Can receive, but not send emails. Use wireless router (Mac airport express). I CAN send on other wiress/wired networks, just not my own. Previously no problem, and have not switched internet provider (comcast).
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Please try download and Install MacTube Player to play Youtube video or music... Let me know the result please...
Also to play the music in stereo receiver please follow below steps.
Plug in the Apple AirPort Express into a power outlet near the stereo. Connect an audio cable from the audio port on the AirPort Express to the audio in port on your stereo. If your stereo has a different sized audio port than the 3.5 mm one on the AirPort Express, you will need to use an adapter to connect it.
Plug in an ethernet cable from the AirPort Express to your computer or wireless router for a wired connection. For a wireless connection, connect the AirPort Express to your existing home network, or use a computer with a wireless network adapter to connect directly to the AirPort Express.
Connect to the AirPort Express with your computer as directed in the manual to run the setup with the AirPort utility. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Open iTunes and play the music to your stereo. There should be a pop up in the lower right corner after you run the Airport utility.
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No, the router is a device that routes data within a network. It is not designed a email client. Your email client that is ( yahoo, gmail etc. ) if for sending and receiving emails. Your pc is designed with the Outlook and Outlook express and or Windows live to do this.
Had the same problem. What i did was in the Airport Configuration program goto "Airport" then to "Wireless" and then to "Wirelesee options" In this menu deselect "Use wide channels". Also i decreased the power of the 5.0 Ghz transmission, because i don't use it yet. But i think the "Wide channels" is the reason of the problem. It is a bit weird thoug, on my Airports Guest acount with no password and incryption, the Acer One loged on perfectly, but on my private network with WPA2 it did not. Aparantly the Guest network does not use "Wide Channels"
Hope this helps, but take care, maybe the menu's are called differendly because i had to translate them from Dutch.
The airport has a wireless signal but its not supplied by your provider. In order to use wireless at the airpport you have to pay their provider too.
Your system can receive and send to the wireless network in the airport but usually when you have connected to their wireless network, once you open a browser (IE or Firefox) it will provide you with a sign up page where they want you to pay typically $9.99 for 24 hours of use of their wireless network, which you sign up for with a credit card.
So you should be able to recieve that page but you can't access the rest of the internet unless you pay them for access.
because you have a third party email account you will have to go into the email accounts and in options look for my outgoing server requires authentication and tick the box.
You may also need autorization from bt as they may not allow the incoming emails.
also check that any antivirus programmes arent stopping the outgoing mail and putting them in the outbox.
I was searching this site for a solution to a problem I am having and came across your post. I had the same issue and what I did was reset my airport express to factory settings (detailed in manual) - this enabled the Airport extreme to find/pair with it.
What happens if you connect one of the wireless machines with an ethernet cable?
Any chance you have a Firewall of AV program blocking port 25 on these machines?
Have you tried Safe Mode With Networking?
I'm sure you realize that is most often caused by the ISP blocking Port 25, but I assume they would have told you so if this was the case.