Has anyone had problems with Windows 7 and microsoft outlook 2007 in not being able to send mail? I ran into this as I recently installed the above mentioned on a toshiba laptop Satellite A505 (I7) 64 bit. I looked online last & saw there have been problems with this going back some time.
If I have to resort temporarily to a work around, I can by installing Thunderbird or something similar. Windows 7 didn't come with a native email program like previous versions ..live mail (vista) and outlook express with earlier editions.
I gather I could import in live mail from Vista (saw some references to it) but would prefer getting outlook 2007 to work if possible.
I hadn't considered getting the beta 2010 as that means giving up on what I installed on this laptop. As a last resort, I could uninstall it & install it on a computer with an older OS on it, but once again....time it takes to do so is time I would rather spend on something else.
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