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Cox.net / Outlook 2002 Conflicts

Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by DTinVA, Apr 28, 2004.

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  1. DTinVA

    DTinVA Thread Starter

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    I just started using an Ipaq 4150 with the included Outlook 2002. My ISP, Cox.net only supports Outlook Express. I've noticed over a couple of days of having Outlook receiving and sending mail that I get periodic error messages when it tries to send/receive. Sometimes it requires that I restart my modem, sometimes not. The other computer on the network has this happen too. I'm wondering if Outlook 2002 is having a conflict with Cox. That is the only thing that has been done differently over this time period. BTW, the 2002 box is a W98 while the other box on the network is WXP.

    Is anyone else using a pocket pc with Outlook 2002 on Cox.net successfully? I'd really like to be able to use it so I don't have to have one program for e-mail and another one for calendar and contacts.
     
  2. dagorock

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    I have cox.net and a hp ipaq 2215. I do not use outlook express. I use outlook. You can import/export your settings between the two email clients for faster setup. Good luck
     
  3. DTinVA

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    Thanks, I'll give that a try. You haven't had any weird occurrences where the e-mail client has errors sending and receiving?
     
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