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Still can't send email

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Starla

#1
I posted this last week, but still it does not work. I can receive fine.
Here is the full error msg:

Subject 'Re: !', Account: 'mail.mchsi.com', Server: 'mail.mchsi.com',
Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '250 XMVP 2', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes,
Server Error: 250, Error Number: 0x800CCC7D

At some point last week on the mediacomcc.com website, I found more complete
directions for how to configure Windows Mail, but when I did that, it would
highlight the SMPT outgoing mail as if it was a wrong number, and when I left
all the settings it suggested, it still did not work, and then kept popping
something for me to continually enter my username and password. So, I went
back to the default settings that had been entered, and which had worked just
1-2 hours prior all this started happening. It is driving me nuts! It did
this once before out of the blue. You guys helped, so I hope you can again.
 

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Guest

#2
"Starla" <Starla@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:FA74A5D8-9BC7-44DE-918A-1AC3352F3C45@xxxxxx

>I posted this last week, but still it does not work. I can receive fine.
> Here is the full error msg:
>
> Subject 'Re: !', Account: 'mail.mchsi.com', Server: 'mail.mchsi.com',
> Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '250 XMVP 2', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes,
> Server Error: 250, Error Number: 0x800CCC7D
>
> At some point last week on the mediacomcc.com website, I found more
> complete
> directions for how to configure Windows Mail, but when I did that, it
> would
> highlight the SMPT outgoing mail as if it was a wrong number, and when I
> left
> all the settings it suggested, it still did not work, and then kept
> popping
> something for me to continually enter my username and password. So, I
> went
> back to the default settings that had been entered, and which had worked
> just
> 1-2 hours prior all this started happening. It is driving me nuts! It
> did
> this once before out of the blue. You guys helped, so I hope you can
> again.
Port 25 and SSL are seldom used together. You may have to remove that
email account under Windows Mail, then restart Windows Mail and add the
account again.

http://www.mchsi.com/help/read/publisher_02/2002-01-15.33

These instructions were written for Outlook Express, but should also work
under Windows Mail.
 

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