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Outlook 2007 'can't send or receive emails on windows 7'

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by hasher99, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. hasher99

    hasher99 Thread Starter

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    Hi

    I've set up my outlook 2007 account and it was working fine but now it doesn't send or receive email, all the email I want to send go to the Outbox. It's very irritating!!!!

    I deleted my outlook account several times and made a new one but it still doesn't work. The information sent to me was to for incoming mail server was POP3. Port 110
    and outgoing mail server SMTP. Port 25.

    I used pop.secureserver.net for incoming and smtpout.secureserver.net for outgoing.

    I have also checked 'My outgoing server(SMTP) requires notification' but still no hope.
    Also to mention the Password icon popping up every so often even though I have requested my password to be saved.
    please help me if you can!

    Thanks Hasher:
     
  2. DaveA

    DaveA Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    Who is your email provider?

    The settings you have listed just may not be the ones that are required by the provider.

    Have you checked the Help page at your email providers website?

    NOTE: At this time Comcast is using 110 and 587 as the port numbers, so yours may need to be updated.
     
  3. hasher99

    hasher99 Thread Starter

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    Thanks DaveA.

    The email provider requirements are the settings which I updated.

    Initially I could send and receive but not now.

    Do you think pop.secureserver.net for incoming and smtpout.secureserver.net for outgoing are correct or are there other server types I could try?
     
  4. DaveA

    DaveA Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    Give us the email provider so we can go to their site and fine the instructions for setting up a email account?
    Without this I can not provide any more help.

    As for the pop and smtp servers names, each provider can name them what they want, based on the email server program they are using.
     
  5. DaveA

    DaveA Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    I think I found your provider.
    Check out http://help.securepaynet.net/article/2649#Walk Through?ci=53570

    Did you enter the FULL email address in the required box or just the name before the @?

    The above instructions says to use port 80 for the smtp.

    Have you tried using the "Trouble shooter" at the bottom of the above webpage?
     
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