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Reply melne says: December 2, 2008 at 9:57 pm THANK YOU SCOTT FOR THIS SITE! That wouldn't be surprising given that despite this email only coming out yesterday, they did announce on their blog (which I'd be willing to bet is very rarely read) that they Could you provide us with the specific error you are receiving? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply smoore1003, Jan 30, 2009 smoore1003 macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 30, 2009 #8 More help on sending mac mail weblink

It's got to be more than coincidence… Reply Jane Carter says: March 1, 2009 at 7:21 am I am having intermittent problems sending, replying, or forwarding mail. Any suggestions? Mail programs are using proper SMTP authentication based off the above recommendations and have full email addresses as users with corresponding passwords. Nick 8/1/12 @ 8:31 pm I have been using Mac Mail for a very long time for work too. have a peek here

I had dropped calls from the Philliunes and it was a real nightmare. I've spent about 4 hours on the phone to Apple Support and the same amount of time on the phone to support where my email is hosted and I'm getting nowhere. I had the same problem with comcast exactly one week ago and after spending 1.5 hours online with comcast tech support, the problem resolved itself. Choose the "iCloud" Keychain in the left menubar 3.

I can understand it when port 25 would be blocked by our office internet setup. Receiving is fine just sending is not working. More than likely you'll want to remove any signature or any formatting at all from your Yahoo account if that is causing the issues. Reply HMR says: October 29, 2007 at 8:10 am yes - after contacting several comcast techs, most of whom would not support outlook, one finally assigned a new password for my

Oddly enough, even though I had to make this change, the e-mail STILL appears to arrive from my work address. Thank you, -John-Paul Reply touseep n/a Points 2014-07-03 2:17 am Hello John-Paul, I got that error message but i want the solution. Sounds like they did not tell some of you that. Worked for me instantly.

That's just an example. Cursing my once loved Apple, swearing never to buy another. Any help would be greatly apprecaited, this has been an issue since last week and We would like to get this issue resolved. Reply Pat says: July 24, 2015 at 5:53 am Tip #1 did not do the job but….Tip #2 worked for me!

is that a bad thing? find more Portions of this content are ©1998–2016 by individual mozilla.org contributors. hehehe Reply V K says: October 15, 2007 at 1:07 pm I am happy to report that port 465 has fixed my sending mail problem. We tried ports 587, 465, SSL on and off.. 25 with no authentication.. 25 worked for about an hour, hence my ticket got closed.

Reply Pam says: November 14, 2014 at 8:42 am Lovely, same problem today! have a peek at these guys I am ANGRY about the amount of time I have had to waste with this issue. iMac 10.10.2 Thanks! Open Keychain Access 5.

OR, it may be that you're encoding the message (which can be done for security), and the message is not being coded on the receiving end. Reply Doug says: April 24, 2009 at 12:13 pm Judith, My guess is that your work ISP did NOT open port 587 and that is why you cannot send email. still have problem. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-send/cannot-send-message-using-the-server-smtp-comcast-net-mac-mail.html Close down any running apps for monitoring connections, such as Little Snitch and Hands Off Part 4: Re-establish an SMTP connection 1.

I was able to send 1 email, and it shut down again. Offline messages (on and off) in all accounts. Typically this is in the form of an SMTP server connection error, a mailbox that's seemingly stuck offline, a repeated request for a password from Mail app (a fairly common issue

I think this has something to do with Comcast and some anti-spam prevention method.

I was online with a Comcast tech yesterday about this when Comcast simply went down, and it was down for 24 hours. Cox currently allows up to 5 simultaneous connections per sending IP address, and up to 100 messages per connection. Click More Settings. why i am getting that probelm.

So please let me know if you have some good news along with some answers or solutions to my emailing problem okay . René 5/27/11 @ 1:59 am Fact is though that all Apple Mail users at work are having this problem where we periodically get this popup. Reply Frank says: June 17, 2008 at 8:28 am I have not read through the entire thread but I wanted to share what worked for me. this content As a loyal Mac user, I feel it my duty to classify the downhill distance this company has traveled with regards to launching new (USABLE) products as: Pathetic.

[email protected] she is a friend Yes they have checked spam it is this Gmail I use most Susie has just moved also changed her phone number sorry I am not much And all that she needed was change two email account settings (Outlook Express): - Servers > Outgoing Mail Server > check "My server requires authentication" - Advanced > Outgoing mail (SMTP): Reply judy says: December 18, 2014 at 9:55 am My male hang up in the outbox is on my DELL TABLET. Thunderbird Open Thunderbird Click the Edit menu, and choose Account Settings Click Outgoing Server (SMTP) On the right hand side click the server to modify and click Edit Tweet News /

Accounts automatically resetting the SSL setting, popping up and requesting a password or saying the cert is invalid. I even had our domain host open up port 587 on our email server. I'm still in fits over it. I never had a problem sending email ever until 1 week ago.

looking forward fo ryour help. I even got my business provider to open up Port 587. View all Forum Questions Learn More From MacMost Online Course: macOS Sierra Online Course: Mac Pages Online Course: Mac Numbers Online Course: Mac Keynote Book: The Practical Guide To Mac Security It is SO annoying having the email not working since loading Yosemite.

For instance, if you use Gmail, then you'd be connecting to Google's Gmail server to receive and send email. If you have multiple accounts configured in Mail app that are having problems, you would need to locate the account you're having trouble with in the Accounts.plist file. Since more than one platform (Yahoo, hotmail, etc) is messing up the message and all recipients on different platforms are getting garbled messages, it sounds as if it may be the Do you happen to be using port 25 to send mail?

Tried a second support person and a supervisor, as well. Reply JA says: October 28, 2014 at 4:54 pm I have a problem with Mail rules not saving in Yosemite.