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Email Address Problems

I cannot set up an email address through the SyncThru service for a Bigpond account. I have a host name SMTP of mail.bigpond.com and Port 25 and everytime I place my login name as username@bigpond.com I get the following error message
Some Errors were reported. :
SMTP Server Login
POP Server User Name
If I take out the @bigpond.com it saves it but I have a POP3 error on the printer and the email is not sent. Does anyone know a way around this?

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2008

    same here

  • fiona_j Feb 18, 2008

    I have found the IP setting for Bigpond if any one wants it as 144.140.82.241.

  • Betty Denton
    Betty Denton Aug 11, 2014

    I have nether logged in to bigpond email as I have always used Yahoo can you tell me how to set up big pond I think I registered years ago but don't remember password

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You must enter a DNS server on the "Network Settings > TCP / IP" page. If you're unsure of it, try copying your default gateway.

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

Hello,

when I setup the SMTP server as an IP adress the e-mails are sent correctly. I looked up manually the IP adress of my SMTP server. This is only a temporary solution. In this case you naturally have to choose the IP adress option in the settings.

However when I setup the SMTP server as a hostname (ex. smtp.telenet.com) and I chose the option Host Name, it does not work.

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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You can always find answers to your Xerox questions at www.xerox.com/support .

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IMPORTANT: Obtain the following information from your e-mail service provider before configuring the machine for Scan to E-Mail.
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    NOTE: If using the domain (host) name, make sure DNS is enabled on the machine. By default, DNS is disabled. To enable and configure DNS settings, click on the Properties tab, click on the TCP/IP link under the Protocols folder, enter the required DNS settings for your network in the DNS/DDNS field, and then click on [Save Changes]. Contact your Network Administrator to obtain the correct DNS settings.
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I'm confused. Are you saying that the programmed addresses don't work, but if you manually enter an address you can send?
Was your Gmail ( or another Gmail) account formerly the account to which the machine's settings were associated?
In order to use the scan to email, whatever settings have changed in your main email account, for example: username, password, SMTP & POP servers, etc, must be changed to match.
I am prettty sure you may have some difficulty, however if your new host uses Email encryption (SSL) , because I don't think that machine is compatible, so you may have to (somehow) configure an extra email account within your Outlook, or whatever you use that does not require authentication.

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Follow the instructions below if you run into any configuration problems report back to this site and I will be notified by email.
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Scan to E-mail allows a scanned document to be distributed to one or more e-mail addresses. This feature allows e-mails to be sent from the printer directly to an SMTP mail server.

NOTE: This solution assumes Microsoft Internet Explorer is being used as the web browser. Other web browsers may vary. You may need to contact your System Administrator to perform this solution, as it requires knowledge of the network’s email system.

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NOTE: An e-mail server must be configured properly and running on the network to perform this solution. The IP Address of the e-mail server is required.
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  3. Click on [Properties]. The Properties window will be displayed.
  4. Click on [Machine Details] from the list on the left side of the window.
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  9. Click on the [+] next to the Protocol Settings folder. A list of items will be displayed.
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  11. Select the receiving protocol to be used from the Receiving Protocol pull-down menu.

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  12. Enter the IP Address of the POP3 Server in the POP3 Server Address field.

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