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    Pauld
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    Winpopup

    Greetings to all and thank you for suggestions in advance.


    A problem has occurred with a user of winpopup.
    Ever since this user received a message from another person on the their network while this person was logged in at two work stations.

    Ever since this person received messages while logged into the network twice has never been about to receive messages again, (when logged in once only).


    Any suggestions

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    Silver Lounger
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    Re: Winpopup

    I think that winpopup uses the computer name to identify who/where the message should sent to. Check the network computer name and ensure that it's not the same as any others, this may fix your problem.

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    Pauld
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    Re: Winpopup

    I thankyou for your suggestion.
    This user resides on a network with standardised naming on each computer. They should be unique, but having said this will go and check in case this situ makes me incorrect.

    winpopup will use either the user login id, the computer name or the workgroup id.

    I suspect there may be a duplicate entry of the user's id somewhere. Just a matter of finding it, if this is the case.

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    Re: Winpopup

    I can see winpopup choking on itself pretty easily if there were a duplicate anywhere in the system... it's not a very powerful program.. If that doesn't work, re-post, i'll dig around a little more.

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