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This can happen if the server is trying to recieve to manny meaagas at once. When was your e-mail last checked?

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People send messages from their computer to their ISP's mail-server -- compare to dropping an addressed letter into a US Postal Service mailbox.
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Then, your computer tries to "pull" the message from your ISP's mail-server onto your computer. Hopefully, this works.

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  6. In the Email Address and the reply address box , type your in.com mail address (be sure to include @in.com) and click Next.
  7. Under My incoming mail server is a... select POP3.
  8. Type POP.mail.in.com in the Incoming Mail (POP3, IMAP4, or HTTP) Server box.
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  10. In the Account Name box, type your in.com Mail ID (your email address without the @in.com).
  11. In the Password box, type your in.com mail password.
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Important: Most SMTP servers require authentication. To turn this setting on:
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Emal


oh yes....
Click on tools at the top once you open your outlook express, go to accounts or email accounts.
click on Add at the right top > Add Mail. follow the wizard..... and choose the following settings.

For those customers having an Email: xxxx@magma.ca

Email Client: Outlook Express or Outlook or Vista mail

My Incoming Mail server is a "POP3" SERVER.
Incoming mail server: mail.magma.ca
Outgoing mail server: mail.magma.ca

- Do not check --> log on using secure password authentication.
- Check --> my server requires authentication.
- Check --> use same settings as my incoming mail server.

Server Port Numbers:
Outgoing Port: 25
Incoming Port: 110

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You can then try to geolocate that server address. That's not 100% reliable, but it should at least tell you if the address is inside or outside the UK.

Look at the Internet Headers for the message (Right-click message and select "Options")

Look for "Received: from" lines. These come in reverse order. So the first one you see should identify your own mail server. The last one should identify the originating mail server (there may be several intermediate servers, depending on the route the message took. It would look something like this:

"Received: from somecompany.co.uk (mail.somecompany.co.uk [143.166.148.223])"

Take that IP address and go to a geolocating service, like geody.com. Paste the address into the Geolocate box and hit submit. It will give you a location for that IP address based on DNS records.

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The default name server due to interaction with the router?s NAT firewall feature cannot resolve simple names such as ?mail?. There is a workaround for this: First, verify that the mail client is set up with simple server names. To view the server names entered into Outlook Express, click on "Tools", "Accounts". Highlight the mail account and click on "Properties". Click on the "Servers" tab. Under "Server Information", there are two fields called "Incoming mail" and "Outgoing mail". If these are simple names like "Mail" and not something like "pop.myisp.mail.com" then use this work around. Second, make sure that the TCP/IP settings are configured to obtain an IP address automatically. In Windows 2000 also make sure that the TCP/IP settings are also configured for Obtain DNS server address automatically. Replace the mail server names with the mail server IP addresses. There are a couple ways this information can be obtained. Contacting the ISP and asking is one possible way. The other way is to reconnect the original computer to the modem. Make sure the computer is restarted or that the IP configuration is released and renewed and that the computer has obtained an IP address from the ISP. Open a "COMMAND" window by typing "CMD" in the run dialog box located in the "Start" menu. At the command prompt, type "PING MAIL" where "mail" is the simple name of the incoming mail server. The ISP server will return an IP address for the mail server. Record this address. Do the same for the outgoing mail server (if different): type "PING MAIL" where "mail" is the simple name of the outgoing mail server. Open the mail client (Outlook Express, etc.). For Outlook Express, click on "Tools", "Accounts". Highlight the mail account and click on "Properties". Click on the "Servers" tab. Under "Server Information", there are two fields called "Incoming mail" and "Outgoing mail". Enter the incoming and outgoing mail server IP addresses into these fields. Click "Apply". Close the window and test the mail by sending an e-mail to the mailbox. (Send an E-mail to yourself. This will test the incoming and outgoing mail all at once)

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The default name server due to interaction with the NAT firewall feature of the router cannot resolve simple names such as ?mail?. There is a workaround for this: First, verify that the mail client is set up with simple server names. To view the server names entered into Outlook Express, click on "Tools", "Accounts". Highlight the mail account and click on "Properties". Click on the "Servers" tab. Under "Server Information", there are two fields called "Incoming mail" and "Outgoing mail". If these are simple names like "Mail" and not something like "pop.myisp.mail.com" then use this work around. Second, make sure that the TCP/IP settings are configured to obtain an IP address automatically. In Windows 2000 also make sure that the TCP/IP settings are also configured for Obtain DNS server address automatically. Replace the mail server names with the mail server IP addresses. There are a couple ways this information can be obtained. Contacting the ISP and asking is one possible way. The other way is to reconnect the original computer to the modem. Make sure the computer is restarted or that the IP configuration is released and renewed and that the computer has obtained an IP address from the ISP. Open a "COMMAND" window by typing "CMD" in the run dialog box located in the "Start" menu. At the command prompt, type "PING MAIL" where "mail" is the simple name of the incoming mail server. The ISP server will return an IP address for the mail server. Record this address. Do the same for the outgoing mail server (if different): type "PING MAIL" where "mail" is the simple name of the outgoing mail server. Open the mail client (Outlook Express, etc.). For Outlook Express, click on "Tools", "Accounts". Highlight the mail account and click on "Properties". Click on the "Servers" tab. Under "Server Information", there are two fields called "Incoming mail" and "Outgoing mail". Enter the incoming and outgoing mail server IP addresses into these fields. Click "Apply". Close the window and test the mail by sending an e-mail to the mailbox. (Send an E-mail to yourself. This will test the incoming and outgoing mail all at once)

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