Question about Computers & Internet
Make sure your SMTP (outgoing) server is set properly.
Are you on your own connection - or using a retail WiFi one?
Normally most WiFi servers reject outgoing mail.
You can GET mail - just not send any.
SMTP is blocked.
Pop3 (incoming) is allowed.
To check that the SMTP is set properly -
Open O/E, and navigate to the following screen....
Tools > Accounts > (Highlight the eMail account you are trying to send from).
Then click Properties
Click SERVERS tab.
It should say...
Outgoing Mail (SMTP): __________________________
In the blank it should say something like: SMTP.ntworld.com
(check with your service provider for the correct SMTP setting)
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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