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hkmeharg wrote:

 After returning from a trip where I accessed mail via my laptop, I find that my desktop machine no longer gets or sends mail. Laptop is off. My iphone gets and sends mail. My Nook device gets and receives mail. What has gone wrong with my Desktop Outlook mail?

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Re: unable to get/receive mail on my desktop machine

Please edit your message to remove the email address you posted. If you don't, your message will probably be deleted. The forums are public and it isn't safe to post personal information here. It's also against forum rules (see http://forums.comcast.com/t5/Forum-Guidelines/Posting-Guidelines/m-p/866289#M23).

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What happens when you try to send or recieve mail with Outlook? If you are getting an error message, please post it minus any personal information. If the message contains an email address, remove the userID portion but leave the rest. For example, edit "bobsmith@example.net" so it reads "********@example.net".

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