spam prevents outlook and outlook express from receiving mail



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spam prevents outlook and outlook express from receiving mail

Postby Max » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 10:51:13 GMT

Has anyone discovered a fix for this? I'm having to go to the webmail and
remove these spam messages from the server to get Outlook to receive all my
mail. Been having this problem on multiple computers now. I don't think it's
my system.


Re: spam prevents outlook and outlook express from receiving mail

Postby Bill R [MVP] » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 20:36:42 GMT

if you are using McAfee then disable its email it to 
McAfee too. I have  a problem with that behaviour. You can "clean" the 
server when this happens by downloading or deleting the email from the 
server while the viruscan is not running.

Re: spam prevents outlook and outlook express from receiving mail

Postby Max » Fri, 23 Apr 2004 10:06:55 GMT

Still hangs even with McAfee disabled. But thanks. Still looking for the


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