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Configure outlook for SEND-ONLY (no receive)

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A client of ours has a particular server on their network (not joined to their domain) that they wish to have outlook set up for each user to be able to send emails, but not receive.

Is this possible? And how would I go about setting it up?
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Sanjay Santoki earned 500 total points
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Hello,

Yes, you can do it by configuring wrong info in the POP3 server field on mail server client or you can configure it from the send/receive settings on the mail client. For outlook 2010 you can find it using with below steps;

File -> Options -> Advanced -> Send/Receive -> Edit -> untick receive items.

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Sanjay Santoki
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Works like a charm, thanks!
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