I HAVE A BLACKBERRY CURVE. WE HAVE A SPRINT SERVER.
WE DID NOT HAVE PROBLEMS ACCESSING COMPANY E-MAIL
UNTIL THEY PUT IN THIS NEW SERVER. SOME OF THE EMPLOYEES
HERE HAVE BLACKBERRIES THAT ARE NOT WITH SPRINT. WE WERE TOLD THAT THE BLACKBERRIES WITH DIFFERENT PROVIDERS WOULD STILL WORK WITH OUR COMPANY E-MAIL.
SINCE THEY HAVE PUT IN THIS SERVER I HAVE BEEN WITHOUT E-MAIL. I HAVE SPENT NUMBEROUS HOURS WITH OUR I.T. GUY AND THE TECHS AT VERIZON.......SO FAR NO LUCK....I AM GETTING FRUSTRATED.PLEASE HELP.
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Re: E-MAIL THROUGH COMPANY SERVER
Which server are you using to deliver emails.. i.e. Exchange or Lotus notes?
What is this Sprint server and the function of it.. i.e. is it a firewall/spam filter etc?
For a quick fix, request your account to be on the Same BES server as the other employee's that have the Blackberry device working. Then work with your Techy guys to route through what the Sprint server is doing to stop your device from not functioning.
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win 10 does not recognize that mail server so you may have to reinstall that mail system
if you have troubles take it to a computer shop and ask them to install it
I had the same problems as it would not recognize bigpond server and it took a long time to get may mail back on after I junked win 10 and went back to win 7
There are many many reasons for not to be able to send email.
In order to narrow down cause of problem, you need to provide more info (or organize info for yourself to do trouble shoot).
If it's web mail (hotmail, gmail,yahoo mail etc) or POP mail (Internet provider's email, company mail or even your own domain's mail etc)
also depend on which mailer (mailing program) you are using (MS outlook, Windows Live mail, or access from browser etc)
Sometimes, problem is not your side but server side, if so there is nothing you can do.
If you can give us more detail, someone (include me) can help.
don't give us your mail account info, but what kind of email (web or POP), what program you are using (how do you read and send email).
is there any error message returned or it was sent but never reached to destination ?
Outlook Express 6 was intended as a way to download your mail and view it locally on the computer its used on. In most cases mail accessed with Outlook Express was done so using POP account settings, resulting in the mail being deleted off the main mail server (in your case, verizon) and leaving only the copy of that email sitting on your computer in Outlook Express. Of course if you were using more customized mail settings, its possible to keep the mail from being deleted from the server and have access to it from other computers or being logging into your mail account through a web browser like Firefox or Chrome, etc. So to answer your question... If the email still exists on the server (verizon) then yes it can be done. But then accessing your account via the web would be far easier than doing it with Outlook Express. On the other hand, if the email cannot be seen on your verizon account online, then accessing it with Outlook Express will not be possible. If its not there, its not there.
If the email physically exists on your computer in Outlook Express, then regardless of the account it was received through, it should still be there. If you changed your computer logon information, you might have inadvertently switched identities, resulting in your mail appearing to be gone. It could still be safe and sound, but hiding under another mail identity. You can find this by looking in your menu in Outlook Express for switching identities. If you see more than one identity available, switch to another and look for your mail.
When you use Microsoft Outlook Express to send and receive mail to a Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) or Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) server running Exchange 2000 Server or Exchange Server 2003, you may receive the following error message. Your server has unexpectedly terminated the connection. Possible causes for this include server problems, network problems, or a long period of inactivity.
It depends on your mail account, but a search enginge can help you. For example, if you have a gmail address search online for "gmail incoming mail server" or if you are using charter search "charter incoming mail server" and one of the results should be able to tell you what words to put in the incoming mail server box.
It is usually something like "pop.mailserver.com" or something similar
The most likely explanation is that your ISP (manx.net?) server is temporarily down. You can connect by webmail? If it is manx net then you can try accessing your e-mails by logging in on here. If you can access through web browser, but want to set up windows live mail click here. Settings for manx.net - for Windows Mail but same will apply in Outlook. Hope it helps.
Is the problem with the Webmail service or a mail program? If the issue is the webmail, then it's an issue that I can't help you fix; it is on the server.
If you are using a program like Windows Mail or Thunderbird, first have you gotten a message about accessing a security site (to prove you are a real human)? That system has issues and you may need to clear the cache and cookies in your browser before going to that site to unlock the security issue.
Second: make sure you have your outgoing mail correctly set-up. It should have server name: smtp.aim.com port 587. You need your user name and password enabled but not the secure authentication or Connection security.
Finally there have been recent problems on the authentication side of AIM service. I'd seen messages that this problem was fixed but it may wtill have problems. http://twitter.com/aolmail has updates (usually limited to M-F).
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (If you use IMAP for your incoming mail, you can have an easy work around if the Webmail interface is working. Write your outgoing message in your preferred mail program and save to draft. Login to the Webmail on your browser. Go to the draft folder and you should be able to chose either send message or edit and then send. If you use POP3, it's a multi-step process to cut and paste the message from the draft in a new compose window on the Webmail service.)
Every E-mail service has different setting. You need to contact or check the web site of that company that provides the E-mail. If it's Comcast, check their page. If it's a smaller company, check their web site for the settings. There are no standard settings.