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Old 10-03-07, 04:45 AM   #1
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Odd MSOE Behaviour

I've been having some strand stuff happening with Outlook Express. Random incoming messages going directly to my Deleted Items folder. <scratches head> WinXP Pro / OE6

I took a look at Message Rules and there were two of them set up in there that I don't recall setting. I forget now what the rules were exactly, but I deleted them.

Then I created a new rule:
Apply this rule after the message arrives
For all messages
Stop processing more rules

Messages that were going in the trash are now going to the inbox. We'll see what happens after reboot tomorrow morning. Oh yeah, there's no one on the Blocked Senders list either.


Anyone else experience this?
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Old 10-03-07, 10:24 AM   #2
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Old 10-03-07, 10:30 AM   #3
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From what I remember, oh those many moons ago, Outlook Express was the result of Microsoft engineers' best efforts at getting a high sheen out of a lump of fecal matter.
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And here I thought this was a thread about strange doings at MSOE up in Beertown.....


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I used Outlook Express a long time ago when I was young and very, very naive.

Ever heard of Thunderbird? www.mozilla.com I hear it doesn't suck!
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I've been using OE since Hector was a pup. I like it because I can access both my verizon & hotmail from there. Can I do it with thunderbird too?
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I've been using OE since Hector was a pup. I like it because I can access both my verizon & hotmail from there. Can I do it with thunderbird too?
Yes. Thunderbird also has better security, extremely smart phishing and spam filters which you can easily "train" to be even smarter, message rules support, spell checking, room cleaning service and fellatio. It'sa very nice!
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Yes. Thunderbird also has better security, extremely smart phishing and spam filters which you can easily "train" to be even smarter, message rules support, spell checking, room cleaning service and fellatio. It'sa very nice!
Damn, no cunnilingus! That's a deal breaker.
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Damn, no cunnilingus! That's a deal breaker.
but if it will fellate for you, probably worth having, just in case.
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Is there anyway to keep MSOE from doing that damn compacting crap? I open my email program so often that it occurs pretty frequently here at work.
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Old 10-03-07, 12:07 PM   #11
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but if it will fellate for you, probably worth having, just in case.
In case of what... It growing back?!?!?!
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In case of what... It growing back?!?!?!
or a mechanic who offers to fix your car in exchange for ummmm ... something, umm, well, you know.......

note that I said for you
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Old 10-03-07, 01:27 PM   #13
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or a mechanic who offers to fix your car in exchange for ummmm ... something, umm, well, you know.......

note that I said for you
Oh, I see. BJ in a box.
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An email application with a built-in cunning linguist would be the killer app for business.
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sorry, I forgot to mention cunnilingus because I never use that feature. But I'm pretty sure it's in there...
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