[spambayes-bugs] [ spambayes-Bugs-1484526 ] SpamBayes locked

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Bugs item #1484526, was opened at 2006-05-09 21:37
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Category: Outlook
Group: 1.0.4
>Status: Pending
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Ptah69 (ptah69)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: SpamBayes locked

Initial Comment:
Hi all.
First of all sorry for my English I ll try to make it
Congratz for the job its really fine.
I ll explain the "bug" i met.I think it s a bug and i
also think that nobody posted it before me.
Well.I tried SpamBays on around 4 personal computers
which are all on the same network.It does its job
Than i decided to try it on a laptop.This laptop uses
outlook on the network to get its mails and spamBayes
works fine too.But when the laptop joins internet
through an other connection and receives the mails on
the same mail box (same parameters) Spambayes prompts a
window and offers to be turned off to let the mails in.
After this, it looks "dead". I mean that you cant
anymore activate it, the buttons on outlook are locked
and the only thing i could do was to uninstall it.

I supose some of you would say : which message apears
in the prompt window ... i would like to know it
too.The owner of this laptop didnt keep it anywhere,
and as it is my chief i can't easily ask her to give
some "tries" when she backs home.
Some informations : OS: XP2, Outlook 2003 (office).

I dont know if i was really clear or if i shouldnt post
in this place but it seemt to be the best one.
I hope you will have a solution.



>Comment By: Tony Meyer (anadelonbrin)
Date: 2006-05-11 17:28

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