I am having a problem with my Outlook 2003, where it shows the send/receive window, it does the send properly, however, it doesn't receive anything. It doesn't give me any error messages. Any ideas for anything I can do?
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If there's no email to receive nothing will get downloaded and nothing will appear to say so.
Go into Start - Control Panel - Mail
Open the email account and go to the settings page where you entered your username, password, pop and smtp information. Click Test Settings and see what the result is, if it fails post the error.
Try to send yourself an email from a html email servers such as gmail, hotmail or etc. And then, do that test again. Next thing is, when did this happen? have you move to another location such as a hotel? I use to have the same problem, and you have to change the outgoing port server, prolly from 25 to 2525, or 2525 to 25. something that is acceptable. So far, i have been changing it back and forth, and it works perfectly for me.
Edited by AmazingTrans, 25 August 2008 - 04:28 PM.
Have you try sending email out, and does it work? as in can the recipient receive it?
and vice versa (sending email from somewhere to yourself) ?
Have you tried this options where go to control panel -> mail
under user profile, make sure you have the right one selected and always use this profile.
also make sure you have it right in your email account too ?
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