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How do I stop "Setting message flags" before I go crazy?

  1. #1


    pjhbromley Guest

    How do I stop "Setting message flags" before I go crazy?

    I just reinstalled Vista Home Premium and have live mail set up for 2
    hotmail, a gmail and an ISP account (as I have for ages). Now whenever I
    click on a gmail message I get a "setting message flags" window, sometimes
    quick and sometimes it takes a few seconds. How can I stop this? It never
    happened before.

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  2. #2


    Ed_illinois Guest

    RE: How do I stop "Setting message flags" before I go crazy?



    "pjhbromley" wrote:

    > I just reinstalled Vista Home Premium and have live mail set up for 2
    > hotmail, a gmail and an ISP account (as I have for ages). Now whenever I
    > click on a gmail message I get a "setting message flags" window, sometimes
    > quick and sometimes it takes a few seconds. How can I stop this? It never
    > happened before.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #3


    Ed_illinois Guest

    RE: How do I stop "Setting message flags" before I go crazy?

    Same thing is happening to me, having just reinstalled XP.

    "pjhbromley" wrote:

    > I just reinstalled Vista Home Premium and have live mail set up for 2
    > hotmail, a gmail and an ISP account (as I have for ages). Now whenever I
    > click on a gmail message I get a "setting message flags" window, sometimes
    > quick and sometimes it takes a few seconds. How can I stop this? It never
    > happened before.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4. #4


    Peter.R Guest

    Re: How do I stop "Setting message flags" before I go crazy?


    I think the message refers to setting the flags in the database (such as 'read' etc).

    I don't recall ever seeing such a message. I imagine a slower computer might flash the computer occasionally, especially if there are folders containing a large number of messages.

    --
    Cheers,
    Peter.R
    (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare

    "pjhbromley" <pjhbromley@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:AC8AF35A-6E89-4872-891E-6A46076B1D1D@xxxxxx


    > I just reinstalled Vista Home Premium and have live mail set up for 2
    > hotmail, a gmail and an ISP account (as I have for ages). Now whenever I
    > click on a gmail message I get a "setting message flags" window, sometimes
    > quick and sometimes it takes a few seconds. How can I stop this? It never
    > happened before.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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