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Cannot send email

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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Contact Comcast tech support and have them help you to bypass port 25 blocking. http://news.zdnet.com/2100-3513_22-136518.html

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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I can send emails to my office pc but cannot receive from them


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Error 530 occur when you use a laptop on a network that is not your own. You can receive emails, but you cannot send them. Some wireless Internet service providers block Port 25 because they think you are a spammer sending malicious emails. Here are a few tips to get around Error 530.

Open Microsoft Outlook. In the "Tools" menu, navigate to "Accounts," "Server" and then "Advanced." Observe the SMTP port setting. If it says "25," change it to "587." Press "Apply," and then click "OK." Exit Outlook, restart your computer and reopen Outlook. Send an email to ensure that your email goes through the system. Attempt an alternative solution. Inside Outlook, select the "Tools" menu, click "Account Settings" and "More Settings." Check the "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" option. Exit Outlook, restart your computer and reopen Outlook. Send an email to see if your email goes through the system. Consider temporarily using web-based email instead of Outlook. For example, if you have a Yahoo! email address and normally access your email through Outlook, open a web browser and type "http://mail.yahoo.com" instead. Check with your specific email provider to see if webmail is available and what address to use. Hope this helps.

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You don't need Outlook Express to sent or receive your Email if since you already have an Email account like Hotmail or any other online free Email Accounts. You can sent or receive your Email through Hotmail account.

Outlook Express is already bundled with WinXp when the OS is installed to your PC/Laptop. Unless you want to download your Email to Outlook Express and you need to configure Outlook Express to receive Email from your Hotmail Account.

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If your internet is working then check the smtp server settings of your mail client, to be able to send your mail
For receiving mails you need to check the pop3/imap server settings of your mail client.
If your internet is not working then check your router and ISP settings there.

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Am tring to set up my email on my new note book in out look express but dont seem to be able to come up with the log on page so am not able to do any thing like send an email can use email on my hotmail...


Outlook Express needs you to have an email account with your ISP, and your ISP should provide you with the setup items like Mail Servers. Once this isw done, you will have complete access to your email.

As an example, my ISP is Comcast and my mail servers are

mail.comcast.net to receive, and
smtp.comcast.net to send.

Your ISP will have their own servers, of course.

You will need to log in to these servers, using logins and passwords provided by your ISP. Outlook Express manages this as well.

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make sure you POP3, and SMTP setting are correct...with who ever your email provider is. If you have hotmail, it should auto configure for you with there http protocol settings for sending and receiving mail.

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Plz disable ur internet, close ur outlook without sending, then open again & if sending receiving then cancel immediately, now u can delete ur e-mail from outlook.

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Hello Landria,

Please use smtp.comcast.net as your smtp address.
Some people type smpt instead of smtp (please check it)

also, you need to change your port to 465, instead of 25.

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