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#1 IdMnstr

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 05:22 PM

Hi,

I am new to the forum. I am trying to find an answer to my Outlook problem. This discussion sounded the same until I clicked on the link.

My problem is that Outlook will receive but not send.

The send seems to time out with this message;
Task 'mail.comcast.net - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'

Things tried;
1) I contacted Comcast and I re-created my account.
2) Performed the repair/install of MS Office from the control panel.
3) Removed unwanted applications.

The only change that took place was a recent install of PocketMirror. I wanted to sync to my Palm V to retrieve my contacts into Outlook. I have sent emails to Chapura, via thier web page, to get help but no replies yet. I plan to call them tomorrow during thier business hours 9-4 CMT.

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 07:18 PM

Hello IdMnstr, welcome to Bleeping Computer.

Your issue is a common one, and there is a solution.
I'm going to direct you to the Comcast help forums. Those forums are provided to Comcast customers, and are a great resource for vendor specific issues. There are forums for computer issues, email issues, security, internet, cable tv, and CDV.
Many times we, the users there, can provide answers tech support and customer service can't.

Click the link below, you'll be sent to the sign in page. Log in with your Comcast user ID (the part before .net) and your password. You will next see a first time forum users page, asking you to choose a screen name for use in the forums. Once you set that up, you'll be taken to the actual forums.

http://forums.comcast.net/comcastsupport/

Go to the email forum. First look in the post titled
Frequently Asked Email Questions & Answers Scroll through the thread to

Common Outlook Express errors and how to resolve them
Your error number is there. Although it says OE, the same thing applies to Outlook. It will tell you what causes this error.

For the fix, see the following thread:
Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Mail Settings
Find your version of Outlook, follow the directions carefully.
Make sure all spacing is correct, that you use .net instead of .com (yes, this is a frequent error we see), and that all spelling is correct. (I once spent 2 hours trying to figure out why OE wouldn't work. Turned out I'd typed in .ent instead of .net)

This should solve your problems. If it doesn't you can post your question there in the email forum.

Please post back here and let me know if the solution in the Comcast forum worked.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 02 March 2008 - 11:32 PM.


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Posted 03 March 2008 - 07:45 PM

Hi,

Sorry, If I put my post in the wrong spot.

I tried to login to comcast but that times out. Comcast says I should clean up cookies.

When I try to access Internet Options I get the message;
This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator.

Now I know why you call this web site BleepingComputer.

What Bleeping Administrator. This is a stand alone PC in my house. No bleeping users, administrators,

Argh :thumbsup:

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 08:04 PM

I'll put out a call for assistance with the restriction issue. This is something that's out of my league.
Since you didn't get to the Comcast forum, I can post the Outlook info here (after I check with the person who wrote it to make sure it's ok for me to post it here). I need to know which version of Outlook you use.

Your post isn't in the wrong spot. It was split off to it's own topic, to make it easier to assist you.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 03 March 2008 - 08:29 PM.


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Posted 03 March 2008 - 08:57 PM

A couple of different causes and some solutions here:
Be sure to read through it all before coming to conclusions
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Posted 04 March 2008 - 08:07 PM

Mark,

Thank you for your reply.

I don't seem to have;
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Restrictions
in my registry.

Edited by IdMnstr, 04 March 2008 - 08:36 PM.


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Posted 04 March 2008 - 11:09 PM

I've heard from the author of the fix that's in the Comcast forums.
He's given me permission to post it here.
So here it is-find your version of Outlook and follow the instructions.

(Thanks to EarlyOut for allowing me to post this here)

These are the instructions for getting Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Mail to work properly on your PC.

First, are you using any incarnation of Norton Internet Security? If so, the Symantec/Norton folks have

an article about problems like this

so their suggestions should be attempted first. They have a troubleshooting routine you can run from that webpage. If that fails, they suggest removing and reinstalling Norton. Personally, I'd skip the "reinstalling" part.
If you're using McAfee or Norton, disable the wormstopper or Internet worm protection in its email settings. It's been known to cause problems.

If you're using Windows Mail, both McAfee and Norton can cause major problems. Remove them, and choose another security solution.


