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current e-mail account on a new laptop

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tizhmslf
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current e-mail account on a new laptop

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My current email (xxxxx.verizon.net) works fine on my PC using Outlook 2007.

I have a new laptop and I want to set it up to get my same email (xxxxx.verizon.net) on Outlook 2010.

Possible?

Would I use the same account settings I currently have?

Would one intefere with the other?

 

Also, I don't see incoming email on my verizon.net site. Settings wrong?

 

Thank you for any help!

 

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tns
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Should work.  You probably want to do at least one different option.  Normally its best to only keep all email at one location.  So one or both of them should have the option, Leave Mail on server.  I have only my home Desktop retrieve and delete email.  Others leave all email normally online, perhaps setting one of their devices to delete all online after xx days.

tizhmslf
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Thank you.

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How should i set up my new laptop to see the email coming to my PC on my current email address??

Hubrisnxs
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should be able to use the settings or the auto set up at www.verizon.com/repair  - choose Setup your Verizon Email Account

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