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I have another niggly problem that has just started.
I use BT Broadband. I also run Outlook Express. I use my old O.E addressbook & e-mail accounts etc & have set them up to use within BT.
I can write messages & send from O.E (At one point I could receive O.E stuff in BT,,,, but for some reason, I can't get that to happen now - BT is no help either)
My current niggle is that recently the mails addressed to BTInternet, have been filtered through to my O.Express page. I would prefer this not to happen.
Any idea what I might have done wrong please ?
((sorry this is duplicated - previous posting title didn't look good ! Admin feel free to delete it - thanks))
Cheers for now.
Furkin do you know the difference? between
your ISP - BT
your connection to the internet - Broadband
your Webmail on the internet viewed via your browser - Internet Explorer or Firefox (or other)
email client on your pc used to collect your email - Outlook Express
You seem to have them all confused, please correct me if you do know the differences between them.
If you don't know then please say so and it can be explained.
We will all be able to help you sort your problem out then.
I'm so sorry.
I originally used Outlook Express & had accounts with V21 (never again) & Supanet.
Last year I went B.Band, with BT.
I still use my O.E accounts as well & have set up the BT account to access/send/receive O.E messages.
This was fine until recently, when a couple of messages addressed to my BT address came up in my O.E 'Inbox'.
I hope this explains things a little better.
thanks for reading.
'This was fine until recently, when a couple of messages addressed to my BT address came up in my O.E 'Inbox'.'
sorry but I for one ,whom am on BT, am not yet grasping what the problem is?
If someone sends me an e-mail to [email protected],,, I only want to see it in the BT Inbox.
I don't want it popping up in my O.Express inbox instead.
I am with BT; my mail is on server until I request it downloaded to my comp via my OE; is YOUR oe programmed to download instantly? and to wipe mails OFF server once done so
mail can only get TO your oe when you download it
Open Outlook Express > Tools > Accounts > Mail > highlight the BT account and click on Properties > General Tab -and take the tick out of the box 'Include this account when receiving mail or synchronizing' Click on 'Apply' click on 'OK'
That should stop OE collecting your mail for your BT account
P:3: thanks -
1/ my OE is set to download automatically
2/ it is also set to remove messages from the server hub.
LOTVIC: thanks -
that sounded dead right,,,,, whilst my main BT account isn't in the OE list,,, one of the secondary ones is.
I have unticked "include,,,,,,," in the secodary details & sent myself an 'e' to the main BT address,,, so far so good.
It has appeared in the BT system only,,, not in O.E !
If none of my BT messages pop up in O.E in the next few hours, I will click 'resolved'.
many thanks guys
I think your respose at 0827 may be the answer; let OE instead leave a copy of mail on server
but curious now to know why you wish TO leave a copy on there once the mail is in oe??::)))))
if furkin doesn't want his BT mail on his comp in OE then that's his/her business and we have to respect that and he/she doesn't need to explain why to us.
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