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Re: Not able to send email
Is this regular Yahoo or are you trying AT&T/SBC Yahoo? If so, make sure your log in account has your full email address in it (i.e. email@example.com). You will likely have to call their (AT&T/SBC) tech support if you can't log in.
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COST? This is a very vague question. That all depends on the type and severity of the email. If you are unable to receive emails for a long time, something serious is happening and you need to contact your Internet Provider or the e-mail service you are using.
There are several things which could be affecting your email:
There's a problem with your email account
If you're not using it already try accessing your email online and send yourself some test messages. If these all work the issue may be with your email software or device.
An issue with your email software or device
If you can log into your account, but can't send or receive emails, your email server settings may have been changed, so you'll need to check these. See our step-by-step guides on the set-up process, which includes incoming & outgoing server settings.
A large email is being sent
Large email attachments can cause your mailbox to lock, but it will unlock itself within 20 minutes. If the problem keeps happening, try deleting any emails over 3MB.
Your email account is full
Log in to your online email access. Then try deleting any emails you don't need - particularly those with large attachments.
If you use a mail client (eg Outlook) and find that the mailbox on the server fills up, the client can be set to stop a copy of emails being left on the server, or reducing the amount of time they are stored. To do this in Outlook 2007 or 2010:
In the Tools menu (or File tab in 2010), click Account Settings.
Under Name, select the POP3 e-mail account that you want to change, and then click Change.
Click More Settings.
Click the Advanced tab, and then under Delivery, remove the tick from the Leave a copy of messages on the server check box.
Are you getting any messages back stating a problem with sending to those people? It is possible that the ones who are not receiving your emails may have their anti spam settings set to strict. You will probably need to contact them by phone, and ask them to check their spam settings in their yahoo account. Sometimes if they do not have your email address in their contact list, it will block message from that address.Another possibility is that their yahoo.com email account is no longer active.
Typically this error indicates that you are trying to send your Adhost
email through Adhost’s mail server when you have not authenticated your
email account to send mail. Our mail server authenticates you through
your pop account. So when you check your email, our mail server
authenticates your pop user and password, captures that IP that you are
checking your email from, and adds that IP to our relay list. This list
is flushed every 70 minutes. This means, if you try to send email after
the relay list has been flushed and before you’ve attempted to check
your email, you will receive this error.
How to fix the problem:
Fix #1 - reauthenticate on our server.
Remove any email from your Outbox. If you need to keep the message, you
can move it to your 'Drafts' folder.
Click "Send/Receive". This will reauthenticate you.
Try resending the email.
Fix #2 - configure your email client to check for email before sending.
In Outlook, go to "Tools" and select "Email Accounts". Make sure "View
or change existing e-mail accounts" is checked. Click Next.
Select your account from the list and click "Change".
Select "More Settings".
Select "Outgoing Server".
Check "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication".
Select "Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail".
Click "OK", then "Next", then "Finish".
This will fix your problem Or Call Yahoo! Customer Service
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First of all, do you know if the company received your resume?
Call them and see if they received it via email.
If they haven't, I would just start a msn @live.com email account you can use for business. MSN has larger storage and it's very
easy to set up an account free.
The problem is clearly indicated on the error code.
"the server responded 521 user is over the limit for messages to be sent in a single day."
Have you been sending a lot of messages using that account? From yahoo:
The limit for messages for yahoo is 100 per hour, max 500 per day.
If you believe that you are the one not doing this, you can either report this to yahoo or checked your Yahoo! account immediately. Change the security settings and most specially the passwords. It could be that your account is used as a spam bot.
After deleting and recreating an account in Mail, you might not be able to send emails even if you can receive them. When you try to send a message, this alert may appear:
"Cannot send message using the server smtp.xxxxx.com"
This happens if the Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) server, used for outgoing messages, was incorrectly entered with the first account even if it was correctly entered for the replacement account.
You should first verify that the network connection you're using is the correct one for the ISP that you want mail to communicate with.
From the Mail menu, choose Preferences
On the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) pop-up menu, choose Edit Server List.
Delete all entries for the SMTP server that is mentioned in the error, and click Done.
Configure the current SMTP server by clicking Server Setting.
Note: If you need to use multiple SMTP servers for multiple Mail accounts, see this document.
This particular account is trying to relay. Having worked for an ISP before most people do not allow this. Have you EVER been able to send to this person from this same account that you are using?? Chance are no and the reason you can send to someone else is because there account is fine. Can you send an email to yourself or another email that you may have?
please check your bulk mail,also clarify whether they have used the correct email id..sometimes they can be confusing!if you have another account try sending a mail to yourself and check..sometimes mails take time to deliver..also please ask them if they got a delivery failure report..hope it helps!