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From: Jun on 07/28/2004
When receiving emails Eudora goes down into exception mode.
It happens so many time - almost once in between 50 and 100 emails.

I need to kill the unprocessed task named Eudora exception
to go back into the status before I load Eudora.

Then I restart Eudora and cancel to recreate TOC files, doing this makes filtering function in the default mailbox unavailable.
I need to allocate and classify those received emails into many
other mailboxes manually.

OS: Windows 2000
Eudora 5.1(J) Jr5-rev2
( Japanese version but I'm very much afraid that it happens under the same version of English one. )

Microsoft Viwer: ON/OFF -> tried both but never solved.
HTML mail -> set to be not active but never solved.
delete all emails in the default mailbox to receive new emails -> never solved.
Recreate TOC files -> never solved.
delete eudora.ini and setup again -> never solved.

The exception.log shows me like this.

Thu Jul 29 10:05:18 2004

Exception code: c0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
Fault address: 78001d0b 01:00000d0b C:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcrt.dll

SS:ESP:0023:0012e928 EBP:0012e944
DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:003b GS:0000

The time stamp of the msvcrt.dll is 2003/06/20 4:05

I also use Spamnix 1.3.8 but I believe that it does not cause this trouble. I also use Microsoft IntelliMouse. Somebody says IntelliMouse sometimes makes this kinds of trouble. It is true?

Please help me!



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From: Lew on 01/15/2008
I am just starting to have the same problem. How were you able to solve your problem.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Lew SIgeel


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