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Send/Receive settings

Posted on 2004-09-09
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I have  MSoutlook 2002 and  when I go to Tools--->Send Receive in its submenu on the right it shows only Microsoft Exchange Server.........
It doesn't show either Send Receive settings in the Tools.

I need some help to make those options show up.
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Open Outlook.

Goto Tools-Customize
Select the Commands Tab
Move the dialog box to the left or right to the edge of the screen.
Click on the "Tools" item in the menu (not in the dialog box, yet)
Click on the "Send and Receive" item in the menu (not in the dialog box, yet)
In the dialog box, Scroll down the "Categories" list and select "Tools"
Scroll down the "Commands" list and select-n-drag "Send and Receive Settings" to the location in the menu that you want it to appear.
Close the Dialog box.
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