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Ican receive emails but when trying to send emails I get the error response.

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Open your email click tools up top then accounts the click on your account and click properties make sure were it says outgoing it says smtp + whatever it says on incoming without the pop
e.g. incoming - pop.tds.net
outgoing - smtp.tds.net
if this doesnt work go to your service provider site it should say on there something about fixing your email settings or connection

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