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WHEN i SEND E-MAIL FROM ms oUTLOOK/wIN xp i'M GETTING AN IMMEDiate reply in my inbox saying "451 4.3.0 Problem running virus-scanner". My wife is getting the same problem on her PC. Both problems started today.

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See if you have enabled "Scan OUTGOING mail" in your Anti Virus program. (the exact words may differ according to which virus scanner you use). If so diasble it.

This could also be an issue with the server you are sending to. Check to see if this is happening with all emails sent out or just a few..

It could also mean that your Anti Virus softwar
e is in the process of downloading updates and has not finished yet.

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I have a pc on XP outlook(uses Huweii 3g plug in) wireless OUTLOOK EXPRESS and a Laptop on win7 (uses SKY ADSL Broadband) both work ok but can't send/receive Win Live mail on Virgin.net what setting


Microsoft Live Mail is available on your web browser at www.outlook.com

pop settings are :-

incoming pop3.live.com port 25
outgoing smtp.live.com port 995
server requires authentication
both require secure connection (SSL)

Sep 04, 2014 | Dell Computers & Internet

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How to avoid viruses in Emails.


Dealing with the ever-growing onslaught of spam is bad enough, but our Inboxes are also under siege from another threat: viruses and Trojan horse programs disguised as legitimate message attachments, often from someone you know. When you open the attachment, the virus infects your computer, and then, behind the scenes, it uses Outlook to send virus laden messages to people in your Contacts folder.
You can avoid getting infected by one of these viruses by implementing a few commonsense procedures:
· Never open an attachment that comes from someone you don’t know.
· Even if you know the sender, if the attachment isn’t something you expect to receive, assume the sender’s system is infected. Write back and confirm that the sender sent the message.

Some viruses come packaged as scripts that are hidden within messages that use the HTML format. This means that the virus can run as soon as you view the message! If a message looks suspicious, don’t open it, just delete it. (Note that you need to turn off Outlook Reading pane before deleting the message. Otherwise, when you highlight the message, it displays in the Reading pane and sets off the virus. Select View>> Reading Pane>> Off.)
Install a top-of-the-line antivirus program, particularly one that checks incoming email. Also be sure to keep your antivirus program’s virus list up-to-date.
In addition to these general procedures, Outlook also comes with its own set of virus-protection features. For example, Outlook automatically disables certain types of attachments, such as executable files. However, if you want to ratchet up the security level in Outlook, you need to switch to a diet of plain text. That is, you need to tell Outlook to ignore HTML and Rich Text formatting and, instead, display all your messages using text with no special fonts, colors, HTML tags, images, backgrounds, or sounds: just simple, unadorned text where no virus or other malicious content can hide. Here are the steps to follow:


1. Choose Tools, Trust Center to open the Trust Center dialog box.
2. Click E-mail Security.
3. Click to activate the Read All Standard Mail in Plain Text check box.
4. Click OK.

When you receive an HTML or rich text message, Outlook converts the message to plain text when you view it either in the Reading pane or in its own window. The Information pane also includes the following message:

“This message was converted to plain text.”

on Jul 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Basic rules for keeping your computer safe


1. Buy and install a firewall program.
The firewall will block intruders from breaking into your Windows PC across the Internet. If you have a home network or network at a small office in which all the computers access the Internet through one Windows PC, install the firewall on that one PC. A program called BlackICE is the best by far. Get it from www.networkice.com.
If you don't have an Internet connection, you don't need to install a firewall program. A firewall has no use except as a barrier against unwanted entry from the outside. If your PC is not connected in any way to the outside world, don't install a firewall program.
2. Buy and install antivirus software.
But listen up. Nobody else will tell you the bad part about antivirus software: Most of it is overstuffed and underpowered, so skip the two big names (Norton and McAfee) and buy Fix-It from Mijenix instead. Fix-It comes with good AV software that doesn't overload your PC the way the Norton and McAfee programs do. (Norton is made by Symantec, so avoid Symantec antivirus software if it's sold under that name, also.)
Antivirus software is no good if you don't run it. In an ideal world, you would run it all the time. But you probably can't. AV software usually gets in the way when you (or your kids) are playing serious games. So as soon as you install your AV software, find out how to disable it so you can keep peace in the family. Then make sure you know how to reenable it when the PC is not used for games.
3. Unless you have a VERY good reason to use it, do not use Outlook Express for e-mail.
Outlook Express is deadly. It allows viruses to enter your computer when it gets the mail. You don't have to read the mail; just getting the mail is enough. (I'll explain how this happens in a minute.)
Use another program. Netscape Messenger is fine and does not have the problem. You can get Netscape Messenger free by downloading and installing the Netscape Communicator suite. Go to www.netscape.com.
Outlook Express is not the same as Outlook 97, Outlook 98 and Outlook 2000. If you are now using one of those Outlook programs, you can keep using them if you turn off the View function. Viewing a message in Outlook can allow viruses to enter your computer. Just as with Outlook Express, users of Outlook don't have to open or read the mail to let viruses in. Just viewing the mail is enough. (Outlook Express always shows the mail in the View function, visibly or not; even if it seems that you can turn it off, you actually can't stop this behavior. So you can't block some of the newest viruses. That's why Outlook Express is unacceptable.)
If you can't switch to a safer e-mail program right now, or if you want to keep using Outlook Express despite my warnings, go to http://www.microsoft.com/security/Bulletins/ms99-032.asp and follow the directions you see there. But please understand that the basic problems of Outlook Express are not fixed by the directions Microsoft will give you at this site. The fix is only good for one kind of problem.
4. Don't open an attachment that comes in the mail unless you asked somebody to send it to you.
I doubt that you'll ever ask someone to send you a virus, so I'm confident that following this simple rule will keep your PC from getting infected by viruses that arrive in attachments. The only help you'll need is sticking to the rule. An example will show what I'm talking about.
Suppose you are at work and an e-mail letter arrives from *********** on the other side of town. It has an attachment. "This is cute!" the letter says.
Should you open the attachment? Not on your life. You didn't ask for that file. You have no idea what it is. And *********** probably doesn't really know what it is, either. Most people who pass along attachments of this kind (a "cute" kitty that tiptoes across your screen, for example) do not know what the attachments actually do. It's child's play for a virus creator to hide a virus in a program that makes a kitty appear on your screen, but you can be sure that the people who pass along "cute" attachments never realize that.
Here's another example. Let's say you're at home and an e-mail letter arrives from "a 911 dispatcher." The letter has been forwarded 4,729 times, and each time it picked up a few more comments that say something like, "I swear this is true. A friend of mine knows the brother of the priest who heard the confession of the woman who waited on the guy who was in the diner when the whole thing was shown on TV" -- you know what I mean if you're used to chain letters. The note from the "911 dispatcher" says the attached file contains important information about some sort of crime.
Should you open the attachment? Not a chance, pal. You didn't ask for that file. And you can be sure that 911 dispatchers don't spend their time sending out e-mail to strangers. So, since the letter is almost surely a hoax, you'd better send it straight to the trash.
Notice that I didn't say what some of you think I said. I didn't say, "Don't open an executable attachment. ..." I said, "Don't open an ATTACHMENT," period. Viruses can enter your computer in all sorts of ways. Attachments of any kind are suspect. Don't play a game with your safety.
5. Stop using cookies.
Cookies are small files on your PC that Web sites use to keep track of you. Some of them are harmless and even useful. I was neutral about cookies for quite a while, but now I'm very much against them. Why? Because cookies are too invasive. They're out of control. Cookies can even be generated in e-mail. (Play that part back if you're not sure what you just read. Yes, cookies can be generated in e-mail.) Sites that pick up e-mail cookies know even more about you than you might think. They know your e-mail address, and that means they can track your every move from site to site. They can tell exactly which ads you viewed and which Web sites you visited at any time.
That's unacceptable. Your privacy is only as valuable as you want to make it. Don't let somebody who sells ads take it away.

