Go to Tools, Accounts, select the account, Properties, Connection.
Either select the LAN connection or leave this box unselected, in which
case it will use IE's connection.
Gary VanderMolen (MS-MVP WLM)
"Kypros" <Kypros@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:756196CD-98A9-498D-9773-EE762E99E879@xxxxxx
> I'm having exactly the same problem. haven't got a clue what to do.
> Somebody help please
> "Richard" wrote:
>> Hi, i hope someone can help!
>> When i open windows mail i get a message saying 'Connecting to broadband
>> connection' at the top of the box and inside the box 'WAN Miniport
>> (PPPOE)...' I get this message even though i'm already connected to IE
>> through a wireless connection. This PPPoE connection seems to be on a list
>> in the 'connect to' option of the start panel but MY wireless network option
>> states 'connected'. I hope this makes sense to someone. Help greatly