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Microsoft Office Outlook On Vista - Anybody?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by thedon23, Dec 28, 2009.

  1. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Okay guys, I know this isn't a tech support forum, but you guys are more helpful than members on any other forums. Hopefully I can get some help here with getting bashed. :D

    I use Microsoft Office Outlook on a Vista PC. Now, for some reason, in order to receive new emails, I have to CLOSE Microsoft Office Outlook, then reopen it.

    If I just leave it open, I will not receive any emails sent within that time (until I close the program and reopen it).

    Anybody have any suggestions?
     
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  2. headliner

    headliner Registered Member

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    Just hit the Send/Receive button. Should do he trick.

    -HL
     
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  3. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Ditch outlook and get Thunderbird or The Bat
     
  4. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Simple enough, lmao. Thanks man.

    Is there any way to make Outlook check for new mail every let's say 30 minutes?
     
  5. pnc2010

    pnc2010 Newbie

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    Tools - Options - Mail Setup Tab - Send/Receive Button : then set the Schedule an automatic send/receive every XX minutes
     
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  6. CYBERTRON

    CYBERTRON Regular Member

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    Sounds like you didnt set up the addy correct. You have to do this with Outlook turned off. From the control Panel you will need to click the "mail" icon. On some systems they are listed under the 32-bit control panel icon. Anyway, from there just click repair and outlook will correct the mistake. Re-open Outlook again n give it a try. Im currently using this system so If you need anything further just PM me =)
     
  7. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Got it fixed already, but thanks for the suggestion. If anything goes wrong again, I'll be sure to try that!