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    Network error 10053 (Windows XP pro)

    I'm using Eudora 7.0.1.0 / Windows xp pro/ AVG virusscanner and can't send mail. I can only send one liners.
    Have done: Shut down my firewall, used netsh, checked eudora settings etc.
    An other pc in my network works only I use on that pc an older Eudora version.

    Error from Eudora is: Error reading from network Cause: connection aborted due to timeout or other failure (10053)

    Eudora log:

    Tue Jan 03 11:00:40 2006
    Version 7.0.1.0
    LogLevel 25759 (0x649F)
    Mode 0
    MAIN 128: 0.00 Leeway 10, Out: MBX 1135969204, TOC 1136282411
    MAIN 128: 0.00 Out .mbx size: MBX 16045, TOC 16046
    MAIN 128: 0.00 Leeway 10, In: MBX 1136139545, TOC 1136282411
    MAIN 128: 0.00 In .mbx size: MBX 3316945, TOC 3316946
    MAIN 128: 0.01 LOGNULL JJFileMT::Open() Cocuments and SettingsRolandApplication DataQualcommEudoraIn.mbx, Size: 3316945
    MAIN 128: 0.01 LOGNULL JJFileMT::Close() Cocuments and SettingsRolandApplication DataQualcommEudoraIn.mbx, Size: 3316945
    MAIN 16: 0.13 Preparing messages to Send: 2
    MAIN 16: 0.13 RSET
    MAIN 16: 0.13 MAIL FROM:<rvanlaar@xs4all.nl>
    MAIN 16: 0.13 RCPT TO:<rvanlaar@xs4all.nl>
    MAIN 16: 0.13 DATA
    MAIN 16: 0.13 test mail
    MAIN 16: 0.13 Processing AVG Scanner for Outgoing mail...
    MAIN 16: 0.13 test mail
    MAIN 16: 0.13 Preparing messages to Send: 1
    MAIN 16: 0.13 RSET
    MAIN 16: 0.13 MAIL FROM:<rvanlaar@xs4all.nl>
    MAIN 16: 0.13 RCPT TO:<verkoop@informatique.nl>
    MAIN 16: 0.13 DATA
    MAIN 16: 0.13 pc to stereo via netwerk
    MAIN 16: 0.13 Processing AVG Scanner for Outgoing mail...
    MAIN 16: 0.13 pc to stereo via netwerk
    MAIN 16: 0.13 Preparing messages to Send: 0
    3112 16: 0.13 Open 194.109.6.51:25
    3112 8: 0.44 Dialog: "Error reading from networkrn"
    3112 8: 0.44 Dialog: "rn"
    3112 8: 0.44 Dialog: "Cause: connection aborted due to timeout or other failure (10053)"

    Since I can send an one line e-mail I prosume it is a Winsock setting. Something to do with packaging? The Error code 10053 is (I think) a WinSock.dll error message. All the settings in Eudora are the same as another pc in this network. This machine is working well. So it can't be the settings from Eudora or the Router. Via the router is nothing blocked. Just standard settings. So it must be something in Windows Xp pro. Is there a regestry setting for how big the package's may be for outgoing mail.


    Can somebody help?

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    Re: Network error 10053 (Windows XP pro)

    There is no global setting in Windows that controls the length or size of messages, so it's probably Eudora-specific. Have you gone so far as to remove and reinstall Eudora to see if it corrects the problem? You might also consider trying the webmail variant for your ISP if you have the option (most do).
    -Mark

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    Re: Network error 10053 (Windows XP pro)

    Mark,

    I've contacted the support group of Eudora. They don't think it's a bug in Eudora. I've also used Eprompter (a simple mail program). Eprompter gives the same problem. This must be a Windows xp error. I'm now thinking about a virus scanner. I'm using AVG Free edition. Sometimes it finds a virus and you get the option Heal or move to Vault. I wonder if one of these files Windows xp pro uses has been damaged or deleted. I'm looking now for a list of files which Windows xp pro use for smtp. There must be more files than winsock.dll.

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    Re: Network error 10053 (Windows XP pro)

    Have you tried a System Restore? Have you upgraded/updated any software shortly before the problem surfaced? For more information on repairing a Winsock stack see howto repair winsock - Google Search.

    Joe
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