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problem with outlook express

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Toddy147, Feb 2, 2005.

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  1. Toddy147

    Toddy147 Thread Starter

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    Hiya
    Only a minor problem but irritating
    When i have incoming mail it used to advise me in my taskbar and also by a voice message that doesnt happen anymore and I dont recall changing anything can anyone help
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. bkdc

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    Click TOOLS, OPTIONS, select the GENERAL Tab.

    You should have check in the box next to "play sound when new message arrives" , if not click the little box to add the check, then click the APPLY box in the bottom right corner.
    While you are there, you may want to verify that the "Check for new messages every xx minutes" is checked & the number of minutes that is set.
     
  3. Toddy147

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    I did all that before thats why im confused
    I am using hotmail but was ok before and I did check all my settings
     
  4. Toddy147

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    Well I did all that before and still nothing i did redo them again but to no avail :-(
     
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    I know that since MS made it so there is a basic and a premium hotmail, you have to be subscribed to the PREMIUM version to be able to receive your messages through outlook/oe.
     
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