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lschul

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I am using gmail and I just got my wife all set up. I am working on her outlook express to get it set up. It is checking email but when I try to send it says The message could not be sent. You do not have any accounts configured for sending email. please verify your account configuration. Far as I know I have it set up right, I even used their tool to set it up. HELP!!!:confused:
 

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you have to setup the pop3 and smtp server addresses as part of the account to send/recieve email.

i wasn't aware gmail could be accessed thru oe but then there's new stuff happening every day.
 

lschul

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Got it fixed,I had to select that as the default client and it worked.
 

lschul

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Yep, I did all that, its working. You can access it with OE too, its pretty easy, except for the default thing is not spelled out in the instructions. Got it though.
 
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can't get outlook express to retain port 110, on pop3 advanced tab , whenever i go offline or shut down my pc on restart it comes up in 200 port, . i can get e-mail on 110 only.
 

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iNCOMING IS 995 OUTGOING IS 465. Gmail has an isntaller that will do it for you, try that/
 
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