I have to hit send and receive


T

Todd

Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
 
R

Randy Dietz

I have the same problem and I've seen several other posts about this but no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message every 60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled but how
can I view the log?


Randy

Russ Valentine said:
Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Todd said:
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

I have never used HTTP with Outlook so I can't help. I am not even sure
automatic polling even applies to HTTP mail.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
I have the same problem and I've seen several other posts about this but no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message every 60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled but how
can I view the log?


Randy

Russ Valentine said:
Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Todd said:
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
R

Randy Dietz

Outlook Express automatically polls my MSN HTTP email account no problem.

Russ Valentine said:
I have never used HTTP with Outlook so I can't help. I am not even sure
automatic polling even applies to HTTP mail.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
I have the same problem and I've seen several other posts about this but no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message
every
60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled but how
can I view the log?


Randy

Russ Valentine said:
Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Yes, but that is simply displaying a web based folder that is updated
continuously, not polling a mail server. Someone who's familiar with HTTP
mail can help you.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
Outlook Express automatically polls my MSN HTTP email account no problem.

Russ Valentine said:
I have never used HTTP with Outlook so I can't help. I am not even sure
automatic polling even applies to HTTP mail.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
I have the same problem and I've seen several other posts about this
but
no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message
every
60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled but how
can I view the log?


Randy

Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
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Philip Newman

but what is the difference between manual send/receive, and an automatic
one???

no difference, surely.

phil

Russ Valentine said:
Yes, but that is simply displaying a web based folder that is updated
continuously, not polling a mail server. Someone who's familiar with HTTP
mail can help you.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
Outlook Express automatically polls my MSN HTTP email account no problem.

Russ Valentine said:
I have never used HTTP with Outlook so I can't help. I am not even sure
automatic polling even applies to HTTP mail.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I have the same problem and I've seen several other posts about this but
no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully
receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email
service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message every
60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled
but
how
can I view the log?


Randy

Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
G

Guest

Not to sure on outlook version its the on that came with
office xp my mail account POP3 and i have a cable
connection
-----Original Message-----
Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Todd said:
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?

.
 
R

Randy Dietz

Can we get a clue from the logging file? My tools|options|other|advanced
options dialog box shows that logging is enabled but how
can I view the log?


Philip Newman said:
but what is the difference between manual send/receive, and an automatic
one???

no difference, surely.

phil

Russ Valentine said:
Yes, but that is simply displaying a web based folder that is updated
continuously, not polling a mail server. Someone who's familiar with HTTP
mail can help you.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Randy Dietz said:
Outlook Express automatically polls my MSN HTTP email account no problem.

I have never used HTTP with Outlook so I can't help. I am not even sure
automatic polling even applies to HTTP mail.
this
but
no
solutions. I posted the following on 3/10.

Hello, can anybody help me figure out why outlook 2003 successfully
receives
email when I hit F9 but the automatic send/receive fails to find new
messages even though it seems to poll the server every 60 seconds?


Under tools|options|mail setup|e-mail accounts|view or change existing
e-mail accounts I have 1 HTTP email account setup and the HTTP email
service
provider is MSN.

tools|options|mail setup|send/receive has 'schedule an automatic
send/receive every 1 minutes' and the status bar displays a message
every
60
seconds which tells me that it's working correctly.

Tools|options|other|advanced options shows that logging is enabled but
how
can I view the log?


Randy

Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type,
connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?
 
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R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Have you set an automatic polling interval in Tools > Send/Receive groups?
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Not to sure on outlook version its the on that came with
office xp my mail account POP3 and i have a cable
connection
-----Original Message-----
Not without knowing your Outlook version, mail account type, connection
type, and your Work Offline settings.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Todd said:
Every time i want to get my new mail withoutlook i have
to hit send a receive to get my new mail to come up can
anbody help me with this?

.
 

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