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windows mail dial up connection pop up

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    Ms T Guest

    windows mail dial up connection pop up

    I have read the threads on the windows pop up posted and tried all the
    suggestions and nothing works. Every time I open windows mail the dial up
    pop up box comes up and keeps my wireless connection from getting or sending
    email. I have turned off the modem nothing works. Can I re-install this?
    --
    thx T

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    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: windows mail dial up connection pop up

    In Windows Mail go to Tools, Accounts, select your mail account,
    click on Properties, Connection. You have a choice of not selecting
    a connection, in which case WM will use the connection used by IE,
    or you can specify your broadband connection.

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    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (WLMail)


    "Ms T" <MsT@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:A55C83A1-D973-4D70-A583-BB0897D39092@xxxxxx

    >I have read the threads on the windows pop up posted and tried all the
    > suggestions and nothing works. Every time I open windows mail the dial up
    > pop up box comes up and keeps my wireless connection from getting or sending
    > email. I have turned off the modem nothing works. Can I re-install this?
    > --
    > thx T


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    Join Date : Mar 2009
    Langley, VA
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    Vista Ultimate x64 + XP Pro x32
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    Re: windows mail dial up connection pop up

    Hmm...u can try this and let me know what happens...
    <br />Click Start->Control Panel->Internet Options->Select Connections Tab->Select Never Dial a connection!!<br />U r done! :-)
    <br />Does it help?? Let me know!

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    Join Date : May 2009
    Posts : 1
    Vista home Pemium x64
    Local Time: 18:13


     

    Re: windows mail dial up connection pop up

    I am having the exact same problem with Windows Mail. No matter what I do, the dial up connection comes up. The radio button for the dial up is grayed out in the connection section. Any help would be appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ms T View Post
    I have read the threads on the windows pop up posted and tried all the
    suggestions and nothing works. Every time I open windows mail the dial up
    pop up box comes up and keeps my wireless connection from getting or sending
    email. I have turned off the modem nothing works. Can I re-install this?
    --
    thx T

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

windows mail dial up connection pop up

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