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Help with outlook express

I have a problem with outlook express on my dell xp computer. it keeps giving me error messages when i try to snd out photos .it tells me the host POP 3 cannot be found and to check the server. i dont know how cn you help?

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Dear,

you please check it out your mail id Server i mean for Eg: your mail id is like nannu.123@gmail.com you please check your pop is enbled in your gmail id below i will mention the steps how to set the settings pop3 in gmail,

1. Login your id in gmail
2. go to settings in your account
3. then click on forwording and pop/imap in mention lis 4th no
4. then clik on pop download
5. im the below click on Enable pop for all mail.

After you complete this thinks in your web server then come out to outlook express settings
Open your outlook
1.Go to Tools
2. Select Email accounts
3. click on this option - Veiw and change Exisiting e-mail accounts, then click on next button.
4. Select the name which your given your name oin outlook, then select then change button in right side menu.
5. then give the pop as your webserver name like gmail: pop.gmail.com.
6. then click on the button below it is given Test accoutn settings,

then it will solve if you have any douts mail me please this is my mail id vshw_deepti@rediffmail.com

Regards
Vishwanath.K
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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