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E-mail server I have been with at&t for ever then at the first of the year I had my internet connected but I never went though the process of doing the set up.When I am on a web page and I clickon their e-mail I don't have the correct server address and it comes up with an error.I need to know what server do I use?

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Without more information about you account, all I can do is point you here:

http://helpme.att.net/yoursettings2.php?current=%2Findex.php

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I cannot access my emails in my outlook account on my Toshiba CB50 Laptop it keeps saying theres a problem with my account why is this?


Solution: Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet or your network. Use a Web browser to see whether you can access Internet sites. If you are on a local network, see whether you can access intranet sites. For information about checking the status of your network connections, see Mac OS Help. Solution: Verify that Outlook is online. On the Outlook menu, make sure that Work Offline is not checked. Cause: Some POP and IMAP e-mail accounts use an outgoing mail (SMTP) server that requires authentication. Solution: Turn on SMTP authentication for the POP or IMAP account. Some e-mail services, including MobileMe mail accounts, require authentication for their SMTP server. If you verify that all your account settings are correct, but you still can't send messages, try turning on SMTP authentication. On the Tools menu, click Accounts. In the left pane of the Accounts dialog box, select the account. Under Outgoing server, click More Options. On the Authentication pop-up menu, select the authentication type, and then enter your credentials as necessary. Cause: Your ISP or network has a firewall that blocks connections to your e-mail service's outgoing mail (SMTP) server. Solution: See if your ISP or network administrator can provide an alternative SMTP server to use for your POP or IMAP account. If you have the address of an alternative SMTP server, enter it in your account settings. On the Tools menu, click Accounts. In the left pane of the Accounts dialog box, select the account. In the Outgoing server box, type the server name or address. NOTE: If you use a laptop computer in multiple locations, such as at home and at work, the SMTP server that you use in one location may not work in other locations. Each Internet connection that you use may have a firewall with its own restrictions. Cause: Your credentials or account settings are incorrect. Solution: Verify that your account user name, password, and other settings are correct in Account preferences. On the Tools menu, click Accounts. In the left pane of the Accounts dialog box, select the account. Make sure that you have entered the correct e-mail address, user name, and password. If your account still does not work properly, check with your e-mail service provider for details about how to configure your account in a mail application. Your account may require that you use special settings such as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to connect, or that you override the default port. Cause: Your network requires a proxy server to connect with the mail server. Solution: Specify a mail proxy server in your computer's System Preferences. If you use a network to connect to the Internet, you might have to specify a mail proxy server. Ask your network administrator for the correct settings for your mail proxy server. For instructions about how to enter these settings, see Mac OS Help. Cause: Your e-mail server is unavailable. Solution: Make sure that the mail server is online. If you successfully connected to the account before, the mail server might be offline. Contact your e-mail provider or network administrator to see whether the mail server is available.

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How do I fix server error 8004849


