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If you're using a major mail provider, like gmail or yahoo, chances are that there is some sort of step by step how-to on how to setup outlook to send and receive your mails.
For example, in gmail, you click on settings, on the top of the page, then select the tab "forwarding and pop/imap", you have to "enable pop", and then follow the "configuration instructions" on the bottom of the tab, just before the "save changes button".
Hope it helps, cheers
Why are you using Microsucks Outlook? I'll bet you are also using Microsucks Internet Explorer as your default browser. Stop it! Use Mozilla FireFox and Thunderbird.
Any problems you have with Outlook, you DESERVE because you are using it.
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