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 In some versions of VPOP3, occasionally the Status Service may get disabled if there was a problem during initialisation - this will prevent the VPOP3 Status Monitor from connecting to VPOP3. In some versions of VPOP3, occasionally the Status Service may get disabled if there was a problem during initialisation - this will prevent the VPOP3 Status Monitor from connecting to VPOP3.
  
-To check this, run RegEdit, and find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\PaulSmith\VPOP3\Service\Number8** on the left. Then, on the right, check the value of the **Enabled** setting. If this is set to **0** then the service is disabled.+To check this, run RegEdit, and find **HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\PaulSmith\VPOP3\Service\Number8** on the left. Then, on the right, check the value of the **Enabled** setting. If this is set to **0** then the service is disabled.
  
 To re-enable the service, [[stop VPOP3]] (eg by killing it from the **Processes** list in Task Manager, or by stopping the service), then, in RegEdit, change the value of the **Enabled** setting to **1** and [[start VPOP3|restart VPOP3]] To re-enable the service, [[stop VPOP3]] (eg by killing it from the **Processes** list in Task Manager, or by stopping the service), then, in RegEdit, change the value of the **Enabled** setting to **1** and [[start VPOP3|restart VPOP3]]
  
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