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Re: sending email messages
This doesnt make sense as you wouldn't be able to send or receive.
If you ave an antivirus programme check it's not scanning your message then putting it in the outbox.
If you have changed your service provider recently but kept your old e mail address then the smtp settings are incorrect in your email send settings and may also require server authentication, although your pop3 receiving account may not need to change.
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i doubt the router has anything to do with the problem. most likely culprit is a pop server (handles incomming email). check with your email provider to see if they changed servers...
have you made any changes to your router or firewall? i guess it could be a port that got closed that your email was using
eh, here is a usefull website shows server names and ports used http://www.arclab.com/products/amlc/list-of-smtp-and-pop3-servers-mailserver-list.html
What error message do you get when trying to send email?
If you are using your PC on another ISP's wireless connection you will need to change your outgoing mail server from Bellsouth to whatever ISP you are on in order to send through their server.
If Norton is intervening, it's most likely to be the anti-spam package that's doing it - make sure you don't have it installed, and if you do, try disabling it, if that doesn't work, try uninstalling it.
That should do the job.