Based on the information in the headers, you can then selectively download complete messages.
For example, when traveling, you might be using a slower connection and dont want to download large messages or attachments.
As most of you already know, if your date or time get screwed up after turning off your system, you need a new battery on the Motherboard. I don't keep a copy of my e-mails on the server, they all get pulled into Outlook after their wash.
This started with Win 7 and Outlook 2007 (never happened with XP and Outlook 2003) -- I can pull any number of messages into Outlook but the Inbox doesn't update or show the correct number of unread e-mail messages until I read at least one of them.
Some things you do in Outlook ask for confirmation.
For example, the first time you try to Dismiss All on a list of reminders, Outlook asks you if you're sure you want to do that.
Before closing Outlook or if leaving the computer for a while with Outlook open, I hit the Work Offline to toggle Outlook offline so that I can restart with the Yahoo preview the next time.
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Then under that is "yesterday" and once i read that thats all even though I keep receiving and can't read them until the next day? I presume the 2007 Ribbon is similar to the 2010 Ribbon, but only one copy of Outlook can be installed at a time.
Per Outlook 2010 help --- begin quote --- First downloading only the headers from your POP3 mail server is useful if you receive large messages.
If you don't choose an option on that dialog box, Outlook won't let you do anything else. Pressing Alt Tab will help you switch from window to window and help you see what dialog boxes might be stopping Outlook from responding.
If you can't find a dialog box open, move on to the next step.