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Windows 7: msn live email set-up as pop3


04 Nov 2009   #1

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msn live email set-up as pop3

I was able to set up my msn email account as a pop3 with no problem in XPpro and outlook 2007. With Windows 7 and outlook 2007 I am not having any luck. Any one know of tutorial with these products? I have found a couple of general tutorials for manual set-up, but they didn't work. Is it possible?

I have tried connector. HTML mail lacks functionality in my book.

Any suggestions?

garywg


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04 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7 x64 HP, Windows 7 HP, Windows 7 Ult
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by garywg View Post
I was able to set up my msn email account as a pop3 with no problem in XPpro and outlook 2007. With Windows 7 and outlook 2007 I am not having any luck. Any one know of tutorial with these products? I have found a couple of general tutorials for manual set-up, but they didn't work. Is it possible?

I have tried connector. HTML mail lacks functionality in my book.

Any suggestions?

garywg

Welcome to Seven Forums, garywg.

I have a machine using Outlook 2007 and one using Windows Live Mail. I have both of them interacting with POP accounts.

What specifically is happening with your lash-up?
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