Question about Computers & Internet
Probably POP/IMAP settings wrong, call your service provider and ask for sending and recieving adress... it would be like this: pop.xxx.com , mail.xxx.com, where x means internet provider in your country you are using
Posted on Dec 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
just log in, check the box that you forgot your password.They will ask you what a question then you will answer.The answer is your secret answer.k?so you can have your new password.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
You need to click on settings and click on forwarding and select Forward a copy of incoming mail to put in the email address you want to forward it to. This will resolve your issue.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
You must allow your router access to send out mail. other wise it will keep the messages you send in the outbox. go to your router setup or type your router ip address in the internet browser and manually enable the port 465 you may have to goto applications and games tab if you have a linksys router. Also enable ports 80 for internet,25 for simplemail transport protocol (SMTP),110(e-mail),443secure (bank account information) this will allow the router the proper ablity to send and recieve e-mails.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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