Logon and TCP/IP dialogs question

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Michael H. Lewis, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. When I wake from sleep, recently I am getting two dialogs appearing that I
    haven't seen before. I don't recall a change that I may have made that could
    cause them, so my questions are: why am I getting them and how do I prevent
    them from continuing to appear in WLM? I have Snips of them if there is a
    server to upload them to.

    I'm using Windows Live 7 RC and the latest build of WLM.

    The first dialog is:

    Logon - Live: Please enter your user name and password for the following
    Logon Server: http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0,
    User Name: already filled in
    Password: already filled in
    OK Cancel

    I click OK and go to my NewsGroups and get the second dialog:

    Windows Live Mail
    The TCP/IP connection was unexpectedly terminated by the server.
    OK Details
    Details: Configuration:
    Account: Microsoft Communities
    Server: msnews.microsoft.com
    Protocol: NNTP
    Port: 119

    I've been getting these for the past day or so, but can't remember a change
    I may have made that would cause them.

    Thank you.
    Michael H. Lewis, Aug 3, 2009
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  2. Michael H. Lewis

    ...winston Guest

    What AV application is installed ? Is it enabled to scan for email.
    Is a third party firewall installed ?
    Has the WLM message store been moved to another location(e.g. Network drive, external drive)?

    The above are some of the common reasons that both of those issues are encountered.

    Does it occur if
    a. The AV is uninstalled and reinstalled without email scanning
    b. Third party firewall removed and Windows firewall enabled
    c. The DeltaSync account is removed and recreated.
    ...winston, Aug 3, 2009
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  3. I think I got it. I changed a setting in my Bios the other day. Under Power
    Management I changed USB to wake my computer. So, when I wake the computer
    with my wireless mouse, all of the devices (webcam, wireless mouse, wireless
    adapter inside) "wake" up too. So, I set the Bios back to not wake on USB
    and these issues do not happen anymore. Still an issue, but not a Windows
    Live Mail one...

    Thank you.
    Michael H. Lewis, Aug 3, 2009
  4. Michael H. Lewis

    ...winston Guest

    Good info, thanks for the feedback Michael.
    ...winston, Aug 3, 2009
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