Not recieveing emails on 2 out of 3 accounts


Z

Zabdiel

I'm using Outlook 2003 to check 3 email accounts. I'll let's call
them:

(e-mail address removed)
(e-mail address removed)
(e-mail address removed)

All 3 are POP/SMTP accounts, all the settings for each are the same.
Last week all 3 were working. On Friday I had to change the password
on (e-mail address removed). Since then I get 3 copies of any emails sent to
(e-mail address removed) and no emails sent to either support email account.
The support accounts are monitored by other people in my office who do
recieve emails (we've got them set to leave the emails on the server
for 10 days).

If I hit reply to each of the three emails recieved on my account then
outlook will try to send a reply for each of my 3 accounts - as if it
thinks they have come from my 3 accounts.

I don't get any errors when I do a send receive. I've installed
Thunderbird and that downloads emails on all 3 accounts fine. Does
anyone know what the problem could be?
 
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Z

Zabdiel

Today I have set one of accounts ([email protected]) so that it is
not included in an automatic send recieve. I now only get two copies
of my emails. When I do a manual send recieve I get the 3rd copy.
I'm fairly sure that the duplicate emails and the two support accounts
not worknig are have the same cause.
 
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Z

Zabdiel

In the "Advanced" tab, "Internet E-mail Settings" (via Accounts), what
do you have for "Leave a copy of messages on the server" (checked or
unchecked)?

I have it checked for all my accounts. However if I uncheck it for
(e-mail address removed) then I still get 3 copies of my email (or 2 if I
disable one of the support accounts). I don't get any emails on
either support account. I've just tried deleting one of th support
accounts and adding it back on but that doesn't help either. Getting
duplicates is anoying but not getting my support emails is a killer.
Thunderbird works but doesn't have all the features of outlook.
 

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