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Cobalt Cube 3 Email Problems

Posted on 2004-10-27
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
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
Question by:nextech01
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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:


Author Comment

ID: 12441236

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

thanks for the link


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