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Reply JeffMa Staff 11,186 Points 2014-07-10 2:53 pm From the information provided, it appears that you are trying to authenticate as a user that does not exist. Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project b.) do everything said above, and finally, c.) be patient. My old iMac 5,1 (8 YEARS OLD) worked far better and my processor was faster than the lowest priced iMac today! http://sauvblog.com/cannot-send/cannot-send-message-using-the-server-smtp-comcast-net.html

Reply Patsy Sweetra says: August 18, 2008 at 12:55 pm Guess what folks? Reply Wayne says: April 23, 2016 at 8:40 am Thanks! If "Use With" has "Notes" checked, or anything else which does not need to coordinate with Mail, uncheck it. Reply Bob says: December 6, 2014 at 5:26 pm I tried option 1 another time and it worked. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1235103?start=0&tstart=0

You want to know if Thunderbird will help keep the emails from being garbled. Everyone keeps telling me it's not an issue on their end but still I don't have emails. Verify that your outgoing email is not being blocked Verify that your outgoing email is not being blocked by your firewall, antivirus software or your Internet Service Provider: Try briefly turning For the advanced user, we've included directions below to test port 25 blocking via the command line.

If anybody has anything to suggest, I'm all ears. My problem is I have multiple email addresses for different projects/clients/partners, and port 587 doesn't work for any of them. Click Advanced tab and change your Outgoing Server to 587 Click OK and then click Test Account Settings and you’ll be fine. The good news is that this problem can usually be fixed by adjusting your email program's settings.

The error that the other server returned was: 553 sorry, your envelope sender is in my badmailfrom list (#5.7.1). How to solve it If you're already familiar with how to adjust the settings in your email program, then here are the most likely solutions in a nutshell:Try a different SMTP No, create an account now. http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/mac-mail-cant-send-mail-only-retrieves.601991/ So no go on my end.

What are Cox's sending limits? The first "tech" put me on endless hold until I hung up (and I was still being nice then!). can you help me??? Strangely, it took this sequence: uncheck outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication, change port to 587, then check outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication, then click use same settings as my incoming mail

I that’s the case, you do NOT want to check: “Confirm that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected.” Instead, configure the smtp account separately. http://macmost.com/forum-mail-cannot-send-message-using-server.html I said well I changed from Google Chrome to Internet Explorer is that a problem? Reply Theresa Kasper says: January 12, 2009 at 9:25 am Comcast hosts our website & we have 4 emails with that domain name. Servers are mail.comcast.net for incoming and smtp.comcast.net for outgoing, so no change there.

Reply Olivier @Station says: April 13, 2015 at 1:12 pm Thank you for the great tip ! http://sauvblog.com/cannot-send/cannot-send-message-using-the-server-smtp-mac-com.html In order to try to fix this problem, you need to:Find out what settings your SMTP server supports.Find out what SMTP settings your email program can handle.Adjust your email program's SMTP I just helped out a friend in Denver. Doug Reply lroden says: May 6, 2009 at 9:22 am In case helpful to those in SF Bay area: Comcast stopped sending all our outgoing email this morning, thanks to the

I made a copy and moved it to my desktop and now neither of those folders have my email acc data in them. So listen i heard that this site hold the answer to so many email problems many are having problems with & are also looking for solutions to help solve the problem So if there's anything you can tell me & show me through any idea or details you can explain & send me will be help full . this content Wanted to send me to Xfinity Tier Two where FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, they could solve my problem.

The most common SMTP ports that don't use SSL are 25 and 587; some companies use 26, others use 2525. Any help? The error that the other server returned was: 553 sorry, your envelope sender is in my badmailfrom list (#5.7.1).

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Let us know in the comments. it's me again . It is SO frustrating! Comcast instructs you to use port 587, but I noticed if I set it to port 25, mail will send maybe half of the time...

This is usually in the support section of their website; searching for "mail settings" or "SMTP" will usually find it. Under the Advanced tab, use 110 for the incoming box and 587 for the outgoing box. I am ANGRY about the amount of time I have had to waste with this issue. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-send/cannot-send-message-using-the-server-smtp-me-com.html Close the SMTP Server List by clicking "OK." 7.

Reply david says: December 8, 2014 at 1:57 am i used your solutions on a company account that has been unable to send email since the upgrade to Yosemite. Are you now using Port 465 with SSL ON, this server requires authentication ON now? I don't believe it is related to Yosemite or iOS 8 but a change Google made a few months back. 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.

I use comcast. Upgrade to 2007 and then after that you can upgrade to 2008. Then I would have to change it to 2525, but then it would also never have worked through port 25 at all! Anyone else have an issue like this?

The rejected e-mail address was ''. DSL or sattelite are out of the question, so I'm royally stuck, and I'm terminally frustrated. Before that it was not an issue. Under "Advanced" un-check "Automatically detect and maintain account settings. 7.

In my google account 40 peoples are there. Open the app "Keychain Access" 2. If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below. Very disappointed in Yosemite :( I had hoped by waiting a few months the bigger bugs would be fixed but apparently not.

Spent 2-1/2 hrs. Now they are targeting the Harrisburg, PA area as of last Saturday, August 16th! Sure wish Apple would improve on it's Q&A. For instance, in my example about timing above, it could be that her client accesses mail at different times and intervals, or her server doesn't have a limit like yours.

If you like what you've seen here, would you please share this? 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 I use another service in Outlook for incoming POP3 mail. Click the Mail tab.