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Re: unable to connect to internet or e mails
OK for now I would "Roll Back" ya update... OR use system restore.... See if'n it come right if so then Google and see if there are any problems with XP SP3 & EEE PC (I have one and simply LOVE it)... If not.. then maybe ya have a hardware problem co-incidentally.. as a last resort put the linux system on it and test that way? Service packs can be a bear for sure... I would suspect a driver issue or the like but with service packs ya just never know... GL
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How do you access your Yahoo Mail, is it via the web browser or is it setup in an e-mail client like Outlook?
If you're accessing your e-mail via the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome), then you may want to try to access your e-mail in a public computer, to see if the problem has something to do with the security of the ISP (internet service provider). Or you may need to give them a call just to verify.
If you're e-mail is setup in an e-mail client (Outlook 2003, 2007), just change the Outgoing server (SMTP) port. By default, e-mail clients are using port 25. You may change it to 2525, 587, or 465. Try it and I hope it helps.
Like what they've asked if you are using an email client like Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, Windows Mail etc. If you are not using any mail client I presume you are using an internet browser. Are you using Internet explorer 6, 7 or 8? or you are using Firefox? I'll just mention the mostly used browser.
You can try these steps I provided if you are using any of the browser I provided below. Note: This will remove all the things stored in your web browser.
Try to check the mail using a browser(internet explorer). check whether that domain is under blocked list or not. Click on mail options and go to blocked domain list. check in your mails as well as your sister's mail.
You can also check the blocked list in outlook :
click tools menu -> select options -> preferences tab ->click junk mail button-> click blocked senders tab -> check for any domains listed there.
you need to install a new account on your outlook or windows mail, turn it to default account, make outlook your default mail client and voila. everytime a program needs to initiate an e-mail message it will use microsoft outlook which is using g-mail as the default address