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Outlook Send Receive Queries

By mccarthysmith ·
Outlook send receive problems (Version Outlook 2002 (10.4712.4219) SP-2

OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 1 Build 2600

When proceeding to:

Go Tools > options > Mail Setup > Send Receive > Edit > Account Properties > POP E-mail;

I correct the mispelling of my name, then I carry on to > Connection ticking 'connect using my phone line and selecting modem' and then;

> advanced selecting 'Remove copy messages after 10 days and remove from Server when deleted from Deleted Items'.

With these alterations, I then proceed backwards to close for saving.

Without closing Outlook these alterations are in place.

HOWEVER, ONCE I CLOSE OUTLOOK, THEY ARE ALL LOST.

HOW CAN I CORRECT THIS TO PERMANENTLY SAVE?

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by fred07 In reply to Outlook Send Receive Quer ...

Hi , Are you using "APPLY" before leaving the options??? Simple I know, but I have done it a time or two.
Hope this helps.

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by mccarthysmith In reply to Outlook Send Receive Quer ...

THANKS BUT HERE IS THE SUCCESSFUL ANSWER
Please start Outlook by going to Start...Run and typing outlook /safe then clicking ok. Go to Tools...Email Accounts...View or change existing email accounts
Choose the correct account then click on Change, make sure all settings are ok then click on More Settings...Advanced and make sure that's alright then click OK...Next and Finish. It will only show the Next button if all the details are in and correct so by going back you are losing any changes.
DAVID

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by mccarthysmith In reply to Outlook Send Receive Quer ...

THANKS BUT HERE IS THE SUCCESSFUL ANSWER
Please start Outlook by going to Start...Run and typing outlook /safe then clicking ok. Go to Tools...Email Accounts...View or change existing email accounts
Choose the correct account then click on Change, make sure all settings are ok then click on More Settings...Advanced and make sure that's alright then click OK...Next and Finish. It will only show the Next button if all the details are in and correct so by going back you are losing any changes.
DAVID

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by mccarthysmith In reply to Outlook Send Receive Quer ...

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