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Outlook 2010: Setting POP3 Email Download Frequency

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How do I set the POP3 Email download frequency?

This use to be so easy. But on one of my machines, it seems to take 15+ minutes between checking for new email.

I can't find the setting and both Google and MS Help are useless. It's like I don't even know the proper terms to do the search. It shouldn't be this hard. F- for MSFT.
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In Outlook:
click send recieve on the ribbon
Choose send recieve groups
click "define send recieve groups"
and set the auto to the desired time period.
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Try Tools, Options, Mail Setup, Send/Receive

There is a "Schedule an automatic send/receive every ?? minutes.

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