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Windows Mail configuration - Not seeing new account in navigation pane??

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by StarfireD, Nov 17, 2012.

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  1. StarfireD

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    Hi
    I have configured my new domain name email address in the Windows Mail internet 'Tools' > Accounts etc. The newly set up account 'name' does not present in the left windows navigation pane with 'Inbox' etc.like a couple of others I have!!
    The unusual part about the configuration is ....I can send mail using the new email address to my main existing mail address which I have received but when I do a check send to the new address ...I don't receive the mail sent to the new address???
    I know its in there some where due to sending and no bounce back ...spent quite a few hours trying everything to rectify this situation ...but to no avail!!!
    The in coming mail server is POP3 110 - Outgoing mail (SMTP) 25 ...Same address mail.XXXXXX.com.au ...in both the incoming & outgoing as per host/provider instruction.
    In the Tools > Accounts 'general' the rec & sync box is ticked ...understand that one!
    All other boxes in 'servers' and 'advanced' with exception of the 'delivery' in 'advanced' (leave a copy... ) remain without ticks. Did try with ticking the boxes etc to see if I missed out on any format!! Still missing my new email address!!!
    What is the process to setting up a new email account to appear in the left navigation email accounts pane?
    Any assistance to adjust/correct the situation will be greatly appreciated. Ta!
     
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