Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

2 Answers

My new MSN 7mb ISP won't let me receive email on my Outlook 2003

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?

Posted by on

  • rajonline May 11, 2010

    Hi gbrooks,



    I am sure there is nothing wrong working with the dynamic IP's. Can you please tell the following informaiton and I'll try and find a salution for you:


    1. How do you access your mails. Is that through an exchange server, or pop servers. You can get that informaiton if you go to Tools->e-mail accounts.

    2. If someone send a mail to you, do they get a failure notification?

    3. Try and send a test mail to yourself using your outlook and tell me what do you see.

    Thank you

×

2 Answers

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    Mayor:

    An expert whose answer got voted for 2 times.

  • Contributor
  • 3 Answers

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

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    Corporal:

    An expert that has over 10 points.

    Mayor:

    An expert whose answer got voted for 2 times.

    Problem Solver:

    An expert who has answered 5 questions.

  • Contributor
  • 15 Answers

Hi,
Request you just consult your server team or Internet connection provider, because only these two team handle the case of static IP related issue.

Thanks
Sushant

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

5 Suggested Answers

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

sabharish
  • 297 Answers

SOURCE: Can receive but not send email via Outlook

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

  • 7 Answers

SOURCE: Can not recieve email using Outlook

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

thetaocat
  • 122 Answers

SOURCE: Let our Experts solve your

email.about.com/od/outlookexpresstips/qt/et062406.htm
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

  • 1566 Answers

SOURCE: Exchange not sending/receiving emails

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:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/192185

My steps:

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

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

How to configure msn pop3 settings for windows live mail?


Select your Outlook version and follow the instructions to change your Outlook account settings:

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Click here to view or hide detailed information about changing Outlook 2013 account settings
  1. In Outlook 2013, click on theFilemenu, and then clickAdd Account.
  2. Click to selectManual setup or additional server types, and then clickNext.
  3. Click to selectPOP or IMAP, and then clickNext.
  4. On the POP and IMAP Account Settings screen, type the following setting information:
    1. In theYour Namebox, type your name as you want it to be displayed to recipients.
    2. In theEmail Addressbox, type your email address. For example, typeyourusername@msn.com.
    3. InAccount Type, selectPOP3.
    4. In theIncoming mail serverbox, typepop3.live.com.
    5. In theOutgoing mail server (SMTP)box, typesmtp.live.com.
    6. In theUser Namebox, type your MSN account name.
    7. In thePasswordbox, type your MSN password.
    8. Click to select theRemember Passwordcheck box, if you want to save it.
    9. Leave theRequire logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)check box unchecked.
    10. ClickMore Settings.
    11. Click theOutgoing Servertab, and then click to select theMy outgoing server (SMTP) requires authenticationcheck box.
    12. Click theAdvancedtab, and then click to select theThis server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)check box underIncoming Server (POP3).
      NoteTheIncoming Server (POP3)box should be set to port 995.
    13. SelectTLSforUse the following type of encrypted connectionunderOutgoing server (SMTP), and then clickOK.
      NoteTheOutgoing Server (SMTP)box should be set to port 25. If port 25 is blocked in the network or by your ISP, you can set SMTP port to 587.
  5. On the right side of the POP and IMAP Account Settings screen, clickTest Account Settings.

    If you do not receive errors, your email account is set up correctly. Go to step 6.

    If you receive an error, make sure that you have entered all the information correctly, and then clickTest Account Settingsagain. If all the information is correct and you continue to receive errors, go to the "Next Steps" section for more help.
  6. ClickNext, and then clickFinish.

Microsoft Outlook 2007 Click here to view or hide detailed information about changing Outlook 2007 account settings

