I found the solution to my problem of no "send" box in Outlook. I need to set up an e-mail account in the program. Now my problem is that I want to use Juno as my e-mail account, but I don't know how to find the URL for Juno. Do you know how I would find that? I tried http://juno.com but it didn't work. What do you think?
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Set up POP 3 for Outlook Express Outlook Express allows you to add a new email account to your existing profile. This means you do not have to replace your current settings in order to send and receive Rediffmail messages.
* Choose 'Accounts' > 'Mail' > 'Add' > 'Mail * In the 'Display Name', type your name and click 'Next'. * In the Email ID box, type your Rediffmail ID. * Select "POP3" to answer the question "My incoming mail server is a..." * In the Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP, or HTTP) server box, type "pop.rediffmail.com" * In the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server box, type "smtp.rediffmail.com" * Click "Next." * In the Account Name box, type your Rediffmail ID * In the Password box, type your Rediffmail Password. * If you want Outlook Express to remember your password, check the "Remember password" box. * Do not check the boxes labelled "Log on using Secure..." * Click "Next." * Click "Finish."
If you have installed Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, it will set itself as your default mail client. Hit the Windows ball or Start button on the lower left of the desktop - All Programs - Outlook Express. When it opens; hit File - Export - To Outlook (Messages). Outlook Express will export all of your messages, contacts and account settings to Outlook 2007 and you will be able to use the better, upgraded Outlook Mail client.
It sounds as though you're using Outlook to send email to and from and ISP and not to or from a Microsoft Exchange server. If so, then the following applies.
The error message means that there is a configuration problem with your email account settings. This error usually happens when an error has been made when specifiy the name of the outgoing (SMTP) mail server.
Note: It may be necessary to contact your ISP to obtain their specific mail server information. The standard port number for Incoming mail (POP3) is 110. The standard port number for Outgoing mail (SMTP) is 25.
Here's what you need to do to verify your settings:
1. Contact your ISP to obtain their specific mail server settings.
2. Open Outlook
3. Click on the "Tools" menu item then click on "Account Settings".
4. Make sure you are on the "Email tab" of the account setting dialog box.
5. Double click on the email account that is listed under "Name".
6. The Internet Email Settings dialog box will appear.
7. Look for the heading "Sever Information". Below that heading you will see Incoming and Outgoing Mail Server . Verify the names of your mail servers match the information given to you by your ISP.
8. If your ISP have provided you with port numbers other than those listed in the note above, perform steps 9 to 12. Otherwise proceed to step 13.
9. From the Internet Email Settings dialog box, click on the "More Settings" button.
10. Click on the "Advanced" tab.
11. Change the Incoming and Outgoing mail server ports to match the information provided by your ISP.
12. Click the OK button to save the changes.
13. Click on the "Next" button.
14. Click on the "Finish" button.
15. Click on the "Close" button to colse the account settings.
Outlook will now be configured properly to send and receive Internet Email.
Send an email to email@example.com. You will receive a response in one business day.If you write from a non-Juno email address, we ask that you supply us with your Juno usernameand your 4-digit PIN for verification purposes. If you are a Juno Platinum member you may choose, instead, to provide us with the last 4 digits and expiration date of the credit card to which you bill your Juno account.
If you don't have email access, please call our support hotline at 1-800-654-JUNO [1-800-654-5866]. You'll be asked to provide your Juno account number and your PIN.
please dont give up edison once said i didnt fail i just found a 1000 ways that didnt work. everything has an equasion. try this site for your outlook errors.http://support.microsoft.com/ph/11335#tab1 and this one for better support thats free. http://support.microsoft.com/ once again good luck and remember the key to this life is adversity, if there were not things against us we would become bored and fail to carry on.
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Ok, so you imported your mail to outlook. Then you didn't like the program, so you exported the mail out of outlook. I am assuming you used outlooks export feature, found under the file menu on the top. When you hit export you get the option to name the export file, choose where you want it saved, and choose what type of export file you want to make. Outlook can export a file into many different file types that many different e-mail clients can use.
That being said, if you are using the web based comcast e-mail there isn't a way for you to import e-mail into it. Depending on how you set up the outlook account it may have been storing a copy of all the mail it downloaded in both outlook and on the web site based e-mail.
As I said, this is entirely based on the settings you selected, if you told it to delete the mail from the server when outlook retrieved it then you're out of luck there.
Website based (POP) e-mail accounts are limited in functionality, but tend to be designed for the basic end user in mind. So you're going to lack a lot of the features an actual program like outlook would give you.