In article <E1HbGzi-000EVC-7T@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > > > I occasionally get "Error number 60" and "Error number 51" but I have > > never seen an interpretation of them. Can someone let me know what > > they indicate, please? They cropped up quite regularly when I was > > having connection problems on PlusNet but I never knew exactly what > > they meant. > 60 is a timeout 61 is connection refused 65 is no route to host > 51 - did you mean 61? > All of these are errors when AntiSpam is trying to establish a > connection with a POP3 server. The ones I've listed are those most > likely when a correctly-working program has a problem caused by the > underlying connection (in your network or further away) or at the > distant server itself. Other error codes are more likely to be seen > when the AntiSpam developer is trying to get the code right in the first > place - there's little point in me telling you what they Thank you for the interpretation. I have scanned back through loads of old Log files without finding the error number 51, but I was sure I had that, too. Perhaps I was mistaken. Thanks anyway, John -- ____ /__ __________________________ /____Mail from John@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx . . . using RISCOS 5.13 on an XScale powered Iyonix computer.