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Fran7909

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I have 2PC and a laptop I use when I travel. When I open my email on the laptop I receive ALL email that has been received and deleted on the 2 PC. Leave A copy of messages on server is NOT checked. I have called HP, Microsoft and our DSL server. (Windstream) Not our problem!!!!! Please Help,I'm buried under 6,743 email.
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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

Please go here: http://www.howto-out.../duplicates.htm

The section regarding the automatic scanning of incoming emails with an antivirus package may be particularly relevant in your case, but do read the whole article as it may have some other cause.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 12 May 2011 - 02:40 PM.

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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

Please go here: http://www.howto-out.../duplicates.htm

The section regarding the automatic scanning of incoming emails with an antivirus package may be particularly relevant in your case, but do read the whole article as it may have some other cause.

Thank you Phillip, I have read this article and have changed my firewall settings. I let you know tomorrow how I did.
Thank you very much.
Fran
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