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Windows Mail, Outlook Express & Outlook 2000:
  • choose Tools
  • choose Accounts
  • go to the Mail tab
  • click on your Comcast account to highlight it
  • choose Properties
  • go to the General tab
  • under Mail Account, enter whatever you'd like to call this account, like John Doe on Comcast
  • under User Information, enter Name (whatever you want to appear on your messages)
  • enter E-mail address (your full Comcast email address)
  • check "Include this account when receiving mail or synchronizing"
  • go to the Servers tab
  • "My incoming mail server is a" POP3 "server"
  • Incoming mail is mail.comcast.net
  • Outgoing mail is smtp.comcast.net
  • enter your Account name or Email user name (your Comcast user ID, the part before "@comcast.net" in your email address)
  • enter your Password
  • check "Remember password"
  • make sure “Logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)” is NOT checked
  • check “My server requires authentication”
  • choose Settings
  • choose “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
  • click OK
  • go to the Advanced tab
  • check both boxes for “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)”
  • change port number to 995 for incoming, 465 for outgoing
  • bump up the Server Timeouts slider to the high end
Turn off whatever email scanning your anti-virus package is doing. Comcast already scans incoming email for viruses, and your outgoing email isn’t going to be infected unless your machine is already infected, so there’s no point checking it all the time.
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Outlook 2002 & Outlook 2003:
  • choose Tools
  • choose E-mail Accounts
  • choose "View or change existing e-mail account"
  • choose Next
  • click on your Comcast account to highlight it
  • choose Change
  • enter Your Name (whatever you want to appear on your messages)
  • enter E-mail Address (your full Comcast email address)
  • Incoming mail server is mail.comcast.net
  • Outgoing mail server is smtp.comcast.net
  • enter User Name (your Comcast user ID, the part before "@comcast.net" in your email address)
  • enter Password
  • check "Remember password"
  • make sure “Logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)” is NOT checked
  • choose More Settings
  • go to the Outgoing Server tab
  • check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”
  • choose “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
  • go to the Advanced tab
  • check both boxes for “This server requires an SSL-secured connection”
  • change port number to 995 for incoming, 465 for outgoing
  • bump up the Server Timeouts slider to the high end
  • Click OK, Next, Finish
Turn off whatever email scanning your anti-virus package is doing. Comcast already scans incoming email for viruses, and your outgoing email isn’t going to be infected unless your machine is already infected, so there’s no point checking it all the time.

Don't bother with the "Test" function in Outlook - it often fails for no particular reason.

Exit from Outlook, then make sure it isn't still running in the background. Hit CTRL-ALT-DEL, go to the Processes tab, and kill any occurrences of OUTLOOK.EXE before launching Outlook again.

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Outlook 2007:
  • choose Tools
  • choose Account Settings
  • choose the Email tab
  • click on your Comcast account to highlight it
  • choose Change
  • enter Your Name (whatever you want to appear on your messages)
  • enter E-mail Address (your full Comcast email address)
  • choose POP3 as the Account Type
  • Incoming mail server is mail.comcast.net
  • Outgoing mail server is smtp.comcast.net
  • enter User Name (your Comcast user ID, the part before "@comcast.net" in your email address)
  • enter Password
  • check "Remember password"
  • make sure “Logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)” is NOT checked
  • choose More Settings
  • go to the Outgoing Server tab
  • check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”
  • choose “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
  • go to the Advanced tab
  • choose SSL encryption for both incoming and outgoing servers
  • change port number to 995 for incoming, 465 for outgoing
  • bump up the Server Timeouts slider to the high end
  • Click OK, Next, Finish
Turn off whatever email scanning your anti-virus package is doing. Comcast already scans incoming email for viruses, and your outgoing email isn’t going to be infected unless your machine is already infected, so there’s no point checking it all the time.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 04 March 2008 - 11:34 PM.


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Posted 05 March 2008 - 06:44 PM

Queen-Evie,

First of Thank you for posting these setups for me.

I am concerned about the line;
change port number to 995 for incoming, 465 for outgoing

My settings are 110 and 587.

My settings were 110 and 25 (default).

That is a significant difference. Why would anything be working if these are so different. I will try them and I will post the results here.

