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    Outlook question

    I'm running outlook 2003 and I'm having a problem.
    I have multiple email accounts, one of them being a smtp that is on 4 different devices.
    Problem I'm having is when I send an email its putting (only sometimes) emails sent from that account into the local folder not the sent associated with the smtp account.
    Anyone know how to fix that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macgyver View Post
    I'm running outlook 2003 and I'm having a problem.
    I have multiple email accounts, one of them being a smtp that is on 4 different devices.
    Problem I'm having is when I send an email its putting (only sometimes) emails sent from that account into the local folder not the sent associated with the smtp account.
    Anyone know how to fix that?
    SMTP??

    The two different protocols for email are either POP3 or IMAP. IMAP let's you share between devices, while POP3 saves on ONE local device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing22 View Post
    SMTP??

    The two different protocols for email are either POP3 or IMAP. IMAP let's you share between devices, while POP3 saves on ONE local device.
    Sorry imap. I was just reading something else before I posted and used the wrong acronym.

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    You might want to use a newer version of outlook.

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    SMTP is the email sending/transport side of the equation. IMAP and POP3 are the email receiving side of the equation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    You might want to use a newer version of outlook.
    Unless it's free it's not for me.

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    I bought a key for MS Office 2017 Enterprise for $10 on eBay. It worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macgyver View Post
    Unless it's free it's not for me.
    Sounds like a Democrat or a Gibsmedat! /snicker
    "People are best convinced by reasons they discover on their own."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macgyver View Post
    Unless it's free it's not for me.
    Guess what, the tech issues are FREE too. How's that for value!
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