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To send or receive mail, I need to hit the send/receive button. Please let me know what I need to do to have this fixed.

Thank you,

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2 Things.

1) In the bottom, right-hand corner of Outlook, check to make sure it says Connected.
    If not, go to Files > Work Online

2) Close Outlook and Go to:

C:\Documents and Settings\"USER ACCOUNT"\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

Rename Outlook.OST > Outlook_old.OST.

Restart Outlook.
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Go to tools > mail setup and make sure you have the send automatically box checked off.

Then check all the setting in the send/receive options.  
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