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Re: WON'T LET OUTLOOK 2003 SEND
That doesn't make much sense. LOL Just kidding. It may have altered your settings, try double checking your pop mail information or consult outlook issues on google. Also consult websense site see if there's common fix.
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You should first check all the mail setting for the mail account that does not work.
Your ISP will have those on the help page for your ISP.
If its is hotmail or yahoo mail etc then they too have help pages with the information you need.
If your settings are all correct then move onto checking your firewall and other INTERNET safety software such as antivirus. Norton can cause all sorts of issues with send and receive mail.
If it is outlook that is at fault then a simple and quick "repair" installation of MS Office will tend to sort those out. Just put your office CD in and follow the instructions but select the "repair my office installation" option
You didn't give a lot to go on so I can only give you the basic options to try point you in the right direction
Go to menu Tools -> Send/receive-> parameters -> send/receive parameters -> define and check the box to automatically send/receive. Adjust the delay (30 minutes default, 5 is Ok, 1 is too much for the remote server)