Vista, Otlook 2007 and Windows email. Cant download email when wir

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Cant download emails when wireless, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. As the subject says, I have all 3. When I am away on my laptop using a non
    secure wireless connection I can not receive emails.
    It is not the provider of the wireless or my ISP. I know becasue I also have
    XP on a different but same laptop type (an XPS). When I am wireless and have
    a WEP connection or have a LAN connection the email works just fine. Becasue
    Windows Mail and Outlook 2007 act the same I thin kit is either Vista or a
    security bug that is not allowing NAT or something to allow downloading of
    emails. I can send just fine.
    This is like a similar problem XP had whenit came out. Is there a hotfix for
    this?
    I mean they cant be THIS dumb and not test this fact especially when it
    occurred in XP .....
    When I turn my firewall completely off, it doesnt do any good
    When I completely unistall the antivirus software and then deactivate
    Windows dwfender, phising, etc it STILL does not do any damn good.
    I need this fixed ASAP. Please help!!!!!!! Anyone
     
    Cant download emails when wireless, Mar 13, 2007
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  2. Cant download emails when wireless

    lee1184 Guest

    I am getting this problem aswell, i have not yet tried getting my mail
    on a wired connection but as of yet the wireless will not work..

    I thought it was Norton at first because that seems to cause all sorts
    of problems but alas it seems not from reading on here..

    Please could anyone help at all i an in real need of getting this
    fixed

    Thanks

    Lee1184
     
    lee1184, Aug 23, 2007
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  3. Cant download emails when wireless

    lee1184 Guest

    after doing some more testing i have found that it is not just when
    wireless.. i am having trouble even when i am on a wired LAN..

    I am able to download emails if they are only a few kb in size but this
    just took 2 minutes to download 30.6kb of mail, so if there is much more
    than that it just times out..

    anyone got any ideas??

    Thanks

    Lee
     
    lee1184, Aug 24, 2007
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