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Re: Outlook 2003 Mail
Please notedown the email ID where the mail is being sent, there might be Trojan (a type of malicias SW) Installed in your PC, that keeps on sending information of your PC.
First of all take backup of your mails (all .pst and .ost files)
delete your profile from outlook. and create your new profile,
if probem persist, uninstall MS Office, rebbot system, clean registery (using cCleaner ot system mechanics) and reinstall Office.
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This problem is likely related to your virus software. If you are using Norton or Mcafee, try disabling the email scanning feature or temporarily uninstalling the software. Test the mail send again. If the problem is gone, then try uninstalling Norton or Mcafee completely and cleanout all residual folders and registry entries left behind. Then do a clean install of your security software. I recommend using AVG Internet Security. Been using this for many years without issue or complication
There an be n number of reasons for not able to send emails through Outlook:
1. Your outllok is not connected to the exchage server.
2. Your mailbox size has been exceeded.
3. Your mails are stucking in the Outbox due to huge mailbox size.
4. Mail size restraction by the Exchage admin.
If you can mention the exact error message you get while sending the emails , that would help in resolving the problem.
Hope this will help you in Resolving the Outlook issue.
Okay, it sounds like the problem is getting narrowed down to your environment if I am reading your message right. If you use Comcast's web based mail client then you can send to who ever you want to. This is because your compose and send is being done on the Comcast mail server which is completely apart from your local environment. Next, if I read the problem right, you have installed McAfee from Comcast onto your local PC which could be the culprit if the timing is correct; ie: stopped sending messages when the McAfee was installed.
What we need to do is TEMPORARILY stop the McAfee and send a message to see if it gets through. If it does then your security software is killing your message before it leaves.
McAfee is a well secure piece of software and can be difficult to stop, but here are two batch files to run - one to stop the services and one to start the services. When you get this open up Notepad from your Accessories program group then copy and paste the following into it:
net stop "McAfee Framework Service" net stop "Network Associates McShield" net stop "Network Associates Task Manager"
Now in notepad select File and Save, put this into a folder that you can easily find (create a folder called Test on your C:\ drive then navigate to there in the notepad Save As dialog box. When you are saving in notepad make sure that the file type box is set to all files NOT .txt then use the filename stopAVServices.bat.
Now you can go to Start, Run, Browse to the c:\test and run that batch file. But first, let's create a batch file to restart it when you are finished the test.
Follow the same instructions as above, but paste this into the empty notebook space:
net start "McAfee Framework Service" net start "Network Associates McShield" net start "Network Associates Task Manager"
Save this into the same c:\Test folder and call it startAVServices.bat
Now run the stopAVServices.bat, try to send an email from your outlook client, once the message is out of your outbox and in your sent items run the startAVServices.bat to get your AV protection back on.
If we have problems with this we may want to look at your configuration in outlook to access your comcast mail server.
I've had the same problem, and my way to fix it was to turn of the firewall and check if it worked, and it did.
When I was sure that the firewall was my problem, I gave accsess to Outlook Express manually through my firewall.
I can probably help you with that to, but then I have to know what firewall/anti virus program you use (if you got one at all?)
if you are configuring outlook to a mail server , you should ask administrator what Max attachment limit is. usually there has to be a limit on sending attachments and it differs from mail service provider to other