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Cannot send email messages

I have a wireless Gateway computor, and I came to Az for6 wks. Do I have to have a differenor special modem( such as a wireless). Or what is my problem

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    Mr-Sticky May 11, 2010

    who is your internet service provider in Az, have you spoken to them?

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Contact your internet provider, or check your internet providers homepage.

What you should ask/look for is their SMPT server for outgoing mail. You have to use that SMPT server in your mailprogram for your mails to pass through.

This is a restriction most ISPs have to stop members from sending spam.

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hey there i am having a problem with my Vista home premium. = false

I cant connect or get my broadband connected to DSL. = true

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how come i cant do this with the DSL Line?

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