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I had been able to send emails, as of yesterday I have not been able to send out emails. says that my smtp is wrong

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SMTP - Simple Message Trasport Protocol is an address to connect to the exchage which is sendiging your message.

just check the sttings from your mail service that could be gmail, aol, etc.

search for smtp settings...

and configure the same for outlook, follow the below procedure.

http://www.hostmysite.com/support/email/outlook/

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Some times the internet service providers do subtle changes and change which port the outgoing mail is on.

Contact your isp and see what smtp port e.g. Enter port number “465” in the “Outgoing Server (SMTP) for Yahoo mail

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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Cannot send e-mail


Email Will Receive but Will Not Send b> According to the Radicati Group, a technology market research company, over 107 trillion emails were sent in 2010 -- that's roughly 294 billion emails a day. Moreover, the company estimates that there will be 3.8 billion email accounts by 2014. With so much activity, some users are sure to run into trouble when trying to send a message. If you are receiving emails but can't send them, it may be due to a number of issues, most of which you can quickly fix on your own.
SMTP Authentication b> Many email clients and providers require that your outgoing email messages are authenticated by an SMTP server prior to being sent. This authentication process adds an additional level of security and helps prevent junk mail from being sent out. If you have SMTP authentication disabled, however, your email will not be authenticated and will not be sent, even though you may still receive emails. To fix this issue, enable SMTP authentication by placing a checkmark next to the option in your email client or provider's Settings menu. b> Port 25 Blocking Port 25 is the port that is used to send email. Whenever you attempt to send an email, the email is routed through port 25 and the data is transmitted to remote email servers. If this port is blocked, you will be able to receive email but you will not be able to send it. Some Internet service providers block this port on their servers, so if you suspect that you are unable to send email because of port 25 blocking, contact your ISP and request that the port be unblocked. No Default Email Account b> If you do not have a default email account set up on your email client, and you haven't selected a specific account when composing the message, the client will not be able to deliver your email. A sent email must always be tied to an email account to protect other email users. To remedy this issue, specify a default account in the email client's Account Settings menu, or specify which account you want to send the email from when composing the message. b> Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scanner b> If you have an anti-virus or anti-spam scanner installed on your computer or as a plugin for your email client, it may be preventing your emails from being sent. This happens when the scanner times out while scanning an email for viruses or spam content, or when it detects what it believes to be a virus or spam while scanning the message. To remedy this issue, disable the anti-spam or anti-virus program, then send the message as normal.
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hi!!!!!

may be there is a problem in your ISP
so try to resend it
or try to zip your jpegs file and then sen it to email!!!

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I just switched to u-verse and have set up an e-mail account using the email adress they gave me. This uses yahoo. That is working ok. However, since I don't like getting my email that way I decided to...


if you can get emails and cannot send one it means that the outgoing SMTP numbers that you put in in your Outlook is incorrect. The best way to resolve this is to ask U-verse for the right SMTP URL for that is the one that is keeping you to send an email.

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Camot send or receive out llook exspres


SMTP Server
In the fight against unsolicited commercial email (spam), some Internet service providers require their subscribers to send mail through the ISP's own SMTP servers. If you experience problems sending email, please contact your ISP to determine if it requires different SMTP server settings. You will need to use the ISP's SMTP server in place of Yahoo!'s SMTP server when configuring your POP mail client.
The following is a partial list of ISPs that require you to use their SMTP servers. If your ISP is among them, try replacing the Yahoo! SMTP server with the ISP server in your POP mail client settings, or consult the ISP's help files. If your ISP does not appear in the list below, please contact your ISP directly for more information.

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My computer refuses to change a message in Outbox to Send, leaving me with a queue ofunsent messages. I can receive incoming clls, but not send any out returner@ntl world.com


Make sure your SMTP (outgoing) server is set properly.
Are you on your own connection - or using a retail WiFi one?

Normally most WiFi servers reject outgoing mail.
You can GET mail - just not send any.
SMTP is blocked.
Pop3 (incoming) is allowed.

To check that the SMTP is set properly -

Open O/E, and navigate to the following screen....

Tools > Accounts > (Highlight the eMail account you are trying to send from).

Then click Properties

Click SERVERS tab.

It should say...
Outgoing Mail (SMTP): __________________________

In the blank it should say something like: SMTP.ntworld.com
(check with your service provider for the correct SMTP setting)

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Pop3 server does not respond in 60 seconds


if the server is still NTL try to manualy reconfigure the settings, here are the settings you need: Protocol = POP3

Incoming Mail Server = pop.ntlworld.com

Outgoing Mail Server = smtp.ntlworld.com

hope this resolves the problem

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Using thunderbird mail program on lap top. can receive e-mail, but can not send e-mail on any public wi-fi connection. error message says can not connect to mail server on port 25.


most isp blocks port 25 for sending out mail that's the reason you cant send out mail, ask you wifi(ISP) smtp settings and you need to set it on your smtp server so you can send out mail using thier smtp as outgoing server.

OR ask you email provider about your webmail address and manually send out mail using the web interface of your email hosting.

btw have you try to change you smtp port to 587 sometimes it work.

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Cannot send pictures. message wrong smtp


check sMTP port it is used for sendiond mail and meesages.

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WHEN TAKING A STILL PICTURE ON THE WEB CAM IT ASKS IF I WANT TO SEND IT AS AN ATTACHMENT.I OK THIS IT SET UP AS AN ATTACHMENT ON MY EMAIL WHEN I GO EMAIL IT COME UP POP3 SERVER CANNOT BE FOUND


if in outlook express.... go to accounts andenter your pop3 server address, for instance if you have comcast, it would be pop.comcast.com and the smtp would be smtp.comcast.com pop stands for post office protocal it is for outgoing email and smtp is for incoming email. good luck.

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