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MS Outlook 2000

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jdraw, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. jdraw

    jdraw Thread Starter

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    I have a similar problem. I have found other items in groups saying they have similar problem, but I haven't found any solutions.

    Here's my problem.

    I have W2K professional, Outlook 2000 on a small network.
    I connect to ISP (Bell Sympatico) via DSL modem, behind that I have Linksys 4 port router, on the network I have a P2 (also with W2K, Office 2000, ) and an AMD 2500.

    I have been sending and receiving emails from the P2 and AMD without problem. About 2 weeks ago it started, the AMD can not send, although it can receive. The P2 can send /receive without problem.

    I have reinstalled O2K on the AMD, applied all Office updates. I have created new accounts.

    I have removed router from network and connected AMD directly to DSL modem and I can send and receive. I have shut the DSL modem off and on several times to get a new IP.

    I put the router back in to create network, and can not send from AMD. I can telnet from AMD and P2 to the pop3 server and the smtp server fine.

    I have changed the ports I plug the cables for the P2 and AMD into on the router ; I have even tried another NIC on the AMD. Nothing changes - still can not send on the AMD.

    Do you have any suggestions???
     
  2. Rollin' Rog

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    jdraw, I've created a "new" thread for your issues. Please continue in this one rather than piggyback others.
     
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