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Outlook Express5 (Character Echo)

By rlbush ·
Whenever my father-in-law replys to a message I send to him (I'm using Eudora 4.2) it will return to me like this for example:

Tthhaannkk yyoouu ffoorr yyoouurr mmeessssaaggee..

Everything is echoed twice. He is using the @Home service and is connecting via a cable modem. I have checked already with a variety of sources to discover a solution to the error. One suggestion was to check his modem duplex; not applicable. Another was to reinstall my Eudora or his Outlook Express, again, made no difference. I would appreciate any suggestions.

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by MCSE Lee In reply to Outlook Express5 (Charact ...

Look for a Modem Initialization String for his modem. In the manula for the modem, it will state whether the modem uses the Hayes Command Set, and which value to change (and to what) to set the "Local Echo" (I think it's 'E= ', but I'm not positive).

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by rlbush In reply to Outlook Express5 (Charact ...

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by rsprince In reply to Outlook Express5 (Charact ...

Answer one is right on target... These Int. strings I long forgot, best bet is to place a new PNP modem in both computers, and let windows pick it up...

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