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failed to connect to server imap.mail.netcenter.com

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by S Phily Lily, Jan 23, 2003.

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  1. S Phily Lily

    S Phily Lily Thread Starter

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    Get this message when I try to download mail with netscape address: "failed to connect to server imap.mail.netcenter.com" Have to go to netscape site to pick up mail from one netscape account; can't do it from netscape mail program with other email addresses.

    Switched to netscape mail because I couldn't pick up my AOL mail from another computer while away. (AOL Anywhere didn't work). Figured I could get netscape anywhere.

    So, I set up 2 email accounts with netscape. Have isp in addition to aol so I set up that email with Netscape, too. Have one isp and 2 netscape email accounts.

    Seems to be a problem with more than one mail account on netscape. Do I need two different identities for 2 different email addresses? Netscape help file says I can have multiple addresses from different email systems.

    Need to separate business from friends from surfing emails.

    If anyone has suggestions on email program to use that I can access anywhere, please tell. Incredimail made my 'puter crazy and I still cannot remove the files....they return and return and return. Too many viruses with outlook.

    Thank you. LK
     
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    S Phily Lily Thread Starter

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    Thank you. Finally figured it out myself by signing on a new netscape account and looking at the settings.

    Didn't have SMTP outgoing mail server correct. Should have had "mail.'isp name'.com" in "Account settings", advanced. LK
     
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