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David

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Msg#: 455 posted 7:54 pm on Mar 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

I have Mozilla mail working good for me with the exception of sound notification. I get the system beep. Prefs window lets you pick a .wav.

I have done some searches and found some problems in the past but haven't seen recent ones. I don't see any bug reports.

Its begining to look like there is a config problem on my box or I am missing a package to pull it together.

Can anyone confirm that the sound works or have an Idea where I should look to solve this?

Redhat 8.0 - gnome desktop - Mozilla 1.3b

 

4eyes

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Msg#: 455 posted 9:57 pm on Mar 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

Mandrake 9, Mozilla 1.3b, KDE

Never bothered before, but just tried it now - no sound:(

With Mozilla 1.0, I used to get the beep (never tried the wav file) - now even the beep isn't there.

I'd switch back to 1.2, but I like the spam filter too much.

David

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 455 posted 5:05 pm on Mar 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

Bummer ..

I was realy hoping to hear someone say it works. Seems there should be some sort of hack.

Spam filter is nice I am getting about a 2% false/positive and it seems that it is getting better.

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