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  1. The Lunarsoft Forums have been updated to the latest version, 4.4.0. Please remember to clear your cache. If you encounter any issues please let me know.
  2. Maintenance patch 5.0.3 was automatically applied.
  3. 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 have automatically been applied.
  4. Hope everyone is having a safe and happy holiday season. Merry Christmas!
  5. Last week, Lunarsoft's frontpage software has been updated to the latest version. If you have any issues please post them here. Additionally, a security fix was applied today.
  6. The Lunarsoft Wiki has been updated to the newest release, 1.31.
  7. To celebrate the one year anniversary of Destiny's release, Blizzard and Activision are giving away Destiny 2! https://news.blizzard.com/en-us/blizzard/22649418/destiny-2-pc-free-on-battle-net-through-november-18
  8. Updates with these fixes are now available on Windows Update. KB4468550 - Intel audio: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4468550 KB4468304 - HP devices: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4468304
  9. Though I know WLM is dated (needs updates, patches, etc), I would recommend trying Thunderbird again or looking into another email client. If you're on Windows 10 there is the built in Mail client. Thunderbird will also auto configure settings for Gmail for you, along with other services.
  10. It sounds like it does. Not really a surprise when it comes to Comcast. Have you considered a Gmail account? Even if it's to test and see if it works in a similar nature with your email client?
  11. This point of reference, which means that this is not normal IMAP behaviour. Those emails should be deleted/moved to trash and auto deleted within a set period of time. It is correct that with IMAP emails you receive are also stored on the email server. When you delete an email it gets deleted from both the client and server (moved to Trash and deleted within x days). Even per the Wikipedia article about IMAP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Message_Access_Protocol If I do a test email via Outlook 2016, then delete it in Outlook, the message is moved to the Trash b
  12. That's very odd that they have IMAP work in such a way. Sorry you had those issues. Perhaps it's time for a Gmail account?
  13. As I mentioned in my previous post, IMAP is the preferred protocol. I've used it for years and I prefer it too. With POP, you download emails with a new/unread header, which can lead to duplicates. With IMAP, it synchronizes with the server. Say Gmail for example. If I delete an email in Outlook, it will also delete it from the Gmail server. This is me being overly cautious with data: While I have never used Comcast's email services extensively as I prefer Gmail, I would recommend that you back up all of your emails that you downloaded via POP. The reason for this is that in cas
  14. Unfortunately it's hard to say for sure what it's deleting and where, unless it produces log files. If you like, just use the Windows 7 built in defrag.
  15. Are you using POP or IMAP with Comcast? IMAP is the preferred mail protocol to use.
  16. Which OS are you running this on? There are so many things that run and generate files in the background, it's hard to narrow down. I will say that I've stopped using third party defrag utilities and am just using the built in WIndows defrag. Since Windows 7 it's been sufficient. Windows 10 it's great, it handles SSDs wonderfully.
  17. I'd allow Windows 10's built in defrag to handle it. SoftwareDistribution is where your Windows Updates are downloaded to. Best tips I can give you right now, off the top of my head... Start > Type "Disk Cleanup" > Right click and Run as Administrator > then clean up everything found there. You can remove the old Windows install/upgrades (including the bi-annual updates/Spring/Fall/April) Set it and forget it. Let Windows built in defrag do it's thing. It works wonders, even on a SSD. Don't run CCleaner. In fact, uninstall it. It does more harm than goo
  18. Glad to hear you have it fixed, and thank you for posting the solution!
  19. Try uninstalling the drivers again, then go into Device Manager. Make sure when you uninstall the device from there that you check "Uninstall Driver" there as well. After that reboot. Also check other ports and settings.
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