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Only sends mail after several attemps

Posted on 2002-06-23
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I use Windows 2000 pro and Office 2000 pro on a
pentium 3. I use dail-up and a Creative Modem.
When I try to send e-mail it will just sit in my
outbox and never moves to the sent box. I have to
hit send 7 or 8 times till it finally sends. It
seems to work better when I use the send from
the Tools menu. I recieve mail just fine. Any ideas?
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Have you checked for a virus? http://housecall.antivirus.com
Have you tried a Repair?
Mail Stuck In Outbox - http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q195922
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