More important than just password is do they have the same e-mail user
name at Tools (ALT+T), Account, Mail, Properties, Servers? If so they
are the same server account. In that case there is no good way to
separate the messages.
Because WLM defaults to Leave a copy on the server (Advanced tab) and OE
doesn't, each WLM account will download a copy of the message from the
server. With OE, only the first account would download all the messages
leaving nothing for the second account. And since OE dumped them all in
the same folder, that wouldn't be obvious.
You can either uncheck the Leave a copy open in BOTH accounts OR on the
General tab uncheck the Include this account when receiving on ONE of
Mike - http://TechHelp.Santovec.us
"si hano" <sihano@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Hi Ron,
> I've always had to users while using OE. After WLM install I used the
> wizard to recreate the users. Both accounts have the same password.
> this matter?
> "Ron Sommer" wrote:
>> Did you create the users in WLMail and at Hawaiiantel.com?
>> Does each address have a different password?
>> Ron Sommer
>> MS MVP- Windows Live Mail
>> "si hano" <si hano@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> > I created two users under my Hawaiiantel.com POP3 accounts. Both
>> > accounts
>> > are in the left pane under the quick views section. When I receive
>> > an
>> > e-mail
>> > in one account, it would also show up in the 2nd account. Thus I'm
>> > always
>> > having to go into both accounts/folders to delete, etc. I deleted
>> > one
>> > account from the folder pane and tested if I can send to and get
>> > messages
>> > from the deleted account, I do. That's kinda weird but I'm okay
>> > with
>> > that.
>> > Problem is I don't have the ability to change the "from" on my
>> > outgoing
>> > e-mails. Is there a fix for this?
>> > Thanks,
>> > Simon