  1. In Outlook 2007, click on theToolsmenu, and then clickAccount Settings.
  2. Click theE-mailtab, and then clickNew.
  3. Click to selectMicrosoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, and then clickNext.
  4. Click to select theManually configure server settings or additional server typescheck box, and then clickNext.
  5. Click to selectInternet E-mail, and then clickNext.
  6. On the Internet E-mail Settings screen, type the following setting information:
    1. In theYour Namebox, type your name as you want it to be displayed to recipients.
    2. In theE-mail Addressbox, type your email address. For example, typeyourusername@msn.com.
    3. InAccount Type, selectPOP3.
    4. In theIncoming mail serverbox, typepop3.live.com.
    5. In theOutgoing mail server (SMTP)box, typesmtp.live.com.
    6. In theUser Namebox, type your MSN account name.
    7. In thePasswordbox, type your MSN password.
    8. Click to select theRemember Passwordcheck box, if you want to save it.
    9. Leave theRequire logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)check box unchecked.
    10. ClickMore Settings.
    11. Click theOutgoing Servertab, and then click to select theMy outgoing server (SMTP) requires authenticationcheck box.
    12. Click theAdvancedtab, and then click to select theThis server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)check box under IncomingServer (POP3).
      NoteTheIncoming Server (POP3)box should be set to port 995.
    13. SelectTLSforUse the following type of encrypted connectionunderOutgoing server (SMTP), and then clickOK.
      NoteTheOutgoing Server (SMTP)box should be set to port 25. If port 25 is blocked in the network or by your ISP, you can set SMTP port to 587.
  7. On the right side of the Internet E-mail Settings scree, clickTest Account Settings.

    If you do not receive errors, your email account is set up correctly. Go to step 8.

    If you receive an error, make sure that you have entered all the information correctly, and then clickTest Account Settingsagain.
    If all the information is correct and you continue to receive errors, go to the "Next Steps" section for more help.
  8. ClickNext, and then clickFinish.

Jan 20, 2017 | Computers & Internet

3 Answers

Unable to use Outlook Express as my main default email..all my emails addressed to geoffrey@scholes1129.fsnet.co.uk are now accessed via Orange web mail.whereas previously all my emails came by Outlook...


help and technical support how to set up Outlook 2003 to access Orange email Article ID: kb3529 Which version of Outlook am I using?
There are a number of versions of Microsoft Outlook available. These instructions provide a step by step guide to setting up Outlook 2003, however if you use a different version, the instructions can be adapted using the settings section.
If you're unsure which version of Outlook you are using, click on Help and select About Microsoft Office Outlook.
open the Outlook 2003 options panel
From Outlook 2003, click on the Tools menu and select Options.

Tip: If you are unable to see Options click on the double arrow at the bottom to expand the list.
set up an email account
  • from the Options panel, select the Mail Setup tab
  • in the 'email account field' click on Email Accounts
choose the option Add a new email account and click on Next
outlook03addnew.gif
Choose the option POP3 and click on Next


from the 'Email Settings' field, enter the information below:
Once entered, click on More Settings

Internet email receive a message with the subject 'Microsoft Office Outlook Test Message' from yourself, demonstrating that you are now able to send and receive emails using Outlook 2003.
For more info check the link below
http://help.orange.co.uk/resultDisplay.do?gotoLink=221&docType=1006&contextId=843:221.247,168.217&docPropValue=kb3529&clusterName=DefaultCluster&contentId=5f4e52e7-ddc0-41b2-9417-c71b96daea1f&responseId=7fc004a3f2245237:100ebec:11981924106:6059&groupId=1&answerGroup=1&score=937&page=http://ESERVER_d850d292-3b68-4bd3-ab4f-99fc164b3c25.xhtml&result=0&excerpt=Microsoft+Outlook,+Outlook&resultType=5002#Goto221


I hope this helps
Please rate accordingly
Thank you
Computerrep

Apr 24, 2008 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Large e-mail containing photos being received, not needed, but blocking all other e-mails...what to do?


can you log into email via a web page portal and delete the large message in the email server. Otherwise contact ISP if ISP email and ask if they can kill the particular email message. suggest using a drop box to transfer large files for future reference.
You may be able to wait for the email message to download into the outlook 2007

Feb 17, 2016 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

1 Answer

I am running outlook 2007 in Windows 7. I can receive email, but cannot send emails


That would be a mail server setting in Outlook. You'll need to use the correct email server and login info from your ISP. Odds are, your account credentials/logins are being rejected or you're not using the correct port for the server.
I'd go to your ISP's site and look how to set up IMAP or POP3 in Outlook. :)