on Jun 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When I try to send and recieve e-mails it says an error hs occured


Please check your anti-virus. Some anti-virus see e-mails with attachements as virus. If that doesnt work try sending the e-mail using another browser.
I hope this solution has been helpful.

Sep 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have forwarded all my inbox mails to outlook express,just for experiment,now i want them back in my yahoo mail inbox,and since than i cant recieve or send any mail please help me out manu india


There is no easy way. You must first go to account options in Outlook and set it to leave mail on the server. Then you have to manually forward every email back to yourself. The date will change and "RE:" will be added to each subject.

There is another option if this all happened today. First go to account options in Outlook and set it to leave mail on the server. Then have Yahoo restore your email.

May 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I get several electronic messages from everyone but one person how come?my husband has a lap top he communicate's with me from up north but...... he cannot send me pictures in my e-mail how come?


Hello. Have you looked at whether your husband's e-mail address and/or content is getting stuck in a SPAM or bulk folder or filtered? If you are using web-mail with Yahoo or Hotmail (for example), make sure to look in all your e-mail inbox folders online, or if you use Outlook check Junk Mail folders there.

Once you find any messages from him select the messages and click the options to mark his e-mail "safe" or "Not Spam." Also you can then move his messages to your inbox there online, using your web-mail account on the mail web site. Once you do this the rest should start coming through. Also you should add his e-mail address to your contacts list and that will help you mark his messages as "safe" or as a trusted sender. If he replies to your messages that can also help ensure you receive later messages from him.

One other option surrounds allowing images or photos in your e-mail, or HTML messages. Be sure to check those options under your preferences and set to allow the images if you want them. Use caution there however as if you get much SPAM mail, images can be trouble.

Oct 23, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Can't delete anything from Outlook Express


try to highlight the email you want to delete and press shift+delete this will permanently delete the email.

If this solution works that means your trash folder is already corrupted.

You might want to use different email client like Eudora, MS Office Outlook, Thunderbird.

May 27, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Windows Mail


Whatever 'Windows Mail' you are using, I guess you have checked all the config. options? I mean if you are using Outlook Express, then go into 'Tools' then select accounts, then select your isp's account details (if they are not there, thats your problem) then click Properties. Under the general tab should be your ISP's mail server details, your user name (below that) & your email address. Next the 'Server' tab.. shud be info relating to your ISP. If you do not use Outlook Express, consider setting it up as a test. Do it manually as per above. If you need further help, let me know. Rgds.

Apr 29, 2008 | Acer Veriton 5100 PC Desktop

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I have someone that have OUTLOOK EXPRESS, she have SASKTEL for a e-mail address and she want to send me a massage and it keeping going back to her and I don`t get her massages. PLEASE can you reply to me...


this is not hard to correct..can your friends computer go online, and if so, will she be open to a shared screen service call?

click here to learn more about me and that option.

Mar 09, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I was having this same problem.

Here's what I did:
Under Tools-->Accounts, select email account and then select Properties-->Servers. At the bottom, check the box "My Server Requires Authentication," and then select Settings. Select "use same settings as my incoming server"

After I did all that, my problem disappeared. Hope that helps you.

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