Microsoft outlook 2003 Tags: Configuration Microsoft Outlook Windows XP Last response: November 3, 2010 3:19 PM in Windows XP Share ceekay November 2, 2010 3:10:45 PM HI all , Can any1 explain to me why am I getting old deleted mails, I did not restore my mails but all of a sudden when I click on send and receive I get old mail 2GB of mail , how doI stop that from happening ?? More about : microsoft outlook 2003 Emerald November 2, 2010 8:32:00 PM there is a setting to leave your mail on the server which might be checked. Therefore, when you reconnect it will download the emails again. ceekay November 3, 2010 3:19:48 PM I hv downloaded them and set it 2 delete everything until last 10 days , thx Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWill Microsoft Office outlook 2003 run on windows 7 Forum lock microsoft outlook 2003/2007 add email account? Forum Microsoft office outlook 2003 text wrap Forum Microsoft outlook 2003 run time error 91 Forum Microsoft Outlook 2003 status disconnected and reported error Forum Slow finding Microsoft Outlook 2003 address beginning with J Forum Microsoft office outlook 2003 Forum Solvedguide for building microsoft outlook email server Forum Solvedoutlook 2003 is sending e-mail displaying a different e-mail address Forum SolvedOutlook 2003 corrupted in Windows XP Forum SolvedOutlook 2003 sends mail but cannot receive mail Forum Solvedoffice outlook 2003 problem --Followup Forum SolvedMicrosoft Outlook Vs Outlook Express Forum How to retrieve outlook express 2003 6.0 calendar setting Forum SolvedOutlook 2003/XP E-Mails To Wrong Folders Forum SolvedI get double email messages in my Microsoft Outlook. How do I eliminate duplicate emails? Forum SolvedOutlook 2003 SP3 takes 15-25 seconds to open Forum SolvedOutlook 2003 works intermittently on Windows 7 Forum Microsoft Office 365 Outlook Web app Email delivery problems Forum SolvedOutlook 2003 Problems Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !