Which outlook to get


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rayh78

Which outlook do I need to use email accounts.
I have outlook 2000 but understand that will not work with the new pop
accounts. Would outlook 2003 be ok instead of paying for 2007.
I am only trying to use it like I did outlook express. Since hotmai
changed to the new windows live mail I cannot use outlook express t
see my three email accounts in different folders (inboxs).
I have a hotmail , gmail and verizon accounts
And I dont like the new Windows Live mail that was supposed to replac
outlook express.

Thanks for any suggestion
 
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Gordon

rayh78 said:
Which outlook do I need to use email accounts.
I have outlook 2000 but understand that will not work with the new pop3
accounts. Would outlook 2003 be ok instead of paying for 2007.
I am only trying to use it like I did outlook express. Since hotmail
changed to the new windows live mail I cannot use outlook express to
see my three email accounts in different folders (inboxs).
I have a hotmail , gmail and verizon accounts
And I dont like the new Windows Live mail that was supposed to replace
outlook express.

Thanks for any suggestions

If you want to see separate folders for each email account then you need
Outlook 2003 and the Outlook Connector.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You can most certainly use POP3 with Outlook 2000. You cannot use the
Connector so you will only get the inbox, not other folders like you could
use HTTP.

Outlook 2003 will work fine, if you have a licensed copy.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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rayh78

Thanks,
Found a copy of outlook 2003 on ebay but for about same price was abl
to just go ahead and get MS office Pro 2003. I still use Ms Offic
2000
 

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