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Windows 8.1 Outlook 2013 Reporting More Emails Than It Should


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#1 smoof

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Posted 11 August 2014 - 11:11 AM

I can't find ant reference to anyone having this problem anywhere.

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Windows 8.1

Office Pro 2013

Windows Defender

 

Sometimes but not always when Outlook performs a Send operation, it reports mutiple messages when it shoudn't be.

Manual Send/Recieve only far as i know.

For instance, if i create one email, and hit send, the progress bar at the bottom says sending message 10 of 10.

It does not do this every time, that i know. I haven't found a trigger or rhyme or reason, i can't force it to happen.

And the "extra" number isnt always an extra 9, or a factor of 10 of the messages to be sent, it seems to vary, but i haven't been able to "see/catch" it enough times to guanatee that statement.

My Outlook checks 15 different email addresses, I do know it's not "times 15" as through it was one for each address.

 

Seems to happen only on Send. Recieve always recives the same number it should.

 

it is not the "messages getting stuck in the outbox" problem, resulting in mutiple Sends. The messages pass directly out.

 

AdwCleaner, Malwarebytes both "regular" and anti-rootkit find nothing.

 

Computer approx. 3 months old, no Known infections or ones that have been removed.



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Posted 11 August 2014 - 11:28 AM

What e-mail client are you using.


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Posted 11 August 2014 - 11:45 AM

Thanks for the fast reply.

Outlook 2013

All adresses POP.

Some addresses "direct" (? not sure what to call it, I have my own hosting acct and they are my addresses) some are gmail, but hosted - as in Hosted through google, no @gmail addresses.



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Posted 11 August 2014 - 11:53 AM

I'm pretty sure that the sending X of Y is referring to the accounts that you have set to send things on.  Here is what I did:

1.  Created an e-mail, and sent it to myself (one of 6 sending accounts).
2.  It said all time, sending 1 of 6, on multiple attempts.
3.  Disabled one account, it said sending 1 of 5.

Have a great day!
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Posted 11 August 2014 - 12:31 PM

OK, Thank you.

Long as it's nothing Known to worry about.

 

Had some nasty keyloggers on an old machine, so now I get paranoid.

 

Have a great day yourself!






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