808080 April 19, 2009 at 03:34:59 Specs: Windows XP
When I start up my pc I get a pop-up box which says "The e-mail server is currently unavailable. Please try again later." The box just has an OK button. This box is coming from the csrss.exe process. Anyone know what this is about?!
I have AVAST. Every few minutes the email scanner icon appears in my system tray for a second or two. Although it doesn't appear that any emails have actually been scanned when I check. I only use internet based email so I'm really confused!
I am getting the same message on 2 windows machines. One is a desktop Vista Ultimate. The other is a laptop XP SP3. Only when off line. Every 10 minutes or so. VERY ANNOYING. No viruses. I have AVG on both machines. No message when online.
I found that it was a web email account I have trying to check for emails, nothing to worry about in my case. I have a quick login program for the email account in question, think it was a setting in there.
I used Packet Analyzer 6.3 to check what was causing the message.
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