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if you can get emails and cannot send one it means that the outgoing SMTP numbers that you put in in your Outlook is incorrect. The best way to resolve this is to ask U-verse for the right SMTP URL for that is the one that is keeping you to send an email.
CHECK YOUR FIREWALL SETTINGS AND IF YOU USE NORTON OR OTHER ANTIVIRUS YOU NEED TO UNCHECK THE FIREWALL OPTION TO OFF ..... LET MICROSOFT RUN THE FIREWALL . THEN RUN VISTAS FIX FOR INTERNET CONNECTION .
You'll need to purchase a wireless router first.. Your DSL( phone) line will plug into that ( make sure you tell the sales person what you are trying to do and who your internet provider is" verizon") and they should be able to assist you in selecting the right router. Once you have a wireless router operational, follow the directions that came with your laptop as well as the router for setting up a wireless network in your home..
Im assuming you are on DSL and don't have to use the password you signed on with. Go to your servers page and sign in with you ID and click on lost password. I would think you can do this I can do it with Verizon. Good luck
I'm guessing that you computer is configured for a dail-up connection when you want to establish a dsl/cable connection?
Try to configure your email program, (Outlook Express?), with comcast, their is usually information your provider must give to you to set up your email.
If you haven't any internet connection through comcast at all, try going to Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections > Network Set-Up Wizard, then follow the on-screen instructions, selecting that you have a connection that is on at all times.
I think the problem is from your sender. Is the message sent from a personnel email address or from a corporate address? I asked because where I worked, we could make rules to send messages and sometimes those rules were causing that type of problem.
OK Win98 doesn't play well with USB, when Win98 came out USB was very new, and NOT supported properly untill Win98SE... and even then it is a pain and real problematical. I would suggest you get a Ethernet connected DSL modem.. Else ya gonna have no end of problems regardless of what ya do including "Flashing" I think that model PC has Ethernet built in? otherwise get a PCI Ethernet Card and use that instead of USB.. ya be good to go. I would also upgrade if possible to Win98SE PLUS install ALL Updates there are still Win98 suport on the net, simply Google for it.. good Luck.