Outlook 2010 (Beta)

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I am testing Microsoft Office 2010(Beta) and when I receive mail, I get notification in the right bottom of my monitor but when I maximize to read the emails there is nothing there, but I do receive them on my blackberry and on my other computer using Outlook Express which probably means that the problem is with Outlook 2010. I am using Windows 7 64 bits

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ASKED: December 15, 2009  12:54 AM
UPDATED: December 15, 2009  4:56 PM

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You should submit this as a bug to Microsoft. It is beta software which means that there will be bugs.

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If you receive them on your other computer you are downloading to a pst and not leaving a copy on the server. You get notified on the 2010 pc, but it disappears before you can read it because it gets downloaded on the other PC. This isn’t a “bug” it’s a “feature”. Outlook is working as designed. If you watch your inbox on the 2010 pc you will see the mail appear and then immediately disappear as the other pc grabs it and downloads it.

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  • Wabcan
    Thank you for the reply, but will this happen even if the other computer and blackberry is turned off. My mailbox from my ISP is configured to leave messages on the server for 14 days?
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