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I upgraded from Outlook Express to Outlook yesterday. Everything went fine in the transition (I can send & receive email just fine). But there’s one glitch that I didn’t have with Outlook Express. Now when I open Outlook, it initially dials as it should, then does a quick send/receive. At that point, it then shuts off the internet connection, which I don’t want.
I’ve checked my settings, & under Tools, Options, Mail Setup, I have these two items selected: “Always use existing dial-up connection,” & “Automatically dial during a background send/receive.” I have left unchecked the option to “Hang up when finished with a manual send/receive" for obvious reasons. Now the workaround I’m forced to do is log onto the internet via my shortcut on the desktop, then leave it on while I have Outlook on—that seems to work OK. (With OE, I'd open it, OE dialed automatically, & stayed online so I could browse the web, etc.)
It looks like I have all of the same settings for POP3 email account that I previously did. Do you know of any setting that I’ve forgotten?
I use Outlook at work (with a T1 connection though) & haven’t had any problems like this. Of course, I realize that dial-up may have some special setting that I’ve overlooked. Please advise. I'm hoping some Outlook users with dialup know a solution.
I'm running Office 2003 on a machine with XP SP2, & Norton Antivirus & Firewall 2003. Thanks in advance!
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