HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SmallBusinessServer\Network\pop3connector\DeleteFromServer / Change the value to 0
For “Spooler has encountered an error and needs to close” on Windows XP see http://www.ehow.com/how_5820922_fix-encountered-problem-needs-close_.html
1 Restart the computer by clicking the Windows Start button, clicking the arrow to the right of “Shut Down” and clicking “Restart.”
2 Press the “F8” key repeatedly as the computer boots until the boot menu appears on the screen.
3 Select “Safe Mode” in the boot menu using the arrow keys and press “Enter.” If you’re asked to select an operating system, select the Windows 7 system and press “Enter.”
4 Click the Start button when the desktop appears, type “C:\Windows\System32\Spool\” into the text field that appears and and press “Enter.”
5 Right-click the “Printers” folder in the Spool folder and click “Delete” to delete it.
6 Double-click the “Drivers” folder in the Spool folder, then right-click the “W32x86” folder in the Drivers folder and click “Delete” to delete it.
7 Click the Start button, type “Regedit” into the search field and press “Enter.”
8 Navigate to the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Environments\Windows NT x86” key in the left pane of the Registry Editor.
9 Examine the subkeys under the “Windows NT x86” key in the left pane. If you see any subkeys other than the “Drivers” and “Print Processors,” right-click the “Windows NT x86” key, click “Export” and save the contents of the key to a file, then delete the other subkeys by right-clicking them and clicking “Delete” for each.
10 Navigate to the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Monitors” key in the left pane of the Registry Editor.
11 Examine the subkeys under the “Monitors” key in the left pane. If you see any subkeys other than the “BJ Language Monitor,” “Local Port,” “PJL Language Monitor,” “Standard TCP/IP Port” and “USB Monitor” keys, right-click the “Monitors” key, click “Export” and save the contents of the key to a file, then delete the other subkeys by right-clicking them and clicking “Delete” for each.
12 Unplug the printer if it’s connected to the computer. Restart the computer.
13 Reconnect the printer after the computer finishes restarting and install it normally.
BT now requires SSL for incoming and TLS for outgoing, which is a problem for users of Outlook 2003 because there is no actual setting for TLS and thus, the sending takes a long time to handshake if you set the send to SSL. It does eventually go, however.
I mean, what’s one got to do with the other?