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Old 12-25-2008, 02:50 AM   #1
Registered: Aug 2008
Location: Alexandria, Egypt
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Question Mail Notification 5.4 problem

I have just installed Mail Notification 5.4 but when I added my hotmail and yahoo accounts I have this messages:
1- Hotmail (unhandled windows live hotmail mailbox (cannot execute "GetLive": Failed to execute child process "GetLive" (No such file or directory))
2- Yahoo (unhandled Yahoo mailbox (cannot execute "fetchyahoo": Failed to execute child process "fetchyahoo" (No such file or directory))

So what I gonna do to fix this?


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