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Outlook 2003 and Gmail


kingkirt

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Hi all,

I use Outlook 2003 as my email programme and am having issues with it hanging up since I have set up various IMAP email accounts and for Outlook to download these emails into the folder list. Downloading POP emails are fine its just IMAP.

I have looked on Gmail and MS for a work around but cant find anything so I now ask you knowledgebale lot.

If you have experienced this and know of a work around then please let me know.

Thanks in advance

Kev

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mgmcc

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Are all of your IMAP accounts downloading into their own separate Inbox folders?

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kingkirt

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Yes, each IMAP account has its own folder with sub folders within.

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Woolwell

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How many IMAP accounts do you have? When Outlook is first opened each one has to sync and download the latest e-mails. The sync could be taking time.

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kingkirt

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Hi,

I have four IMAP accounts set up and one POP account.

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Woolwell

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Are there a large number of e-mails in each IMAP account?

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