|Sunday June 29, 2014
9:45 Pm: We have had a lot of trouble with my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. It has been a stressful weekend. It ended with good results.
It seemed like the first time we suspected lost e-mails was when I got my kitties a month ago SO we blamed the lost e-mails on the new ones, cute ones who danced on my keyboard.
Then this Saturday we had to search further. The kitties had been banned from my computer room which they loved........the .....................wires................ BUT the lost e-mails continued so we changed the ip address and password but the e-mails were pinged every one minute................long story.................
Monday June 30, 2014
So on Sunday we finally found out another mail program called SeaMonkey was working in the background. I use SeaMonkey to up load this diary so I am in it now. For the last few years I have been having trouble with Thunderbird my main mail program. Sometimes it crashes when I spell check AND we have reinstalled it and even bought a new computer last year SO the file must be corrupted or there is something we don't know about that is causing the problem. I had tried out SeaMonkey to see if that worked but had the same problem (All along we transferred all my past messages each time we tried to find the problem). I thought I was out of SeaMonkey but we found out it was working in the background every time I worked on my diary. There were many messages on SeaMonkey because it was uploading every one minute. Before we found out about SeaMonkey we changed the password in Thunderbird and even started a new profile. Because of the continued attempts by SeaMonkey to access mail with the wrong password, Our whole access to the ip address was shut down all afternoon on Saturday until we changed out our ip address. I am now using my new profile for email@example.com and so far I have not seen any crashes while spell checking.......maybe I will eventually.........
Matt is here today preparing the bottling line and we will start moving things around to have room for the wine bottles coming on July 2. We will start bottling our 2013 10 month wines on July 7.
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