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Email Not Showing Up In Sent Folder

  • Thread starter Charles Phillips
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Charles Phillips

#1
Hello,

How are you doing today???

I am running MS-Outlook 2003 on Windows XP SP3.

Whenever I send an email, I get the error below, but 5-10 minutes later, my

system shows me that the email has been sent.

Even though the system tells me the email has been sent, and a copy of that

email shows up in another email account (backup) of mine, the email is NOT

being displayed in the "Sent" folder.

Why?????

Are there ANY troubleshooting processes I need to be aware of???????

I have tried "Detect and Repair", but getting the same results.

Let me know...

Thank you,

Charles L. Phillips

Outlook Connector Version 12.0.6423.1000

Signed in successfully at 11/8/2009 3:45:56 PM

Mail: Error at 4:44 PM. Last successfully refreshed at 4:37 PM.

Calendar: Last successfully refreshed at 4:44 PM.

Contacts: Last successfully refreshed at 4:44 PM.

Errors :

Time: 11/8/2009 3:48:28 PM

Error in Mail

Server request timed out

Time: 11/8/2009 3:50:10 PM

Error in Mail

Error with Send/Receive.

Look for a log in the Sync Issues folder.

Time: 11/8/2009 3:50:11 PM

Error in Mail

Error with Send/Receive.

Look for a log in the Sync Issues folder.

Time: 11/8/2009 3:50:11 PM

Error in Mail

Error with Send/Receive.

Look for a log in the Sync Issues folder.

Time: 11/8/2009 3:50:11 PM

Error in Mail

Error with Send/Receive.

Look for a log in the Sync Issues folder.

Time: 11/8/2009 4:44:06 PM

Error in Mail

Server request timed out
 
#2
"Charles Phillips" <tptbusines_2005@hotmail.com> wrote in message

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> I am running MS-Outlook 2003 on Windows XP SP3.
> Whenever I send an email, I get the error below, but 5-10 minutes later, my
> system shows me that the email has been sent.

> Even though the system tells me the email has been sent, and a copy of that
> email shows up in another email account (backup) of mine, the email is NOT
> being displayed in the "Sent" folder.


What type of account are you using?

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Charles Phillips

#3
POP3 (Hotmail)...

Charles L. Phillips

"Brian Tillman " <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message

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> "Charles Phillips" <tptbusines_2005@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:OkKSljNYKHA.872@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>
> > I am running MS-Outlook 2003 on Windows XP SP3.
> > Whenever I send an email, I get the error below, but 5-10 minutes later,
> > my system shows me that the email has been sent.
>

>> Even though the system tells me the email has been sent, and a copy of
> > that email shows up in another email account (backup) of mine, the email
> > is NOT being displayed in the "Sent" folder.


> What type of account are you using?
> >
 
#4
"Charles Phillips" <tptbusines_2005@hotmail.com> wrote in message

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> POP3 (Hotmail)...


POP accounts don't know anything about server-side folders. There is no such

concept in POP. Your local "Sent Items" folder (Outlook doesn't have a "Sent"

folder) will be where they're stored if you've enabled the option to store

them. If you want your sent items to appear in the server-side Sent folder,

then you'll have to use a transport other than POP, which means you'll need

the Outlook Connector.

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Charles Phillips

#5
Ok...

Outlook Connector installed.

ALL is well...

Thank you,

"Brian Tillman " <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message

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> "Charles Phillips" <tptbusines_2005@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:uGo3BvaYKHA.5544@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> > POP3 (Hotmail)...


> POP accounts don't know anything about server-side folders. There is no
> such concept in POP. Your local "Sent Items" folder (Outlook doesn't have
> a "Sent" folder) will be where they're stored if you've enabled the option
> to store them. If you want your sent items to appear in the server-side
> Sent folder, then you'll have to use a transport other than POP, which
> means you'll need the Outlook Connector.
> >
 
#6
"Charles Phillips" <tptbusines_2005@hotmail.com> wrote in message

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> Ok...
> Outlook Connector installed.
> ALL is well...


Glad to hear it. You're welcome.

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