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Relay access errors using Microsoft Outlook 2002. Checked setting and the server req. athentication has been checked. Number following error is 554 5.7.1

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Hello and thank you for using Fixya's services.

Please check your firewall settings to prevent the error message. You will need to open your anti-virus (if a paid subscription) and allow outlook the access.

Also, some email host have a limit on how many times a day outlook can "relay" or retrieve messages. I believe the default is set to 250 a day. I am not sure if you are exceeding this amount but you can log into your email account and check.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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Hello and thank you for using Fixya's services.

I have seen around ten questions just like yours today. What email service are you using? This sounds like a problem with the server on the emaill side. It should go back to norm in a few days if not sooner.

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