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    Outlook 2003

    Hello,

    Just got a new machine for the office and struggling with Outlook. Always get a cannot recieve message. Installed the isa2004 firewall client for vista , which successfully connects to the isa server.
    Put my settings into Outlook but doesn't work

    Any help would be appreciated as i don't like the RM webmail

    Karl

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    Re: Outlook 2003

    did it work on your old PC?

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    Re: Outlook 2003

    Arrrrgggh easymail!

    When we had easymail accounts (eurgh) it wouldnt take my mixed case alpha numeric password. If you're using special symbols...swap em out.

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