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I`m in Fl. for the winter & am using outlook express for my email account. I`m on a wireless account for internet service, provided by the complex. I am receiving email but cannot send. do I have to recnfogure my outgoing mail account. If so, how can I do it. thanks, Bob ralvey220@charter.net

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It appears that you are accessing your charter account thru a different Internet Service Provider. Generally, most ISPs will allow downloads of email from 3rd party ISPs but will not permit uploads (sending email) as this is how many spammers origially sent emails without being traced and would overload email servers.

You best option is to send you email from florida using the charter webmail application at www.charter.net (Click the Email button and sing in to your account) From webmail (Which accesses Charter's Email server) you can send and receive from anywhere.

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Gather the necessary settings from your email service provider. Things you need to know include: the type of mail server used (POP3, IMAP, Exchange), the incoming server, the outgoing server, username and password and whether secure authentication is needed.


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    Select "Tools" > "Account Settings" > "Email" > "New."

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    Select "Internet Email," then "Next." Enter your full name and email address in the corresponding text fields.

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    Enter your username (typically your full email address) and password in the corresponding text fields.

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    Select "Test Account Settings." Outlook will then double-check that it can make the connection using your settings. Select "Next," then "Finish" to complete the configuration of your webmail account in Microsoft Outlook.


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    Hi,

    Check the outgoing server authentication box in Tools / Options / Accounts / Advance Settings.

    Your ISP / Email provider may require your outgoing mail / smtp to authenticate with a username and password prior to allowing the transfer of the mail.

    What version of Outlook are you using?

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