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I have 4 e-mail addresses - a primary one through btconnect.com and 3 aliases that run through btconnect.com.  Using Outlook Express I can do a send/receive all and it works perfectly.  Using Outlook I can individually send/receive each account and they work but when I do a send/receive all only the btconnect.com account works - the others are subject to )x800CCC0F code.  I have a firewall Trust EZ virus loaded and a virus checker ezantivirus loaded.  What is going wrong?  Why can I not send/receive all when using Outlook although I can when using Outlook Express?

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kate,

Possible suggestions for the type of error number that you get. Go through all of them

Troubleshooting error messages that you receive when you are using Outlook and Outlook Express
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;813514

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Thanks C101 for all your help in closing the question..

Special thanks to Karen aswell
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