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    Here's what I want to do: send email(s) in my outbox AFTER checking all my email accounts. Is it possible to do this somehow? Thanks for any help...

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    You should de-select the 'check mail on start up' and manually do 'receive mail' and than 'send mail'

    I don't know of any other way

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    Where? I can't find it anywhere in the Options part of Outlook 2000...

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    Nevermind, I figured it out. You have to check "My server requires authentication" in the options for the specific account.

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    I wouldn't recommend Outlook 2000, unless you're using the Outlook Express version packaged with IE 5.5, in which case I WOULD.

    OE is a lot easier, and faster I THINK, but then again that's only my opinion, isn't it?

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    Answer can be found at: http://www.edevboards.com/showthread.php?threadid=306 at the end of the thread...

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    Originally posted by JakeLitwicki
    I wouldn't recommend Outlook 2000, unless you're using the Outlook Express version packaged with IE 5.5, in which case I WOULD.

    OE is a lot easier, and faster I THINK, but then again that's only my opinion, isn't it?
    But, Outlook Express only offers a fraction of the features the Outlook 2000 offers.

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    Simply change the priority of your accounts. The account that your sending mail out on should be listed last. Outlook already sends automatically after receiving incoming emails this is based on the order of the accounts though. If your outgoing account is listed first then it will send out after receiving any emails on that server.

    Most people do not have multiple accounts so this isn't a problem for them.
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    Jake - I use O2K myself, find nothing wrong with it as it is very customizable and integrated well with the whole Office suite / M$IE. Sure, it's a little overbloated (all Microsoft products are), but it's not really that big of a problem.
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    Yeah, I got it all figured out everyone. Thanks!

    Also, I actually really like Outlook 2000. I used to use just Outlook Express, but I've found that the added features in Outlook 2000 are really helpful. For example, the calendar, notes, and the more extensive contact list part. I really find the program useful...


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