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Reception of my messages

I'm not able to receive my message. I think I have a problem with my address maybe it's POP3, I don't know.

Can you help me?

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  • Ricky Tracey May 11, 2010

    More info. Some ISP's block e-mails, Torrent related e-mails are blocked by many ISP's. Can you receive any e-mails at all?

  • Keith Koene May 11, 2010

    Who is your email provider?

    What are your Outlook Express settings?

    POP3 server:?

    SMTP server:?

  • Gerald Russell
    Gerald Russell May 11, 2010

    who is your email host?

  • Gerald Russell
    Gerald Russell May 11, 2010

    who's your email provider and were you able to receive messages before? Or have you never been able to receive them?

  • Robert Miller II May 11, 2010

    What e-mail system are you trying to access? Is it your work e-mail, school e-mail, gmail, hotmail?

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You need to contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and ask for your POP and SMTP settings so that you can check your Outlook details. This could also be a username/password issue with your account which will need to be fixed by your provider.

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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
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Hi,

Here is the solution for you

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885870

You can also check this

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Or

1. How to stop receiving duplicate email messages

There are a few things you can check to stop duplicate email messages.

Start by checking Rules to be sure that copies are not being made to the Inbox, and make sure that all your rules end in "Stop Processing" actions.

Then check the task manager to be sure that there is only one instace of Outlook running.

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What happened is that the second account was getting the e-mails from the POP3 server before they were actually deleted after the first account was finished.

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If you have just a few duplicates, it may be easiest to manually remove them. For emails, this is no problem but for any other Outlook item it is easiest to view the items in a table view, then select the duplicates, then delete them.

To accomplish this, go to View...By Category (or "By" anything really). This gets the view into a mode you can work with.

Click either names or subjects (or any shown field) in the column header (in the gray area) to gather similar items together.

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