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m602cl3w.exe using all availible CPU power
  Posted by  Connie Quist  on Monday, May 29, 2006 at 1:19:01 PM (EST)
Hi!
I am using the free version of LS on Windows XP Pro SP2.
When I log onto the web mail, m602cl3w.exe starts chewing up all availible CPU power. When I kill the process, everything returns to normal, until I log into the web mail again.
I usually cannot see any of the mails in my inbox; the only message is "Loading message list...". Occationally, I have been able to see what is in the inbox, and it's clear, that all e-mails are fetched as normal.
If I log out of the web-mail, m602cl3w.exe keeps using all CPU power.

The computer is a 450 MHz PII with 384 Mb RAM.

Any suggestions?
  Posted by Connie Quist  on Monday, May 29, 2006 at 4:23:01 PM (EST)
Yay! I found the sollution! :)
The problem was, that I had a 200 Mb e-mail in my inbox. Deleting it resolved the problem.

Apparently, LS has problems loading folders with lots o' mails in them.
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Tuesday, May 30, 2006 at 3:34:19 PM (EST)
Your computer isn't exactly the picture of modern equipment, either. :) All operating systems have problems with directories with lots of files in them or large data files. Your problem is just magnified because it's such an underpowered system.
  Posted by Connie Quist  on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 7:05:11 AM (EST)
Actually, a recent RAM upgrade resolved the issue immediately. Apparently, LS tries to load the entire e-mail into memory.
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