Missing/Blank Hotmail Emails from Outlook but appear in hotmail


M

msellards

Outlook (connector) is blanking out some emails from hotmail. They are still
in hotmail and the line with the date is still in outlook but everything else
is missing. They do not repopulate even after doing a send and receive. I can
delte them in outlook and they will delted in hotmail, but if I do not go to
hotmail and find them first I do not know what I am deleting. Any thoughts
would be appreciated.
 
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LD5SZRA

msellards said:
Outlook (connector) is blanking out some emails from hotmail. They are still
in hotmail and the line with the date is still in outlook but everything else
is missing. They do not repopulate even after doing a send and receive. I can
delte them in outlook and they will delted in hotmail, but if I do not go to
hotmail and find them first I do not know what I am deleting. Any thoughts
would be appreciated.
Have you tried downloading your hotmail emails in Windows Live Mail? I
too have found that Outlook isn't a good tool to download emails from
Hotmail. Also, Windows Live Mail does not require any connectors to
connect to Hotmail. I prefer WLM to OL.

WLM can be downloaded free of charge from here:

<http://download.live.com/wlmail>

hth


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