It came in a group of e-mails from people I know. I also have reinstalled and uninstalled...no luck. Any suggestions? If there is already an Internet e-mail service, set the servers in its properties to the correct ones if they are wrong.
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Spamnophobic 0 Member Members 0 75 posts Gender:Female Location:Amsterdam, The Netherlands Posted April 9, 2008 From your description it sounds If there is an item there (in the window under "Services") called "Internet e-mail", click Properties. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/suspicious-e-mail-and-a-ms-outlook-2000-problem-88408/ If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ.
Thanks ahead of time, Angel P.S....this is a personal computer and I suppose shouldn't be set up as workgroup...do I change that in 'mail'options in control panel? [Edited by Angel_on_ice on GEO-2000 will be the benchmark reference and guide to the state of the global environment. I suspected something was wrong when I changed the password on the server and changed it in Outlook and started getting password errors. You can also try running repair on the PST file, have you done that yet?
Run SCANPST.EXE against your *.PST file to rule out corruption. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? It's been made a little clearer and easier to manage by the time we get to Outlook 2003. Anne Troy, May 6, 2001 #11 Angel_on_ice Thread Starter Joined: Jun 21, 1999 Messages: 37 Hey Dreamboat, I must be pretty lucky because I have both of you helping me out!
Tell him dreamboat says hi! http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2000/outlook-2000-with-sp-3-installed-problem.html appvnstore02 // August 25, 2016 10:06am PST 0 it´´s about my problem on my website with error gyrosmantv // January 31, 2017 7:09am PST Related Forums Software · 43,606 discussions Open Well this is not such a problem for me, as I have a new personal folder now since following his suggestion.(It is obviously looking for the *.pst that I moved) I Any help would be wonderful!
Angel_on_ice, May 6, 2001 #9 Angel_on_ice Thread Starter Joined: Jun 21, 1999 Messages: 37 Hi dreamboat, me again. Add a title You will be able to add details on the next page. So I uninstalled Trojan Hunter.Other ideas? check my blog MEMBER FEEDBACK TO THIS ASK THE EXPERT Q&A: We have the same problem with sending email (with Outlook 2003 clients).
You could try cwshredder and also to a different virus scan for a second opinion.cwshredder (stand alone unit)(another small scanner for certain things, ALL other windows should be closed)http://www.intermute.com/spysubtract/cwshredder_download.htmlAlso do an Try running outlook again. When I ran it that way and it opened, i got the 'welcome message'.
Again I have no problem opening it in safe mode...strange! what are the odds that there are multiple identities (if that's the right word for Outlook?) are in use? All rights reserved. If that is the case, you can remove spurious servers as follows.
Do you have comments on this Ask the Expert Q&A? Jon C. ****************************************** Another possible cause is if the user is utilizing cached mode and has a mailbox over 2 GB in size. It's Outlook 2000 on Windows XP. news If Brad is right about the antivirus software, then take his advice on one machine and test it (just be sure to leave the desktop antivirus intact).
The book presents a region-by-region analysis of the state of the world's environment, highlighting key global concerns and making recommendations for policy action. No one is answering his request for help so I can imagine it is not too common or simple to fix. Windows Server 2016 release brings opportunity, challenges in a cloud world Microsoft wants Windows Server 2016 to serve as a gateway to get workloads in Azure, but some administrators must work It's Outlook 2000 on Windows XP.