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Re: Outlook

  • To: Harvey Tobkes <harveyt@prodigy.net>
  • Subject: Re: Outlook
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <roy@schestowitz.com>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 03:42:49 +0100
  • Delivery-date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 03:42:54 +0100
  • Envelope-to: roy@schestowitz.com
  • In-reply-to: <20041005022934.31276.qmail@web80202.mail.yahoo.com>
  • Organization: Manchester University
  • References: <20041005022934.31276.qmail@web80202.mail.yahoo.com>
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On Tuesday 05 October 2004 03:29, you wrote:
> I have had the same problem 5 or 6 times since I started using Outlook 6
> years ago. I usually solved it by changing the connection phone number to
> my Internet Server and also making the corresonding phone number change in
> Outlook. Sometimes something goes awry in my settings for Outlook (for some
> strange and unexplainable reason) and this can prevent it from Sending or
> Receiving but I have checked every aspect of the  connections and all seems
> proper. I tried disabling my Norton Anti-Virus, to no avail.
> However, I never give up, and will continue to puzzle out the cause of the
> problem until I find it; meanwhile I am using Yahoo and it's good not as
> bad as I thought. If the problem persists, I will have to build in all my
> addresses in Yahoo which is a bit of a job but not too bad.

This sounds like a typical problem I deal with at work. Are you sure changing  
telepone numbers really made a difference? It sounds unlikely. Have you 
considered the possibility that the mail servers had gone down? What error 
message do you get when sending? And when receiving?

Roy Schestowitz

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