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Ya i did that but i can barley make the numbers out on the recipt... But the scanned image of it is crystal clear...
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Just used gmail , seemed like it worked fine , thanks every one.
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Gmail FTW
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The only thing about E-Mail programs, make sure, when sending, it does send out your messages/images because sometimes it might not connect to the server which will result in a failure of message sending. Usually it does not tell you your message is not sent.

That has happened to me a few times in Windows Live Mail, and I lost a few messages, but then I noticed that you will not find it in your Sent folder, because it is not sent, so if you could press the Send and Receive button, that will fix the issue if it does not send, it seems like there is some kind of memory holding it.

I love Windows Live Mail better than Thunderbird as you do not have to put any plug ins.
    
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The only thing about E-Mail programs, make sure, when sending, it does send out your messages/images because sometimes it might not connect to the server which will result in a failure of message sending. Usually it does not tell you your message is not sent.

That has happened to me a few times in Windows Live Mail, and I lost a few messages, but then I noticed that you will not find it in your Sent folder, because it is not sent, so if you could press the Send and Receive button, that will fix the issue if it does not send, it seems like there is some kind of memory holding it.

I love Windows Live Mail better than Thunderbird as you do not have to put any plug ins.
This is why I prefer Outlook for e-mail (no, not Outlook Express). Plus, I get the added benefit of the calendar, the reminders, etc.
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I never tried Outlook because I always thought you needed your own server for it?
    
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lol, just set up your email address and you'll send/recieve from that configured account.
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I never tried Outlook because I always thought you needed your own server for it?
What gave you that idea? It's just a glorified e-mail client. The best part, I can still read e-mails I've already received when my the cable internet access is malfunctioning.

In other words, I hate webmail. Outlook 2002 (Office XP) is absolutely awesome. Not only is it a great for Pop3, but it does Microsoft Exchange Server, IMAP, HTTP (like Hotmail), and it also has "Additional Server Types" where you can connect to another workgroup or a 3rd party mail server.

Outlook is also the perfect organizer for me. It's all on my computer, and I don't have to write down anything. I have a calendar, reminders, and a to-do list.

Although, I'm only using it for Pop3 at the moment.

I won't use anything else. I refuse to use Thunderbird, Outlook Express, or anything else. I tried Thunderbird, but Outlook smokes it.
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