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I have set up 2 pop3 accounts for orange.net and my work emails, i can't set up blueyonder account which is my home one. i have all the correct settings. i have pop3.blueyonder as pop3 incoming server, outgoing server i have pop.orange.net which works for the other 2. it looks like it won't accept user name and password, which are correct. i have phoned up virgin media to confirm. what am i doing wrong. i can successfully send and receive from the other 2 accounts. this one keeps coming back with check settings message. i have put them in till i am blue in the face.
For Blue Yonder, Virgin, NTL you must only put the mailbox name in for the username.
Also, for the outgoing server do not use the blue yonder value unless you are at home. The outgoing server has to match the broadband supplier, unless you have your own website set up for email and most providers will accept this
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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