Thanks Again,
Jim

Edited by IdMnstr, 05 March 2008 - 06:45 PM.


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Posted 05 March 2008 - 06:57 PM

Queen-Evie,

Those sttings didn't work. I received a new error;

Task 'mail.comcast.net - Receiving' reported error (0x8004210A) : 'The operation timed out waiting for a response from the receiving (POP) server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'

I think those numbers are examples only.

Regards,
Jim

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 09:21 PM

Drat. The settings I posted work in most cases.
Are you still having problems getting to the Comcast help forum?
I'm still thinking that may be the place to post about your issues.

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 12:05 PM

You may have moved beyond this step, but I offer it anyway. Enable the log to capture the exchange that takes place to send & receive mail. I assume that Events Logs have not been found to be helpful so far.

For OE6 >> Tools ! Options ! Maintenance ! Troubleshoot ! mail

The 'oe ! help' will tell you how to find the logs. [*smtp, *pop3, *.log]

The help advises that you turn off the logging to avoid creating a large log file.

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 07:59 PM

Hi,

Thank you for the suggestion on the log.

I have the log but I don't what I am looking for.

I tried to paste it here but it times out.

Regards,
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Posted 06 March 2008 - 08:28 PM

Yahoo!!! Pardon the Pun!

Got the Send to Work.

I started outlook in Safe mode.

The email went out right away.

This means I have an Outlook a conflicting application or add-in

Ok, Now What?

Regards,
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Posted 07 March 2008 - 06:39 PM

Sample log files. Compare to your log(s)

Messages: 0 sent, 0 received
[codebox]Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
POP3 Log started at 03/07/2008 17:07:44
POP3: 17:07:45 [rx] +OK ready
POP3: 17:07:45 [tx] USER xxx
POP3: 17:07:45 [rx] +OK Password required for xxx.
POP3: 17:07:45 [tx] PASS ********
POP3: 17:07:45 [rx] +OK xxx has 0 visible messages (0 hidden) in 0 octets.
POP3: 17:07:45 [tx] STAT
POP3: 17:07:45 [rx] +OK 0 0
POP3: 17:07:45 [tx] QUIT
POP3: 17:07:45 [rx] +OK Pop server at grayfox.svs.com signing off.[/codebox]
Messages: 1 sent, 0 received
[codebox]Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
SMTP Log started at 03/07/2008 17:12:35
SMTP: 17:12:43 [rx] 220 grayfox.svs.com ESMTP Sendmail 8.14.1/8.14.1; Fri, 7 Mar 2008 17:12:39 -0600 (CST)
SMTP: 17:12:43 [tx] EHLO n2800
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-grayfox.svs.com Hello d192-24-33-86.nap.wideopenwest.com [24.192.86.33], pleased to meet you
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-ENHANCEDSTATUSCODES
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-PIPELINING
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-8BITMIME
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-SIZE 1410065408
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-DSN
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-ETRN
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-STARTTLS
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250-DELIVERBY
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250 HELP
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] AUTH LOGIN
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 334 VXNlcm5hbWU6
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] cmVm
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 334 UGFzc3dvcmQ6
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] bjMydWNvbTM=
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 235 2.0.0 OK Authenticated
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] MAIL FROM: <xxx@svs.com>
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250 2.1.0 <xxx@svs.com>... Sender ok
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] RCPT TO: <eeeeee@yahoo.com>
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250 2.1.5 <eeeeee@yahoo.com>... Recipient ok
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] DATA
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 354 Enter mail, end with "." on a line by itself
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx]
.
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 250 2.0.0 m27NCdNG028774 Message accepted for delivery
SMTP: 17:12:44 [tx] QUIT
SMTP: 17:12:44 [rx] 221 2.0.0 grayfox.svs.com closing connection[/codebox]

