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I have a imac and I cant seem to send mail by using the stamp. It says that the outgoing server is wrong. I have ymail. Can anyone help

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I think your IMAC hasn't been given the address of your ISP's POP3 mail server -
you need to get the URL (universal resource locator) (aka "web address") of your ISP's
(Internet Service Provider's) POP3 mail server, and then give that URL to ymail.
How do you get the URL of your ISP's POP3 mail server? ask the ISP (or their web site)- or it should
be in the brochure(?) that the ISP gave you when they sold you your broadband internet connection
(whether its xDSL, cable modem, or FIOS).

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Make sure you setup the outgoing smtp server correctly. look online to see what their incoming and outgoing settings should be.

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Link: POP & SMTP Email Server Addresses
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I am using a .Mac account as an example,
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