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MS Outlook 2000

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by 24giovanni, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. 24giovanni

    24giovanni Banned Thread Starter

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    A question for you fine people. I use MS Outlook 2000 for mail. A problem which occurs alot is when I send an email I sometimes, not always get the following error "the tcp/ip connection was unexpectedly disconnected by the server. SMTP server outgoing.isp.net. error number 0x800cccDf". I looked up the error message an it said error type IMAP_AUTH_NOT_POSSIBLE and for a description it said UNABLE TO AUTHORIZE CLIENT.

    I have a netgear router rt314 which my ISP seems to think I have to have my MTU enabled and set it to 1492. Not sure how to do that or if that is my problem to begin with. Any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Bob Cerelli

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    Check for the necessary correct settings in Log on using Secure Password Authentication.
     
  3. 24giovanni

    24giovanni Banned Thread Starter

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    Should I check that option off because it's currently unchecked?
     
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    24giovanni Banned Thread Starter

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    I tried checking that option off and it didn't work.
     
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