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The cause could be either certificate revocation or improperly configured email account setting.
if it was working and just stopped, then likely the first; if never worked, then the second.
For the first
In Internet Explorer,
Click on Tools
Click the 'Connections' tab, and then click LAN Settings
Check the 'automatically detect settings' check-box
Click 'Advanced' tab --Scroll down to 'Security' and
un-check "Check for server certificate revocation"
Click the OK button
Close all IE windows, and start a new session.
For the second....it depends on your mail provider what the 'settings' should be. Their website should have detailed instructions on it, if not, who is your mail provider ?
Go to the forgotten password and enter ur mail or phone number then u reset ur pasword from e-mail or phone number with given a security code which sending from +3266 and chnge ur paswrd nd enjoy facebook...
Check the spelling of the website. Make sure it's not Hotmail.comhotmail.com like states in your header. You may have accidentally blocked it in your "Security" tab. After opening IE 9, click on the "Tools" tab, then select "Internet Options". Click the "Security" tab. You'll see 4 options. Clcik on the "Restricted" one and click "Sites" See if your Hotmail.com is not on the list. If so, then click the "Clear sites" button. Otherwise, use Mozilla to gain access to Hotmail.com.
Hi, try deleting your browser's history and checking if the time on your PC is correct. if that does not help, try going to outlook.com and typing in your e-mail but without @hotmail.com but @outlook.com if the previous step did not help, create a new account.
To locate 3rd party applications that may be causing conflicts:
1. Click the Start menu in Windows 2. Click on Programs 3. Look for above types of applications (McAfee, Norton, Symantec, ZoneAlarm, etc.)
If you are unsure as to how to disable the security software, please contact the manufacturer of the applications you have installed on your computer.
But if you want to get around the Nokia Messaging then here is what to do:
Go to Mail on your phone - Options - Settings - scroll down to email - Options - New Mailbox
Click - start and then NO to allow connections (that stops Nokia Messaging swinging into control)
Now enter your hotmail address except do not put @hotmail.com at the end. Put @abc.com
e..g. if you email is *****@yahoo.com then enter mailto:*****@abc.com
This is very important because if fools the phone into thinking this is a non hotmail email account. If you do not use this by pass, then when the operating system detects you are doing a hotmail, it simply tell you that it has made you a nice new bookmark for the hotmail web page.
Now enter your password - press OK
Now enter your correct hotmail address - e.g. *****@yahoo.com - press OK (this time you can use the yahoo)
Now you will get an error message saying unable to define settings and it will allow you to manually set the POP3 or IMAP. yahoo is of course POP3 so choose that.
OK - to the wizard intro
Incoming mail server - pop3.live.com
Security - SSL/TLS - very important
Outgoing mail server - smtp.live.com
Security - Start TLS ----> THIS IS THE NEW SETTING THAT HAS RECENTLY CHANGED. BEFORE SSL/TLS WAS FINE BUT NOW THE MICROSOFT SERVER IS REJECTING SSL/TLS EMAIL WITH AN ERROR 530 MESSAGE/START WITH TLS.
SO PLEASE ENSURE THIS OUTMAIL SECURITY IS CORRECT - START TLS.
If you yahoo was working fine but suddenly it stopped working for outbound emails, then this is the setting you now need change.
Port Number - 25 (which is the default)
Some users have reported that it only works if you use Port 587 for outbound. This depends on whether or not not ISP is port blocking or not. I suggest you try 25 and if you still cannot send emails via hotmail, then change to 587.
The wizard should now complete the setup and in the list you should now see the new email but now it needs editing further so click options - settings (on the new email you have just added).
- Connection settings
- Incoming e-mail
- change the user name to the hotmail one i.e. change *****@abc.com to *****@yahoo.com
leave password correct
leave incoming mail server pop3.live.com
access point - whatever is your default - I set to always ask
mailbox name - change this to *****@yahoo.com i.e. your yahoo address
leave mailbox type as pop3
leave security ports SSL/TLS - this is still okay for incoming mail
leave port - default
leave APOP as OFF
now back to OUTGOING MAIL SERVER
change my email address to your correct hotmail one i.e. ****@yahoo.com
change user name to your correct hotmail one i.e. *****@yahoo.com
leave password - it should be same as for incoming mail
Mr. Vidya the problem mentioned by you can be solved by resetting your browser. To reset the internet explorer follow these steps:
1>click on start
2> select run
3>In the run box type -> inetcpl.cpl
4>You will get the internet properties window
5> select programmes tab and click on reset
6>select advanced tab and click on restore defaults