This is from Microsoft:-

If you receive Server Error: 0x80048849 and/ or 0x80048820 in Windows Live Mail at home or while you're in your regular network, it may be due to the setting of the MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) on the mail client.
If you get this synchronization error at a coffee shop, airport or a place from where you don't usually connect to the internet, we suggest synchronizing mail on your regular internet connection.
When the MTU setting on the mail client is larger than the MTU settings configured on network devices between your mail client and the mail client servers, some data packets may be lost, causing mail synchronization to fail.
Follow the steps given below to fix synchronization errors due to mismatched MTU settings:
Determine the MTU setting on your network device
Apply the MTU setting to your mail client
Determine the MTU setting on your network device
This is a trial and error process, and will be different for each user. You may have to repeat the procedure below a few times, before you can find out the MTU setting of your network device. Follow the steps below:
Open command prompt
Click Start ? Run ? Type cmd
In the Command Prompt Window, type in the following:
Ping <Mail server address> -f -l 1500
Notes:
The <Mail server address> is the IP address of the mail server that you are unable to synchronize with.
For Hotmail, 65.55.33.106 is the IP address for DeltaSync (mail.services.live.com).In this document we will be using this IP address as an example.
In the -l 1500, 1500 is the max MTU for Ethernet connections.
You may get an error like this (100% packet loss):
C:\Users\username>ping 65.55.33.106 -f -l 1500
Pinging 65.55.33.106 with 1500 bytes of data:
Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set.
Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set.
Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set.
Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set.
Ping statistics for 65.55.33.106:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss)
If you received the error above, subtract 28 from the 1500 bytes of data. In the Command Prompt Window, type in the following:
Ping <Mail server address> -f -l 1472
If you get a 0% Packet Loss with 1472, it means the MTU setting of your configured network is 1472
Note: If you continue to receive the error described in (b) above, repeat the above steps by subtracting 28 from 1472 bytes of data. Repeat these steps until you get a message for 0% packet loss. If you were able to communicate with the mail server at an MTU size of 1424, you will receive the following:
C:\Users\username>ping 65.55.33.106 -f -l 1424
Pinging 65.55.33.106 with 1424 bytes of data:
Reply from 65.55.33.106: bytes=1424 time=230ms TTL=241
Reply from 65.55.33.106: bytes=1424 time=196ms TTL=241
Reply from 65.55.33.106: bytes=1424 time=162ms TTL=241
Reply from 65.55.33.106: bytes=1424 time=163ms TTL=241
Ping statistics for 65.55.33.106:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss)
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 162ms, Maximum = 230ms, Average = 187ms
Apply the MTU setting to your mail client
Follow the steps below:
Open command prompt as administrator (you must be an admin on the computer)
Click Start ? Run ? Type cmd
In the Command Prompt Window, type in the following:
netsh int ip show int
You will receive a message similar to the following. Find the connection name that you use to connect to the internet and note the Idx value
C:\Users\Username>netsh int ip show int
Idx Met MTU State Name
--- ---------- ---------- ------------ ---------------------------
1 50 1472 connected Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1
11 20 1472 connected Local Area Connection
To apply the correct MTU setting on your mail client, type the following in command prompt:
netsh int ip set interface <Idx value> mtu= <MTU setting of your router> store=persistent
Press Enter
For example, if the correct MTU setting was 1424 and Idx value of your connection was 11, you will type:
netsh int ip set interface 11 mtu=1424 store=persistent
If (c ) was successful, you will receive the confirmation message "Ok"
Exit command prompt
Restart your computer
Open WL Mail and see if the issue persists.
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Ox8oo48849how can i fix this please


Hi! Two suggestions (different ones). Try the first one and if it does not work , proceed to the second one please:

1. Supposing you have Internet Explorer (i.e. you use Windows) please try this in your internet explorer:
Go to Tools-->Internet Options-->Connections-->LAN Settings, uncheck the Automatically Detect Settings,OK.
Advanced, Restore Advanced Settings, OK.

2. (Hopefully this will bypass the error...)
a) Open Live Mail
b) delete your existing account
c) add a new account and check "manually configure"
d) set the connection settings like this:
Incoming server name: pop3.live.com
Incoming server port: 995
Outgoing server name: smtp.live.com
Outgoing server port: 25
Requires SSL Yes
Requires outgoing authentication Yes

(source for 2.: http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/200936-how-fix-live-mail-error-id-0x80048820.html )

Hope these helped!

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Why is there a clue circle over my email icon


That means it is trying to load your email. Check your internet connection.

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My Packard bell notebook will not send emails. What can i do to fix ths problem? By the way im not good with the pc.


are you trying to send mails from another location than usual, in that case check your outgoing mail server settings, it's probably trying to use the smtp server of an internet provider you're not connected to.

fi : if you have a subscription at home with company A, and your outlook is configured to use its outgoing mail server to send mails you cannot go to another location and connect to a wireless network that is with company B and send mails because company B won't allow the use of company A's server. You have to know what the smtp server for company B is and configure that in your outlook (preferably under another profile) so you can switch locations when necessary

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Cannot connect to internet


Is the DNS server internal or on the Internet? Try setting DNS manually to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 which are free Google DNS servers and try again.

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Cannot receive any email?


So, not enough information, but I think I can guess your situation.

By not receiving, you MUST be talking about a LOCAL E-Mail CLIENT (Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Windows Mail, Incredimail).

A local clinet connects to the actual mailbox, which is on the domain server.

With all e-mail, it is possible to navigate to a location, like Hotmail, MSN, Gmail, etc. Have you navigated to that location to check for mail? This same location will have the SETTINGS needed for your local clinet.

