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I am unable to send email through my outlook account. I receive email ok. This has been going on for several weeks. I recently installed a new antivirus program.

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  • Greg Barringer May 11, 2010

    Was everything fine until you installed the antivirus program. ? which antivirus program is it.

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Not so weird.
Imagine you are using Microsoft Outlook on one computer. To use Outlook to send and receive e-mail you must give it an E-mail address. Image that you and your wife use a single user account on the computer. For the computer there is only one user. Then you configure Outlook by creating an account (you must supply your e-mail address.) Someday or other your wife wants to use Outlook to receive and send E-mail. She must add a second account to Outlook.
I have no idea what you do not to read each other's email but when you want to send an E-mail Outlook has too use one of the two accounts (the outgoing mail server of one of the two addresses) to send the E-mail. Apparently your wife's account is the default one and all outgoing messages go through it. Before you press the send button, open the account list and select the one to use for sending.

On the following screen capture see the arrowhead. Open that menu. You will see all the accounts managed by Outlook listed there. One of them is marked as the default one.
You may not be using Outlook but that should not matter, Your E-mail client may behave similarly.


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regarding this isuue frisst of all which email your using if your using your local mail ID thne your have do the setup in your Outlook or Microsoft Outlook

1 open your MS outlook
2 go to tools page
3 select your Email Accounts and open that page you will get one more page from there u have to do the setep

4 select your add a new email account
5 then click next
6 select POP3
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8 after that go to more settings
9 click on outgoing server in that option click on that box myout going sever
10 go to advance clikc on bothe box
(if your yousing gmail then POP colem is put there 995 )
and (SMTP Colume Put 465)

this is basic setup for your email settings

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I use Outlook 2003 and sometimes have a similar problem with messages I forward.
It only happens though with messages I receive in an account that is not my default account and which configuration (SMTP server, security, etc.) is different from the default account's.
And it happens because Outlook forwards messages from the email account the message was received, not from the default email account.
So if you have different accounts configured in Outlook, you might want to check the SMTP servers and security configurations of email accounts other the than default account (which seems to be OK since you can send emails).
You can also direct Outlook to send your forward messages from your default account and not the account the resent message was addressed to.
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I use microsoft outlook 2003 and two weeks after the emails were sent to me, I just received them. Can you please tell me why the long delay. Thanks!


The problem may be on your ISP's side. I would ask them to verify your account. Also, can you receive emails immediatley if you click on the send/receive icon in Outlook 2003?

Another area to check is the options settings for checking email. I have outlook 2007 but it's either the same or similar.

click on tools then options then Mail Setup.
click on the Send/receive button and verify that the "Schedule an automatic send/receive every (X) box is checked. The x is typically 30 minutes.

If you change this be sure to click Apply or OK to accept the change.

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