a relative screen location. I've got a vague recollection there is (was?) a setting in one of the config files Dave mentioned years ago that switched opening from absolute to relative screen position - that required a manual edit ("hack") - but if it wasn't obscure then, it is (to me) now.
Possibly related is the fact that other windows (spell check, for example) pops up on the extreme left of my main monitor, in fact, half off the screen - I have to drag it back onto the screen to click "Start Check" - if I'm using two monitors in extended configuration and Pegasus is on the right (extended) monitor (move it back to the main monitor and it's fine). And, most notifications ("no waiting messages" message status if using selective mail download, for example) pop up in the main monitor regardless of where Pegasus main window is (however, if there are messages to list, that opens wherever the application window is located).
Perhaps the best (easiest) solution is just to run Pegagus in the Main (default) monitor - relative/absolute screen locations were originally coded back before extended monitors were "popular", and moving Pegasus off onto the extended 2nd monitor really confuses it.
[quote user="Brian Fluet"]The options are to have a single multi-user installation of Pegasus Mail or two separate installations. In either case the -ms command line option will allow multiple sessions to run. The caveat is that you can't control which running instance gets invoked by Mailto: and Sendto:. [/quote]
Well noted, Brian. As both are in care of wsendto.exe maybe it could ask if two or more instances of Pegasus Mail is running at same time. Just my tuppence.