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Outgoing Mail on Outlook

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by bdilipmurthy, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. bdilipmurthy

    bdilipmurthy Registered

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    I cant get to send mails by POP.
    Incoming works perfectly ... when I try to send my email from the account, the error 0x800CCC0f/5 shows up.

    Anything im missing??

    Following are the settings in Outlook:

    1) Incoming mail server : mail.mydomain.in
    2) outgoing mail server : mail.mydomain.in

    and I have checked the requires authentication box as mentioned on cpanel instructions page.
    Also tried auto configuration ... no luck!
     
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    nyjimbo Well-Known Member

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    0x800CCC0f is such a generic error. Do you know if the actual error message is longer?. If so produce it here.

    Also if you are just and end user and not running your own server you should try to contact your host for help as they could check logs and see if you are actually talking to their server.
     
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    This is the full error.

    I get another one at times too!

    Task 'info@bluecrosshyd.in (1) - Sending and Receiving' reported error (0x800CCC05) : 'Unknown Error 0x800CCC05'

    I am an end user ... but when I test the server settings through Outlook everythings ok except the sending test mail part. Thats when errors show up!
     
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    If this is the first time you have tried to use the smtp server for your website/account it is possible that your ISP is blocking port 25.

    If you are familiar with opening a "dos prompt" you should see if you can telnet to port 25 of the mailserver and see if it responds with anything at all.

    "telnet mail.mydomain.in 25"

    If it doesnt come back with anything or times out it could be a port block. If it does come back then it could be something else, but I would test that first.
     
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    I get 220 - teamone hosting.net ESMTP Exim 4.66 bla bla

    and 220 - we do no authorize the use of this system to transport unsolicited mail etc

    That part of it works ...
     
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