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windows mail problem sending and receiving mail

  1. #1


    ianweaver Guest

    windows mail problem sending and receiving mail

    I have been sent a message The host popcould not be found, please verify
    you have entered the server name correctly
    account pop3 server. pop 3. protocol pop3 port 110, secure (ssl). no socket
    error
    1101 error no 0x800ccc0d

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  3. #2


    Bruce Hagen Guest

    Re: windows mail problem sending and receiving mail

    Copy and paste the entire error message in this thread instead of typing.
    One little dot or space makes a big difference.
    --
    Bruce Hagen
    MS-MVP [Mail]
    Imperial Beach, CA


    "ianweaver" <ianweaver@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:5470D9BA-C581-4A82-BD61-5349B24A5EC9@newsgroup

    >I have been sent a message The host popcould not be found, please
    >verify
    > you have entered the server name correctly
    > account pop3 server. pop 3. protocol pop3 port 110, secure (ssl). no
    > socket
    > error
    > 1101 error no 0x800ccc0d

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4. #3


    PvdG42 Guest

    Re: windows mail problem sending and receiving mail


    "ianweaver" <ianweaver@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:5470D9BA-C581-4A82-BD61-5349B24A5EC9@newsgroup

    > I have been sent a message The host popcould not be found, please verify
    > you have entered the server name correctly
    > account pop3 server. pop 3. protocol pop3 port 110, secure (ssl). no
    > socket
    > error
    > 1101 error no 0x800ccc0d
    You need to contact your ISP's technical support to get your Mail configured
    properly to work with their mail server.
    You may be able to find instructions online as provided by your ISP. The
    setup is very similar to that for Outlook Express.



      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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    Gary VanderMolen \(MVP\) Guest

    Re: windows mail problem sending and receiving mail

    "pop" is not a valid mail server name. You get the correct mail
    server names from your mail provider. Who provides your email service?
    Or to ask that question another way, what is the part of your email
    address after the @ symbol?
    Your mail provider will typically have a web page that shows how to
    set up an email program. If you need more help, tell us the name of
    your email service provider. If you currently don't have an email
    address, we can help with that also.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
    http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/def...le/vandermolen


    "ianweaver" <ianweaver@newsgroup> wrote in message news:5470D9BA-C581-4A82-BD61-5349B24A5EC9@newsgroup

    >I have been sent a message The host popcould not be found, please verify
    > you have entered the server name correctly
    > account pop3 server. pop 3. protocol pop3 port 110, secure (ssl). no socket
    > error
    > 1101 error no 0x800ccc0d

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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    Dave Guest

    Re: windows mail problem sending and receiving mail

    you need to enter the correct server names and settings.
    Your email account provider has that information.
    They should have a help page on their website.
    If you tell us who provides your email account, perhaps someone can assist
    you.



    --
    Dave N.
    MS-MVP (Mail)
    Windows 7 Ultimate
    http://download.live.com/wlmail

    "ianweaver" <ianweaver@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:5470D9BA-C581-4A82-BD61-5349B24A5EC9@newsgroup

    > I have been sent a message The host popcould not be found, please verify
    > you have entered the server name correctly
    > account pop3 server. pop 3. protocol pop3 port 110, secure (ssl). no
    > socket
    > error
    > 1101 error no 0x800ccc0d

      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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