This is the first time I’ve run into this… I have one of my webcam XP setups running on a small “netbook” in a Tree house in my back yard. (Don’t ask… I was looking to see who was up there without permission, and it turned out to be cats> Anyway, Doing this brought up some problems I’d never realized in all the years and versions I’ve had. First, for whatever reason, no matter how many times I’ve “saved settings”, the option box to send security captures by email doesn’t persist through restarts. I think that’s an old bug, but that’s not my problem… apparently the program has been running for over a week saving up images, so when I recently fixed its settings the floodgates opened, and I got tons of email. So I went back and checked the default location where it was storing its captures. Nothing there! So just to be on the safe side, I changed the capture location to an area within “My Documents” (rather than Application data). Well… I figured there would still be some residual emails, but when I got back to my computer where I receive my emails, I’m still seeing dozens of emails coming in, each with another dozen photos, and its very obvious these photos are still days behind.
So question #1: How can I definitively FLUSH the email queue.
Question #2, if this can be done remotely, I’d like to know. But I’ve never set up a password or admin credentials on this machine, and no “defualt” login I can think of seems to work. I’ve tried no entry, "admina + admin, admin + 1234. Nothing works. But maybe I can’t clear the image cache that way even if I did log in?
Thanks for any guidance.