heh, heh, Russian infantry defending? German bodies will be stacking up so high, you'll end up using them like sandbags! (at least until my green troops panic and run, and get shot in the back...)How about an email address JoeB?
You're the Russian's on defense, get those SMG's ready!
ya turns out comcast sent me an email over the weekend, but it went to my junkmail folder. anyway apparently while i was off with a buddy gambling, drinking, and ogling women in Reno for a guys weekend, my wife opens some junkmail and wammo... that's what i get for having fun heh :drink:Bob, that sounds like a similar problem I had. I could send but not receive.
The gist of the problem was that the service providers went about trying to reduce the spam that comes through. Thier method was to block a port that most spam used. Problem was that this port was used for sending messages. Smart of them.
I called comcast and they were completely useless, finally directing me to take my case to microsoft. Comcast wasn't smart enough or didn't care enough to tell people to change the port for outgoing mail. Whether they informed their CSRs or told them to not say anything abou it, who can say.
I finally did a google search with keywords to the effect of can't send but can receive and found some useful hits.
I changed my port to 587. See if that helps. It was the cure for me.
Today was the first time I recieved your #3 and I'll make sure to zip #4 back to you. BTW how come all the yellow snow on your side of the map? :clown:Just make sure you zip the files. Attached txt files seem to stop the emails dead in their tracks at times. I got file #2 again but I had already sent you #3. I sent it again today.
Yeah really, if the weather here in Winnipeg was only as nice as it was in my games I'd be out and about doing something besides playing 8 CM games simultaneously :freak:Mr Numberz, could you have made it snow a little harder? It's nice actually, as soon as my tanks stop, they are covered in a blanket of camo snow..