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User deleted : mailbox contains messages !
  Posted by  G D  on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 12:31:47 PM (EST)
Hello !
Please, take a pity of an unfortunately french user !
After install of 602ProLanSuite2002 and a short use of it, someone has deleted one of the users created, but he has not stopped the automatic mailbox check. This mailbox contains more messages, but i can't be catch theses with OutlookExpress or another (only with Notepad, but it is not very esay to read ...).
I have also renamed a mailbox (with a number of a new mailbox given by 602ProLan) but the messages appears empty.
If someone can thelp me ...
  Posted by Tim Reeves  on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 8:26:12 AM (EST)
Have you tried to re-add the removed user id. Maybe the mailbox will 'connect' to the new instance.
  Posted by G D  on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 9:07:12 AM (EST)
Thank's Mr Tim Reeves for your interest to my question, but i tried to re-create the user and 602ProLan gives automatically a new mailbox number to it.
I tried to rename the files '.dat' and '.zas' too, but Outlook Express gives an empty message.
The only solution is to read theses messages with Notepad (or another) by i have 97 messages !
  Posted by Tim Reeves  on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 9:24:41 AM (EST)
You have my sympathy, then. There is an English expression "you are in deep doo-doo".

All I can suggest is you write a macro in VBA (Excel or Word) to read the files as text and strip out all the junk.
  Posted by Tim Reeves  on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 9:25:59 AM (EST)
You have my sympathy, then. There is an English expression "you are in deep doo-doo".

All I can suggest is you write a macro in VBA (Excel or Word) to read the files as text and strip out all the junk.
  Posted by Tim Reeves  on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 9:26:33 AM (EST)
Twice !
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