Hotmail account in Outlook 2003


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colin

Hi all,

I've got 2 email accounts, (e-mail address removed) and (e-mail address removed). I've setup
Outlook 2003 to send and receive from both these accounts and all works fine
but with 1 'glitch' that I can't seem to resolve. As those of you who use
Hotmail through Outlook know, Outlook creates a second 'Inbox', 'Outbox',
'Sent Items' etc in addition to the standard POP3 inbox etc. My problem is
that if I send from my '(e-mail address removed)' mail account, the standard 'Sent
Items' shows the sent mail. If I send from my Hotmail account, this sent
mail appears in both the standard 'sent items' and the Hotmail 'sent items'.
Common sense dictates that it should only appear in the 'sent items' of the
account it was set from. Anyone know how to resolve this ? Many thanks in
advance.

Regards Colin.
 
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colin

Hi Brian,

I appreciate that but 2 hours after posting, this message still hadn't
appeared.

Regards Colin.
 
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Brian Tillman

colin said:
I appreciate that but 2 hours after posting, this message still hadn't
appeared.

The second post showed up 21 minutes after the first one.
 
C

colin

Maybe I'll try another support group - this one isn't that friendly. If you
spent as much time helping as you do giving sarcastic comments, maybe a lot
of problems could be solved.
 
B

Brian Tillman

colin said:
Maybe I'll try another support group - this one isn't that friendly.
If you spent as much time helping as you do giving sarcastic
comments, maybe a lot of problems could be solved.

Obviously you haven't read much in this newsgroup.
 
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Brian Tillman

colin said:
Maybe I'll try another support group - this one isn't that friendly.
If you spent as much time helping as you do giving sarcastic
comments, maybe a lot of problems could be solved.

Why don't you check your _original_ thread and answer the question I asked?
 
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