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Outlook 2002 - Sending issues

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by 356cabbie`, Nov 2, 2007.

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  1. 356cabbie`

    356cabbie` Thread Starter

    Nov 2, 2007
    Interesting issue with Outlook 2002.

    All of my email functions were working fine, then I interrupted the downloading of some mail. There was a huge file, so I stopped delivery, went to my ISP web mail and downloaded it from there. Done this many times and its faster and if its junk I can delete it. Well this time Outlook didn't like it.

    Symptoms: Starting prompting for user name and password. Wouldn't send or receive.
    Action: Clear everything off the web mail and receiving mail started working.

    Now sending is still OS. All settings are correct for sending mail through my ISP provider.

    The interesting thing is I can setup the exact same email account in Outlook express and works like a champ, both sending and receiving. Use those same settings in Outlook, doesn't work.

    I have done the "detect and repair" route
    I have done the "scanpst.exe" route
    I have remove the account and reboot route

    Any other ideas?:confused:

    Thanks inadvance

  2. cherry pie

    cherry pie

    Jun 4, 2007
    By this do you mean you deleted the account and re-created it?

    Try to close outlook, delete (outlook.ost) and open outlook again to create a new profile. See if this helps.
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