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  1. Perhaps this solution to the problem of translation is too inaccurate, so here is an illustrated sequence of the procedure. @Thomas S. I am happy for you that WU/MU in IE8 works for you again.
  2. With you, it has unfortunately led to serious problems because of KB4487085, I'm sorry that it did not work.
  3. Do you also receive the error message 0x80072F8A in IE8 at WU/MU?
  4. To compare the entries, I made a search for updates in IE8 under MU (https://www.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en).
  5. The error 0x80072F8A in IE8 at WU / MU at @SD73 was not related to HTTPSProxy! If you have this error then run the error solution point by point. Possible problem solving: Under Control Panel, go to Internet Options > Advanced, scroll to Security for the different encryption types SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2. Make a tick in an unused encryption mode like SSL 3.0 and take over, then remove the tick again with encryption type SSL 3.0 and take over again. For encryption type, TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.2 should still be activated.  What error message do you get on the PC when you try to call IE8 WU/MU? Does WU/MU work in IE8 when HTTPSProxy is disabled? Regardless of the error message, I have no problems running WU/MU under IE8 with my setting in the config.ini at HTTPSProxy. [SSL Pass-Thru] urs.microsoft.com c.microsoft.com* *update.microsoft.com* *one.microsoft.com*
  6. If you have already uninstalled KB4487085 and still have errors after your screenshot, you should also try uninstalling KB4486463.
  7. It @SD73 was about the error message 0x80072F8A by IE8 at WU/MU. Possible problem solving: Under Control Panel, go to Internet Options > Advanced, scroll to Security for the different encryption types SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2. Make a tick in an unused encryption mode like SSL 3.0 and take over, then remove the tick again with encryption type SSL 3.0 and take over again. For encryption type, TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.2 should still be activated. 
  8. This entry is not needed, at least for my HTTPSProxy and / or I have additional entries in the config.ini. That's why you do not have to worry. @Mathwiz For [SSL Pass-Thru], try the entrys "*update.microsoft.com*", "c.microsoft.com*", "*one.microsoft.com*" and remove "www.update.microsoft.com" from [SSL No-Verify]. @ All Good News The faulty update KB4487085 is no longer available for AU / WU / MU.
  9. One possibility is to uninstall an update with ERD Commander 5.0 (bootable medium). If this is not possible, use another bootable medium (eg Kaspersky Notfall CD) in the registry under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SideBySide\Installations] to see the entries "x86_Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_24ed72db" and " x86_policy.1.0.Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_32b5093b" delete (make sure that the entries may differ by name something that is the GdiPlus entries with 1.0.6002.24558). Under the folder "%windir%\WinSxS" "\x86_Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_24ed72db" delete (here also names may differ slightly, pay attention to 1.0.6002.24558). Restart and uninstall KB4487085 in Safe Mode. I wish you success!
  10. Again gave an MSO update. KB4461614 (02/12/2019) & KB4462174 (02/07/2019)
  11. With KB4487085 (gdiplus.dll, mf3216.dll), the file gdiplus.dll (version 5.2.6002.24558 vistasp2_ldr_escrow.190111-1700) causes a lot of problems. A test only to install the file mf3216.dll led to no apparent problems. Let's hope Microsoft released a working update for KB4487085.
  12. For some users, KB4486463 may cause installation problems because part of the kernel will be updated. If necessary, execute manually with the parameter "-o". windowsxp-kb4486463-x86-embedded-enu_8ab6c1cbd442dbdd8667993af4ee093abf09fb41.exe -o
  13. heinoganda

    sTunnel for modern email protocols in old email clients

    There were no problems with these e-mails. This code was broken, this does not matter anymore, if there is a suitable Eudora plugin. Preferably a plugin where this modern style code from the source code of the e-mail removed, since this is not processed as so, as would be possible as from IE9.
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    sTunnel for modern email protocols in old email clients

    @Dave-H The e-mails have arrived, we are waiting for @jumper if he can create a plugin where from the e-mails of Sky corresponding style code can remove, then it should first be over with these loading delays at Eudora. Then I will first devote myself to the updates, some are more like last month.
  15. heinoganda

    sTunnel for modern email protocols in old email clients

    Because you did not forward the original e-mail, but added the comment "Sent from my smartphone", the HTML code was taken from the smartphone where the Web Open Font Format was processed. Of course Eudora has no problems with this e-mail.
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