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Cant get my totalise email via outlook express

Trying to aquire nmy totalise.email (havebt broadband) forgotten what setting i need for derver

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This is NOT an issue with outlook... You can able to open any kind of links from outlook as usually clicking on the link. This issue may be because of firewall which blocking the access of the url from outlook. If you open the same page in your web browser directly typing the path of that page it will surely open. If you are using outlook in your office then try the same from your home and see the positive result!

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SOURCE: having problems with outlook express and recieving and sending emails

I had a similar problem. Each time I sent an email, it would stay in the OUTBOX folder. So any other new emails I sent, not only would the new email be sent but all the previous ones that sat in the OUTBOX would be RESENT, becomimg a festival of email redundancies. After about a week of this nonsense, I contacted Microsoft via their online chat service. I did not have to pay. The tech asked permission to access my computer remotely using EasyAccess(R), which I gave. The tech then found that my MAIN IDENTITY had a problem. He save my individual email .dbx files to a folder on my desktop. Created a new main Identity, deleted the old one, and copied my .dbx files into the new identity for Outlook Express. I'm working ok now. Just go to the MS Support site click on contact and chat. Good luck... Carl the O Man

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SOURCE: can not open email with outlook express

the first thing to check is the properties on your outlook
to check your IP address
right click on the start button
go to properties
go to the toolbars
check the address box
the address tool will show up on the bottom of your screen
scroll down and you will find your IP address
make sure it matches you outlook IP

you should be able to check your email from any computer
check you POP3 also
you can get that information from outlook support
the POP3 will look like (outlook@outlook.com) something like that

If you have any problems let me know

I use a different email server, but I can figure it out pretty quickly

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Need to recover saved password in OutLook Express


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Also look here: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook-express/1024-recover-outlook-express-account-password

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My outlook express has stopped sending and receiving mail


When you click send/receive in Outlook Express you should see an error if there is a a problem. You can also try and access your email via the web to determine if it is accessible. Also in Outlook Express you can press the ALT key, followed by FILE and make sure you are not set to work offline. Online Virus Removal Best virus removal online

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Outlook express won 't accept my password How can i remedy this Family member put in her email address and password now i don't know how to get mine back I have xtra Broadband with my Toshiba Laptop...


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Welcome to FixYa! There's a possibility that your account is not set as the default account on Outlook Express, that's the reason why its not accepting your password. To make it as the default account, follow the steps below

1. On your Outlook Express window, click Tools then choose Email Accounts


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2. Click View or change existing e-mail accounts then click on Next


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3. Look for your e-mail account and on the left side click on Set as Default

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4. Then Click Finish and restart Outlook Express.

Hope this information will help. Thank you for using FixYa!

Mar 02, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I would like to down load oulook express to do my e mails on my note boo I am 70 years old and a little slow with some of these things, I am trying to link this with my desk top up stairs


