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    Simple question (2007)

    Hi Folks,
    This is probably a simple question, but I'[m not familiar with Outlook 2007 at all. I have two accounts on my PC, in one account I have to tell Outlook to go to the Road Runner server and get my email. In the other account, Outlook seems to do this automatically when logging on to that account. Outlook moves the email from Road Runner rather than copy it thus removing it from Road runner.
    I want to turn this automatic function off, how do I do that? In other words I want to have to tell Outlook to get the email.

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    Re: Simple question (2007)

    If I understand you correctly, you want to know How to make Outlook 2007 leave a copy of my messages on the server.

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    Re: Simple question (2007)

    Hi Leif,
    Yes that would work. However, I would really like to have to tell Outlook to get the email, not do it by itself.
    I am at work right now and cant open the link you sent me but I will check it out when I get home.
    Thanks,

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    Re: Simple question (2007)

    You can exclude an e-mail account from sending/receiving automatically. Outlook uses send/receive groups for this; see:
    Why use Send/Receive groups?
    Schedule when a send/receive command runs

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    Re: Simple question (2007)

    Hi Hans,
    I was able to open these links and this seems to be what I was looking for.
    Thanks,

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