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Hi there all, I'm hoping that you can help me. My outlook express is not working properly, I can receive emails ok but when i go to send I get this message......

The message could not be sent because one of the recipients was rejected by the server. The rejected e-mail address was 'xxxx68@gmail.com'. Subject 'hi there', Account: 'mail.dodo.com.au', Server: 'mail.dodo.com.au', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '550 relay not permitted', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 550, Error Number: 0x800CCC79

Also If a hyperlink is sent in an email it wont take me to the web page. When I click nothing happens.
I have XP Pro and use outlook express 6
Any help or advice would be great!
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Edited by noni1969, 06 May 2006 - 12:16 AM.

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Does the server require authentication?
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hi not that I am aware of
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Can you get it to collect and send mail from Yahoo or any other web based e-mail
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Can you get it to collect and send mail from Yahoo or any other web based e-mail
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Yep, I can use yahoo mail no worries but my primary email is through outlook express
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In Yahoo, click mail options, mail forwarding and pop access, set it to forward to an account in Outlook Express

Which ISP is it?
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i can receive mail no problems it just sending out from outlook express, the isp is dodo.com.au
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If you log in here

http://webmail.dodo.com.au/

Does it have details for mail forwarding or setting up outlook express
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no it doesn't
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If it has always done this, click mail options in outlook express, click server, tick server requires authentication, click apply, close outlook express, open outlook express, try sending
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I did find this......

Block inbound SMTP (TCP port 25)
Block inbound DCE Endpoint Resolution (TCP port 135)
Block inbound Windows file and printer sharing (TCP/UDP ports 137-139)
Block inbound Windows file and printer sharing (TCP port 445)
Block inbound MS SQL server (TCP port 1433)


Outbound from Customer

Block outbound SMTP to external mail servers (TCP port 25)
Block outbound DCE Endpoint Resolution (TCP port 135)
Block outbound Windows file and printer sharing (TCP/UDP ports 137-139)
Block outbound Windows file and printer sharing (TCP port 445)
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Which firewall have you got?
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windows firewall
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Download and install this

http://filehippo.com...zonealarm_free/

During set up, let it set permissions automatically
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