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OE not sending using different ISP address


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I have always used different ISP email addresses from wherever addres I happen to have an account. For instance, here in Andorra I have been sending emails through the local server, using the addresses of accounts abroad. Now, I arrived with a different computer and am unable to send emails other than those from a local address, or Yahoo.

The local company are useless and say that it cannot be done, even if I have always done it. I have tried different configuartions to no avail.

Help!!!
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In most cases you can only send email from a address when you're connected to that provider. Otherwise you have to set your SMTP server to that of who you're with for the email to go.
For Yahoo, you can send from any connection on the planet. Usually you have do a send and receive first, but if that doesn't work you may have to set OE up to authenticate with Yahoo details for outgoing mail.
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Hi

I sorted it out now.

Thanks

qim

Edited by qim, 17 September 2010 - 12:16 AM.

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