manual send recieve error message Path not valid



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manual send recieve error message Path not valid

Postby UGF0cmljaw » Thu, 26 Oct 2006 04:50:02 GMT

I have just migrated to a new computer. I seem to have all my Outlook 2003 
elements working, except when I hit 'send/recieve" I get the following 
message"the pathspecified for the file "C:\doc etc etc." is not valid.
The app does the scheduled send recieves ok, but not when I do it myself. 
How is this set? How do I correct this?

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