Sounds like they did not tell some of you that. But it was not compromised, and only processed a few messages a day. I am not going to give up my yahoo mail. I went ahead and let the call go thru and told the rep I WANT A MANAGER! http://blogeurope.net/socket-error/ftp-socket-error-10060.php
You might try asking Comcast if upgrading to a "business account" will solve your problem. smtp smtpException godaddy Reply Fuxiang Zhan... I have configured DNS address as 126.96.36.199 in screen from LINK Please advise what I am missing. 08/26/14 04:03:32 ME-E0038: [506629A77F504145BCB93AF20809FEE3.MAI] Communications Error: Socket connection to alt1.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com failed (error 10060). But after many calls to them and online, they only send me to MS which I will not pay $40 per session to find out what's wrong.
This makes NO sense… HMR - I'm afraid this is completely off topic, and I can't follow what you may be talking about. Try pinging the address. (See Troubleshooting Tips for details.) If you are using a router, verify the router is up and running (check by pinging it and then ping an address I'm running postfix on my server and to redirect incoming traffic on port 587 to port 25 I added this: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -dport 587 -j REDIRECT Reply steve says: January 9, 2009 at 4:30 am My Outlook Express quit cooperating on my main PC.
I can actually receive emails from the business account, but I can't send them, no matter what I do. Generated Sat, 15 Oct 2016 19:01:04 GMT by s_ac4 (squid/3.5.20) MailEnable Skip to content Home Quick links FAQ The team Forum Unanswered posts Active topics Register Login Contact us Login Register Reply Theresa Kasper says: January 12, 2009 at 9:25 am Comcast hosts our website & we have 4 emails with that domain name. Socket Error 10060 Connection Timed Out Greetings.I'm assuming you're using Godaddy as that's a godaddy server.Can you please tell me what mail client you're using?Outlook (what versions, 2003, 2007, 2010)Outlook ExpressWindows Live MailOther?
Reply Scott says: May 24, 2008 at 5:38 am I'm so glad you took the time to comment, really. Outlook Express Error Number 0x800c0133 If the message arrives that way, then i'm wrong. In my OE account properties, Servers tab, I needed to check the "My server requires authentication" box under the Outgoing Mail Sever. http://www.ctimls.com/Support/KB/Error%20Fixes/Fix_SMTP_Server_error.htm After reading through prior posts I sense I may have some difficulty in finding a successful combination of settings to return email sending back to normal.
So my search in google brought me to your site. Error Number: 0x800ccc0b Click Advanced tab and change your Outgoing Server to 587 Click OK and then click Test Account Settings and you’ll be fine. Wow, good for you! Here in Oregon Verizon offers FIOS - 20 megs over fiber!
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up MailEnable outgoing mails not working up vote 1 down vote favorite I have VPS server where I have installed and setup the Try pinging the address. Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800ccc0e If you are using a router, verify the router is up and running (check by pinging it and then ping an address outside of the router). Socket Error 10060 Error Number 0x800ccc0e Windows Mail Reply Scott says: August 21, 2007 at 6:44 am To not tell customers, or even all of their own technicians is totally ridiculous.
I use 3 computers with 5 different email address and use each email accounts pop3 and smtp info and have never had a problem before. http://blogeurope.net/socket-error/gmail-socket-error-10060-0x800ccc0e.php Ok, looks like the services are all running in memory. I think this has something to do with Comcast and some anti-spam prevention method. My problem is that i can't send emails, but i can get them. Windows Live Mail Error Id: 0x8007007a
In MS Outlook you'll find this under Email accounts -> more settings -> outgoing server. I don't know if they block port 25 based on geographic location, or on a customer by customer base. It's got to be more than coincidence… Reply Jane Carter says: March 1, 2009 at 7:21 am I am having intermittent problems sending, replying, or forwarding mail. my review here The outlook code was 0x80042109.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Socket Error 10060 Windows Live Mail It's fairly simple. I spent days on end with Comcast with several different answers to the same question of why can;t I send email all of a sudden.
After all my frustration I finally decided to use my incoming mail server as my outgoing mail server with the default ports(110 and 25). I am using Outlook 2003. In case if you are using Google Apps for your email, then the settings that you need to use are (Windows Mail, Outlook settings): In Servers Tab: Incoming mail (IMAP): imap.gmail.com Windows Live Mail Error Id: 0x8007007a Protocol: Smtp Port: 465 Secure(ssl): Yes Fix: On the Advanced tab of your POP email client program, enable This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) for the POP server.
I used outlook 2003 and XP for years until I upgraded to outlook 2007last year. Either can block the ports needed to make a successful FTP connection to the remote server. Reply Patsy Sweetra says: August 18, 2008 at 12:55 pm Guess what folks? http://blogeurope.net/socket-error/gmail-socket-error-10060.php Somehow, I'm not surprised Comcast couldn't fix it even though they caused it.
This started in the fall of 2008. I ended calling Geeks on Call and we went through every scenario on the settings until finally we picked the right combination and I could send e-mail. I have changed to AT&T for internet and phone. GO TO MAIL PROPERIES TABS.
Mine never came. Reply Tracy says: April 8, 2008 at 7:38 pm Looks like Comcast has just turned off port 25 for the Baltimore area (April 2008). Uninstalling that fixed it.