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Duplicate e-mails in Incredimail

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by AmyTiger37, Jun 26, 2010.

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  1. AmyTiger37

    AmyTiger37 Thread Starter

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    How do I stop getting duplicate e-mails in my Incredimail e-mails. Sometimes I even get 3 of the same e-mails. It's very exasperating. HELP PLEASE!
     
  2. EAFiedler

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    Hi AmyTiger37

    Do you have your e-mail account setup in Incredimail twice?
    If so, delete one of the accounts.

    Do you have a Gmail account configured to bring in mail from another e-mail account?


    Let us know what you find.
     
  3. itsmevader

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    Please also check the forwarding settings. Make sure you have not place your same account in forwardto settings.
     
  4. AmyTiger37

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    I started having duplicate e-mails when I upgraded to IncrediMail2.0. When I went to my add/delete files I didn't see 2 IncrediMail setups. All my e-mails go directly to my IncrediMail account.
     
  5. EAFiedler

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    Technically, there is not an Incredimail account...there is an Incredimail e-mail program that picks up your messages from your ISP's e-mail account, correct?

    So, we need you to check under Tools > Accounts (in Incredimail) and see if there are any duplications of the e-mail account you setup in the original Incredimail program.
     
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