First, in Internet Explorer, click on Tools, then Internet Options, then
Connections. If there is no dot in the circle before Never dial a
click on this circle, then Apply. Click on OK.
Then, in Windows Mail, click on Tools, then Options, then Connection.
If there is no check mark in the box before Ask before switching dial-up
connections, click on this box, then Apply. If there if a check mark in the
box before Hang up after sending and receiving, click on this box, then
Apply. Click on Change. If there if no dot in the circle before Never
dial a connection, click on this circle, then Apply. Click on OK, then
Restart Windows Mail. If the problem is still there, what if any antivirus
and other security programs do you have? Some of them can interfere
with making the changes.
"Joe" <Joe@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have tried all of this and the dial up box will not go away.
> My internet exsployer work fine a will connect using my wireless DSL. The
> windows mail will not connect.
> "ronaldsluijs" wrote:
>> Open Control Panel, than Internet Options, than Connection, mark never
>> It will fix this annoying problem.
>> "GGGNH" wrote:
>> > I have a friend who just bought a new computer with Vista. We got
>> > everytjing transferred over from OutLook Express,on the old computer,
>> > to
>> > Windows Mail, on the new computer. But the computer drys to dial up the
>> > connection everytime they check or send email, despite the fact that
>> > they are already connected. It doesn't drop the connection, it just
>> > tries to dial out. It is annoying and they would like for it to stop.
>> > Any ideas or suggestions?
>> > GGG