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#1 pendejo

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 07:49 PM

A feature of Outlook Express allows you to create additional email account addresses (sub-user). I created some, however my email recipients are not able to respond to me using the new addresses. All I receive is a notification of email "delivery failure."

I tried to register for a forum using the new email address; and a message said I had established an account and that I would receive an email to use to activate my account. However, I never received the email.

Anyone know what could be causing this problem?

Thanks in advance ...

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Posted 21 November 2005 - 08:18 PM

Just out of curiosity, besides adding the identities did you also add the relevant SMTP information for the newly created identities? Just adding the identities, isn't enough. You need to set up the SMTP information too.

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