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Do I have to create a group in Outlook 2003 in order for it to Auto send and Recceive.

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You can basically send and receive at various places .. When you start outlook , at automatic intervals and also
manually .... In order to do these you donot have to have groups.

Groups come into picture when you want various email accounts to act in a specific way ( of your choice). So you can create a
send and receive group consisting of various email accounts

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