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I'm not able to send mail to another account? I'm trying to set-up the computer so that it will go to our business server.

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Bmuller, in order to advise you correctly on your forwarding mail problem you need to give more information as to what email client you are using to receive your own emails.
If you are using Outlook Express, you cannot set it up the way you would like to.
However, if you were using Windows Outlook you can set it up with no problems by just following the GUI of Windows Outlook.
It's a matter of reading the instructions carefully and filling in the appropriate text fields.

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Trying To set up yahoo mail in my HTC phone need details


Hi,

You will need adjust the mail application's POP settings to get your Yahoo! Mail messages into it.

POP access is a service for owners of one of the following:


Yahoo! Mail Pop Access & Forwarding

Yahoo! Mail
Plus Premium Services
A Broadband account
A Small Business account

Please note that access to IMAP servers is not available.


To use an email client or application to send and receive Yahoo! Mail messages, you may need to designate a new incoming (POP) mail server and a new outgoing (SMTP) mail server. Consult your owner's manual for instructions on designating servers in the email application.


If you can't add new POP or
SMTP servers, you will need to change your current server settings.

Before you make any changes, write down your current settings. You might need to revert to your original settings later if you decide to send and receive messages from your other email addresses.


The following steps will help you find the POP settings for your Yahoo! Mail account and configure it:


Log onto your Yahoo! Mail account from a PC.

Click Options > Mail Options.
Click POP & Forwarding.
Click Set up or edit POP & Forwarding.
Click POP Settings.

Note your Server Setting information. Your phone email client or application will ask for these settings:


Incoming Mail Server (POP3)- for example, pop.mail.yahoo.com.

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)- for example, smtp.mail.yahoo.com.
Account Name/Username, your Yahoo! Member ID- for example, myuserID.
Email address, your Yahoo! Mail address- for example, myuserID@yahoo.com.
Password, your Yahoo! Mail password- for example, l0ngitudin*l

Notes:


POP server settings may change from time to time and you should confirm the current POP server settings in Yahoo! Mail if it is not working.


When using
Microsoft Outlook, replace the "@" in your address with "%".

As an alternative to configuring Yahoo! Mail POP mail configurations, go to:


http://mobile.yahoo.com/mail

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mobile/...

Enter your phone number and send a link to your phone; the best Yahoo! Mail experience will be suggested to you.
Have a nice day

Jan 01, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I am tying to set up yahoo account on thunderbird. i can send email but not receive.. i have tried changing server settings and port settings


Much more common is a sending issue. Often you have to send through your ISP server, contact them for what that server is, if you have sending issues.

I found directions for Outlook, which should be similar to Thunderbird:

Look closely at requires authentication settings....

Note: You must be a Yahoo! Mail Plus user to read Yahoo! Mail in an email reader program such as Microsoft Outlook. Click here for information about subscribing to Yahoo! Mail Plus.
To read your Yahoo! Mail Plus using Microsoft Outlook 2002 or 2003, follow these steps:
  1. From the Tools menu, select Email Accounts.
  2. Select Add a new email account and click Next.
  3. Select POP3 and click Next.
  4. Enter the following information:
    • User Information

      Your Name: Type your name as you'd like it to appear when you send an email message.

      E-Mail Address: Type your Yahoo! Mail Plus email address (for example, testing80@yahoo.com).
    • Server Information

      Incoming mail server (POP3): Type plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com.

      Outgoing mail server (SMTP): Type plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com.
    • Login Information

      User Name: Type your Yahoo! ID (your email address without the "@yahoo.com").

      Password: Type your Yahoo! password.
    • Select the Remember Password checkbox if you don't want Outlook to prompt you for your password each time you check your mail.
    • Do not select the Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) checkbox.
  5. Click More Settings. The Internet E-mail Settings dialog box appears.
  6. Select the Outgoing Server tab:
    • Select the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication checkbox.
    • Make sure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected.
  7. Click the Advanced tab:
    • Under Incoming Server (POP3), select the This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) checkbox. The number in the Incoming Server (POP3) field usually changes automatically from 110 to 995. If it doesn't, type 995.
    • In the Outgoing Server (SMTP) field, type 465. Under Outgoing Server (SMTP), select the This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) checkbox.
    • If you want to save your Yahoo! Mail messages on both the Yahoo! Mail server and on your computer, select the Leave a copy of messages on the server checkbox. If you want your messages to be deleted from the Yahoo! server once Outlook has downloaded them onto your computer, leave the box unchecked.

      Note: After your messages are deleted from the server, we cannot retrieve them.
  8. Click OK to close the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box.
  9. Click Finish to close the Add New E-mail Account dialog box.
  10. Click Close to close the Account Settings dialog box.
Troubleshooting tips
If you still can't send Yahoo! Mail from Outlook, you might be accessing the Internet through an ISP that is blocking the SMTP port. If this is the case, try using port 587 when sending email via Yahoo!'s SMTP server. To make this change:
  1. From the Tools menu, select Account Settings. The Account Settings dialog box appears.
  2. Select your Yahoo! Mail Plus account and click Properties. The Change E-mail Account dialog box appears.
  3. Click More Settings. The Internet E-mail Settings dialog box appears.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. In the Outgoing Server (SMTP) box, type 587.
  6. Click Apply, and then click OK to close the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box.
  7. Click Close to close the Account Settings dialog box.

