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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by magpiess, Jun 25, 2004.

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  1. magpiess

    magpiess Thread Starter

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    I can't send or receive any mail from outlook express, I have windows ME, and use peoplepc., I contacted them and they told me to go to internet options and change my email to outlook express and I did and it still doesn't work. For some reason peoplepc says it is my default email even though I didn't change it to that.
    I have trapped mail and desperately need help.
    Thanks
     
  2. sekirt

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    Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums​

    Why didn't you make it your default email client? Do you get some kind of error message? You will have to provide more details.

    Did you set up your account with the proper POP3 and SMTP information provided by Peoplepc?

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  3. etaf

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    any error messages or numbers
    have a look at the settings - i have known them to change...

    have a look here
    http://www.visn.co.uk/outlook-express-settings.html

    BUT YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW YOUR - username, password, the mail server and smtp server

    is everything else working ok - you can get onto the interenet and surf - etc
     
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