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My OS is windows 7 prof 64 bit and I use Outlook 2007.  I have verizon FIOS for my ISP and my email accounts are msn and verizon.net.  The msn is configured as a MAPI and the verizon as a Pop3.  The msn acct is the default account to send and receive.  But of late whenever I send an email using  the msn account, the email sits in the verizon.net account's OUTBOX not leaving it.  How do I correct this problem.  Thank u.
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Does this happen even with a brand new message? Not a reply right?
I'd make absolutely sure the msn is default.
Can't reply/forward from verizon inbox with msn account. That's just not allowed.
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thank u
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