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    Simple send/receive question (Outlook 2003)

    I setup a friend's Outlook account for an ISP (dialup) to send/receive mail. But until he actually moves, which won't be for another few days, he's using a broadband (satellite) ISP to connect to the Internet. He called me last night while I was out on another call and left a message saying he couldn't access his e-mail. So, the obvious question is, what do I have to do to allow him to access his e-mail which is serviced by the dialup Provider when connected with the Satellite service?

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    Re: Simple send/receive question (Outlook 2003)

    Does the dialup ISP provide a web mail interface?

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    Re: Simple send/receive question (Outlook 2003)

    I'm not sure, although I would assume that it does. However, he has no knowledge of webmail which I asked him about once. He would prefer to not use webmail if possible.

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    Re: Simple send/receive question (Outlook 2003)

    Look in the accounts area, and then select the account and then "Change", then the "More Settings". Then select the "Out going Server" Tab. Enter a check at "My outgoing server..........." and make sure that "Use Same settings as my incoming..." is selected. the OK out.

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