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    Default [SOLVED] After upgrade pop mail accounts missing

    I have upgraded from the Beta version to the current one, and when it opened all the accounts were missing. I was able to add the Gmail and Yahoo accounts and the mail is there, but about 4 Popmail accounts are missing along with the entire correspondence of about 10 years.

    Please don't tell me I can't have them back
    I am reading the previous threads and it looks like my worst fear will come true.

    If this is true and the email messages disappear, shouldn't the user be warned before upgrading?

    I hope you have a solution for me, because losing those emails would be a disaster.

    Thanks.

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    Never mind. I have restarted it and it is all there.

    You scared me

    Thanks.

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    Looks like I have two versions, because the accounts I have added into the new are gone....

    But I am happy to have everything working again.

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