Microsoft Outlook Express...?
I have Microsoft Outlook Express for my college email system. I log into the site and then I get my mail from the express version of outlook. My only problem is, you can only have a certain amount of messages and then you are prevented from receiving anymore.
Last night, however, a friend sent me a bunch that had important information. Since my mailbox was "full" I didn't receive them. So I cleared the mailbox and I still haven't received the messages.
Will they eventually come? or are they lost in cyberspace?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
actually i haven't heard about this problem so far as i think you can receive as many e-mails as you want.
i have received around 100 today and i still can..
maybe the mails are caught as spam or you have a filter and the mails went straight to the desired folders?
can you check it on the web too? just to see if the mails are there anyway?
- steadLv 44 years ago
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