Re: Icedove setting
On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 9:46 PM, Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Apr 2012 16:33:58 +0800, lina wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 1:29 AM, Panayiotis Karabassis
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> POP3 (and IMAP) is for receiving, SMTP is for sending. You have a
>>> problem when sending. Please make sure the port is 587 or 25. If yes,
>>> maybe your ISP is redirecting the connection?
>>>>> tried telneting to pod51003.outlook.com and I only get this message
>>>>> when I connect to port 110, not 587 nor 25.
>>>> Right now I'm not in front of computer. Gotta check another time.
>> I noticed the google use 465 as SMTP port.
> Every e-mail provider can use a different combo for authentication/
> configuration/port but you have to stick to what Outlook Live service
> needs. I mean, what Gmail needs it cannot work for Yahoo! or Hotmail or...
(Nice seeing your reply, shake hands, virtual though.)
Have you noticed that in icedove --> Edit --> Account Settings
At the bottom of the left column, there is one item calls: Outgoing
click it, there is an option to choose the default outgoing server settings.
I chose google one as default.
>> So I also use 465 for pod51003.outlook.com SMTP port. now it shows me
>> Sending of message failed.
>> The message could not be sent because the connection to SMTP server
>> pod51003.outlook.com timed out. Try again or contact your network
I changed different port, it still shows me:
Sending of message failed.
The message could not be sent because the connection to SMTP server
pod51003.outlook.com timed out. Try again or contact your network
but no problem in receiving email.
>> Are there something to do with my local settings.
> Let's start from the basics. What are the configuration settings needed
> for the Outlook Live service? Have you followed (or is there) any guided
> Mmm... I've found this URL:
> Set Up Mozilla Thunderbird 3.0 for Your E-Mail Account
Yes, I followed exactly with minor tweak in port.
> SMTP setup starts at point 6, so carefully check all the steps and try
> doing the same at your side to configure your MUA.
Seems I do "correctly" in pop3 settings, so server no problem, only port left.
Thanks, Best wishes,
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