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Outlook sending/recieving problems


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#1 Leanie

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Posted 26 September 2009 - 07:16 PM

Weird stuff has been happening with my Outlook Express 6. Webmail through my provider works fine. when I email someone that is in my address book they don't recieve my email but I can get theirs. I emailed a friend today and she wasn't getting my email, so I looked at my webmail and for some reason she was listed as spam. I clicked her as not spam and sent her a new email FROM my webmail and she got it and sent me one back and I got hers in Outlook. After that, I tried again to send her one through Outlook and she didn't get it. So apparently something is not right with my Outlook. I called my provider and they said all my settings in outlook were right, I'm not getting any errors either. They think it's a software problem. I need this fixed because I do some business through my email and it's a pain to have to send emails through their webmail. It's at&t and I guess a month ago they merged with yahoo mail, and ever since then I've been having this problem, also around the same time I had to have my pc repaired due to virus', so one or the other caused this email problem. Thanks to anyone who can help me.

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