Jun 27, 2011 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

1 Answer

Can receive but can't send email


I can receive but can't send mail using my POP mail client. Why? If you're able to receive but unable to send mail using your POP mail client (such as Outlook), please review the possible trouble areas below.
SMTP Server
In the fight against unsolicited commercial email (spam), some Internet service providers require their subscribers to send mail through the ISP's own SMTP servers. If you experience problems sending email, please contact your ISP to determine if it requires different SMTP server settings. You will need to use the ISP's SMTP server in place of Yahoo!'s SMTP server when configuring your POP mail client.
The following is a partial list of ISPs that require you to use their SMTP servers. If your ISP is among them, try replacing the Yahoo! SMTP server with the ISP server in your POP mail client settings, or consult the ISP's help files. (Learn more about configuring your client.) If your ISP does not appear in the list below, please contact your ISP directly for more information.
MSN smtp.email.msn.com NetZero smtp.netzero.net Verizon outgoing.verizon.net Earthlink/MindSpring Please visit its help pages AT&T Please visit its help pages Bell Sympatico Please visit its help pages SBC See below SBC Your SMTP settings will vary based on your account setup. Choose the SMTP setting that corresponds to the email address most like the one provided to you by your ISP.
you@ameritech.net smtp.ameritech.yahoo.com you@flash.net smtp.flash.yahoo.com you@nvbell.net smtp.nvbell.yahoo.com you@pacbell.net smtp.pacbell.yahoo.com you@prodigy.net smtp.prodigy.yahoo.com you@sbcglobal.net smtp.sbcglobal.yahoo.com you@snet.net smtp.snet.yahoo.com you@swbell.net smtp.swbell.yahoo.com you@wans.net smtp.wans.yahoo.com For more information about AT&T's SMTP requirements, please visit the AT&T help center or contact AT&T DSL support at 877-SBC-DSL5 (877-722-3755) or AT&T DIAL support at 866-SBC-DIAL (866-722-3425).
SMTP Port
If you have adjusted your SMTP server, and you're still experiencing a problem, you may need to use an alternate port. In an attempt to control spam, some Internet service providers now block port 25, which means you may need to use port 587 when sending email via Yahoo!'s SMTP server. Learn how to change ports.
Antivirus Protection
If you have Norton AntiVirus enabled on your computer, you may have to make configuration adjustments to use Outlook or Outlook Express. For more information, visit the Symantec web site.
Authentication
The Yahoo! SMTP server requires authentication. Learn more.

Mar 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

All of a sudden I am not receiving any email messages on my outlook! I can send but not receive messages. what's wierd is that I can receive my messages on my laptop downstairs(using wi fi here in my...


What error-message do you get when you try to receive?
Are you sure that there are "new" messages to be downloaded?

Ask your ISP if they have a 'Webmail' interface, e.g.,
http://webmail.roadrunner.com that you can use to look for "new" messages. Ask your ISP if they have been having any problems with their mail-server.

Check your Outlook 'Account/Mail' settings, to confirm that the 'incoming' server cited is the correct name that the ISP recommends.

Jan 04, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

1 Answer

Am tring to set up my email on my new note book in out look express but dont seem to be able to come up with the log on page so am not able to do any thing like send an email can use email on my hotmail...


Outlook Express needs you to have an email account with your ISP, and your ISP should provide you with the setup items like Mail Servers. Once this isw done, you will have complete access to your email.

As an example, my ISP is Comcast and my mail servers are

mail.comcast.net to receive, and
smtp.comcast.net to send.

Your ISP will have their own servers, of course.

You will need to log in to these servers, using logins and passwords provided by your ISP. Outlook Express manages this as well.

Oct 30, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

1 Answer

Can receive but not send email via Outlook


They might have changed the outgoing SMTP server address. Check if the SMTP is configured properly as per the yahoo's prescribed config.

Mar 07, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

1 Answer

Down loading mails repeat


You need to open outlook,
Click Tools --> Accounts (Sometimes Services)
Highlight the account and click properties or change
Now look at the advanced settings --> there is an option to delete emails from the server which you have to set to stop repeat downloads. Set tis to 5 days as your ISP is set to keep for 4 days.

As you have not set this value each time outlook tries to download any emails left on the server,

thanks HPC

Sep 21, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

Not finding what you are looking for?
Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC Logo

147 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Microsoft Computers & Internet Experts

micky dee

Level 3 Expert

2644 Answers

Piyal Perera
Piyal Perera

Level 3 Expert

528 Answers

Les Dickinson
Les Dickinson

Level 3 Expert

18386 Answers

Are you a Microsoft Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...