#423 YPOPs! doesn't load E-Mails with large attachments

HTTP (47)

I use Win98SE and a 56 kBit Modem. When YPOPs! tries to
receive a E-Mail with an attachment larger than about
500 KB, it loads for about one minute and then suddenly
stops loading. There is no error message and no entry
to the log file.
It doesn't load following E-Mails, too. I would have to
remove the large E-Mail from my Inbox manually to get
YPOPs! load following E-Mails.

There is no problem with the Internet connection, and
YPOPs! continues working after the abort. When I press
the "Get Mail" Button of my E-Mail client again, YPOPs!
immediately checks the Inbox and tries to load the
large E-Mail again.


  • Anuj Seth

    Anuj Seth - 2006-07-23

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    Thank you for using YahooPOPs! and thank you for bringing the
    problem report to our notice.

    Based on the report you have filed, at first glance we believe this
    could be a bug in the product.

    We have assigned the report to a developer who might be
    interacting with you via this active bug report to gather more
    information (if required) to fix this problem.

    If you feel that there is no progress being made on the report,
    kindly add a comment to this bug report itself. Do not raise
    another bug report or try to get in touch directly with the developer
    via email.

    We internally prioritize bug reports and try to fix the critical ones

    Once a fix is made available, we will close this report and inform
    you about the release number which will contain the fix to this

    • The YahooPOPs! Team
  • Don Beusee

    Don Beusee - 2006-07-24

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    Please try with the latest code, Right click on
    ypops icon, select check for updates. It will lead you to
    the web site.
    If the issue is still there, please supply the ypops.log
    and all files ending with html - put them in a zip file
    and upload here.


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