When I send one email Outlook indicates that I am sending 3 em



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RE: When I send one email Outlook indicates that I am sending 3 em

Postby YWxleGlz » Tue, 25 Sep 2007 04:48:01 GMT

Thanks Craig,
I do also have 2 hotmail accounts with a pop 3 email account.

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