These settings are not tough, just "French" to many. Some require authentication, some Secure socket layer (like Gmail).

FURTHER, if you are a mobile user, be aware that the OUTGOING SMTP server will not work across internet connections that you typically encounter.

Spam was the cause, but Internet Service Providers (ISPs) became saddled with responsibility for spam moving across their servers. Their response was to force all outgoing mail to go through thier filters, on their servers, to have the ability to monitor and stop spam.
One has to find out what that server is and change the outgoing server, while in that service area. Real annoying. Often a SSL port, like Gmail offers will not be allowed as you travel around.

Mike

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I am getting this error when trying to send email on Microsoft Outlook. I can receive but not send on Microsoft Outlook. I can send and receive through the mail server that I am using through Yahoo and...


Microsoft Outlook 2002 (XP) and 2003 From the Tools menu, choose E-mail Accounts. Click in the circle beside "View or change existing e-mail accounts." Click Next. Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Change. Click More Settings. From the tabs along the top, click "Outgoing Server." Check "My outgoing server requires authentication”. Also, make sure to check "Use same settings as my incoming mail server." Click OK. Click Next. Click Finish.
Microsoft Outlook Express From the Tools menu, choose Accounts. Select the "Mail" tab. Click the email account you wish to modify and then click Properties Select the "Servers" tab. Check the box next to "My Server Requires Authentication." Click the Settings button. Ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected and click OK. Click Apply on the properties dialog box to confirm your changes and to close the window. Click Close on the Internet Account dialog box to complete the settings change. Click Close.

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Some of my outgoing mail won't 'send' I just keep getting error code: 0x800CC0D I'm pretty dumb when it comes to computers. this is frustrating me.


Outlook and Outlook Express both report that error number when they can't find or connect to your mail server.
Understanding what's happening is fairly easy. Fixing requires some additional information.

I'll focus here on Outlook Express, but similar steps are appropriate for Outlook as well.
Typically you'll see an error message much like this:
oemailservererror.png Unfortunately, many people seem to fixate on the error number at the end - 0x800ccc0d. While that can be useful, and it's easy to search on, they're missing all the additional information that Outlook is providing in the error. Specifically, this:
The host 'wrongmailserver.com' could not be found.
That's a big clue as to what's going on. Your email account is configured to retrieve email from the server 'wrongmailserver.com' (a fictitious server I made up for this example), and Outlook Express cannot connect to that mail server.
Step one? Make sure you can connect to anything else on the internet - any web page will do. Error 0x800ccc0d can occur because you're not connected to the internet at all, and visiting any random web page simply verifies that your internet connection is working.
If your internet connection is not working, that has nothing to do with Outlook, Outlook Express or error 0x800ccc0d. Your mail failure is just one symptom of not being connected to the internet.
If you are connected, step 2 is to validate your Outlook Express account configuration. Specifically, if you click on the Tools menu in Outlook Express, then click on the Accounts menu item, and then in the resulting dialog box click on the Mail tab, you should see something like this:
oeaccountsdialog.png "If the Incoming Mail (POP3): setting is wrong, then error 0x800ccc0d can result." If you have more than one account, you may see multiple items in the list. Click on the one with which you are having trouble and click on Properties. In the resulting dialog box, click on the Servers tab and you should see something like this:
oeaccountproperties.png Note the arrows pointing at the two instances of the mail servers you would be using: one for POP3 (incoming email) and one for SMTP (outgoing email).
If the Incoming Mail (POP3): setting is wrong, then error 0x800ccc0d can result. In fact, the error message you got originally, "The host 'wrongmailserver.com' could not be found." is telling you that the mail server specified here could not be contacted.
So, what do you do?
I can't tell you what this setting should be, because it varies from ISP to ISP. What I use is different from what you use. So, you'll need to double check the information you were given from your ISP to see what they said your mail server name should be. Make sure you've entered that exactly. In fact, it probably makes sense to double check your entire configuration while you're here.
It's also possible that your mail server may simply be down - the ISP could be having trouble, for example, or the ISP could have changed mail servers. You'll need to contact your ISP to determine if this is the case, and whether or not they have an alternative mail server you can use, or how long you might need to wait for things to be fixed.

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Sending mail from outlook express via a Reliance ZTE CDMAIX mobile


Check that your outgoing port is 578 or 25 in advance settings.

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