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 07:59 PM

Here is my Log. It looks different;
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2008.03.06 19:08:48 <<<< Logging Started (level is LTF_TRACE) >>>>
2008.03.06 19:08:48 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation started (flags = 00000001)
2008.03.06 19:08:48 mail.comcast.net: UploadItems: 0 messages to send
2008.03.06 19:08:48 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation completed
2008.03.06 19:08:48 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation started (flags = 00000030)
2008.03.06 19:08:48 mail.comcast.net: DoPOPDownload(flags = 00000030, max msg = ffffffff): full items
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Begin execution
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ========= Initial blob =========
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ===================================
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Port: 110, Secure: no, SPA: no
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Finding host
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connecting to host
2008.03.06 19:08:48 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK (rwcrpxc57) Maillennium POP3/PROXY server #35
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Authorizing to server
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] USER idmnstr2
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] PASS *****
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK ready
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Authorized to host
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] STAT
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK 0 0
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ==== Comparing server and local blobs ====
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ==========================================
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Do deletions: LoS: no
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Disconnecting from host
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] QUIT
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK comcast.net
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Disconnected from host
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ========= No blob changes =========
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ===================================
2008.03.06 19:08:49 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): End execution
2008.03.06 19:08:49 mail.comcast.net: ReportStatus: RSF_COMPLETED, hr = 0x00000000
2008.03.06 19:08:49 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation completed
2008.03.06 19:09:08 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation started (flags = 00000001)
2008.03.06 19:09:08 mail.comcast.net: UploadItems: 1 messages to send
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Begin execution
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Port: 587, Secure: no, SPA: no
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Finding host
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Connecting to host
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 220 OMTA07.westchester.pa.mail.comcast.net comcast ESMTP server ready
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] EHLO IdMonster
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-OMTA07.westchester.pa.mail.comcast.net hello [76.118.160.218], pleased to meet you
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-HELP
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN CRAM-MD5
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-SIZE 15728640
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-ENHANCEDSTATUSCODES
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-8BITMIME
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250-STARTTLS
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250 OK
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Authorizing to server
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] AUTH LOGIN
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 334 VXNlcm5hbWU6
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] aWRtbnN0cjI=
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 334 UGFzc3dvcmQ6
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] *****
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 235 2.7.0 ... authentication succeeded
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Authorized to host
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] MAIL FROM: <*****>
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250 2.1.0 <*****> sender ok
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] RCPT TO: <*****>
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 250 2.1.5 <*****> recipient ok
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx] DATA
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): <rx> 354 enter mail, end with "." on a line by itself
2008.03.06 19:09:08 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): [tx]
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2008.03.06 19:09:53 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:09:53 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): Disconnected from host
2008.03.06 19:09:53 SMTP (smtp.comcast.net): End execution
2008.03.06 19:09:53 mail.comcast.net: ReportStatus: RSF_COMPLETED, hr = 0x800ccc0f
2008.03.06 19:09:53 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation completed
2008.03.06 19:10:03 Resource manager terminated


2008.03.06 19:22:23 <<<< Logging Started (level is LTF_TRACE) >>>>
2008.03.06 19:22:23 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation started (flags = 00000001)
2008.03.06 19:22:23 mail.comcast.net: UploadItems: 0 messages to send
2008.03.06 19:22:23 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation completed
2008.03.06 19:22:23 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation started (flags = 00000030)
2008.03.06 19:22:23 mail.comcast.net: DoPOPDownload(flags = 00000030, max msg = ffffffff): full items
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Begin execution
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ========= Initial blob =========
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ===================================
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Port: 110, Secure: no, SPA: no
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Finding host
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connecting to host
2008.03.06 19:22:23 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:22:24 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK (rwcrpxc57) Maillennium POP3/PROXY server #275
2008.03.06 19:22:24 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Authorizing to server
2008.03.06 19:22:24 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] USER idmnstr2
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] PASS *****
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK ready
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Authorized to host
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Connected to host
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] STAT
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK 0 0
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ==== Comparing server and local blobs ====
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ==========================================
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Do deletions: LoS: no
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Disconnecting from host
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): [tx] QUIT
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): <rx> +OK comcast.net
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): Disconnected from host
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ========= No blob changes =========
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): ===================================
2008.03.06 19:22:25 POP3 (mail.comcast.net): End execution
2008.03.06 19:22:25 mail.comcast.net: ReportStatus: RSF_COMPLETED, hr = 0x00000000
2008.03.06 19:22:25 mail.comcast.net: Synch operation completed
2008.03.06 19:22:46 Resource manager terminated
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