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Unable to receive emails to my iphone 3g when my computer is on

When I have my home computer on with outlook receving emails, my iphone will not get any emails unless I retrieve them before my computer gets them. So I'll turn my computer off when I go out for the day. Can I fix this problem so the emails can go to both my iphone and my pc?

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  • fpsandiego Feb 25, 2009

    I have the same problem with the 1st gen iphone and have been closing my Outlook when I am not at the computer. Annoying. Apple and Cox (ISP) have offered no solutions.

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Use IMAP... :)

Posted on May 06, 2009

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What are you talking about? Configure your copy of outlook to leave a copy on the server for a week. The problem has nothing to do with your ISP, it is your duty to configure your mail client to fit your needs.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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