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Notifications from groups are sent to you via Email, as are receipts from Marketplace purchases and offline instant messages from friends.

The additional advantage to this is that you can reply to offline IMs by replying to the emails in your inbox, and view group notifications older than 30 days.

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Notifications from groups are sent to you via Email, as are receipts from Marketplace purchases and offline instant messages from friends.

The additional advantage to this is that you can reply to offline IMs by replying to the emails in your inbox, and view group notifications older than 30 days.

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Adding to Freya's reply, I would like to mention that crashing so frequently is not a normal behaviour. Check your internet connection, if you use wireless, don't. Use a regular cable instead. See also if your machine meets SL's technical requirements. 

https://secondlife.com/my/support/system-requirements/index.php?

Here's more about improving the viewer's performances:

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/How-to-improve-Viewer-performance/ta-p/1316923

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Some issues you might encounter are due to “bad” gestures (for lack of a better term). In brief, one or more gestures may fail to load properly and cause the viewer to time out.

Symptoms which may be the result of problem gestures include:

  • You are unable to log in properly without having to clear cache fully before doing so.
    It should never be necessary to clear cache before logging in, so if you have to do this, something is wrong. Some find that if they don't clear cache each time, they get logged out within seconds of logging in, or perhaps they are ruthed or a cloud every time, or even that they crash shortly after log in.

In some cases, you will see that there is an error in loading one or more gestures. If you do, make careful note of which ones, then find them and deactivate them - or better, delete them. If there is no such message, then please read at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/gesture_issues

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