|10 Nov 2010||#1|
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Outlook 2010: On exit, no outbox warning (waiting to be sent)
I can't figure out why Outlook 2010 isn't giving me an important warning. On exit, if there are messages in my outbox, it warn and ask if I want to send/receive. (I use POP3 with a 5-minute send delay). The warning doesn't appear though. How do I enable it?
I have a vague recollection that it may have been working, but I chose "don't show me this warning" at some point...again, no idea where the "show it to me again" option is.
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