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My Computer I use Microsoft Office 2003, Windows Professional XP and I will give you full info regarding this computer:- below I have about 9 emails which I have in my Outbox and they just will not leave this computer. The computer OUTBOX isn't doing it's job. Can you assist me please? streborj

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  • streborj Mar 18, 2008

    The information regarding this computer will not go to your site. I have it all in My Documents so I copied it to send it to you but it will not print onto your site.

    I can't send you full details because my Outbox is not working.

    Sorry,

    streborj

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Need to contact your internet provider to see if there outgoing mailserver has changed and ask them to help you set it up for the proper server. They will be more than happy to help you.

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    E-mail me the results of your system and I will help you further.



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