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Outlook messages Download with send/receive button

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Hi guys,
Often I must configure new Outlook account and move old account to other machine.
My problem after configure outlook account if you clic Send/receive, Outlook download all messages in InBox often it can't becuse it has so many messages.

can you help me if possible to download nearts messages intead of all messages in user account?

Thank you
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by:apache09
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Is the email account setup to use Exchange Cached Mode?

In Outlook, go to Tool>Account Settings>Open the User Account> On Microsoft Exchange Settings under MS Exchange Server, look it see if Exchange Cached Mode has a check next to it.

If so, turn it off and try again.

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by:zirasun
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hi apache09,
all user is setup with pop3.

thanks
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Whats the connection speed?
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my connection is 128Kbits/s


thanks
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by:zirasun
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hi guys
what news?

thanks
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Rather than downloading from one to another, might it be easier to Export the users email to a PST.
Then on the new PC just setup the users account, and add Outlook Data File or the users .pst.?
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by:zirasun
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hi guys my questions is always not fix.

thank you
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Did you try:

"Rather than downloading from one to another, might it be easier to Export the users email to a PST.

Then on the new PC just setup the users account, and add Outlook Data File or the users .pst.?"
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by:zirasun
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Hello, excuse me I think that you did not understand my problem well.
My problem is: each time if I configure my Outlook account  on a new computer, if I click  Send/Receive, it downloads all the old ones and the new messages of my  Outlook account .
I wish that lprocess send/Recevoir can be selective; for example get: the new messages instead of old.
Is this possible?


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As long as the files are being left on the server they will always download.
If you dont want to get them any more you will have to remove the option to leave a copy on the server, and download all the emails.

From then on, you will only get new ones
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Thanks for your help
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Thank very much
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