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    The way you collect Hotmail from within Outlook Express changed just recently. Use the link posted above to alter any Hotmail accounts in Outlook Express.

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    Off the top of my head, something called like Connector needed to be installed for it to continue to work but I might be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    Off the top of my head, something called like Connector needed to be installed for it to continue to work but I might be wrong.
    I believe that is only for Microsoft Office Outlook rather then outlook express.

    I would recommend they also take a look at Live Mail it has a much nicer interface and will just work if they just type in there username and password. keeps them up to date aswell

    You can download that from the Live Essentials Page

    Essentials - Windows Live

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    Oh ok. Well I suppose I should look into why it's stopped then
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    First message: "Unable to poll for new messages etc - server response forbidden, server error 998, socket error 87"

    Second Message: " Access to account was denied, verify your user name and password are correct"[/code]Any ideas?
    Im presuming that on your local network and your ISP have not blocked the ports that it requires to use ?

    Seeing as your first error message is a socket / server error ?

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