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Unable to send emails but able to surf internet.

I use yahoo mail plus which allows me to forward my email to Outlook. I just got home from a long trip and my wife set up a wireless network. Everything seems to be working other than me sending email while using Outlook. I can receive email with no problems and if i use the web based yahoo mail it works fine both ways. To add to this my wife and i are now unable to access the D Link. She lost the disc. Guess i lost all my networking skills on the plane ride. The model of D Link is DIR-625 and i am using Vista om my laptop. Is this a network issue or Outlook issue?

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You have to set up where outlook is sending the mail IE: pop3, or stmp @ whatever your internet provider is

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I hope this helps.
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