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  • Re: Removing attachments

    OK. There are a couple more things to check. The first is to ensure that your security software is not inhibiting manipulation of your email data. Is your PMail folder excluded from scanning? Plus, if your security software includes sandboxing, or behavioural analysis, make sure that a: winpm-32.exe has the green light for behavioural analysis ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 20, 2017
  • Re: Removing attachments

    Check the Windows 7 account you are using has full control permissions over folder security. This shows you have to do this:&nbsp;http://www.wikihow.com/Change-File-Permissions-on-Windows-7
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 19, 2017
  • Re: Receiving duplicate emails

    Have you reviewed any filtering rules?
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 18, 2017
  • Re: Removing attachments

    mollym:&gt;Can you do a test and send yourself a couple of messages with 250k or higher images one embedded and one attached, please? &nbsp; Been there, done that. Over and over again. &nbsp; m &nbsp; What is the path to the installation folder? Is it C:\PMail? I ask because you should not have it installed under ..\Program Files\PMail ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 18, 2017
  • Re: Removing attachments

    hmmm I have just tested this. Sent myself two messages. One with a 1MB image attached, and one with the same image embedded. I deleted them using the Delete button in the Attachments window, closed the messages, acknowledged the prompt to save my changes and a refresh of the New Mail folder showed the message size for each changed from 1.5MB to ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 15, 2017
  • Re: Removing attachments

    &nbsp;@Mollym Brian Fluet: A message must be in new mail folder in order to delete attachments (including embedded image files) This is key. A pain, but you must move the messages to the new mail folder before you remove the attachments.&nbsp;
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on September 14, 2017
  • Re: missing copy to self.

    rocket:That is a work around, not&nbsp;a solution. You are right. However, as noted this is a bug and we hope it will be remedied in the next major release. In the meantime, we also hope that you can accept that renaming the folders as Brian has explained will stop any more of your sent messages from apparently disappearing.
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on August 18, 2017
  • Re: missing copy to self.

    The solution, as described above is to rename your duplicate folders. The system filename has no bearing on this, it is their names as displayed by Pegasus Mail in your folder list that matters. You could prefix the names with the name of the parent folder or an abbreviation of it, or rename them as you see fit.
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on August 18, 2017
  • Re: MultiUser mode for new install? Is it really necessary? What do the experts say???

    There are different types of backup programs and each have different capabilities. Professional backup software (enterprise class) includes agents. An agent performs a specific task. For example, we use ARCServe and that includes an 'open files' agent which allows open files to be backed up. Ordinarily, if a file is open it is being used by a ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on August 16, 2017
  • Re: MultiUser mode for new install? Is it really necessary? What do the experts say???

    One of the great things about Pegasus Mail is its resilience. You can move it around and change it and still works :) Our company has been using Pegasus Mail since the 90's. We originally had stand-alone installations pointing to a central server, but rapidly changed that to a single server installation from which the clients use links to the exe ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Greenman on August 11, 2017
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