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flo's avatar

Does Outlook email work fine for you?

Asked by flo (10481points) March 7th, 2014

3 people are emailed. One of the sendees is under the Sent file, but it is also under Delivery Failed.
The 2nd one Auto Replied, but it is not under Sent file.
The 3rd one there is no info about it. It is neither under sent or under Delivery Failed.

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hearkat's avatar

No. I tried using within the past couple months for a project and it let me down. I switched to a GMail account.

flo's avatar

@hearkat I always thought that would it be as good as Gmail etc. I’m surprised.

livelaughlove21's avatar

Works fine for me, but some coworkers have been having problems. Not like this, though.

flo's avatar

@livelaughlove21 What were the problems your co-workers were having?

livelaughlove21's avatar

@flo My boss suddenly can’t email a woman she emails daily, and our tech guy insists it’s not on our side. And another coworker can barely access emails – it’ll be loading for hours.

flo's avatar

Wow too bad I hope this comes to an end.

Adagio's avatar

I use Outlook and haven’t noticed any problem with it.

Aster's avatar

I don’t like it. I have to google “Outlook login” FIRST then it takes me to my mail.

flo's avatar

@Adagio it must like you.
@Aster it likes you betterthan some of us.

flo's avatar

As well, even if you have the right password and username it says no you don’t, if you don’t enter hotmail….@live….. ...,and if you don’t enter the right @whatever. But that has been like that forever.

archananair's avatar

I prefer gmail account, outlook is also fine but if error occur i find it difficult to fix ti myself. But in case of gmail if any error occur they provide good and easy to understand guide with the help of which one can solve the issues.

flo's avatar

Thanks all.

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