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When I send email I keep getting a message that there was a error in a previous email that I sent

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  • Steve Frost
    Steve Frost May 11, 2010

    Hello mcneil1.

    You dont say what you are using to send your email. If you are using an on-line email (such as Yahoo, Googlemail, hotmail etc) then the only thing that comes to mind is that you have not typed in the email address right.

    For example: Someone@yahoo,com is wrong as it should be a "."(dot) not a "," (comma) but they can look very like each other depending on what font you are using in your browser.

    However, if you are using an off-line reader/email program, like Outlook Express, then the problem could be with the set-up of your pop account etc.

    Can you tell me what you are using and I should be able to help you further.

    Thank you

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Im sorry, but because you have not answered my questions above, I cannot help you further. please try and do what I said in the above posting which is:

"If you are using an on-line email (such as Yahoo, Googlemail,hotmail etc) then the only thing that comes to mind is that you havenot typed in the email address right.

For example:Someone@yahoo,com is wrong as it should be a "."(dot) not a "," (comma)but they can look very like each other depending on what font you areusing in your browser.

However, if you are using an off-linereader/email program, like Outlook Express, then the problem could bewith the set-up of your pop account etc.
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Thank you

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