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Outlook just sits there on send/receive - doesnt lock up - just doesnt send or rec?  I can cancel etc....

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 just sits there on send/receive - doesnt lock up - just doesnt send or rec?  I can cancel etc....

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Hello worded,

Does Outlook send/receive if you hit the Send/Receive button?

With Outlook open, go to Tools > Options > Mail Setup.  Check "Send immediately when connected".

Click on the Send/Receive button on Mail Setup General tab. Make sure both options "Include this group in Send/Receive" are checked.  Make sure that your account is included in the Group to send.

Hope this helps!
war1
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That and a reboot did it :-)
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worded, glad problem is fixed.
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