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Outlook 2007

By steve ·
I have a client keeps receiving duplicate e-mails Outlook 2007 under Xp Pro. The client has 5 e-mail accounts setup with NO rules I have found that by enabling and dis-anabling the accounts that one account when enabled will cause OUTLOOK 2007 to start downloading duplicates.

I have set the 4 other accounts to download automatically which they do "no problem" so any ideas?

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Holy wow

by NexS In reply to Outlook 2007

There are alot of words here, and at first glance, they look like they could make sense.
But alas, it doesn't. At all.

From what I <b>can</b> understand, you should have a look at the Exchange Server to see if there are auto-forward rules setup.


Also, 'dis-anabling'?

I mean, really?

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Yeh.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Holy wow

That leapt right out there, didn't it?

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See what I mean about pulling up your socks

by santeewelding In reply to Holy wow

Before you share a private process without public attributes, like punctuation and capitalization?

It's as if nobody else exists, which is the way some people drive.

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Is that

by NexS In reply to See what I mean about pul ...

A criticism?

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If by that you mean

by santeewelding In reply to Is that

Numerous misspellings on your part of late...

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I disagree

by NexS In reply to If by that you mean

With the exception of one or two.

Keep in mind, I spell words the 'English' way.
<i>Colour, Favourite, Organise.</i>

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"definately"...

by santeewelding In reply to I disagree
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With the exception

by NexS In reply to "definately"...

Of a couple.
Or 'cupple', if you prefer.

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An all time favourite.

by seanferd In reply to "definately"...

definately, defiantly

Classics, both.

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Yup

by santeewelding In reply to "definately"...

"Defiantly" is the classic, favoured by our own Col, which I think he extends the way an angler fish does.

"Definately", though, is an abortion.

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