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Does anyone have any suggestions on how to load email into different folders?
If I have two email accounts, I would like to create 2 Inbox folder for each
email account, therefore, when I check emails, each email account will load
his emails into its folder, rather than loading all emails into a single
Indox folder.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Eric

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to load email into different folders?
If I have two email accounts, I would like to create 2 Inbox folder for each
email account, therefore, when I check emails, each email account will load
his emails into its folder, rather than loading all emails into a single
Indox folder.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Eric

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to check email without removing the
email copy from email server?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Eric

If I receive an email I can't see it until I hit send/receive everytime. Is
there a way of configuring outlook so incoming mail appears without having to
do this?

I have to hit send/receive every time I want to receive mail. How can I
receive mail automatically?

I have to hit send/receive every time I want to receive mail. How can I
receive mail automatically?

My email is set to display immediately upon receipt; however, it doesn't and I have to hit send/receive (sometimes several times) before my incoming mail is displayed, even if it's from my husband in his den in the same house. This is an irritating problem that never gets any better

While this is an answer seeing as this page is linked from a help document on
creating rules to automatically forward messages using rules this does not
really apply.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/ha011502011033.asp x

Is there a way to strip attachments from a message/meeting invite before
automatically forwarding/Redirecting messages to another account?

Thanks
Justin

"Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:

> Replies don't carry attachments. When you forward an item you can manually
> remove the attachments if you'd like
>
> "JANAKAR" wrote in message
> news:CD3FAC9E-E23C-4E26-9467-3ECF14F084E7@microsoft.com...
> > How do you forward or reply to an email without including the attachment
> > in
> > the original email? Does it have to be reomved someway first? Thanks...
>
>
>

While this is an answer seeing as this page is linked from a help document on
creating rules to automatically forward messages using rules this does not
really apply.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ou...502011033.aspx

Is there a way to strip attachments from a message/meeting invite before
automatically forwarding/Redirecting messages to another account?

Thanks
Justin

"Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:

> Replies don't carry attachments. When you forward an item you can manually
> remove the attachments if you'd like
>
> "JANAKAR" wrote in message
> news:CD3FAC9E-E23C-4E26-9467-3ECF14F084E7@microsoft.com...
> > How do you forward or reply to an email without including the attachment
> > in
> > the original email? Does it have to be reomved someway first? Thanks...
>
>
>

I dont know what i did wrong, but i just installed office standard 2007. I have 3 accounts linked up to outlook email. Everytime i send/receive it downloads all my emails from 2 of the 3 servers.

Any thoughts and what settings i can change. I've always kept it so that my emails stay on the server and that has always worked fine in the past.

Your input is greatly appreciated.


I have set up email for my company through our server.  I have successfully set up email through outlook 2002 and 2007 and in both programs the email is sent just fine but when it comes to receiving the email i have to click on the "send/receive?" button or hit F9.  I don't want to have to do either, how can I set it up so it just receives automatically on its own?

how do I get emails automatically like every certain amount of time without
clicking send/receive in outlook 2003

how do I get emails automatically like every certain amount of time without
clicking send/receive in outlook 2003


I have a few accounts in my Outlook - gmail, hotmail, pop. I hit send/receive and it only downloads around 3 or so emails then says it's completed. I have to keep hitting send/receive until I think all my emails are downloaded into Outlook.

This didn't happen before - only since I upgraded to Office2010. Nothing else has changed.

It's driving me insane.  It doesn't happen on other devices, like my iPhone, where they download in one go. (They remain on the server so that they can also be downloaded to my laptop).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

How can I get *all* of my configured email accounts to be displayed on the
Send/Receive dropdown menu?
I currently have 68 email accounts configured, but only 49 entries are
visible on the Send/Receive dropdown menu (and yes, I did fully scroll the
menu).
So if I want to check only 1 account for new mail, it can not be any one of
the missing 19 accounts.

But if I click "Send/Receive", the pop-up "Outlook Send/Receive Progress"
window shows 136 tasks - so using that method, all accounts do get checked.

Another observation:
If I go in to "Tools", "E-mail Accounts", "View or change existing e-mail
accounts", and change the position of the account in the list, via "Move Up"
or "Move Down" buttons still only 49 entries show up on the Send/Receive
dropdown menu, and it is always the "top" 49.

Is there some configuration parameter I am missing some place that will fix
this odd behavior?

In case it matters, I am running Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 11.8010.8107
SP2.

