Microsoft KB Archive/48422
Article ID: 48422
Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 1.37
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 2.0
- Microsoft Mail for Appletalk Networks 3.0
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 3.0a
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 3.0b
- Microsoft Mail for Appletalk Networks 3.1
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 3.1a
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 3.1c
This article was previously published under Q48422
Version 1.37 of the Microsoft Mail PC Client was not tested with AppleShare PC version 2.0. Microsoft does not guarantee the performance of the Mail 1.37 PC Client if you use it with AppleShare PC. You should unload the Mail Notifier from memory before running AppleShare PC by typing "notifier off" (without quotation marks) at the MS- DOS prompt.
If you load the Mail Notifier over the software modules (ASHARE.COM, APRINT.COM, MINSES.EXE, and REDIR.EXE) required to run AppleShare PC, you may encounter one of the following problems:
- If you try to run the AppleShare desk accessory (DA.EXE), you receive the message "AppleTalk driver not installed."
- If you try to print to a printer selected through the AppleShare desk accessory (DA), the computer beeps and the printer generates no output.
AppleShare PC was released after Microsoft Mail PC Client version 1.37 and therefore was not tested with version 1.37. Microsoft Mail PC Client version 2.0 and Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks, version 3.0 were tested for compatibility with AppleShare PC version 2.0.
The Mail Notifier, like the AppleShare PC desk accessory, is a terminate- and-stay-resident (TSR) program. TSR programs remain in memory while you run other programs. It is not unusual for multiple TSRs running at the same time to conflict with each other.
Additional query words: 1.37 2.00 3.00 3.00a 3.00b 3.10 3.10a 3.10c