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It seems like you are using one of the mail client, like outlook express, MS Outlook, Mac Mail etc.
If that is correct, kindly check the Incoming and outgoing Server ports setup on your email client and replace the same with the correct one, in case you want can find the list of most common email domains server address in below mentioned link.
Please check your outgoing server's settings in Outlook:
It should be "smtp.mail.yahoo.com" Check the box "the server requires authentication" Under "Outgoing mail Server (SMTP)", check the box next to "This server requires a secure connection (SSL). Enter port number "465" in the "Outgoing mail (SMTP)" field. Hope that helps
Which is ur e-mail client i.e. r u using outlook express or windows mail or windows live mail in order to send & receive emails from ur e-mail Id????
If yes then i think u might not have set the correct address of the SMTP server of ur mail client while configuring windows mail or outlook express or windows live mail on ur notebook-->SMTP server enables u to send e-mails-->anyways follow these steps to set the correct SMTP server address:
open the outlook express or windows mail or windows live mail-->Click on 'tools' option-->then click on the option 'accounts'-->a window will open with a list of accounts or only one account depending on the number of accounts u have configured with outlook express-->select the account from which u can receive mail but cant send one-->if u r not sure which account it is then most likely it would be the default one-->After selecting the particular account click on 'properties'-->properties window will open up-->select the 'servers' tab-->under 'server information' u will find 'outgoing mail(SMTP)'-->fill the proper address of the SMTP-->u will find the proper address of the SMTP server thru google also ensure that u have selected the 'My server requires authentication' checkbox on the 'servers' tab itself-->if u r using gmail then search for the SMTP address of gmail in google & same for the others also such as yahoo, rediff etc.
Outlook Express needs you to have an email account with your ISP, and your ISP should provide you with the setup items like Mail Servers. Once this isw done, you will have complete access to your email.
As an example, my ISP is Comcast and my mail servers are
mail.comcast.net to receive, and
smtp.comcast.net to send.
Your ISP will have their own servers, of course.
You will need to log in to these servers, using logins and passwords provided by your ISP. Outlook Express manages this as well.
You need to know the POP3 (Incoming mail) & SMTP(outgoing mail) server names.Your service provider can tell you these. When you are in Outlook From the menu- go to Tools Email Accounts Email Add a new Mail account Server Type POP3 Type in the server name Server Type SMTP Type in the server name Your Name, Email Address given by your service provider Log In User Name and Password Save all these info. Close and restart the Outlook. If this helped you, please give a rating. luciana44
Setting up Outlook Express, you need to know from your Internet Provider (ISP) or who host your email (e.g yahoo or hotmail) for the Incoming Mail Server(POP) and Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). This needs to be configured in Outlook Express before you to can check and receive your emails.