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ษอออออออออป บ WARNING บ ศอออออออออผ RoboMail was not exited properly the last time it was run. Because of this, your message data files may not have been closed properly. Please read the information contained in this document carefully. Before continuing, you should verify that the following steps have been taken: 1 If you are running in a multi-tasking or task-switching environment, you should verify that no other copies of RoboMail are running in this same directory. RoboMail is not a multi-user program, and any attempt to run two instances of the program simultaneously in the same directory may result in data corruption. If you find that another copy is running, please press ESCape now and answer yes when you are asked if another copy of RoboMail is running. 2 Because of the large quantity of data which may be managed by your RoboMail installation, you should always verify that your hard disk's file system is stable before attempting to rebuild your RoboMail data. If you haven't done so yet, please press ESCape to end this. Answer NO when you are prompted for permission to rebuild the RoboMail data files. Then, restart your system and run the DOS CHKDSK program or other suitable utility to verify the integrity of your disk filing system. TROUBLE SHOOTING HINTS ---------------------- If RoboMail has been "Hanging" or you are experiencing other difficulties which are causing the program to exit abnormally, it's possible that there may be an incompatibility between RoboMail's usage of expanded (EMS) memory and your memory manager or other TSR programs. If you suspect that this may be the problem, please disable RoboMail's usage of the EMS pageframe be adding the ";/OP0" switch to the end of your ROBOMAIL environment variable. If you do not have a ROBOMAIL environment variable in use at the moment, please add the following line to the end of your AUTOEXEC.BAT file: SET ROBOMAIL=/OP0 If you change your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, please make sure to re-boot before starting RoboMail again so the variable will be in place. If difficulties persist, try the following environment variable: SET ROBOMAIL=E:0;/OP0 ษอออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออป บ Press ESCape now to exit this screen. RoboMail will ask for บ บ permission to continue and rebuild its index files. You should บ บ answer yes only if you have completed steps 1 and 2 above. บ ศอออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออออผ

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