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i doubt the router has anything to do with the problem. most likely culprit is a pop server (handles incomming email). check with your email provider to see if they changed servers...
have you made any changes to your router or firewall? i guess it could be a port that got closed that your email was using
eh, here is a usefull website shows server names and ports used http://www.arclab.com/products/amlc/list-of-smtp-and-pop3-servers-mailserver-list.html
Send problems. There are several common causes of problems with sending email:
If you appear to be able to send email but it never arrives, it may be
in a queue. Some applications put email in a queue when you send it,
and the user has to manually send all queued mail to actually transmit
it. Check your File and Edit menus for any queues, and also check the
status of the email in the Out mailbox to see if it was actually sent
-- if not, send it again.
Send on check. This is
a common problem -- many email servers are configured to use the
password authentication involved with checking mail to allow the
sending of mail, and therefore require clients to check for mail at the
same time or just before sending mail. If you get an intermittent error
message and can send at some times and not others, make sure the option
"send on check" is enabled in your email settings. As a temporary fix,
you can often solve the problem by manually checking for mail shortly
(a few seconds or minutes) before sending mail. This problem can also
produce the message "relaying not allowed" described below, for much
the same reason.
Relaying not allowed. Many Internet access providers require clients
within their network to use their own servers for sending mail, as a policy
intended to cut down on email spammers sending spam through other provider's
servers. If you have more than one email address and can download mail without
problems from a POP account
with a different domain name than
is used by your Internet access provider, but get the error "Relaying
not allowed" when
you try to send, then you probably need to set the outgoing SMTP server
address to the mail server of your Internet service provider, instead
of your email provider. Search your Internet network provider's home
page or call technical assistance to obtain the address of their SMTP
server, and enter it in your email client settings (first copy and save
your existing server setting in case you need to set it back). This error
message can also be produced by the "send on check" issue described
in the bullet above.
Server down. If you can do a successful connection check,
and the above suggestions don't help, and a recipient continues to say
that email sent from you does not arrive, and you are certain their
address is spelled correctly, then one of the email servers between you
and your destination is likely down. Blocked email is typically cached
and sent when the missing server comes back up, usually within a few
hours or days. If the problem persists and you can successfully send to
other email addresses, then the email provider of your recipient is
likely having a problem -- you should contact them by phone and ask
them if they are getting email from anyone else, request they send an
email to you, and if necessary suggest they do a connection check from
their end to help diagnose the problem.
Probably a simple solution, most email will update automatically when connected, but will not send unless told to. Just click options and send/recieve if it's saying it's sending them but not actually sending them.
Most of the email service providers, dont allow you to send email(they give this as a paid service). You can configure your SMTP settings on your email account properties with the SMTP server details given to you by your email service provider in order to send emails, Contact your email service provider for the SMTP server details.
because you have a third party email account you will have to go into the email accounts and in options look for my outgoing server requires authentication and tick the box.
You may also need autorization from bt as they may not allow the incoming emails.
also check that any antivirus programmes arent stopping the outgoing mail and putting them in the outbox.