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Smtp is outbound mail.
pop3 is inbound

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I can receive but can't send mail using my POP mail client. Why? If you're able to receive but unable to send mail using your POP mail client (such as Outlook), please review the possible trouble areas below.
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In the fight against unsolicited commercial email (spam), some Internet service providers require their subscribers to send mail through the ISP's own SMTP servers. If you experience problems sending email, please contact your ISP to determine if it requires different SMTP server settings. You will need to use the ISP's SMTP server in place of Yahoo!'s SMTP server when configuring your POP mail client.
The following is a partial list of ISPs that require you to use their SMTP servers. If your ISP is among them, try replacing the Yahoo! SMTP server with the ISP server in your POP mail client settings, or consult the ISP's help files. (Learn more about configuring your client.) If your ISP does not appear in the list below, please contact your ISP directly for more information.
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If you have adjusted your SMTP server, and you're still experiencing a problem, you may need to use an alternate port. In an attempt to control spam, some Internet service providers now block port 25, which means you may need to use port 587 when sending email via Yahoo!'s SMTP server. Learn how to change ports.
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I am not able to send emails today. I use Outlook Express and although I have not changed any settings and everything has worked in the past - today I can receive but not send?


Being able to send but cannot receive means that you cannot connect to your SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) server. SMTP is used by Outlook in sending out emails.

Your outgoing mailserver is defined in your settings so to check if you can connect to its SMTP, you need to open a command prompt and type:

telnet you-mailserver-here 25

It should give you a new command prompt with a welcoming SMTP above. If it gave your a request connection failed, then most probably the smtp service is down.

Does your email has a Webmail interface? IF yes, try to send out your emails thru webmail temporarily until SMTP service port 25 is up. It is also advised that you inform your email administrator or service provider about this.

For further clarifications, please dont hesitate to ask me.

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