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Can't send on Outlook


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Guenevere

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:tazz: My outlook has been fine for over a year and suddenly I can't send any outgoing emails. When I click on send NOTHING happens. I can save the emails to draft but I can't send them. I am at my wit's end - (admitidly not far to go.) This is outlook 2000. I did do a virus scan to no avail.
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ds2005

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Have a look in Tools, Send & Receive, Send & Receive Settings, Define Send & Receive Groups to see if it set up there (or Ctrl+Alt+S).. In there if you have "All Accounts" click on Edit and make sure the account you want to Send & Receive has not got a red X next to it..
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Elyos

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Hi!
Usually, this happens just when you forgot to empty your "sent items" folder !
delete all mail in this folder or just put them in another folder !
It should work fine ! :tazz:
best regards
Laurent

PS: for best performance in Outlook, keep your inbox and sent items empty. create own folders to archive your messages... and of course, empty your deleted items too! then compress pst file !

Edited by Elyos, 08 August 2005 - 06:24 AM.

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