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  1. Twice in the past 2 or 3 weeks, my wife has had all of the email in her inbox disappear. She uses Squirrel mail to check her email and nothing else. I did check Outlook and Outlook Express to make sure, and none of her email is in there. Is there some sort of new setting that purges email from the inbox? I have never had this happen to my email account, but I also don't keep email in my inbox normally. Thanks, Chad
  2. Is it possible to install the squirrelmail addon that allows importing of addresses? I know this has been discussed here before, but I don't know what become of it. If that is not an option, then I would like to know if anyone has successfully installed squirrelmail with the address import addon. I installed squirrelmail and the addon today, and everything appears to work, except when I click on the "IMPORT" button I get an error message telling me that I didn't type in a file to import, which I did.
  3. I had an email rejected by a Road Runner email account, even though I've sent email to the same address recently. The reason given for the refusal is included below. I've never had this type of problem before, and I certainly don't send out spam, so I'm hoping there is a solution for this.
  4. I could be wrong, but it seems like I've seen errors like this before when I had extra unnecessary space at the bottom of one or more of my php include files. I don't know how the extra spaces get there, but I've seen it many times.
  5. OK, I figured it out.... and it does work in IE and Firebird. Below is a very simple example of how it can be done if your calendars are images. Note: the code below requires jan.gif and feb.gif to work correctly.
  6. Are the calendars text or image? If they are image calendars then I believe you could just use the "onclick" event to assign a new image source for each of the different calendars. I've done it before playing around, but I don't remember off the top of my head how to do it - and I don't know if it works on all browsers. I could do a little more research if this sounds useful.
  7. It's 6:20am here in Texas. The day is just getting started.
  8. docamit, Hey, that great! I'm glad I could help. It's not very often that I can offer advice - usually it's the other way around!
  9. Congratulations! We have 2 girls similar in age to your 2 girls. Our youngest is 4 months old now. Isn't it wonderful to have a website to show off your family?! Thanks for sharing.
  10. I remember seeing this from when I was using Frontpage a few months ago. The error did not effect how my form operated after publishing it to the web. I think the error is just telling you that it won't operate correctly on your home computer since you're not on a server. Try publishing it and see how it works.
  11. chadf

    Need Css Help

    Well that explains it. I was getting so frustrated because everytime I would get something to work in IE, it would fall apart in Firebird - and vice versa. But all of my CSS struggles have paid off in the end because I learned a lot and I got it working exactly how I wanted it - with help from you and Jack of course. Thanks again!
  12. TCH is the first hosting company that I've used and I am very pleased with my experience so far. I've had few problems and the problems I have had have been quickly addressed. I have also learned a WHOLE lot by keeping up with the forums. My site design skills have improved immensely due to all the great advice given on the forums. It's wonderful to have a place where you can always go to get an answer (or at least get pointed in the right direction). I am very surprised when I read a negative comment about TCH because I can't imagine a better hosting experience. I wouldn't call hosting a web site a "simple" thing to do, and I think there are some who have unrealistic expectations. I feel very fortunate to have "stumbled" upon TCH, and I appreciate the staff and the "family" that I've found here.
  13. It seems a little futile to try to get people to change their habits. Most people that I know who forward emails aren't that computer literate and don't really worry about viruses - until they get hit. I've been pretty fortunate and have only been very minimally effected by the latest rash of email viruses. I use my yahoo account for most things and my personal email is kept very private. And of course I never open an attachment.
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