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  1. Kmail I was using that and sure as heck wish Windows had something that well designed. Outlook, you open it up and it has to think, has to fiddle with ideas, has to organize its thoughts, and then it will download the files for you. You open Kmail, if they're not there almost instantly then that means you have quite a few messages
  2. You know, I found out about this thread about 5 pages into the thread. There had been quite a few people that had posted about it and spoke their thoughts and emotions and expressed their sympothy. I chose not to respond to this thread for a reason - I knew it was a lie. It's sad to see the world today as it is and that you are part of that saddened group. Anyway, I kept out of this conversation for the reason of disbelief. Steve and I were talking the other night when this first came up. He is the one that pointed it out to me and I took the time to read every post on the entir
  3. Is your computer even set to boot from cd?
  4. MyIE2 http://www.myie2.com Try it once and you'll never go back to regular IE.
  5. Those little red x's also can be caused by two other things... Java Virtual Machine not installed and too high of security settings in Internet Explorer. Be sure to install the Java Virtual Machine and check to make sure your security settings are set to medium or medium-low.
  6. Thanks Joe C. I read that thread and it related to the hosts file the whole time pretty much. Below is my hosts file and so I'm sure that's not the problem. # Copyright (c) 1993-1999 Microsoft Corp. # # This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows. # # This file contains the mappings of IP addresses to host names. Each # entry should be kept on an individual line. The IP address should # be placed in the first column followed by the corresponding host name. # The IP address and the host name should be separated by at least one # space. # # Additionally,
  7. Ok, this has been annoying me for a good while now. Since forever I've been using to log on to my webserver. Not a problem until now. I am trying to install some test scripts to home server and they're not working. I'm thinking it is because of localhost not being allowed. Anyone use Apache on a WinXp pro machine here and have this same problem?
  8. Ok this idiot needs to get more jail time than what he got. I can't stand that crap. If you are a protester, protest. If you're a military man, stand up and fight. If you're an idiot and worthless, join similar men such as this guy in jail
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