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    Default [SOLVED] Zimbra OSS and Outlook

    I am having some difficulty setting up SMTP on Outlook. I have enabled the POP3 and am able to receive emails without problem. Also, when I test the setting from Outlook, all pass and I receive the test message. But when i try to compose a new email, it does not go thru. Even the email to self does not work. Can someone please help. Thanks. Here is my setting for the server. What am i missing?


    I have POP3 port as 995, SMTP 465 and SSL enabled on both.

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    What errors do you see in the log files when you try to send a message?
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    It turned out to be a stupid problem with Outlook(2002). as documented by Microsoft. It works on Outlook Express and other versions of Outlook. So i'm good.

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