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Hi, please help. My outbox is filling up with emails that will not send. I
have to go back to yahoo to send emails. What do I do to fix this problem.
Please fill free to call me on the phone. 800 291-4903. I use Microsoft
Office Outlook for emailThanks, Ken Wolff


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Hi, please help. My outbox is filling up with emails that will not send. I
have to go back to yahoo to send emails. What do I do to fix this problem.
Please fill free to call me on the phone. 800 291-4903. I use Microsoft
Office Outlook for emailThanks, Ken Wolff

Basically, what is happening is that anything I deleted prior to 5/22/07 is
still in the Deleted Items box (which is fine...I use it as a secondary place
to save emails for a while until I've decided to actually permanently delete
them). Everything after 5/22/07 is gone. If I get an email today and delete
it, it disappears immediately and completely...as tho it is skipping the
Deleted Items Box and just heads into computer neverneverland. What do I do?
The little box in maintenance which requests for deleted email to be deleted
permanently when you close your email is UNCHECKED and has been unchecked all
along. I recented went in on the advice of a friend and deleted a bunch of
temp files, but only temp files. After this happened, I had to reinstall
Messenger b/c it kept screwing up, and then I noticed this was going on. I'm
completely lost now at what I may have done to have redirected things I
delete into neverneverland instead of my deleted items file. HELP?!?!?!

I converted my email from Yahoo to Outlook 2007 trial, and now can't send or
reply to email, and my Yahoo! email is empty. how do I undo this, and get my
mail back to Yahoo?

I converted my email from Yahoo to Outlook 2007 trial, and now can't send or
reply to email, and my Yahoo! email is empty. how do I undo this, and get my
mail back to Yahoo?

Having followed the instructions in the help file, I have saved my Calendar
as a webpage but when trying to open it in IE6, it is not showing what the
preview showed. Any and all tips/hints would be very much appreciated

Guys, I have finished my Exchange server 2003 installation. I have a linksys router and I have set port 25 and 110 on the linksys router to point to the IP address of the exchange server, and I also have a registered domain name called syt.com, the fun part now is:

1. What do I need to configure in the Exchange box to send and receive emails.

2. Do I need an IP address from my ISP to set it up on my Exchange server, and where in the Exchange do I need to put the IP address supplied by the ISP.

Thanks.

Hello All,
I just got assigned a project to deploy exchange server 2003 in a windows server 2003 environment.In other to get things right, i setup a lab on my PC to simulate the scenario I will be working at when i get to the production environment.

My setup goes thus;

1 Server as Domain Controller (windows server 2003 installed)
1 Server as the exchange server (Exchange server 2003 installed)
2 Clients workstation (Windows XP and Microsoft Outlook installed)

After reading tons of materials, my setup was successful and connection to outlook to the exchange server was a piece of cake. Now that I am locally setup and ready to fly. I need to get to the next phase which is sending and receiving external emails.

I was able to send mail using DNS but all delivered to spam.

I need some pointers/solutions to the following concerns;

1. What do I need to do/setup so that my mails get delivered to inbox (yahoo, Google and others).
2. I am still abit confused on what I need to put in place to get mails delivered to my exchange server from outside the network. I have a domain name registered and I have a public IP address.
I have heard and read of MX records, A record, PTR and other stuffs but still dont have proper understanding of the steps to follow to get this done. Some people told me I will have to call my ISP to do some setup for me on their servers while someone else also told me I could do all the configuration without having to discuss anything with my ISP.

Pls what i need is a coincise solution the the problem at hand. Thanks in advance.

Deepsee

I 'revised' by Distribution List and 'updated' it. Now every time I try to
send an email to this revised Distribution List it sits in my Out Box and
won't deliver.

What do I need to do??

Thanks

my forward button is not available to pick what do i do? I cannot forward any
of my emails please help

I can receive email but my outgoing email is still in the Out box. I checked
to be sure the right settings but nothing happens. What do I do to fix this?

I can receive email but my outgoing email is still in the Out box. I checked
to be sure the right settings but nothing happens. What do I do to fix this?

I am completely new to MS Exchange Server.  I just installed 5.5 on a W2k machine.
I try to find what to next on the books online.  But there is too much to read and I don't have the time.  The server needs to be as soon as possible for testing.  What do I do next?

My environment:
Server: W2k SP4
Exchange Server: 5.5
Internet Connection: ADSL through a router with static IP.  I've opended port 25.
I installed Internet Mail Server.
I have created a new recipient.

then from Control Panel/Mail created an email account connecting to the Exchange Server.  When I try to send a test email, I get the following error:

From: System adminstrator
Subject: Undeliverable: Test 4

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:    Test 4
      Sent:    12/6/2005 12:01 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      'cullen@kellyweston.com' on 12/6/2005 12:01 PM
            None of your e-mail accounts could send to this recipient.

