Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC
My Outlook runs through the server at the college where I teach. The MSN ISP is via Qwest. For a while everything was working fine. Then it stopped receiving (sending is OK) and a Qwest tech told me I had to pay extra for an MSN static IP. What's going on?
To isolate the issue, check if you can receive e-mail if another browser is used.
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Go to www.hotmail.com
3. Sign in to your MSN account by entering your complete email address and password
4. Once signed in, click Inbox to check for new messages
If you can receive email through Hotmail, you may need to remove then re-add your account in Outlook to refresh your account settings and receive new messages again.
Hope this helps! =)
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Request you just consult your server team or Internet connection provider, because only these two team handle the case of static IP related issue.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They might have changed the outgoing SMTP server address. Check if the SMTP is configured properly as per the yahoo's prescribed config.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Check out your incoming / outgoing server details and test settings once from Outlook->Account settings. Also check for dns settings if you are using any vpn connection. Let me know if this works.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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you can print the path needed to send mail
also you must use Internet Explorer to send mail in Outlook, if you use another search engine, it will not work.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Hello there. I would just like to share with you simple steps how I checked on this issue we encountered just a few weeks back.
First thing to check is to make sure that all Exchange related services are started. You can check that on the Services panel. Next is to check if the POP3 service is running on the exchange manager console. So after this, i was able to send receive emails again.
Unfortunately, in my case, that did not still fix the queue issue. What you need to do is to defrag the exchange database. Defrag in exchange is different from doing a system defrag of your OS. Please refer to the steps below from Microsoft. But make sure that you backup the exchange database first as this is a very crucial stage for your emails.
This is from MS:
Create a batch file and copy the ff:
net stop msexchangemta
net stop msexchangeis
net stop msexchangesa
"c:program filesexchsrvrineseutil.exe" /d C:ExchangeDatapriv1.edb
net start msexchangesa
net start msexchangeis
net start msexchangemta
Note: Point the .edb file to the appropriate path where your Exchange DB is located.
Run this after making sure that you have a backup.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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