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bindyapreeetham muscat
07-09-2005, 10:19 PM
wrote:

what next sir would you like to take some other computer in H.P you like
take but money prollem. Do you really to get it now

Sine
Sagina
>> that is larger than I want to sent (like with a large file
>> there a way to cancel this once the sending process has
>> replacing outbox.dbx from the offending identity with outbox.dbx from
>> another identity, but that did not stop it.
>>
>> I read a past thread on this topic usingook, and a Microsoft MVP said
>> that it could not be done without purposely crashing Outlook (however you
>> do
>> that), but then another person said that they had done it. So, what is
>> the
>> situation with Outlook Express?
>>
>> TIA,
>> Tom
>
> Once you hit the send button, the send process is initiated. About all
> that
> you can do is pull the plug; either the cable to the Internet, or the
> cable
> to the electricity. Neither is graceful, each is prone to cause other
> problems.
>
> PA Bear suggests working offline. This will work as long as your
> connection
> manager is not set to initiate an Internet connection when needed.
> Otherwise, as soon as you hit send, your connection manager is informed
> that an Internet connection is needed, and the connection process begins.
>
> Another solution would be Tools > Options > Send, and uncheck the box
> labeled "Send messages immediately". With immediate send disabled, MSOE
> puts the sent message into the Outbox, and leaves it there until either
> you
> initiate the send manually (Send/Receive button, send all; or one of the
> other options), or you close MSOE (in which case you get a warning about
> unsent messages in the Outbox, and can choose to send, or not, at that
> point).
>
> Actually, for people who regularly have second thoughts about messages, or
> itchy trigger fingers, disabling immediate send might be the best
> solution.
>
> --
> Norman
> ~Win dain a lotica, En vai tu ri, Si lo ta
> ~Fin dein a loluca, En dragu a sei lain
> ~Vi fa-ru les shutai am, En riga-lint


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