Oct 17, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I am getting this error when trying to send email on Microsoft Outlook. I can receive but not send on Microsoft Outlook. I can send and receive through the mail server that I am using through Yahoo and...


Microsoft Outlook 2002 (XP) and 2003 From the Tools menu, choose E-mail Accounts. Click in the circle beside "View or change existing e-mail accounts." Click Next. Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Change. Click More Settings. From the tabs along the top, click "Outgoing Server." Check "My outgoing server requires authentication”. Also, make sure to check "Use same settings as my incoming mail server." Click OK. Click Next. Click Finish.
Microsoft Outlook Express From the Tools menu, choose Accounts. Select the "Mail" tab. Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Properties Select the "Servers" tab. Check the box next to "My Server Requires Authentication." Click the Settings button. Ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected and click OK. Click Apply on the properties dialog box to confirm your changes and to close the window. Click Close on the Internet Account dialog box to complete the settings change. Click Close.

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Send test e-mail message: Cannot send the message. Verify the e-mail address in your account properties. The server responded: 550 bosauthsmtp04: Host 79.106.109.14: No unauthenticated relaying permitted


You must ask your e-mail account provider or look through their help pages for instructions on how to set up your account in the mail application.
There are a couple of ways the email servers use to authenticate incomming connections, you have to find out what your exact settings are supposed to be.

Nov 28, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I cant send messages through outlook 2007 just receive (0x800ccc80)


If you're unable to send mails, it can be related to a problem with the configuration of Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). Verify from your ISP your incoming and outgoing mail server.

Go to Tools> Account Settings> Email tab.
Select your Email account and then click on Change.
Double check if incoming and outgoing mail sever are entered correctly.
Click More Settings button.
Go to Advanced tab and enter 110 for Incoming Mail Server port, and then enter 25 for Outgoing Mail Server.

** you could also verify from your ISP if they uses a different port for Outgoing Mal Server.

Oct 12, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Tried to send e-mail error host SMTP could not be found error code ox8oocccod do not understand what that means


It sounds as though you're using Outlook to send email to and from and ISP and not to or from a Microsoft Exchange server. If so, then the following applies.

The error message means that there is a configuration problem with your email account settings. This error usually happens when an error has been made when specifiy the name of the outgoing (SMTP) mail server.

Note: It may be necessary to contact your ISP to obtain their specific mail server information. The standard port number for Incoming mail (POP3) is 110. The standard port number for Outgoing mail (SMTP) is 25.

Here's what you need to do to verify your settings:

1. Contact your ISP to obtain their specific mail server settings.
2. Open Outlook
3. Click on the "Tools" menu item then click on "Account Settings".
4. Make sure you are on the "Email tab" of the account setting dialog box.
5. Double click on the email account that is listed under "Name".
6. The Internet Email Settings dialog box will appear.
7. Look for the heading "Sever Information". Below that heading you will see Incoming and Outgoing Mail Server . Verify the names of your mail servers match the information given to you by your ISP.
8. If your ISP have provided you with port numbers other than those listed in the note above, perform steps 9 to 12. Otherwise proceed to step 13.
9. From the Internet Email Settings dialog box, click on the "More Settings" button.
10. Click on the "Advanced" tab.
11. Change the Incoming and Outgoing mail server ports to match the information provided by your ISP.
12. Click the OK button to save the changes.
13. Click on the "Next" button.
14. Click on the "Finish" button.
15. Click on the "Close" button to colse the account settings.

Outlook will now be configured properly to send and receive Internet Email.

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Verizon email account setup on my iPhone


Try this on the iPhone:

Incoming settings:
POP Account Information:
Name: The name you want in the header when you send mail
Address: Your full email address-e.g., My.Address@verizon.net
Description: anything you want (This will be the name in the list of mail accounts)

Incoming Mail Server:
Host Name: incoming.verizon.net
User Name: the first part of your email address-e.g., My.Address
Password: Your password to Verizon netmail or your desktop mail client

Advanced:
Incoming Settings
Use SSL: Off
Authentication: Password
Delete from Server: your preference
Server Port:110

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How to Set up Juno Email in Microsoft Outlook2007


Tools > Account settings > E mail accounts > Change > More settings > Outgoing server > Check the box which says > My outgoing server says authentication . Finish

Apr 21, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Trying to use outlook for my juno email


Hi Kuhntl,
Please send a mail to juno admin, to activate POP/POP3 for your e-mail account and just find out the name of POP and SMTP server.
I Guess it would be pop.juno.com and smtp.juno.com

Now setup your mail account either through control panel or outlook options. with the following information
  • your name
  • pop server name
  • smtp server
  • your juno email ID
  • password if you want computer remember your password (not recommonded)
pl contact having probs
Thank & bye

Zulfikar Ali

Mar 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Sending from Office 2007


Go to Tools > Account Settings > Double click the account > More Settings > Outgoing Server > ‘Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail’.

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