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Old 08-04-2011, 01:21 PM
JJBee JJBee is offline Outlook Only For Outgoing Mail Windows 7 32bit Outlook Only For Outgoing Mail Office 2010 32bit
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I couldn't find any straightforward information about how to do this anywhere else, but I was wondering if anyone knew a good solution to my situation:

My boss currently uses Thunderbird as her primary email client (has a GMail/POP3 address), and sometimes just uses GMail from the web. We send out a lot of mail-merge emails and want to configure Outlook 2007 on a separate computer (but linked through our network to my boss's computer) to only send out outgoing mail-merge mail, not receive or download any incoming mail. Is there any possible way to do this? Thanks so much in advance!
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:35 PM
saigasmith saigasmith is offline Outlook Only For Outgoing Mail Windows 7 64bit Outlook Only For Outgoing Mail Office 2010 64bit
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Create the POP3 account in Outlook. After creating the account and while viewing the Inbox, press Alt-Ctrl-S. Select the send/receive group (usually All Accounts) and click Edit. Select the account you added and uncheck the box labeled "Receive mail items".
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