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Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 10:14:35 +0000 From: Berts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Originally posted by Lynn
> I have been trying to delete an e-mail and a message keeps
> popping saying "cannot be deleted" How can I delete it
> anyway? And why won't it let me delete it?
> Thank you,
Do this: at the DOS command prompt, type: telnet bellsouth.net
Then this will open the POP3 port
type: user lynn (or whatever your username is, assuming your address is
email@example.com) and enter. It will say OK, accepted, etc
type: pass yourpassword (where 'yourpassword' is the password to your
mail box) and enter
then you will see a message with how many messages you have, etc. with
their message numbers. To locate the very mail, type top 1, top 2,
(enter) etc until you identify the number of that message;
then type: delete 2 (assuming 2 is the message number) and enter
exit the command prompt. That should do it. If you get lost, mail me at
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