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Cannot connect to LogMeIn servers

clock April 15, 2014 07:46 by author Ashwin Pai

LogMeIn clients displays the following message

Cannot connect to LogMeIn servers.  Confirm that your computer is set to the correct date.

If this is an older Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 , it is probably because the Root certifiate for Microsoft has expired.

To update the root certificate you can do it from the following link.

http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3-19990518/cabpool/rootsupd_afc57447f7caadd3253333e35777fcd.exe

You can additionally enable the component " Update Root Certificate" in Add/remove programs >>Windows Components.

 

If it helped would appreciate a rating star.

Ashwin
Lansend.com
Microsoft Certified Partner



Outlook Express inbox too big , cannot download emails.

clock September 27, 2012 12:52 by author Ashwin Pai

First put Outlook express in offline mode.

 
In Outlook express then  create blank folders with the names you want to give to the original folders.
E.g.:  Inbox-new, Sent-new

Do not create them as subfolders of inbox as those defeats the purpose. They should be on the same level as the Inbox.
Click on the newly created folders so that Outlook express will create blank files with those names.
Inbox-new.dbx
Sent-new.dbx

Note sure if the above is necessary but I had to do it.
Make sure you make a note of their location & or the location of the inbox.
You can find this location by right clicking on the inbox & copying the path
Close Outlook express.


Navigate to the folder where Outlook Express stores the dbx files. 
In that folder  you should see the above newly created files,  
Inbox-new.dbx
Sent-new.dbx.
They are typically 75kb in size.

 
Now delete or move out these new files created by outlook express & rename the original files to the new names you gave.
Inbox.dbx TO Inbox-new.dbx
Sent Items.dbx TO Sent-new.dbx

When you next open up Outlook Express, it will create new default folders for any default folders that do not exist.
Default folders are Inbox, deleted items, Sent Items & Outbox.

The original folders whose files you renamed, will now  be available in the new names you created.
Inbox-new
Sent-new

Note:  The same applies to subfolders. However if you rename a folder & you have message rules that route emails to this folder , the message rule follows the folder. I.e: the email is now routed to foldername-new.  which is over the 2Gb size & hence you will continue to recieve the error message. Make sure that you manually modify the rule to route the email to foldername.



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