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Outlook 2003 finds old emails

When using find in MS outlook 2003 I only receive messages from my inbox over 3 months old.

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Reconfigure your user account by removing the old one// this happens if the internet service provider has changed the pop and smtp server// contact your service provider and tell them that you want to configure your outlook// they will guide you through the process.

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Incoming emails are not appearing in the inbox folder of Microsoft Outlook 2010.


Could be your Outlook profile got corrupted somehow. If you use your account settings on another PC w/Outlook does the trouble follow? Or is it strictly w/your PC? Obviously, other profiles are working fine (your partner's). One solution might be to backup your .pst file to the C: drive or a USB drive, completely delete your old profile, and build a new one. Once your confirm that email is working properly, then attempt to reload your old .pst file to get all your old email back.

Something else you could try is to open Outlook in Safe Mode. This will run Outlook with minimal addons in order to eliminate the possibility that some sort of addon is the culprit.

You can use one of these methods to start Outlook using a command line switch:
Hold Ctrl key as you click the Outlook shortcut.
If you use Vista or Windows 7, type outlook.exe /safe in the Start Search field on the Start menu then press Enter.

Jan 03, 2016 | Microsoft Outlook 2010

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I have Outlook 2003 on Windows Vista. I continue to get Mailbox almost full messages, even when only one or two emails exist. Deleted, Junk, Sent, even Inbox are all emptied but after receiving 3 or 4


Check the setting for your quota. If that's small, you will get these errors all the time. Or, you can stop using Outlook.... There are other free e-mail systems.

Sep 11, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Not able to receive or send emails. No place on Screen for it!


Hi,
Check your Junk folder
1. Sign in to Outlook.com account.
2. Click on Junk on the left pane.
3. Check to see if the missing mail is in this folder.
4. If you see any messages that should have been delivered to the Inbox, click the Not Junk.
Check your Blocked sender list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Blocked senders.
5. In the Blocked senders list, select the name or domain (the part of an e-mail address that follows the @ sign, such as outlook.com) that you want to receive emails from.
6. Click << Remove from list.
Add the email address to your Safe senders list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon .
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Safe Senders.
5. In the text box, type in the email address or domain you'd like to always receive emails from.
6. Click Add to list >>.
Check your Email Rules
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Click Rules for sorting new messages under "Customizing Outlook".
2. Perform one of the actions as per your requirement:
Click Edit next to the rule that you want to edit.
Or
Choose the rule that you want to delete and click Delete.
Note: Not all international characters are supported as filters.
Check your Junk Mail Settings
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options.
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Filters and reporting.
3. Under "Choose a junk e-mail filter", choose the level of protection that you want, and then click Save. If the Exclusive level was set, all emails will go directly to your Junk folder except for messages from your contacts and email addresses that are in your safe senders, Outlook service announcements, and alerts that you signed for.
4. Click Save.
To go back to your inbox, click Outlook on the top left portion of the screen.
Check your Reply-to address
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Writing email", click Reply-to address.
2. Select the radion button beside Current e-mail address.
3. Click Save.

Thanks.
Hotmail Support

Sep 26, 2013 | hotmail.com

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Recently you switch Hotmail to Outlook. Since then I can't have no more web, All is block and I Wonder why? What have I done wrong? Please I need help.


Hi,
I think no any issue create because all function is same and i also used hotmail to outlook email used and also new version available. Or no change ID or password, just change look or services, but function is same. If you have problem link not open email not sent mail, account related issue, setting issue, or browsing issue just go to outlook help and search you own problem, there step by step problem solved or contact hotmail technician.

Check your Junk folder
1. Sign in to Outlook.com account.
2. Click on Junk on the left pane.
3. Check to see if the missing mail is in this folder.
4. If you see any messages that should have been delivered to the Inbox, click the Not Junk.
Check your Blocked sender list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Blocked senders.
5. In the Blocked senders list, select the name or domain (the part of an e-mail address that follows the @ sign, such as outlook.com) that you want to receive emails from.
6. Click << Remove from list.
Add the email address to your Safe senders list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon .
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Safe Senders.
5. In the text box, type in the email address or domain you'd like to always receive emails from.
6. Click Add to list >>.
Check your Email Rules
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Click Rules for sorting new messages under "Customizing Outlook".
2. Perform one of the actions as per your requirement:
Click Edit next to the rule that you want to edit.
Or
Choose the rule that you want to delete and click Delete.
Note: Not all international characters are supported as filters.
Check your Junk Mail Settings
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options.
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Filters and reporting.
3. Under "Choose a junk e-mail filter", choose the level of protection that you want, and then click Save. If the Exclusive level was set, all emails will go directly to your Junk folder except for messages from your contacts and email addresses that are in your safe senders, Outlook service announcements, and alerts that you signed for.
4. Click Save.
To go back to your inbox, click Outlook on the top left portion of the screen.
Check your Reply-to address
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Writing email", click Reply-to address.
2. Select the radion button beside Current e-mail address.
3. Click Save.

Thanks
Hotmail Support

Sep 21, 2013 | hotmail.com

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When trying to email from Outlook,


It means that you wrong addressed email or this email no longer egsist

Nov 26, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook 2003 for PC

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Outlook 2003 duplicate emails


To start go to the account settings , and ensure that there is no duplicate account , this will cause duplicate message when option to not delete messages from server is chosen.

In that case delete duplicate accounts or chose not to include duplicate accounts in Send and Receive.

If there is no duplicate account, that means that you will get duplicate emails only when you access your account from different computers. In that case there is nothing to do. If copies are kept on the server, they will get downloaded again each time you connect to the server from a different computer. That is the way a pop server works.

Regards.

Jul 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Forwarding emails using Outlook 2003 Professional


I use Outlook 2003 and sometimes have a similar problem with messages I forward.
It only happens though with messages I receive in an account that is not my default account and which configuration (SMTP server, security, etc.) is different from the default account's.
And it happens because Outlook forwards messages from the email account the message was received, not from the default email account.
So if you have different accounts configured in Outlook, you might want to check the SMTP servers and security configurations of email accounts other the than default account (which seems to be OK since you can send emails).
You can also direct Outlook to send your forward messages from your default account and not the account the resent message was addressed to.
Hope this helps.

Apr 18, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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My new MSN 7mb ISP won't let me receive email on my Outlook 2003


Hi,
Request you just consult your server team or Internet connection provider, because only these two team handle the case of static IP related issue.

Thanks
Sushant

Dec 26, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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I dont see my sent items after i import my email outlook 2003


MS Office Outlook 2003 will only show those e-mails in the sent items folder that were sent using the e-mail client application (i.e. MS Office Outlook 2003).

Any messages sent from the server itself wil not display.

Oct 05, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Outlook express


dear fando,

This is usually down to a corrupt or over-full email inbox. Outlook Express is not very good at holding large amounts of emails especially if they have large attachments. I had a user this morning with a 2.5 GB inbox.

Backup/rename Inbox (C:\Documents and Settings\(User)\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\{GIU}\Microsoft\Outlook Express\inbox.dbx -> inboxbak.dbx).
Close Outlook Express.
Open Outlook Express.
Outlook Express will have created a whole new Inbox.
Your email should now work.

Best wishes.

Jan 04, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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