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#1 dtilt

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 04:09 PM

2 questions

any way to stop getting the error message that a email cannot be transmitted because of incorrect address?
everytime I send a new email or go in and out of my email account I keep getting this message and asks do I want to send the email again. No I do not and please quit telling me something I know is incorrect. This is driving me crazy!!!

also I have several email accounts like yahoo and hotmail setup, but my primary email account is Outlook through my cable subscriber. Does anyone know if I can safely and without creating error issues and conflicts, set up Outlook to use as my primary email.

If I switch to Outlook now so I can get calendaring and the full features - will I be creating a nightmare with my other accounts and transmissions? I want all my accounts to be seperate ones. I have tried this in previous years and usually it creates all kinds of issues. I want to avoid this, but I would like to be able to use Outlook alone or both Outlook and Outlook Express and my other email accounts also all without issue.

Hope I have explained everything ok.

thanks

dtilt

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