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Outlook Express

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#1 marv73


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Posted 10 February 2008 - 08:13 PM

Is there a way to halt an incoming message from continuing to download?? I don't want to further offend the sender(sister) by asking her not to send any more lengthy mail. My computer downloads very slowly and it seems it takes ages to download 3-4 MB of info. I know I can abort the whole process temporarily but that only means the message will still be there on my next download. Seems to me there should be a way to stop or delete the current message downloading and continue on with the rest of the download.
I'm using XP Home OS Thanks

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 08:15 PM

As I recall, you can stop the download by clicking on Stop (but it's been a while since I used OE).

As for deleting it, you can log on to the webmail interface for your email and delete it there before opening Outlook Express.
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