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Can recivce but not send e-mails!


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:tazz: at the moment i can recivce e-mails but not send them via all my accounts that i use in outlook, i've tried every thing , it can find the outgoing/incomming server, e-mail address, username, but it says " SSL or port infomration is not correct" how do i correct this then?
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can any one help? ;) :tazz: ?
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in your settings for the acccounts your trying to log into, are you sure their correct, (i.e if you have it on POP3 vs. another one it should be?)
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it's set as pop3 and it's pop3 is there any way i could go through another outgoing e-mail server?
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Check a couple of things:

If you are running a gateway, firewall, or router, make sure you have POP3(port 110) and SMTP (port 25) both open, incoming and outgoing. Also, if this is a mail server that you host, check to make sure the MX records in DNS are correct and are what your email server is looking for.

If you can recieve emails, it shows that POP3 (port 110) is fine, and that SMTP (25) is your problem. Check with your firewall/router/gateway. Also, if all else fails, check with your ISP
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Are you trying to use your outlook to download and send email that is web based
such as yahoo or hotmail.
If so your STMP has to be your isp stmp
eg POP3. yahoo but STMP your ISP not yahoo. Does this make sense if not I wll
try and explain with a screen shot.
Cheers
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