The server is not responding, please try after sometime
I've received this error for the past month. The only way I can check my Yahoo mail is in the preview box on the yahoo home page. If I click on mail to open the full page, I can see that I have unread messages, I can see all my folders, but I cannot access my inbox. I received the "The server is not responding, please try after sometime" error. Has anyone (hello Yahoo - even you) found a solution to this??
Re: The server is not responding, please try after...
It is not a definitive solution but you can read your messages and open your folders, etc.
When you are inside Yahoo e-mail, you can open your mailbox or another folder just clicking the mouse's right key and it opens a window with some different options. You can choose "Open" and your mailbox will be opened.
You can do the same in each mail message to look its content at.
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You will need to check your outgoing smtp settings in yahoo. Below is the information to set this up. 1) Yahoo! Mail Settings (if allowed)
Yahoo Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.mail.yahoo.com (port 110) Yahoo Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - smtp.mail.yahoo.com (port 25)
2) Yahoo! Mail Plus email server settings Yahoo Plus Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 995) Yahoo Plus Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 465, use authentication)
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Try changing to a lower screen resolution size first. For some people, this works and forces Yahoo to ask you if you want to revert back to Mail Classic. This fix does not work for everyone though, but do try it.
If this doesn't work, go to the help pages and contact Yahoo through there. I've previously sent people instructions on how to contact Yahoo to restore Mail Classic, but I've found out recently that Yahoo is extremely slow in responding through that avenue, sometimes they don't even respond.
Yahoo requires written authorization to restore your Mail Classic, so when you do contact them, you need to tell them that you do want it restored.
They also want feedback, they want to know why you're wanting to change back so they can better improve the new version.
The new version is full of bugs, I've responded to hundreds of people wanting to change back.
there could be a bunch of reasons why the message was not received.
- the email server that received the message has not yet forwarded the email to the recipient. - if the there is an error in sending email from your email to email server of the recipient you should be able to receive a confirmation that there was an error. - the recipient might not properly configure the their email client - you've sent the email to a different address - your email server has not yet forwarded the email to the email server of the recipient
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
USA: 1-866-562-7219 --- 1-800-318-0631
UK 020 7131 1000
Canada: 1-877-722 3755
Direct Number: 1-408-349-1572
First step is try reseting the network settings. You can do this by going to settings/general/reset and reset network settings.
This will drop you off the network and reset your phone. Bringing your phone back up with current network settings.
Try sending mail. If this doesn't work, try changing your outgoing mail server.
Go into settings/mail, contacts, and calendars/(your yahoo account)/Outgoing mail server.
This will bring you to a list of mail servers, your primary server being the yahoo server with the AT&T smtp server under other.
Click on your primary yahoo server and switch this server to off. click the blue smtp arrow on the very top left. This will bring you back to the server list. go to the AT&T smtp server and turn this server on.
Go ahead and exit out either by the arrow or the home button.
Access your yahoo account see if you can send mail.
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.