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Windows Mail Hi, now I am getting all my incoming emails,and can read them all.I still cannot send an email . I create mail,and send,and it goes into my outbox and stays there. A box comes up every time I do try to to send out and it says: Protocol: SMTP Sever Response: 250 X XMVP2, Port:25, Secure(SSL): Yes, Server Error 250 Error Number: 0X800CCC7D Any help is much appreciated! Thanks!!!

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Hi, this fix was on a website I found & may help..

This problem happens because your version of Outlook Express is set up to use Secure Socket Layer (SSL), which your ISP does not use.
To fix this problem, open Outlook Express, and click:
- Tools
- Accounts
- Then click on your connection and click Properties
- Then click Advanced
- On this screen remove the checks from the boxes This server requires a secure connection for both Outgoing mail (SMTP) and Incoming mail (POP3).
You may have to play with the settings a bit to suit your setup.
Rgds,

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

  • Dave117
    Dave117 Apr 30, 2008

    I think I've just managed to duplicate this problem..

    It appears as if there is a bug in Outlook where the instructions above do work, except with my dup. setup, I took the ticks in the SSL boxes out again & then booted the pc. It worked. Naturally it may depend on what version of outlook you have etc. But it's worth a try. Rgds,

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