Outlook 2007 – cannot receive email on any computers

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Cannot received my old & new mail from Outlook 2007 using my yahoo (yahoomail.co.in) account, but i send the mail.
PLEASE help –  THANK YOU.

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You need to check your account’s POP3 configuration in outlook to make sure you are using the correct server and port (information that is provided by Yahoo in this case).

Also, make sure that you are using the correct user name and password.

If everything seems to be Ok, you might want to contact Yahoo support.

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Check your mail server inbound and outbound settings in your outloook and make sure you have them set correctly.

~Technochic

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If u can, please try out this….
1. From the Tools menu, choose Account Settings
2. Select the E-mail tab
3. Select ur Yahoo Mail account and click Change
4. Click on the Outgoing Server tab
5. Check the box next to My Server Requires Authentication
6. Please make sure that Log on using is not checked.
7. Click OK.

NOTE: The setting ur email client to remove messages from the server will cause ur messages to be deleted from the server. Once the messages are deleted, U are unable to retrieve them.
6. Click OK.
7. Close Microsoft Outlook and restart.

I strongly recommend that u enable SSL for both POP3 and SMTP (if u use), as detailed in the above instructions. This will ensure that ur Yahoo ID, password and email messages are transmitted securely between ur mail client and the Yahoo servers.

RECHIL—-

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  • Brijesh
    Try this :

    Step 1: Open the Mail Setup dialog box

       1. Click Start, click Run, type Control in the Open box, and then click OK.
       2.Follow the below steps in case of  Windows Vista:
         Click User accounts, and then click Mail.
       3. The Mail Setup dialog box opens.

    Step 2: Start the New Profile wizard

       1. Click Show Profiles.
       2. Click Add to start the New Profile wizard.

    Step 3: Create a profile

       1. In the Profile Name box, type Test, and then click OK to name the new e-mail profile.
       2. Follow the steps Microsoft Office Outlook 2007:
                   1. Click to select the Manually configure server settings check box.
                   2. Click Next.
                   3. On the Choose E-mail service page, click Internet E-mail.
                   4. Click Next.
                   5. Fill in the boxes in the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box. Make sure that the Account Type setting is set to POP3.
         Enter the information from your ISP or from your e-mail administrator in the Incoming mail server box and in the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box.
                   6. Click Next, follow the prompts to finish setting up your account, and then click Finish.
                   7. Your new profile is created. Go to step 4.
             

    Step 4: Set the default profile

       1. On the Mail dialog box, under the When Starting Microsoft Outlook, use this profile box, click to select the new profile that you created in step 3.
       2. Click OK.
       3. Use Outlook to send yourself an e-mail.

    Hope this helps.     

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