re-cycle bin does not restore

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berniebee
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re-cycle bin does not restore

Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:50 pm

Hi......I can not restore emails from my re-cycle bin.

Here is the log file.
Any ideas of what I need to do.

Thanks

Bernard

POP3 socket log for pop.ihug.co.nz:110
·======================================
·08/11/2012 21:42:20, TickCount: 3:13:40.124
·Version 6.5.4 session 13
·
·Key: ¹CR(0x0D) ²LF(0x0A) ¶ CR+LF(0x0D0A)
·
·[ Read ] +OK Dovecot ready.¶
·[ Wrote ] USER bernard¶
·[ Read ] +OK¶
·[ Wrote ] PASS <password not logged>
·[ Read ] +OK Logged in.¶
·[ Wrote ] STAT¶
·[ Read ] +OK 0 0¶
·[ Wrote ] RSET¶
·[ Read ] +OK¶
·[ Wrote ] QUIT¶
·[ Read ] +OK Logging out.¶
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Re: re-cycle bin does not restore

Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:21 am

You may try the post at the following link:-

http://forum.firetrust.com/viewtopic.ph ... 959#p60874 :thumbsup
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Re: re-cycle bin does not restore

Fri Nov 09, 2012 6:06 am

That is the log for incoming mail "POP3 socket log" the restore uses the SMTP system and matching log file.

I'd also recommend using Gmail to get the restore working, once you have that up you can try your ISP again but many ISPs do not allow you to restore the deleted messages so there is no telling if that would work or not.
I am not a Firetrust employee just a MW user.
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