windows mail

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  1. bamaman66

    bamaman66 Registered Member

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    I am suddenly having trouble with windows mail. Just in the last two days I have not been able to send mail. I can receive mail without any problem but when I send mail it remains in the outbox. I have tried a restore back to when it was working but the problem remains. I am using AVG and I disabled the mail scanner with no luck. I get this error port:25,secure(SSL):no,server error:451,socket error:10053,error number:0x800CCC0F. I have also disabled the firewall. I would appreciate any help. Thanks
     
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    Have a look here.
    Else some security app is interfering.
    Many possibilities, not many solutions. :doubt:

    Hope that helps a bit. ;)
     
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    "This error also appears when sending mail in outlook when using AVG antivirus!! This can easily be rectified by going into the AVG e-mail properties - then "servers" and making sure that you activate the SMTP setting as it is set by default to disabled!! Easy as that."

    I can disable the email scanner in AVG but I do not see how I can activate the SMTP setting in windows mail.
     
  4. Eldar

    Eldar Registered Member

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    You don't have to disable your email scanner. :)

    I don't use AVG, so I hope this helps solving your issue.

    If not, have a look at their forum. ;)
    Maybe someone else knows more about this.
     
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    bamaman66 Registered Member

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    I finally got my problem solved. I had a message in my outbox that for some reason wouldn't go out and that kept any other messages from being sent. I manually delted the message and my mail worked.
     
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    Glad to know you found the culprit. :thumb: ;)
     
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