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By cjd ·
Which files have the extension .rhc?
Where are they used and what applications use them?

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by pjpatiky In reply to File Extension

CJ - Through many File Extension searches I found no exact .rhc extension. The only near hit was that rhc means "Regional Holding Company".

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by cjd In reply to File Extension

I think that the extension has something to do with Outlook

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by pjpatiky In reply to File Extension

CJ - From a selction of approx 90 File Extension encyclopedia Web sites I chose approx 25 "most probable" Web sites to search. There is NO .rhc.
I'll be happy, and add to my knowledge, if you tell ME what .rhc is and where you obtained the definition.

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by emcs In reply to File Extension

I have seen .rhc before. I have not had to look for it , but it is use in at least one application.

Don't give up.

dennie

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by emcs In reply to File Extension

Cannot Retrieve E-mail on The Microsoft Network

The Microsoft Network versions 1.2, 1.3, 2.0
Microsoft Windows 95

SYMPTOMS
When you attempt to retrieve your e-mail on The Microsoft Network, you may experience one of the following symptoms:

The Microsoft Network may not appear under the Remote Mail or Deliver Now Using command.

The Remote Mail and Deliver Now Using commands may be unavailable.

CAUSE
These issues may occur if your Windows 95 user name contains an invalid character such as a backslash, comma, or period. Your Windows 95 user name is used to create your Remote Mail headers file (in the form "MOS<Windows 95 user name>.rhc"). If your Windows 95 user name is not a valid file name, you may experience the issues described above.

If you are not using an invalid character, the .rhc file may be damaged.

RESOLUTION
To resolve this issue, change your Windows 95 user name so that all the characters are valid for file names.

If your user name is valid, delete the "MOS<Windows 95 user name>.rhc" file from the Windows folder.

I knew I had seen the .rhc before. Currently I am not on Windows 95 or outlook.

dennie

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by pjpatiky In reply to File Extension

Dennie - Even I Thank You.

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by purple713 In reply to File Extension

They are associated with Outlook. But I think it they are program files for Outlook.

Hope this is what you were looking for.

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