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I have been noticing some weird things going on with my Outlook 2003. I know I have emails that have been sent to me, but when I go into outlook they arent there. I click "send/receive" and nothing comes through.

When I restart my computer, then I go into outlook and wala, there they are.

Any ideas? Im stumped..
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Do you connect via a dedicated outlook server or are you using pop3?
Also are you viewing your mail online or do you download to an offline folder?
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Sorry, but Im kind of a newb to this stuff. I am using Outlook to bring in my Comcast email. I am viewing it online...

Does that help?
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Originally Posted by KANJIBANKERS
Sorry, but Im kind of a newb to this stuff. I am using Outlook to bring in my Comcast email. I am viewing it online...

Does that help?
Yes so you set up your SMTP and PO3 as

smtp.comcast.net
mail.comcast.net?

Click on Options->Mail Setup (tab)->Data Files->Add
A window will pop up and from that window select Office Outlook Personel Folders File. It will prompt you for the location so just put it in a common place where you can always find it.

Next:
You can automatically synchronize your offline folders at a time or time intervals that you specify, or you can manually synchronize them whenever you need to. Whether you synchronize automatically or manually, you must first have specified the folders for offline use.

You must first set up Microsoft Outlook to work offline and, if using an Exchange Server e-mail account, select the Exchange folders you want available offline.

Manually synchronize folders

Do one of the following:

To synchronize the selected folder, click the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, and then click This Folder.
To synchronize all of your folders that are set up for offline use, click the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, and then click Send/Receive All.
To synchronize a Send/Receive group of folders, click the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, and then click the name of the Send/Receive group.
Automatically synchronize folders

On the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, point to Send/Receive Settings, and then click Define Send/Receive Groups.
Under Group Name, select a send/receive group group.
Do either or both of the following:
Set up online synchronization

Under Setting for group Send/Receive group name, select the check boxes that you want:
To automatically synchronize all folders at specified intervals while you're online, select the Schedule an automatic send/receive every x minutes check box, and then enter a number between 1 and 1440.
To synchronize all folders after every online Microsoft Outlook session, select the Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting check box.
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