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Entourage Syntax errors and much more

Discussion in 'Apple Mac' started by Michael Hort, Jan 25, 2006.

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  1. Michael Hort

    Michael Hort Thread Starter

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    Having nothing but problems since i upgraded to Office 2004. Trying to
    send out my newsletter to my list which consist of 5 "groups." I get a
    syntax error on four of the groups and then get a "floh internal system
    error on the fifth group. The floh problem also tells me "The
    SMTPserver does not recognize any of the authentication methods used by
    Entourage. Try changing the SMTP authentication options in Account
    settings. Error 17092

    I cannot see any typos anywhere in the groups and this didnt happen until after I upgraded. I rebuilt database

    There is no problems in the settings. They have not changed. I even
    created a new account and nothing changed. Still getting these errors.
    Using OSX Tiger 10.4.4 on a G5.

    Please help.
     
  2. D0C_Hol1d@y

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    have you ran the microsoft updater after you upgraded?
     
  3. Michael Hort

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    Yes. Think I figured it out. Dragged all persons into a new group and made sure no typos. figured group got corupted so lets hope new group solves it
     
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