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  1.    #1  
    After a few hours searching all the existing threads (and other sources), I think I already know the answer to this, BUT! I think I am due to ask a foolish question.

    Is there a way to have Pocket Outlook do a send and receive for all defined e-mail accounts at one time rather than individually?

    I know I can configure it to auto fetch every X period, but for several reasons I prefer manually kicking off the process.

    Thanks in advance!

    And a big thanks to everyone for all the tips, hacks and tweaks I have picked up here over the years!

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    Once you set one up it should do it for all of them at the same time.
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    For POP accounts you can set them to poll at 5, 15, 30, etc. minute intervals so yes you can have them retrieve at the same time. For me getting email at exactly the same time is possible but not set up to do so. My Microsoft Exchange account is true pushmail so I get mail when it arrives. I can set it for intervals but I pay monthly for this service so why would I do that. Then I also have a POP account which is set at "every 30 minutes".
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    I understand what you are looking for and I have not figured it out either. I have to manually click send/receive for each of my accounts (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail). I only have my hotmail account set to auto receive because its the one I use most.
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  5.    #5  
    Thanks, all.

    That confirms what I thought to be the case.

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