On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 00:01:02 -0700, OldRufie wrote:
> Since joining this discussion a few days ago - I have been invaded by
> spyware, adware, a trojan...worm (or whatever). With some determination I
> managed to rid myself of "the beast." Now I received the following error when
> trying to send email thru my Live account connected to 'gmail' & 'comcast'
> that have worked for the past 6 months...
> Server: 'smtp.gmail.com'
> Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC0E
> Protocol: SMTP
> Port: 25
> Secure(SSL): Yes
> Socket Error: 10060
> Any suggestions?
For Gmail, use port 465 with SSL. This has always been required for Gmail
For Comcast, if you had a viral infection, your computer may have been a
spam spewer, and gotten your access to the Comcast SMTP message submission
server on port 25 blocked. Fortunately, Comcast offers a message submission
access for their traveling customers which requires configuring your mail
client in a similar fashion to Gmail: use port 465 with SSL enabled. For
Comcast, be sure to use your full '%User_IDemail@example.com' as your username,
along with your account password.
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