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I can receive emails but not send them.

I have an iMac, windows 95, I tried to set up an account for mail and it wouldn't send the emails, so I set up an accoun on line with wapda.com. I receive emails but I can't send them. What do I do?

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  • Mytoy1 Feb 17, 2009

    Unable to send email with Outlook Express. Can send and receive using the comcast program, but I prefer Outlook.

    I want to blame it on my Motorola SBG900.

  • Amit  Kadam
    Amit Kadam May 11, 2010

    Firstly are you using the email client(macmail/outlook) to send and receive the emails? If yes than you need to configure the email account settings. Secondly if you are the webmail(wapda) directly there shouldnot be any such issues unless you have a anitivirus/firewall on your computer which has a email security enabled. however if you provide the above info, we can look around for the solution on the same.

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If you can get inside hence to your account like I did when I registered click on compose and send a message to yourself to test it. your username @wapda.come and send. if it goes good and all you will recieve a message form your self if it dont then you need help from Wapda,com?.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

  • Peter Hirawani
    Peter Hirawani Sep 10, 2007

    Just a reminder I was talking about a direct log in from Wapda.com not Outlook express.

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