Thanks in advance for any advice offered.
Evan

every time i hit send/receive my email clogs up with old email I have
deleted. How can I stop this?
--
Nat

I just created a new Outlook 2003 profile as well as a new email account
pointing to our Exchange server. I receive email just fine but have to hit
send / receive everytime I send out a new email. I've checked in Options,
Mail Setup , and confirmed that there is a checkmark in "Send immediately
when connected". What else could be the problem?

I just created a new Outlook 2003 profile as well as a new email account
pointing to our Exchange server. I receive email just fine but have to hit
send / receive everytime I send out a new email. I've checked in Options,
Mail Setup , and confirmed that there is a checkmark in "Send immediately
when connected". What else could be the problem?

how to take email backup in server exchange 2003.

Is there any way to monitor who's sending email and who's is receive the mail
and also inside the mail what message is passing.

Hello,

I'm a newbie as an exchange admin, so please spare me when I getting
wrong in some basic concepts.

Now an exchange server is in my hand, and a observed some users are
receiving junk/virus mails sent by some "may even non-existent" account. I
want to stop that but I have no idea whether it's being sent from outside or
just a virus infected PC inside. I don't have clear network structure in
mind, but there is a few web servers connected to the network using VPN
that'll also use exchange to sent mail.

So I think this question should be in fact two questions: 1) How to
restrict email be sent into the domain(I have little concern about message
sending out using our domain name, afterall it's out of my control) that's
using our domain name, but not originate by a server inside the domain? 2)
How to restrict certain domain accounts cannot be used to create email?
(e.g.: webmaster group account should be used to receive emails only, and
there's little reason why someone will have to use that account to send
email out.) Or, if any computer in the domain is sending emails out through
exchange using that account, I can get a report on which machine is sending.

I know these are pretty long questions. A pointer to URLs of related
articles will be enough. Thank you for viewing such long post.

Regards,
Lau Lei Cheong

I'm a former Netscape Mail user. When I click the Send button
on an email I've composed, I used to have it sent right away.
The Outbox is a useless function to me, and I want to turn it off
(i.e., I want Outlook to send my email immediately when I click
the Send button, not put it in the Outbox). I looked through the
other options, but none of them do what I specified above.

To be absolutely clear:

I don't want Outlook sending everything at the end, and I don't
want Outlook sending everything at the beginning. I want Outlook
to send ONLY when I click the send button in the composition window
that I'm typing in, and I want Outlook to send the email immediately
when I click the Send button, because that is when I'm done composing,
and I've chosen to send it...not when I've turned off Outlook, and certainly
not the next time I use Outlook (which is usually once a day at best).
Outlook doesn't seem to be able to handle this according to the Online help
program and on searching the self-help sites, so I've gotten on here to try
to avoid paying the outrageous $35.00 fee for an answer to my simple
one-paragraph email question of how to get Outlook to send emails
immediately when I click Send.

I know I sound snarky, but that is why I used Netscape in the
first place - it did exactly what I wanted it to do. Now that
Netscape Mail is pay-for-play and the program I used is no
longer supported, I had no choice but to go with Outlook, and
that was an expensive change (Netscape was free). Trying to
find simple answers to anything these days is really difficult,
and far too expensive.

Thanks in advance for your help,
--
Kevin Kitts

I have re-installed Office 200 on a new computer and now Outlook immediately
receives any waiting emails without hitting "send receive". I don't like this
and would like to know how to stop it
--
Alawal

We have a user that is working from home through our VPN.
Every time he hits send receive it goes offline.
Is there a way to set up his Outlook to work just like he is in the office?

In Outlook 2007, I am having 2 problems, if anyone can help.

First and biggest is Outlook hangs and I have to reboot, when I hit send
receive. It gets 50% of the way through and then freezes.

Ive tried making a new identity, removing and reloading the program, tried
using microsoft restore (couldnt restore to prior to the problem) and
various other fix attempts, all with no luck.

Can anyone tell me what might be happening ot how to try to fix it? I
searched in google for the problem, but couldnt find the exact same
situation, so Im at a bit of a dead end.

The other problem is that just prior to this problem, and once in a while
when I can still get that far before freezing, it asks for my email
password, even though its stored. I put it in, and it asks again.

I imagine the 2 issues are related and if I fix the main one, perhaps it
will fix the password problem as well.

All help is appreciated

thanks in advance

Dave B


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