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Outlook not closing connection to pop3 mail account

Hi, I have a HTC S620 running Windows Mobile and MS Outlook.

When I try to connect to my pop3 email account it is not closing the connection. What happens is then when I try to connect using my PC it won't allow access as it assumes somebody is already connected.

Does anybody know of a setting that will force it to close the connection or is it a fault?

Thanks,

Mark

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If the outlook is like the ms outlook on standard windows then the hang up option appears when you hit send/receive button, in the pop up.

To the bottom left there is a check box which will hang up.

It should also be on the Connection Tab in Tools --> Options --> Connection

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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  • POP server port: 995
  • POP SSL required? Yes
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  • Password: The password you usually use to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live
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How to configure outlook 2003


Once you install Microsoft outlook from MS Office software package 2003 CD, go to

Step 1:Start ->programs -> Microsoft Office ->Microsoft office outlook2003.

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Step2:Click on next.
You can start configuring MS Outlook in another manner also, For that

Go to start ->programs ->microsoft office ->microsoft office outlook2003

Click cancel when the wizard comes up.Then you will get your Outlook opened.

Go to tools -> email accounts

This will bring you to the account configuration setup

Select Add a new E-mail Account and click next
Then countinue as from step 4

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Step3:Select do not upgrade option and click next


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Step4:Here select yes and click next


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Step5:Select pop3 and click next

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Step6:In this window, enter all the details.
Your name, email id and incoming mail server (pop3), outgoing mail server (SMTP), user name (it should be your email id) and password
Then click on more settings tab

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Step7:In general tabs give your account name, organization and re-email (these are optional) and go to the outgoing server tab


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Step8:Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and select use same settings as my incoming mail server options and got to advanced tab.


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Step9:There just enter the port numbers for POP3 and SMTP (It will be there by default, If its not there just give POP3 = 110 and SMTP = 25) and click OK


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Step10:Then click on test account settings tab

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If you configure your outlook perfectly you will get this window with all green marks. If you any of these tasks is not completed that means something wrong with your configuration, in that case you need to recheck your outlook settings

Step11:Click on CLOSE

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Step12:Then Click on next

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Step13:Click on finish.

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Congrates!! You have successfully configured msoutlook2003.In red column you can see your inbox, drafts, outbox etc.

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I have Outlook 2010 client on my PC. My ISP mail account is forwarded to Outlook via POP3 mail account. I also have a gmail account to which I forward all mail to from my ISP mail address. My gmail calendar is bi-directionally synchronised to my Outlook calendar using 'Google Calendar Sync' and likewise my gmail contacts are bi-directionally synchronised to my Outlook contacts using 'Go Contact Sync'. then it was a simple matter on my Windows Phone 7 to create a Google mail account to my gmail account. I can create contacts, calendar entries in either Outlook, Gmail or my phone and they are all sync'd with each other. 'Google Calendar Sync' and 'Go Contact Sync'' are free downloads.

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in order to get this you have to configure Outlook 2007 to connect to exchange server. Do the following steps
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  2. if you are running vista, xp or 7 click on the start menu and right click on email and go to properties
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Hi,
If you are trying to setup your email account on Windows XP, you should be using either the Outlook Express,MS Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird and other like Email clients.
You may look for the pop3 and smtp settings for your email account over the internet or else you may mention the exact problem here for a quick fix.
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since you are not able to access yahoo mails it might be for internet connection speed
incase that is not the case try to configure your outlook or ms outlook with yahoomail
Yahoo Mail offers standard POP3 access for receiving emails incoming through your Yahoo mailbox, by using your favorite email client software. To setup your email client for working with your Yahoo account, you need to select the POP3 protocol and use the following mail server settings:
    Yahoo Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.mail.yahoo.com (port 110)
    Yahoo Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - smtp.mail.yahoo.com (port 25)
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How can I connect my Yahoo email account with Windows Outlook 2003?


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Hi There, I have changed to a different computer and i cannot get my E-Mail through Outlook Express going. PLEASE can you help. Rosanna


Hi Rosanna,

If you have access to the other computer you can go to the Outlook Express (OE) menu - under Tools (I think) you will find the accounts option,

Open that and select your email acount and then select modify / Edit depends on your version.

Copy down the settings like pop3 server address and SMTP, your username and password and

then enter those details on the new computer's OE accounts section click on Add New Email Account

If you do not have access then try this.

Go to OE Tools->Accounts (may be under different menu)

Click add new Account
Enter the details it asks for
pop3 and SMTP servers are usually standardised
So if your email address is rosanna@here.com
pop3 will either be mail@here.com or pop3@here.com
the SMTP server will either be mail@here.com
or smtp@here.com

If you are connecting to hotmail then you will not get access to your email via OE anymore - you need to use Windows Live Mail or MS Outlook with the Outlook Mail Connector - available from MS.

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How to Synchronise yahoo mail in MS Outlook 2003


The problem is that in order to use Yahoo email on a Outlook, POP3 or HTTP, Yahoo asks you to get Yahoo Mail Plus. They are forcing you to pay for 19.99 a year to be allowed a POP3 account to use for your Outlook 2003 and mail forwarding.

I've tried several methods, even trying HTTP: mail.yahoo.com

Ive even used software that said it would allow this. But no luck.

POP3 is only provided and activated by YAHOO when you pay for the yearly subcription.

Sorry. Thats really the only solution there is to this because yahoo controls their services to every user.

I hope this helps.
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