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Ir you are talking about mail servers must be like this:

POP = pop.mail.yourservername.com (incomimg)
SMTP= smtp.mail.yourservername.com (outgoing)

Ask your internet provider which is your mail server name

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if you can receive properly, then check that in account settings, server, you enable authentication on sending as well.

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I can't get outgoing e-mails to leave my Out Box and go into my Sent Mail. [I have MS Outlook and Verizon.] I clicked the yellow triangle in the lower right hand corner of my desktop. "The server could not...


It seems like your SMTP server is missing...

Follow these instructions:

1. Open Outlook.

2. From the Tools menu, select Accounts.

3. Select View or change existing email accounts, then select Next.

4. Select the Verizon account in the Name window, then select Change.

5. Fill in your Internet email settings:

* Type outgoing.verizon.net in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) field.

* In the User name field, type your Verizon Online user name.

* In the Password field, type your password.

6. Select More Settings.

7. From the Outgoing Server tab, check the box: My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

8. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail.

9. Select OK, then select Next. Click Finish to close the
window.

That should fix it.


Good luck!



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E mail error550 I am not receiving or sending


You need to check your outgoing mail server name and the authentication associated with the account you are using. In other words, your email client (like Outlook or Thunderbird) has an outgoing mail server name and an account name and password setting. Try this:
Open your Outlook (or other mailer) settings (Tools > Accounts)
Go to View/Change email account for the email account you are having problems with.
Check that the SMTP Server is set to yourdomain.com
Go into the "More settings", "Outgoing Server" tab and make sure that the option "My server requires authentication" for the Outgoing server is checked ON. Save and close all windows. Try again.

It will be slightly different for other mail programs, but you should see the same type of information, but maybe in other tabs/windows.

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For the email:   Configuring Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express for Dataone: 1. Open Outlook Express --> Click on Tools --> Click on Accounts 2. Click on Mail --> Click on Add -- Click on Mail 3. Fill - Display Name: e.g. A K Sharma 4. Click on Next --> Fill - E-mail address: e.g. aksharma@dataone.in 5. Click on Next --> Select My Incoming Mail Server is a POP3 Server 6. Fill - Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: e.g. wmma.dataone.in/smma.dataone.in/nmma.dataone.in as allotted by Node-Incharge 7. Fill Outgoing mail (SMTP) Server: e.g. wmra.dataone.in/smra.dataone.in/nmra.dataone.in 8. Click on Next --> Fill - Account name: e.g. aksharma@dataone.in 9. Un-tick Remember password --> Click on Next 10. Click on Finish --> Select the Account --> Click on Properties --> Click on Servers 11. Tick My Server requires authentication --> Click on Settings 12. Ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected 13.  Click on OK --> Click on Apply --> Click on OK --> Click on Close 13.  Click on OK --> Click on Apply --> Click on OK --> Click on Close Back
  Configuring Netscape Messenger for Dataone: 1. Open Netscape Messenger --> Click on Edit --> Click on Preferences
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Click on Identity (under Mail & Newsgroups) --> Fill - Your Name: e.g. A K Sharma
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Fill - Email address: e.g. aksharma@dataone.in
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Click on Mail Servers (under Mail & Newsgroups) --> Under Incoming Mail Servers - Click on Add
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Fill - Server Name: e.g. wmma.dataone.in/smma.dataone.in/nmma.dataone.in as allotted by Node-Incharge
6.
Select Server Type as POP3 Server --> Fill - User Name: e.g. aksharma@dataone.in
7.
Click on OK --> Under Outgoing Mail Server Fill - Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: e.g. smra.dataone.in/wmra.dataone.in/nmra.dataone.in
8.
Fill - Outgoing mail server user name: e.g. aksharma@dataone.in --> Click on OK

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well..this can happen from a password corruption issue..can you log onto the website and get them

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Problem sending out e-mail, continously getting error message. I now have 38 messages holding in my outgoing box. All my addressees receive my messages twice when the do go out.2 to 4 days later.


hello babymae,

by the sounds of it its not that hard of a fix, I take it you are using outlook or similar
alot of the time people forget that you have to set the outgoing server manually this would cause the error you suggested above.

alot of the time it requires authentication

if you start up your outlook and then on the top menu goto tools from the tools menu you will then click on the account settings then double click on the email account that is having the issue.

A new window will now popup

then click on the outgoing server tab and then here is where we adjust your settings for you outgoing server setting

check the box next to "my outgoing server (smtp) requires authentication"
then check the login using and fill in your login info here now we can try this setting first to see if that helped or if we need to put a check mark in the box that says
"require secured password authentication"

also the outgoing server port number might not be correct as well if you have the correct information from your provider that should be put in here then it would be great
this is found in the advance tab

let me know how you made out and if its a different email client or you need more info im more then willing to help out and try and get this issue resolved for you so that you can get those emails sent.

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What is the outgoing mail server name for Bellsouth email.


Hi Kresselt,

BellSouth incoming mail server: mail.bellsouth.net
BellSouth outgoing mail server: mail.bellsouth.net



Also you can find more icoming and outgoing mail server address at this link:

http://www.realifewebdesigns.com/web-resources/pop3-smtp.html

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Outlook 2003 will not send e-mails when I am away from home.


Hello,

Most ISP's don't allow you to use their SMTP/Outgoing server while you are connected to another provider. You have a couple of options for correcting this.

1. You can enable SMTP authentication with your local ISP information. Here are some screenshots that you can use to make the changes.

http://www.sowega.net/techSupport/authentication_outlookxp.htm

2 If option 1 doesn't correct the issue, you will need to contact the ISP that you are using while away from home and ask them for the name of their SMTP/Outgoing server. You can also use the above screenshots to change the SMTP server to the server name they give you. If you use this option, you can uncheck the option that says "My outgoing server requires authentication", you wont need that enabled if you have the actual server name.

Thanks

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