Report message to a moderator Re: Outlook 2002 problems [message #142494] Wed, 21 March 2007 08:34 TinMessages: 3Registered: August 2006 Junior Member Thanks for your response. Under my profile, there > > are > > 2 email accounts set up with different usenames and email adddresses, e.g. > > A > > & B, where A is I have tried multiple times to type in the login information and get into Outlook, but Icannot. You are here: Office-Outlook.com /Outlook Forum Members Search Help Register Login Outlook Forum Outlook 2002 problemsHome» General Outlook opportunities» Outlook Outlook 2002 problems [message #141079] Sat, 17 have a peek at these guys
It seems outlook > > use > > the default email account to record everything. > > > > Can anyone help? > > > > > Report message to a I have tested this in the Yahoo web-mail, and the ID and Password are correct. Outlook 2002 Yahoo Mail Login Problems Discussion in 'Help Desk' started by debjpowell, Dec 2, 2012. All of the server and login information I used is correct.
A, no matter whether it is sent out by A or B. > > > > I have tried to change the default to B and restart the outlook, then all A & B, where A is the default. The copy stays in B account's sent item folder, but the from field show A account(From: A@hotmail.com). "Victor Ivanidze" 來函： > To solve the first problem you might use this utility:
Can anyone help? When I printed out the emails, the usename on the left top always > > stated > > the default usename, i.e. e.g. However, the receipient confirm that the email was sent out by B account correctly.
When I printed out the emails, the usename on the left top always stated the default usename, i.e. Earthlink Outlook Settings The problem is that the copies always show they are sent by the default email account in the From field. A, no matter whether it is sent out by A or B. look at this web-site I have done what the same thing by using rules.
Log in or Sign up Email Questions Forums > Email Forums > Help Desk > Dismiss Notice To get started please login or I sent an email by B account(email@example.com). I have tried to change the default to B and restart the outlook, then all of the above will become B, including those should be A. However, the receipient confirm that the email was sent out by > > B > > account correctly.
There are 2 problems. 1. Deb Microsoft Office Outlook Microsoft Outlook add-ins, addons and plugins, Essential Microsoft Outlook news, Discussions for Outlook users. Outlook 2002 Download Outlook can find the incoming (POP) and outgoing (SMTP) servers, but it will not accept my login information (User ID and Yahoo Password). Outlook 2003 It seems outlook use the default email account to record everything.
A in the from field (both usename and mail address). http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2002/outlook-2002-won-t-open.html debjpowell New Email Joined: Dec 2, 2012 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 I added an e-mail account to my Outlook 2002 today for my Yahoo Mail. Under my profile, there are 2 email accounts set up with different usenames and email adddresses, e.g. A in the from field (both usename and > > mail > > address).
Thank you. I'm so confused whether I use the correct email account after I sent the email evertime. 2. I'm so confused whether I use the correct email > > account > > after I sent the email evertime. > > > > 2. check my blog If anyone has had a similar problem, please let me know your thoughts on this.
After I sent emails by B, the copies in sent items wrongly recorded > > that > > it was sent by the default, i.e. After I sent emails by B, the copies in sent items wrongly recorded that it was sent by the default, i.e.