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SOURCE: sending wireless messages
If Norton is intervening, it's most likely to be the anti-spam package that's doing it - make sure you don't have it installed, and if you do, try disabling it, if that doesn't work, try uninstalling it. That should do the job.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
SOURCE: I have windows Vista and
I would try downloading the .pdf file from the e-mail and save it to your computer BEFORE you open it. Then, right-click on the file and select properties. Just double check the extension to make sure that it is still a .pdf file.
When it is transferred over e-mail, your e-mail program may be changing a part of the file.
The other thing might be that it is not associated with adobe reader, but reinstalling usually does the trick.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
I used this software and it is working fine with me . it is working with Vista and XP. I think there is some memory problem . Give me some information about your motherboard , ram ,oprating system .
Please rate me .
Posted on May 06, 2008
Verify the setting via Manage accounts on your XP machine (the one the email client works on) in whatever email client you use on it and verify and edit if need be the setting in your Windows Live Mail on your Vista home Laptop.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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