Question about Microsoft Outlook 2001 (outlook2001) for Mac
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Posted on Feb 26, 2015
Difficulties with sending or receiving messages in Microsoft Outlook may arise from a number of issues. Microsoft suggests two ways to troubleshoot connectivity problems in Outlook. The first is to create a new email profile, which will reset your Outlook settings to their defaults. If creating a new profile does not fix the issue, make sure that TCP/IP is set as your default protocol.
Click the "Start" menu and click "Control Panel." Click "User Accounts" and click "Mail." If you are using Windows XP and are not in category view, double-click "Mail," as there will be no icon for "User Accounts." Click "Show Profiles" in the "Mail Setup" dialog box. Click "Add" to start the profile wizard. Type "Test" into the profile name box and click "OK." Follow the onscreen instructions provided by the wizard to complete your new profile creation. Click "Finish" when the wizard prompts you to. Click the profile you just created under the "When Starting Microsoft Outlook, use this profile" box. Click "OK" to close the mail dialog box. Send yourself an email to test your ability to send and receive messages. b> Set TCP/IP as the Default Protocol b> Click the "Start" menu and click "Run." If you are using Windows Vista or newer, you do not need to click "Run." Type "ncpa.cpl" into the "Run" or "Start Search" input box and press "Enter" to open "Network Connections." Right-click on your Internet connection and click "Properties." Click the "General" tab and make sure that the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" checkbox is checked. If it isn't, click the box to select it and click "OK. " Click "Yes" if you are prompted to restart your computer. Send yourself a test message upon restart to test your ability to send and receive messages. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not a virus my friend. It's to do with a read reciept.
Should do the trick.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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
Aol uses proprietary software, I have never used it as it takes over your computer slows everything down and is a pain in the neck in general. I doubt that outlock which is a pop3 email program is going to work with AOL, unless they have updated their system. The best thing that you can do is to remove it from your machine, and use the MSFT outlook or outlook express. Or even Gmail oe Hotmail if you like that web based format. To set uo your outlook, just launch the program and use the wizard in outlook or outlook express to run you through the setup process. It will need the settings that you got from your ISP, like the names of the incoming and outgoing servers, if aol is your high sped provider it will have a name like xxx.aol.com, and smtp.aol.com, then your name and email address with password, then you won't need that aol stuff. I just used aol as an example, like for example something like secureserver.secure.net, and smtp.comcast.net, and they will be pop3 servers, aol is a web based like a web page, not an application, outlook is just far superior in every way, on your isp'd home page you should find all the info, under setting up your email, good luck
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I turned off attachment preview and it I was able to send my email. Go to Tools, Trust Center and select Attachment Handling.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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