Understanding and using Microsoft Outlook Express - Download and Install What is Outlook Express? - Free email client Outlook Express is an email client. In non-technical terms, it is a program that lets you send and receive emails from your computer. It is one of the most popular email clients in the world simply because it comes free with Internet Explorer (and the Windows operating system). Now Internet Explorer comes bundled with Windows which is the most popular operating system and it soon became the browser of choice on most desktops since it had some great features when compared to its nearest competition, Netscape Navigator (at that time). So as Internet Explorer became popular the usage of Outlook Express as the default email client increased to make it the leading email program on the Internet.
From where do I get Outlook Express? - It's a free download If you don't have Outlook Express, you can simply download the latest version of Internet Explorer. Outlook Express email client will be installed on your system once you install the browser.
Outlook Express Homepage - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/oe/.
What does Outlook Express actually do? Outlook Express allows you send and receive emails from your computer. The good thing about Outlook Express (or any decent email client from that matter), is that it lets you store the sent and received emails on your system. Thus, Outlook Express acts like a emailing center via which you send, receive, store and collate emails.
What is the difference between Outlook Express and Outlook? Outlook Express, as I mentioned, comes free with Internet Explorer or Windows operating system. It's a lean and mean email client. Microsoft Outlook on the other hand is an email client but comes at a price. To justify the cost of the software, Microsoft Outlook has tons of features and functionalities which are not present in Outlook Express.
How is Outlook Express different from an online email service? The difference between Outlook Express and an online email service such as GMail, Hotmail, Yahoo! etc. is that it lets you browse, read and compose emails from your computer even when you are not connected to the net. To download emails, you do need to connect to the Internet. Email messages are actually stored on your system, so, you can still read the emails you have received and sent in the past. An online email service works ONLY when you are connected to the net.
Another great feature of Outlook Express (and any other email client worth its salt), is that it lets you read and write emails at your leisure. Let us say you are traveling from Philadelphia to Chicago. You download all your emails via Outlook Express in Philadelphia and then board the flight to Chicago. Now when you open your laptop on the plane and start Outlook Express, you can not only read emails but also write replies and compose new emails. Outlook Express will store all these replies and new emails on your system. Now when you arrive at Chicago, connect to the Internet and open Outlook Express, the program will send the stored email messages.
Outlook Express also lets you segregate email messages into folders. For example, all new emails are stored in the Inbox folder, the emails which you have sent to people will be stored in the Sent Items folder and any emails that have yet to be sent are stored in the Outbox folder. In addition to these three folders, Outlook Express has two more folders. These are the Drafts and Deleted Items folders. The Drafts folder stores email messages that you have composed and saved while the Deleted Items folder contains all the deleted emails. [Note: in order to completely delete the emails from your system you need to empty the Deleted Items folder.]
You can also create folders inside the Inbox folder to further segregate email messages.
FYI, you can configure Outlook Express to segregate incoming email into different folders using rules and filters. For example, potential spam can be junked directly into the Deleted Items folder.
What kind of email accounts can I use in Outlook Express? Outlook Express can be used for any POP3 or IMAP email account. POP3, which stands for Post Office Protocol 3, is a set of rules with which one accesses and downloads emails. IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a set of rules with which emails are assessed.
If you have a web site hosted on a server, most likely the hosting package would come with a few POP3 email accounts. Thus, yourname@yourdomain.com would most likely be a POP3 email.
Can I receive emails from online email services in Outlook Express? Online email services such as Gmail provide free POP3 access to the email account; you should read configure Gmail account on Outlook Express if you want step-by-step instructions on how to do that. Hotmail used to have this feature but it has since discontinued it. Other popular online emails services might charge a small fee for POP3 access.

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You don't need Outlook Express to sent or receive your Email if since you already have an Email account like Hotmail or any other online free Email Accounts. You can sent or receive your Email through Hotmail account.

Outlook Express is already bundled with WinXp when the OS is installed to your PC/Laptop. Unless you want to download your Email to Outlook Express and you need to configure Outlook Express to receive Email from your Hotmail Account.

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Unable to access email account on acer net book . i have a laptop running blueyonder broadband,when i try to connect my netbook to my outlook express email account i get unable to access the mail server.


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This sounds like your user account settings are not correct and need to be input via the account management section to look like the following:

  • Customer Email format - user.name@blueyonder.co.uk
  • Outgoing Mail Server - smtp.blueyonder.co.uk
  • Outgoing server type - SMTP
  • Incoming mail server - pop3.blueyonder.co.uk
  • Incoming server type - POP3
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    Can't delete email in Outlook Express


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    I am using a web portal to access my outlook emails and do not go into the office. I need to archive my email from the web portal can this be done


    One solid solution is to setup your Email account on Outlook or Outlook Express and then use that to download your email / post office locally. From there you can back up this post office to an external hard drive or CDR (depending on the size of the files) and create a restorable archive of your email. Please contact your email administrator and inform them you need your Account / Email Server settings and that your going to use outlook to download your email.

    Tip: - Before you Send/Receive email with your Outlook or Outlook Express - Change your Advanced Email Account settings to LEAVE EMAIL ON SERVER, this way the web portal will still contain a current copy of email and match what is downloaded in the outlook email client. To access this feature you can contact me via email at solidlava@hotmail.com and I can walk you through it.

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    I want to scan and email a document from my new HP DESKJET F4280 printer. I can scan it, and then I try to share it, but when I hit the send button it says there is no internet connection. Am I right in...


    When you scan a document it must be scanned with OCR software. The default scanning method will scan a document as a picture, not a document with letters and words. The OCR software will recognize the letters and put the scanned document in the proper format to open it with MS Word. The software that you scan with should have a setting for OCR, read your instructions or help files to get the details if you can not find them very easy in the software you use for scanning. .

    The problem with using Outlook may be that you have not set it up properly to get your emails from your email server. You do not need to use Outlook or Outlook express to send any documents, you can use your web based email server if you like, but you can use Outlook Express as well. You just need to add the document to send as an attachment to the email.

    To set up Outlook Express to get your email, you must first find out what the POP3 and SMTP setting you must use. You can get that information from your email provider, it is different for every email provider. Then you go to the "File" menu at the top left of Outlook Express and select "Identities" and select "Add New Identity" and from there you will go thru a wizard to guide you thru the process of setting up your email client. Just make sure you have the POP3 and SMTP settings available for you to put into Outlook Express when prompted to in the wizard.

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