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Outlook Express Hi Guys Need some help here can't send any mails anymore ony recieving message reads----Protokoll: SMPT, Port 25, Secure (SSL) Nei Socketkfehler 10060 Fehlernumber 0x800CC0E Got Outlook in German on my computer been working fine for about 4 years now this problem only started about 2 weeks ago. Thanks in advance for any help. Regards Bob

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Are you connected to the same ISP as always?
ISPs block anonymous email connections originating from other ISPs - it stops people who are not clients fromsend spam using their servers. If you are connected to another ISP for whatever reason, go to your account configuration in Outlook Express add a check mark next to "My server requires authentication".

If this doesn't work or if you are still connected to the same ISP, do this:
1) Got Start, select Run, type in cmd and then click OK.
2) A black window opens, please type telnet fill_in_your_ISPs_SMTP_server_here 25
Example 1 - telnet mail.bellsouth.net 25
Example 2 - telnet smtp-server.socal.rr.com 25
You should get a reply that starts with 220, if you do not get this you are probably being blocked.
If you are being blocked the two main culprits on your system are:
1) Your firewall port or application blocked.
2) Antivirus. Your antivirus email scanner could be acting up and not sending the email after scanning it. If yours has the option try setting it not to scan outgoing email.

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Hey bob..
I found this article.. with some solutions to try..
post back after you try a few (are just go ahead and try them all) and tell us how it went..

http://qna.live.com/ShowQuestion.aspx?qid=BEBA1B7EFCC042428AF6643EBE1195BE

good luck!!

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Are you blocking port 25?

tools > accounts > properties > servers tab > check to see if outgoing mail server "my server requires authentication" is checked. And under advanced tab, outgoing smtp is set at 25.

If you need to use SSL or Secure Auth. make sure your not blocking port 465.

With the mail servers correct, and the ports open, you should be O.K. also, I am not sure what ISP you have, but you should check their support section of their site for setting up POP mail, this will give you the correct mail server locations.

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