12/9/2013 9:00 AM
On 12/9/2013 Jack S. LaRosa wrote:
JSL Jernej, I must confess to not understanding your reply to my
JSL query. I of course use TB! to connect to my ISP for all
JSL email activities. I don't understand POP3 server or
The proxy 127.0.0.1 refers to your
Wednesday, January 12, 2011, Amy J. Schneider wrote:
The only change that has occurred is this (And I just realized that the
first problem message came after this happened): My broadband cellular
Internet provider changed hands Saturday morning at midnight, and at that
maybe they could change setting of server, try to open account
section Transport, hit Authentication of SMTP server button and change
setting there, if it helps.
Not sure which one you mean. I tried checking/unchecking both checkboxes,
top and bottom, all permutations. Tried Use
Monday, July 8, 2002, 3:47:35 PM, you wrote:
JP King of the North by any chance?
I've heard that before yes.. :-)
Current Ver: 1.60q
On Tuesday, November 23, 1999, 9:59:47 PM, Mogens wrote:
Account name and password must be good too since I can receive OK.
Are they needed by the SMTP server? If you can enter them, then
"Perform SMTP Authenication (sic)" is checked and, as Mark has already
pointed out, it shouldn't be.
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