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Send/receive how to set send/receive to auto

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Go to menu Tools -> Send/receive-> parameters -> send/receive parameters -> define and check the box to automatically send/receive. Adjust the delay (30 minutes default, 5 is Ok, 1 is too much for the remote server)

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I can't receive my mail.


Hello,

What type of server that your e-mail account works with?
If you are using POP3 or IMAP account, please configure Incoming mail server.
You should try the given below solution to resolve the occurred issue:

Sol 1:
Open "Microsoft Outlook" >> Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings", locate your account and click on change.... then click on "More Settings" to configure Incoming mail server.

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If you are using Microsoft Exchange account, check if you use cached exchange mode. If not, enable it. Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings" locate your exchange account and click on "change...."
Under server settings, check Use cached exchange mode.

You can check another setting to help resolve being able to send but not receive e-mail messages.

You can set up Microsoft Outlook to check for new e-mail messages at intervals of one minute to 1,440 minutes (one day).

On the "Send/Receive" menu, point to "Send/Receive Groups", and then click on "Define Send/Receive Groups".

Select the group that contains the e-mail account that you want to regularly check for messages.

Under Setting for group "group name", select the Schedule an automatic send/receive every x minutes check box.
Enter a number from 1 to 1440 in the minute's box.

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Click on "Close" button. On the Send/Receive menu, click Send/Receive All folders.

Sol 2:

Open "Microsoft Outlook" >> Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings" >> Click on "Change Folder" button >> Change from whatever it was to: Outlook Data File - Inbox

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Close the dialog, click on send/receive or press F9 button and see if it works.

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You have to receive internet setting from your connection provider. You call them and ask for internet setting they will send you internet, Wap, GPRS setting on your mobile then you just press yes and setting will automaticly save to your fone then you can use internet. also can send and receive mms.

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In Outlook express I can receive mail but I can't send mail


Hey there,

The most probable problem is that your e-mail accounts SMTP settings are incorrect. Check what the SMTP settings are supposed to be with your e-mail provider then update these in the account settings within Outlook Express. For more details on how to do this, feel free to contact me again.

Hope this helps :)

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I am trying to set up Outlook to send and receive mail. receive is working but sending is not. my email address is mike.reinking@verizon.net


make sure in you otgoing smtp you put coreect address and also check you select my server require authentication. als check you have ant antvirus programme which is blocking the mail.

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Send/receive error on 'Microsoft Outlook'


first of all check if you are using the correct account information which include incomming and outgoing mail servers.
secondly disable the firewall of the norton in the norton settings

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Error with Outlook Express


make sure you POP3, and SMTP setting are correct...with who ever your email provider is. If you have hotmail, it should auto configure for you with there http protocol settings for sending and receiving mail.

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Message trunicated??


Better use some online storage services like http://rapidshare.com/ to upload big files and then send only link to the file over email or open email account at Gmail (http://mail.google.com); they will allow you sending and receiving big attachments

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Non receipt of some emails sent from a colleague in Australia.


Hello,
Check to make sure that your spam filter or junk e-mail box is not intercepting your missing messages. There are times when certain keywords in subject lines are earmarked as junk mail or spam simply because spammers happen to be using these same words. 
Also, be sure that you are not downloading mail from any other source other than your single computer. If so, be sure that the other machine or device is not downloading and then deleting your messages. 
Another possibility to check is to make sure no one else is downloading your e-mail. To be sure of this, change your password.
And lastly, there is always the chance that the messages are not being sent correctly. Several cases come to mind...I had a client who mentioned a similar problem that seemed to have sprung up overnight. In the end, the culprit ended up being the sender's auto-fill function was auto-filling a similar name, but incorrect e-mail address. Hence, it appeared that the sender was sending to the correct person, but since he did not check the actual outgoing e-mail address, some of the messages did not go out. They got sent to a third party. 
Anyway, hope this helps! If so, please take a moment to give this response a positive rating. Thanks!

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Cannot send, reply or forward my Yahoo e-mail


In microsoft outlook, clik on Tools> E-mail accounts>View or change existing e-mail accounts>change > correct outgoing mail server (SMTP) settings and press Test Account Settings.
If you receive a Task error message: ( X Send test e-mail message "Failed" ) perhaps you have been disconnected by your e-mail provider.

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