From: Fadi on 27 Apr 2010 13:05
I was using outlook 2003 and I didn't find any problem to activate my account,
But when I upgrade to the version 2007 wish is already activated , when I
tried to set my same email account it don't work
Thanks a lot
From: VanguardLH on 27 Apr 2010 20:30
> I was using outlook 2003 and I didn�t find any problem to activate my
> account, But when I upgrade to the version 2007 wish is already activated
> , when I tried to set my same email account it don�t work Thanks a lot
You cannot activate e-mail *accounts* at the mail server using Outlook. You
have to do that with whatever means the e-mail provider gives you for
creating new accounts with them.
"don't work". Uh huh. Lots of details there ... not!
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