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    Angry Emails sent from me bounce back

    All my emails sent out to different email addresses bounce back with the from and to email address the same as mine. Even if I receive an email from someone when I reply their reply email address is shown. BUT as soon as I click the send button I get a DELIVERY FAILED: INVALID ADDRESSES message with the from: and to: the same.
    Emails coming in are no problem. Just new emails being sent out or replies to inward emails.


    I have just installed the program.
    Also calender doesn't save appointments. There is absolutely nothing there. So I can't record appointments

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    Sounds like your account is not quite set up right for sending. You'll need to check your settings in set up. Click 'edit' for the account you're having the problem with and double check the settings under Sending Mail.

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    Default Settings

    I have checked the settings for incoming and outgoing and they are OK in fact both the same
    mail.gahb.co.nz

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    You should check the port number for your server for outgoing mail. Outgoing and incoming mail are not usually on the same port and many ISPs block traffic on default ports. I have an account with the same error message and the problem is the port number not the server address.

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