N/APosted on - 08/10/2011
I have the email client for Windows Eudora installed on my Windows XP machine. I created a new username and password recently. When I am trying to open it up with Eudora I get a file missing error message.
I got the same error message when I was checking my emails the other day. What does this error message mean?
Can someone help me with this error message?
Could not open the file c:eudoraspoolml7art2878833A.RCV for reading
Cause: No such file or directory exists. (2)
Could not open the file Eudora
There exists a message in the Away mail box which includes an attachment in which is no longer within the directory from where It was linked. You can modify what it's all about to get rid of the connection, proper the connection path so that Eudora can discover the document, or even remove what it's all about and stop the particular delivering.
Together with Eudora closed, remove the actual file. You can open it up initial along with WordPad or perhaps any other text publisher to determine the particular material.
Most likely this file includes a Trojan along with your virus protector is preventing you from opening/deleting that.