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how_to:problems_accessing_vpop3_settings [2010/03/15 16:33]
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   - If VPOP3 shows the Webmail page, and doesn'​t have an '​Administer'​ button on the menu, then that means that either the user you logged in as is not a VPOP3 administrator,​ or the administration access restrictions have been set so that this computer cannot access the settings.   - If VPOP3 shows the Webmail page, and doesn'​t have an '​Administer'​ button on the menu, then that means that either the user you logged in as is not a VPOP3 administrator,​ or the administration access restrictions have been set so that this computer cannot access the settings.
  
-If you have problems after this:+If you have problems after this with VPOP3 v5 or later, see:  
 +  * [[non-administrator|Trying to perform administrative tasks without rights]] 
 +  * [[bad bindings|VPOP3 Webmail/​admin service and/or Status service is not listening on correct IP addresses or ports]] 
 + 
 +For VPOP3 v4 and earlier, see below:
   - go to **Start -> Programs -> VPOP3 -> VPOP3 Emergency Settings**. This should bring up a Windows dialog. (Note that if you are running on Windows Vista or later, you will need to stop the VPOP3 service before doing this).   - go to **Start -> Programs -> VPOP3 -> VPOP3 Emergency Settings**. This should bring up a Windows dialog. (Note that if you are running on Windows Vista or later, you will need to stop the VPOP3 service before doing this).
   - Log in at the Windows login page. If you cannot log in, then that means that either the user you are logging in as is not a VPOP3 administrator,​ or you have forgotten the login details - see [[Lost Password|here for some suggestions]].   - Log in at the Windows login page. If you cannot log in, then that means that either the user you are logging in as is not a VPOP3 administrator,​ or you have forgotten the login details - see [[Lost Password|here for some suggestions]].
how_to/problems_accessing_vpop3_settings.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/14 10:45 (external edit)