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  1. #1
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    Default Can't delete emails in Netscape Messenger 4.76

    Running Netscape Messenger 4.76 and it won't let me delete emails (the option to delete is greyed out).

    Also having problems when firing up the Netscape browser. The message at the bottom of the screen says 'Contacting host: 127.0.0.1:8080' then times out with message 'All proxies are unavailable. Do you wish to temporarily override proxies by connecting directly until proxies are available again?'
    Clicking on OK button lets me surf on.

    No such probs with IE5.5

    I'm guessing these two probs are related.

    Running Win98 (1st edition) on a Pentium III 450Mhz Gateway with 128M RAM.

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Can't delete emails in Netscape Messenger 4.76

    Forgot to add that I'm working over Jetstream with Xtra as my ISP - if this makes any difference.
    Michael.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Can't delete emails in Netscape Messenger 4.76

    The two problems are not likely to be related.

    Make sure you hilight the message header to activate the delete buttom.

    Select Edit/Preferences
    Select Advanced/Proxies from the list on the left
    Make sure Direct connection to the internet is selected.

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Can't delete emails in Netscape Messenger 4.76

    Jim, you are a legend !
    For some reason, the 'Automatic Proxy Config' button was checked instead of 'Direct Connection to the Internet'.

    Nice work.


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