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Outlook 2007 sending unwanted email

Outlook is sending emails that I have nothing to do with, today I can neither send or receive email, any ideas?

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It sounds like you may have a virus on this machine, do you have any anti-virus software installed? If not that would be the first place I would start. Microsoft offers Security Essentials for free, also you to check for malware and malwarebytes.org also hasfree software.

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Testimonial: "Hey David, thanks for the help, seems to be working ok today. My daughter's office have also had problems. I have Zone alarm fitted on my machine, but agree I do have a problem and will try Security Essentials, many thanks for your kindness, Al"

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Problem with Microsoft Outlook 2007


As the issue happens during sending and/or receiving of emails, the usual suspects are having a virus scanner installed which integrates itself with Outlook or having a corrupt srs-file(srs stands for: Send Receive Setting).
The solutions in this case are quite easy;
§Disable your virus scanner's integration with Outlook
This is a recommended procedure anyway, even when you don't have the error. For more background information about this see: Disable virus scanner integration?
§Reset your srs-file
The srs-file contains the settings that you set via the Send/Receive dialog in Outlook (CTRL+ALT+S). To reset it, simply rename it to .old when Outlook is closed. For more information and step-by-step instructions see: Cannot Edit Send/Receive Settings
Also you can use these steps:
Go to C Drive> Program Files> Microsoft Office> Office 2007. After doing this you will see the PST files. Right click on it and go to the Properties and then select the Compatibility tab. Click on it to clear down all the Compatibility Mode Check Box. After doing so, click on Apply and then press OK. Restart the computer and your problem is sorted out.
If it useless use special tool.
See more: http://www.oemailrecovery.com/outlook-recovery.html
Regards!

May 19, 2015 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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When i send an email, people receive from a different email


Not so weird.
Imagine you are using Microsoft Outlook on one computer. To use Outlook to send and receive e-mail you must give it an E-mail address. Image that you and your wife use a single user account on the computer. For the computer there is only one user. Then you configure Outlook by creating an account (you must supply your e-mail address.) Someday or other your wife wants to use Outlook to receive and send E-mail. She must add a second account to Outlook.
I have no idea what you do not to read each other's email but when you want to send an E-mail Outlook has too use one of the two accounts (the outgoing mail server of one of the two addresses) to send the E-mail. Apparently your wife's account is the default one and all outgoing messages go through it. Before you press the send button, open the account list and select the one to use for sending.

On the following screen capture see the arrowhead. Open that menu. You will see all the accounts managed by Outlook listed there. One of them is marked as the default one.
You may not be using Outlook but that should not matter, Your E-mail client may behave similarly.


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Problem SENDING email from newly-configured MS Outlook email acct


well i have few questions:

Have u configured your outlook as POP3
if so then find outgoing server tab and check the My going server (SMTP) requires authentication
and check the radion buton user same settings as my incoming mail server

Jun 06, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 for PC

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Outlook 2007 will not send emails when forwarding or replying but it will in a new email.


go to tools, option, mail setup, send and receive make sure the send imemdiatly when connect is checked.
back out the outlook and click on send and receive on the tool bar.
you might have to click on send/reciver on the tool bar few times in order for the porgram to configure what you want.

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you need to rpc in outlook if you are using exchange server

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I've had the same problem more that once. Today it sent the same message 21 times before I finally was notified and deleted it out of the outbox.

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