Re: Kmail issue/problem
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IIRC, Yahoo does a "check-before-send" sort of authentication, so you
*should* be able to just check your mail, then send, and have it work fine.
That meshes with the "authentication required" message. If that doesn't fix
it, then, uh, I dunno :-)
On Thursday 07 March 2002 01:14 pm, Dan DeVries wrote:
> Has anyone else had this problem
> before I upgraded to sid my Kmail worked perfect but you might notice I'm
> using Mutt to send this message on a different machine.
> I can download my mail from yahoo no problem but when I send mail I always
> get and I quote
> "sending failed
> a SMTP error occured
> Command MAIL
> Response: 530 authentication required for help got to help.yahoo blah...
> The following transport protocol was used
> no doubt before I sent to this list I have been looking for help or fix it
> I remove Kmail and put back the old version 1.2 instead of 1.3 just incase
> but the problem persistes. I looked at FAQ and have tried downloading my
> mail and then sending whats in my queue, to authenticate but it didn't
> work. There is an option to store mail and send it after
> checking/downloading your mail. Again, it downloads my mail but errors on
> sending my mail.
> I don't get why it is authenticating to get my mail but it can't send it.
> Any Ideas, did I miss something? Do you need more information?
> Note, just in case its yahoo I used Mozilla 0.9.8 and it sent my mail
> By the way other than this KDE works great and just wanted to say what a
> great job you guys do.
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