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Hello again, I used Conq to read my e mail from the server, the pb that it erased everything and I could not recover my messages each time I used ...
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    E mail Erased/ Web viewing


    Hello again,

    I used Conq to read my e mail from the server, the pb that it erased everything and I could not recover my messages each time I used Conq while IE did never cause that pb.

    How can I change the font of the page I am viewing if I browse a language other than english, knowing that the encoding is correctly set on the Language or on Automatic.The pb that the font is strange and of bad quality which is not the case with IE...

    Many thanks again

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    We are very understanding of the fact that not everyone has fluent english, but could you please try to clarify and spell out all of your words? As for the IE vs Konquer viewing e-mail, neither has an integrated mail viewer, the only way you could have done this is through a webmail interface, could you include specifics as to what mailservice you use?
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    Hi,
    Please excuse my English!!
    IE=Internet Explorer and I effectively was talking about a Web mail. I have my e mail through doctors.net.uk, a sort of limited doctors community server. when I was using Internet Explorer, such problem never occured, so I wounder what is wrong.

    Thanks

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    I guessed IE, pb was confusing me a bit but let me check out the user interface and see what the webmail there is doing....
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    I don't have much, but try firefox, mozilla is more widely supported, also check to make sure that all your cookies are enabled
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    Thanks

    Thanks,
    I'll try and feed back!

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