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Topic # 96020 18-Jan-2012 17:24
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Been pretty much like this all day (at some points re-checking Send/Receive successfully receives emails)

Having problems with receiving emails in Outlook 2010 (sending brings up no errors).

EDIT: I would post the error, but a copy and paste messes things up.

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  Reply # 570525 18-Jan-2012 18:35
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Hmm. That's not a lot of info to work on.

Who is the email provider? Is it POP3 or Exchange? Have you tried using web mail to see if you can access it? If this is work email, have you contact your help desk for more information?





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Reply # 570533 18-Jan-2012 18:49
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Hi.
I am having trouble accessing outlook express too. I am pop3 with clearnet. I just tried webmail. Seems the last email i received was about 4:27pm. I am not too worried about it. will come right i suppose.

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  Reply # 570545 18-Jan-2012 18:59
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I restarted my modem, now i am getting my emails.

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