Any help will be appreciated, greatly!!!

How do I delete an email in Outlook that I tried sending that has a too large
attachment? It is stuck in transmission and slowing down my emails. I can't
delete it, as it says it is already in transmission. This has been 5 days.
Help!
Thanks, Barbara

Using Outlook 2007 on Vista Home Premium. Norton Internet Security 2009.

I've configured a POP3 server with an external IP, using ports 110 (inbound) and 25 (outbound).

When I'm not behind a proxy, Outlook works fine.
So the problem isn't with Norton, or the Windows Firewall.

When I'm behind a proxy, and I configure my IE settings with the proxy server settings, Outlooks fails to send/receive emails with the error message:
Task ' - Receiving' reported error (0x80042108) : 'Outlook cannot connect to your incoming (POP3) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'

I tried telnet 110, and it showed:
Connecting To EXTERNAL IP...Could not open connection to the host, on port 110: Connect failed

I tried telnet 110, and I was able to connect:
+OK POP3 server ready

The questions are:
1. What could the problem be?, and
2. What do I need to tell my sysadmin to do to the proxy to make this work?

Thanks in advance.

my send/recieve is trying to load over 1000 emails.  I don't know why it would do that


The "Work Offline" icon is activated.  How do I turn this off so I can begin receiving emails through my Outlook?

I don't recall activating the "offline" option


I recently installed Vista Business on my computer. I forgot to save the old address book from outlook express. When the install was complete, a pop up window told me that a windows.old was created for old files etc. I can find the outlook express program, but can not seem to get my address book. IS is simply lost? Do I just start over by asking mutual friends to send me email addys? Please help if you can.

Thanks in advance, Bob

Hi I have my ex server running in my LAN. And I now need to get it online so that my users can send and receive mail externally.

What do I need to do?

Are there any turtorials that can help me do this?

Thanks

Hi I have my server setup in my LAN. And now I need to allow my users to send and receive mail externally.

What do I need to do?

Are there any tutorials that can help me?

Thanks

Hi, all:

Looks like my email server is on the blacklist. How do i know if my exchange
server2003 is an open proxy.

How to close it if so..

Thanks

    i just need basic security for my Windows Server 2003. Its not for a buisness just for my personal use, but there are emails that are VERY important and contain legal matters..  ec. etc... ALso will use OWA a little bit, but i have Direct Push which is very very important. I need the emails safe, encrytped etc... Do i need an SSL Cert for this? Hardware firewall? not sure what i need or what it will cost?

I accidently deleted all my toolbars in Ootlook 2003, how do I restore them.
I do not have a way to customize because the tool menu is not present. I cant
send email . Please help

Outlook version: 2007 Beta Tech Refresh
OS version: XP SP 2
Processor: Intel Duo 3.2 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
Mail Type: POP

Perhaps a question that someone might actually be able to answer is, Is
there anything I can do to speed up then send/receive process? I tried
disconnecting my Pocket PC so that Active Sync wasn't adding to the delay,
but it seemed to make no difference. I do have some rules, but not that
many. I disabled them and that helped a little, but not much (and it's not a
viable option since the rules take care of many messages for me.) Are there
any tools I can use to diagnose where the slowdown is actually occuring or
what's causing it specifically? I'd welcome the opportunity to help even
more in being a Beta tester by going a bit further in determining the source
of problems rather than just pointing them out...

Outlook is set to check my mail every five minutes. During the Send/Receive
event, all other Outlook functionality is suspended, including pausing Word
when I am in the middle of writing an e-mail (the cursor freezes and text
typed is not displayed, but fills in when the Send/Receive is completed.)
This would indicate to me that the Send/Receive is running on the same thread
as the main application. If I am correct, why is it done this way? Why is
the Send/Receive event not run on its own thread apart from the main app so
that things like moving messages between folders and writing messages isn't
temporarily frozen? I realize it's a Beta, but receiving 2k worth of e-mail
over a 3 Mb connection shouldn't take 20 seconds, it should take less than
one, especially on this machine. If it was on its own thread, this wouldn't
matter as much, but still. I tested my pop server via telnet from the same
machine and it's essentially instant in its responses.

Gurus,

Running Outlook 2003 in Corporate mode. Exchange 2003 server on the
back-end. I have the following questions.

1. What do I need to change to add a contact while offline? When I try to
add one Outlook says "Outlook must be online to complete this action."
2. I can no longer address emails by clicking on TO to draw on Global
addressbook or contacts. I can reply on to messages already in my Inbox
because the message address is already there.

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