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    I run MS Exchange at home on Win 95. A long time ago, I set it up to automatically open Exchange when I boot up the PC, and for Exchange to automatically dial up the ISP and check e-mail, like every 15 minutes or so.

    I know I should know how to makle one or both of these things stop happening, but I don't remember. I am thirty and already getting senile!!

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Paul

    505 STI
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    Check your StartUp folder to see if that's where Exchange is being loaded at boot time. The check for new mail interval should be an option somewhere in Exchange itself. It's been so long since I've used it I can't remember where... in Services maybe?
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    if you don't find it in the start up. run msconfig from the run command and look in the start up tab for it.
    Felipe
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