PM is installed on Windows 11 and works (after skipping this error) as expected. When I start PM, the following message is issued:
loading extension Pegasus Mail has encountered an operating system error while attempting to load the extension ,MiniDump‘. The error code returned by Windows was: "The specified module could not be found.
I just click away the message and PM works as intended.
Where can i find this module and where must it be placed?
When returning from a clicked link pmail freezes and Win 10 then produces a popup "program not responding". There is no difference to this behaviour for different websites. My work-around is to copy the linked address and paste separately in my browser (Opera), but this is both annoying and time consuming. This behaviour only started recently ? after last upgrade to IERenderer. Any help would be appreciated
I just switched from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 a few months ago. I installed Windows Enterprise 10.0.19045.2604 and Pegasus Mail 4.73.639, Mar 30 2018, build 639, later I switched to Pegasus Mail 4.80.1028, Jan 16 2022, build 1028. The problem is always the same: I can receive and send emails, but not emails with a larger attachment (approx. > 10 MB). If I try this, Pegasus Mail starts sending and at some point at 27% or 75% (depending on the size of the mail, numbers are only examples) it breaks off. Much worser: The entire Internet connection (RJ45-LAN via cable modem) breaks down. To get access to the Internet again, I have to unplug the rj45 connector and plug it back in. At first I suspected my email provider, but an email address from a completely different provider shows the same behavior. I also tried all kind of secure connections, STARTTLS, SSL etc., without success.
What the heck is this? In the meantime I've switched to Thunderbird, which actually is a piece of crap.....
Hello - got one user who I think has been mucking about with Pegasus window sizing & now we can't see the preview pane for highlighted messages - is there an ini file or something similar I can configure to default? Thanks for reading! G
The 'ready to send' message contains a rectangle of the image size and in top left corner with a red question mark. Hovering over this I see the message "Error 120006 The URL does not use a recognised protocol". The message is compoled with Rich Text. The relevant part in the HTML facet reads:
We use Pegasus 4.80 over a network, several users, nothing that complicated IMHO, although we have been using Pegasus a long time now... Server and clients are mostly Win 10 Pro.
Since updating to 4.80, there have been a very few emails where, if you click on Reply or Forward, Pegasus instantly crashes. Bounces however are no problem.
I've tried the same from several user's accounts and devices, and get the same result, so it's not likely to be an OS issue.
Is it attachments? Some of the emails have attachments, but not all.
Is it the addressee? No, we can email them ordinarily, and even reply to other emails, so it appears to be something that only occurs when the specific odd email is replied to.
In the headers of the emails, I can see some common factors that indicate the sender uses Office365/Outlook, perhaps in conjunction with Exchange. No idea if these are relevant or interesting, but I'll share some if someone thinks it might help.
Finally, the crash usually produces a couple of entries in Event Viewer:
I have been a user of Pegasus since...(the dark ages, or rather when the InterNet was still free, and uncensored, unlike now). I had to stop using it, for some reason that I've long forgotten. It is a competent, well designed, functional e-mail program. It is a great program, thanks to David Harris. I'm surprised to learn that Herr Harris is still supporting Pegasus...thanks.
However, I've been using ProtonMail, their email client stinks. I've expended most of today trying to cause Pegasus to work with ProtonMail...but they don't support standard IMAP or SMTP, other than through something they name Proton Bridge, which only works with OutLook, and ThunderTurd and something else?
I haven't been able to cause Pegasus to work with ProtonMail. My end-goal is to be able to alia my email and send and receive via my non-profit .org domain name website, which in the past with a different email provider was extremely easy to do in Pegasus.
So here's the question, does anyone know of any VPN email provider that works with Pegasus Mail?
I haven't changed anything and I can still access my email using a browser, but for the last 2 days I can't download any of the new emails. I've closed and reopened Pegasus and rebooted my computer without luck.
Is there one corrupted email that is causing this?
This morning I noticed that the Pegasus window was gone. I restarted the program, and rebooted the computer but nothing changed.
What happens is this: When I double-click on the Pegasus shortcut, the start-up window appears, but when it closes, the main window is not visible. Clicking on the icon at the bottom of the screen does not make it visible. However, the program must be working somewhere in the background, because i can hear "new mail messages" when I send test mail. Also, I can right-click on the icon in the notification area and get a "new message window"; however, I cannot do anything with it, except closing it (no clicks accepted; no keyboard events processed).
I guess something happened in the OS (Windows 10) that got Pegasus to store a faulty window state, but I do not where or what. Anyone have a clue?
I still think I am using some kind of hybrid of Pegasus; I installed 4.80 some months ago, but immediately had a nasty crash pasting something when composing a message. I then downgraded back to 4.73, but still had some problems with pasting in new messages, so I assume a part of 4.80 did survive the downgrade. For my problem in January, I assumed this information was not relevant (a correct assumption, it turned out), but this time I am not so sure.
I have been using pmail for 20+ years, and it has always faithfully recorded my sent mail. Two days ago it suddenly stopped doing so. I checked in the "messages and replies" setup, and the "copy to self" switch is still set to "On". I wondered whether it had stopped because the folder had grown too big, so went back and deleted a whole raft of old messages. Still doesn't work. What next? (And, warning, I am an old man, with simple computer skills.)
I hope somebody can help me with the following: Step 1. I send in Pegasus an email to myself Step 2. I open the received email and press the "reply" button Problem: The "to" field stays empty.
Extra tests done: a) If I open the email in another email program and click the "reply" it seems to be filled correctly. b) When I open an email somebody else sent me, I got a filled "To"-field. c) When I send an email to myself not using Pegasus but another email program, and I try to reply via Pegasus Mail it gives an emtpy To field.
(I'm using Pegasus mail v4.80 for windows, build 1028 )
First of all, I accidentally posted the following under the Mercury software discussion. If an admin see that, please delete it.
Hello: I have been a staunch user of Pegasus for so long I cannot remember my first use of it. I regard Pegasus as the very best e-mail client I have ever used. Also, many of the members of my family use it.
I heartily thank David Harris for building and supporting such a magnificent piece of software.
Now, my question to the group is how do I get Pegasus to run successfully under WINE in a FreeBSD environment?
But, for now, forget the FreeBSD part. If I can get it to run under WINE, I believe it will run under any Unix-like system.
I know that one must work-around IErenderer, and at this point I am unsure how to do that. I DO know that others have been successful at this, but I have been unable to learn how they did it.
I believe I have successfully installed WINE on my system, although I still need some tutoring on how to use it.
In any case, although everything associated with Pegasus and WINE "appears" to be correct, when I attempt to start Pegasus, the system "messes around" for several seconds (proved by a clock icon appearing), but then quietly just quits with nothing showing on the desktop.
What I am trying to do is to build a Unix-like system to replace all our Windoze installations. So far, I have accomplished some very good things, and it is looking like I will eventually have what I need. But this issue with Pegasus has been a BIG problem for me.