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Lost email
  Posted by  Andrew Jackson  on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 at 6:54:34 AM (EST)
I've made a mistake on the first test and trial run of Lan 2004, in that I did not ask to leave a copy of the email sitting at my ISP on the ISP server for a day or two. Lan 2004 conected to the mailbox and retrieved all the mail, but I have no idea where it has gone. I have a user mail box set up as Andrew (at that stage without the "company.com", and no other aliases. The only user mailbox was set up as webmaster and postmaster. I can't get Outlook 2003 to 'pop' the mailbox, I don't know whether the mail has gone to this mailbox anyway, and if not where is it?

Any thoughts? Andrew
  Posted by Russell Waddington  on Thursday, December 15, 2005 at 2:59:24 PM (EST)
You can always go into the web mail, if it is there you should see it.


http://yourdoman/mail or
127.0.0.1/mail if accessing on the installed machine.
  Posted by Andrew Jackson  on Thursday, December 15, 2005 at 11:11:50 PM (EST)
Hey thanks for that. I enabled the WWW service and logged on, and found all the mail sitting there. It gave me an insight into what was going on and then I reconfigured everything. I then tried to get Outlook to log on to the 127.0.0.1 site which has also worked, and got all the mail into Outlook as well - thanks.
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