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EMAIL SENDING PROBLEM

I CAN RECEIVE EMAILS BUT CANNOT SEND..

MY SERVER SAYS IT IS A ROUTER PROBLEM AND CALL LINKSYS..

TKS

BARRY

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  • STUDEE64 Mar 10, 2008

    I was impressed by how quickly I had an offer to fix the problem..and my thanks to IB42008.



    The problem turned out to be an incorrect server outbound STMP address and not the router as suggested by the service provider.



    I just set up a new pc with Vista, and will probably need some help in the future...



    Thanks again



    Barry

  • lml630 May 11, 2010

    This is a Vista computer

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Hmmm..that's primarily due to the settings on your email. send me a note, and perhaps we can solve this with a shared screen service session?

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