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    I have correctly input my pop account details from my ISP and can receive my mail but cannot send. I keep getting an error message that the mail cannot be relayed.I heard that some isp's use a different port for this?
    Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwoodman View Post
    I have correctly input my pop account details from my ISP and can receive my mail but cannot send. I keep getting an error message that the mail cannot be relayed.I heard that some isp's use a different port for this?
    Thanks for any help.
    I'm afraid this is likely to be a question for your ISP. I assume you are authenticating with the server and all the account details are valid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    I'm afraid this is likely to be a question for your ISP. I assume you are authenticating with the server and all the account details are valid?
    Yes that is correct.

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