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notsosmart1

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I will be traveling out of country and would like to notify any senders that I shall respond to their emails upon return. My "online status" in tools is grayed out. I set "messenger to "automatic" under services. Outlook Express prompted to activate my ".net Passport account" to make things work. How do I do that, and is that the only thing I need to do? Thank you kindly. ss
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http://www.cyberwalk...b01/080201.html
might want to give that a read

what kind of email do you have? i.E. is it with your ISP (like a comcast email address) or are you using hotmail etc...?
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Thank you for the response. My ISP provider is Time Warner's Road Runner - a cable connection using a Router for my wireless laptop. I use XP professional. I will open your link. Thanks, ss
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you should be able to use the steps above...as it pretty much requires you to just have your PC at home on and connected to the internet and logged in to outlook express while you're gone...basically just replies to each email that comes into your inbox while outlook is open
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