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Outlook 2003 not always receiving mail


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jdsworkshop

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I don't know if anyone else has this problem, but when I hit the send/receive button it will go through the process and show no mail. If I hit it again, it may find an e-mail from a few hours before. Tonight I had to hit the button 15 times in a row to get all of my e-mail from today. Is there a setting I am missing?
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Most likely that the problem is with your internet connection.
Do you use any P2P program ? these "animals" eat the bandwidth.
Does your other internet applications work good?
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Nope,
No P2P running. I actually still have the dreaded dial-up connection. By the end of this week though I will have my satellite connection together. I talked with a co-worker today, and he said he is having the same problem. The Outlook express never gave me a problem, just Oultook 2003. I guess I'l just wait and see if the speed is part of the issue when the new connection is reasy. Thanks for the suggestion.
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