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I cannot access certain web pages or my e mail because my ssl protcol is disabled, how can i fix it?

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Hi, You can enable the ssl by going to Internet options . Go to Control panel > then open Internet options > click on advanced tab > scroll down until you see SSL > put a check in SSL 2 and SSL 3 also inclde TSL 1 then > click apply then close. close any opened Internet Explorer and open it again and try to log on to the internet again. Now you can navigate to the internet.
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From time to time I will get an odd error when setting up scanning to email on a Sharp copier that says:

(SMTP-SSL) Port is disabled. Consult your system admin.

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I'll admit, this error had me puzzled the first few times I saw it, and I thought the problem was within the router, not in the Sharp printer. The first time I saw the error I worked around it and used an SMTP server that didn't require SSL. Since those servers are becoming more and more difficult to find lately, I decided to figure out why this error was being generated by my copiers. The solution was simpler that I originally thought it would be. It was in an area of the web interface that we technicians don't normally fumble around in, the security settings.

The Solution

If you're getting the "(SMTP-SSL)Port is disabled. Consult your system admin." error, here is the quick fix. Before we get started you'll need to know the Sharp copier's IP address. I'll assume you already know how to get into the web GUI if you're setting up scan to email, but if you don't know the IP address of the copier you can print a NIC page with this information on it.
Here is a YouTube video(with my monotone voice-over) on how to run through the procedure described below:


1. From the Sharp's IP accessed web interface first login as an administrator by clicking Login at the top right corner. The default administrator password is "admin" by default.

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2. Next, click Security Settings at the bottom of the left menu, then click Port Control underneath Security Settings.

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3. Scroll down on the Port Control page to find the Client Port area, then look for the SMTP-SSL option, enable it, then click submit at the bottom of the page.

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At this point you should be able to scan to email with an SMTP server that requires SSL. I'm not sure why this port setting is disabled from time to time, but at least it's a quick fix.

To verify your connection to the SMTP server click Network Settings on the left menu.
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Scroll down to the SMTP section, and click Execute on the connection test. A popup will ask if you want to run the test with the displayed DNS servers, say OK, then you should have your successful reply.
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In conclusion, this is a rare issue, but has a simple solution. If you'd like to lease a copier in Houston just request a quote or contact me. I'll get you fixed up quickly and I'll match or beat any price you've been given on a Sharp copier.

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Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: pop3.mail.yahoo.com (Use SSL, port: 995)

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Account Name/Login Name: Your Yahoo! Mail ID (your email address without the "@yahoo.com")

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If you have Yahoo! Mail Plus (a paid upgrade), you can access those messages directly from a standard email program (such as Outlook, Windows Live Mail, etc.). You need to configure the account settings in your email program for the Yahoo service.

The settings for incoming mail are:
Incoming (POP) server: plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com
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For more on Yahoo server settings, see this Yahoo help page:
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Do you want to use Outlook Express to access your yahoo mail? It is Web based so you can access it online.

If you want to use Outlook Express then you need to enter the following details for standard Yahoo Mail::

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Since you have not signed up for Yahoo Mail Plus, they do not allow you to use another program to access your mail. They want you to use their WebMail Page so that they can serve you ads to pay for their service. They have an excellent Email Web Page, so it's a small price to pay.

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