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Cobalt Cube 3 Email Problems

Posted on 2004-10-27
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I have a Cobalt Cube 3,  its webmail is listed at Ver 1.0
the problem im having is that no matter what account i log into i cant send attachments.
email its self works ok,  but when i click on compose, and click the "green +" icon,  then select any file..  .exe, .txt, .zip, ...etc
then select submit button nothing happens,   the "add file to window" screen just sits there....

Would appreciate some help on this
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wesly_chen earned 2000 total points
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Do you update all the patches for the Cobalt Cube 3 through BlueLink (? through the web interface)?
Besides, are you talking about the webmail interface?

You might want to check the following URL:
http://cobalt-forum.sun.com/forum/index.php?t=thread&frm_id=2&

Wesly
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Cool,

i was able to retrieve the 6.4 OS upgrade and that solved my problem.

thanks for the link

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