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Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently available. [message #95638] Thu, 07 December 2006 17:03 Go to next message
Lyle
Messages: 4
Registered: November 2006
Junior Member
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Microsoft Office Outlook
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Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That
mail is not currently available.
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OK
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Does anyone know why this message box is shown several times during
each send and recevie, and if there is a way to stop its being shown ?
(2007).
I have two imap and two pop accounts activated. I believe but cannot
verify that the IMAP server is that hosting imap.aim.com. I have about
thirty folders there.
Re: Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently availa [message #95856] Fri, 08 December 2006 09:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lyle
Messages: 4
Registered: November 2006
Junior Member
Brian Tillman wrote:

> Disable the AOL account in the Send/Receive group and see if the message
> occurs. If not, reenable it and disable the other IMAP account. Try again.
> That will tell you definitively which IMAP account is causing the issue.
> You can then, perhaps, get additional information on the error by disabling
> all accounts by that one in the send./receive group (or, create a new
> send/receive group with only that account in it and test with that one) and
> enabling diagnostic logging (there is no article I can see in the MSKB about
> OL 2007 logging specifically; here's a link to OL 2003:
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300479/en-us) and see if any additional
> error indications appear there. You can them take it up with the ISP
> hosting the IMAP server.
> --
> Brian Tillman

Yes, it goes away when I remove the AIM IMAP Account. But I have been
unable to identify any specific IMAP folder that causes the problem
(the numbers 1,4,6,24 don't seem to be helpful; I've experimented but I
have not found anything). There is no problem on Windows Live Mail
Desktop, Thunderbird or Pegasus set up in exactly the same way, so I
doubt this is an IMAP server problem.
Take something up with AOL??????? ... Surely, you jest!
Re: Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently availa [message #95879] Fri, 08 December 2006 10:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lyle Fairfield
Messages: 3
Registered: December 2006
Junior Member
"Brian Tillman" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in news:emnAbXtGHHA.4712
@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl:

> Lyle <lylefairfield@aim.com> wrote:
>
>> Yes, it goes away when I remove the AIM IMAP Account. But I have been
>> unable to identify any specific IMAP folder that causes the problem
>> (the numbers 1,4,6,24 don't seem to be helpful; I've experimented but
>> I have not found anything).
>
> Perhaps the diagnostic log will contain more information.

It seems to contain only the same string as that which appears in the
Message Box.

--
Lyle Fairfield

http://www.ffdba.com/toyota/BurlingtonToyotaLease.htm

(just a sad story - read if bored)
Re: Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently availa [message #95988] Fri, 08 December 2006 14:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Brian Tillman
Messages: 25117
Registered: June 2006
Senior Member
Lyle Fairfield <lylefairfield@aim.com> wrote:

> It seems to contain only the same string as that which appears in the
> Message Box.

It contains no handshaking information? No record of the commands and
responses passing between the server and the client?
--
Brian Tillman
Re: Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently availa [message #96183] Sat, 09 December 2006 07:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lyle Fairfield
Messages: 3
Registered: December 2006
Junior Member
Brian Tillman wrote:
> Lyle Fairfield <lylefairfield@aim.com> wrote:
>
> > It seems to contain only the same string as that which appears in the
> > Message Box.
>
> It contains no handshaking information? No record of the commands and
> responses passing between the server and the client?
> --
> Brian Tillman

Thank you for staying with me on this. Your last message prompted me to
examine these files more carefully. I found that the alerts came after
polling four particular folders. One of these had only three messages
in it. I opened AIM's webmail http interface and tried to open each of
these messages. Two of the messages would open. One would not open and
Aim reported corruption.
I suppose I could have tired deleting only that message but because the
other three folders had hundreds of messages each I wanted a more
comprehensive solution.
For each of the four folders, in AIM's webmail http interface, I
created a new folder as FolderName2. In Outlook I moved all the
messages from FolderName to FolderName2 (as the webmail interface
allowed me to select only one page of messages at a time). Corrupted
Messages could not be moved and stayed in FolderName. Again, in the
http interface I deleted FolderName and renamed FolderName 2 as
FolderName.
The alerts are gone!
(I suppose I should have checked to see how Thunderbird and Pegasus and
Windows Live Mail Desktop dealt with those folders/messages before I
deleted them but I thought of that too late. I'm proceeding on the
assumption that they don't try to access the messages until requested
to do so.)
Thanks again.
Re: Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 5 (1032) That mail is not currently availa [message #96184] Sat, 09 December 2006 07:30 Go to previous message
Lyle Fairfield
Messages: 3
Registered: December 2006
Junior Member
Brian Tillman wrote:
> Lyle Fairfield <lylefairfield@aim.com> wrote:
>
> > It seems to contain only the same string as that which appears in the
> > Message Box.
>
> It contains no handshaking information? No record of the commands and
> responses passing between the server and the client?
> --
> Brian Tillman

Thank you for staying with me on this. Your last message prompted me to
examine these files more carefully. I found that the alerts came after
polling four particular folders. One of these had only three messages
in it. I opened AIM's webmail http interface and tried to open each of
these messages. Two of the messages would open. One would not open and
Aim reported corruption.
I suppose I could have tired deleting only that message but because the
other three folders had hundreds of messages each I wanted a more
comprehensive solution.
For each of the four folders, in AIM's webmail http interface, I
created a new folder as FolderName2. In Outlook I moved all the
messages from FolderName to FolderName2 (as the webmail interface
allowed me to select only one page of messages at a time). Corrupted
Messages could not be moved and stayed in FolderName. Again, in the
http interface I deleted FolderName and renamed FolderName 2 as
FolderName.
The alerts are gone!
(I suppose I should have checked to see how Thunderbird and Pegasus and
Windows Live Mail Desktop dealt with those folders/messages before I
deleted them but I thought of that too late. I'm proceeding on the
assumption that they don't try to access the messages until requested
to do so.)
Thanks again.
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