Today I installed Firefox, and have been playing aound with it. Earlier on I create an account on the Firefox site, and all e-mail from that site will come to my own e-address.
Whenever I do stuff like this I always send myself a few e-mails, as tests. I have sent ten to my slef, but none have appeared in the Inbox. When I click on send/receive I can see them coming in, but they don't go to any of the folders in OE. I managed to get in to my Hotmail account and forward a mail from there; it came through.
I don't like this idea of mail disapperaing; where is it going? I'm with Demon, and noe of these test messages - bar the Hotmail one - were sitting on their server when I went in on Webmail.
This is driving me daft! It's something that's happened since I created that Firefox account.
I've just sent a mail to myself, then immediately closed OE. Then went to the Demon webmail page and logged on, and the test messgae IS there; I'de been downloading the offer the Demon server right enough, but where are they going? I can see the progress bar daumping them in, but thery're not showing in the Inbox.
I can't see anything in Firefox, either.
I know this may be a minor issue, but something's chsnged and I don't like it...........
I'm not using Thunderbird; I was looking at that odd message facilty on the 'my page' in F'fox.
The issue is my Test messages from my OE account ARE going to the Demon server, but are not being downloaded automatically by OE. I sat and watched as OE went through it's 2 minute cylce for downlaoding messages, and it didn't download the Test I'd sent that was sitting on the Demon webmail page. When I tried to manually download it, it came through and just disappeared without hitting any of OE folders. I've checked to see if there's a Rule in OE deleting stuff from myself, but there isn't.
Well - if you install the Thunderbird email client for Firefox it might sort itself out. I have Firefox and Thunderbird installed and if I click on a contact link on a webpage in Firefox it will more often than not use the Thunderbird programme BUT my default email is via my Mozilla v1.7.3 browser. See what you have set as the default programme in XP's "SET PROGRAMME ACCESS & DEFAULTS".