-- Thank you both. On taking a 2nd look I believe it is related to my
server. The error originated with an "invalid address" Email. Not having
figured out copying and pasting yet, I couldn't relay the message with this
post. I will contact my server first thing. Wayne
> I think it's strange that nobody seems to question their internet connection
> when errors like this occur.
> Me, that's the first place I check.
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> > Regarding "The connection to the server has
> > failed - etc. etc." we would need to see the "etc." part.
> > Right-click on the error message, copy, then paste into
> > a reply here.
> > Gary VanderMolen
> > "Wayne L." <WayneL@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:34E578AA-6062-4B43-B31A-F7C3268B7800@microsoft.com...
> >> After finally getting Windows Mail (not WLM) to work beautifully, I have
> >> only
> >> one glitch. A persistent popup that says " Some errors occurred while
> >> processing - blah, blah) and the error is " The connection to the server
> >> has
> >> failed - etc. etc."
> >> I do not have messages that can't be sent/deleted as per the many posters
> >> in
> >> these sites, nor any other probs in these sites, and I compact my
> >> database
> >> every time the dialog box appears.
> >> My computer goes haywire everytime I try Steve's download, so that's out.
> >> How else can I get rid of this "fly in the ointment"? Thanks, Wayne
> >> PS - A curious thing is that I have never had anything in my Outbox. Is
> >> that
> >> significant? What is the Outbox for?
> >> --
> >> Wayne L.