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Re: am having trouble sending and reading email
If you can get on the net, but can not get emails i would suggest you delete the accounts in your email software and set them up again ,as they can get corrupted,
this would also apply if you are using a dial up account and can't get connected, for the same reason.
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There are many many reasons for not to be able to send email.
In order to narrow down cause of problem, you need to provide more info (or organize info for yourself to do trouble shoot).
If it's web mail (hotmail, gmail,yahoo mail etc) or POP mail (Internet provider's email, company mail or even your own domain's mail etc)
also depend on which mailer (mailing program) you are using (MS outlook, Windows Live mail, or access from browser etc)
Sometimes, problem is not your side but server side, if so there is nothing you can do.
If you can give us more detail, someone (include me) can help.
don't give us your mail account info, but what kind of email (web or POP), what program you are using (how do you read and send email).
is there any error message returned or it was sent but never reached to destination ?
Base on your question, am I correct? you can send email and receive emails from your Iphone, no problem at all. That mean your Iphone doesnt' have any problem with email.
Elsewhere, such as you use web-base email, you log on email from website and you couldn't send emails from the website??? Is that right? Or you have a email client software, such as: outlook, thunderbird, .. and you can't send email from that.
In my opinion, if you can send and receive emails from Iphone then the email server is ok, your Iphone is working well with email. Problem is the elsewhere you use to send and receive emails, maybe the setting of email client software, maybe the compatible of web browser. If you could, you try the setting, make sure the ports is correct.
Hope this will help. Keep posting your question. I will follow up. Thanks for reading.
One of the easiest ways to do this is to copy and paste the web address in the body of the email, or you could select SHIFT+A to copy the information and SHIFT+V to paste it in the body of the email and then send it. You can also select file, save as, and then select the place where you want to save it (desktop, downloads, c documents etc..) and then select attach file in the email and select the desired location where you stored the file, select the file to send and then you can send the email. One thing to remember is that if you are saving a word document that you save it in .doc format so that the other person can open it and read it. If you do not do this, then they will be able to open it, but will not be able to read it. I hope that this information was helpful.
I can't say if you should change your email account or not, I had my problem with them indirectly. The "send error report" is from Microsoft and is part of the operating system. If you say yes it will send Microsoft information about the program that's having trouble and your operating system.
Depending on if your using "web mail" or "client mail" will determine which program is giving you trouble. If you download your email with a program like "Outlook Express" then you have client mail, if you log onto a web page to get your mail then it's webmail. If you use web mail the problem is probably with Internet Exployer and you'll need to reinstall it and or upgrade it. If you use client mail the problem is most likely with your email program which is usually Outlook Express, again you'll need to reinstall and/or upgrade the program.