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Iphone wont send mail out

Msg says The connection to the outgoing server is incorrect and that usename for bashbrother1971@gmail.com is incorrect

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Use your internet service provider mailserver adress for outgoing mails.

to find out what the adres is check your isp homepage or google ispname mail server adres.

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