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lchapman

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Help I am having troubel with outlook 2003. It will not let me send messages.

As well, I am recieving continuous pop up messages asking me to enter network password. Im am using XP and the POP account is with yahoo. And advise would be appreciated.
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Click tools then e-mail accounts then change accounts then click an account then change then more settings to check you have it set for my server requires authentication

Is it set for pop.mail.yahoo.com and smtp.mail.yahoo.com

What does it say if you press test account settings
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Im am using XP and the POP account is with yahoo.  And advise would be appreciated.

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I understood that Yahoo does not allow pop3 access by a mail client. I have to use an external program set up to received Yahoo mail accounts. If you want pop3 access to Yahoo accounts, download this program :

Yahoopops

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It's different on this side of the pond

Yahoo / Outlook

Runs with 2003
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It's different on this side of the pond

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Sorry. Couldn't tell as no location given, nor did I find anything in either of your profiles. :tazz:

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No problem, fortunately most solutions do not depend on location.

You might want to set up UK accounts with Yahoo if you want to use Outlook.

Yahoo UK
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