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Old 12-25-2008, 03:14 PM
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Outlook 2003 - Downloading all mail through send/receive
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Question Outlook 2003 - Downloading all mail through send/receive


In Outlook Express, when you add a new email account for example and it does it's first send/receive, it will download all the emails in the inbox folder for that account during that send/receive. Therefore, viewing the emails that have already been downloaded is very quick when for example clicking between them via the preview pane.

However, for Outlook 2003, I cant find the setting for this, and therefore Outlook does not download all the emails that I have not already viewed prior to adding the account within Outlook. Therefore, if I have for example 300 emails that were in the inbox before I added the account within Outlook, if I were to click on each one of those 300, Outlook takes several seconds extra just to download that email on each click, which causes it to be laggy and slow.

If anyone knows how to change this setting, please let me know.
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