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Posted on 2005-04-28
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How can i configure microsoft outlook to display message, on win XP, when new mail arrives without press the send/receive?

Question by:Aida2
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    You can set from the options to auto check for email in how many minutes interval :)
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    Expert Comment

    Just to elaborate what hongjun has said ,

    open Outlook
    go to tools > send/receive settings > define send/receive groups
    Check the box " Schedule an automatic send/receive every XX mins" where XX = the interval you need.

    Then double-click on "All accounts" which you would see on the top inside the area that is titled "Group name".
    On the left , click on the account you want this to be activated and make sure Send and Receive items are Checked..


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