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I am running Win XP HE (up to date), win xp pro SP 1a both PCs are AMD 3000 and 2600 networked with G54 Airstation Buffalo PCI

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I cannot send SMTP on either systems and the Pro system (wirelessy connected PCI) will not allow me to log into this web site, the network used to run fine but I have recently re-installed the O/S on both machines.  The Pro runs Norton NIS 2003, and the HE has nothing at the moment as the reason I had to re-install was a bad install of NIS 2003.  Iget a Port 25 SSL error on both when the e-mail send times out.

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TIA
Gareth
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by:cabbs
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Sorry BTW I cannot update windows on either machine!

Error msg on Pro machine 0800cccof

Error message on HE machine 0x800CCC19
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by:stevenlewis
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does your isp require ssl connections?
If using OE, go to tools, accounts, highlight your account, properties, advanced, and uncheck secure connections
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by:kabaam
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just as a temp test...disable the NIS firewall and test where you were having problems.  
I had similar problems when I just reinstalled xp pro and nis 2004.
I disabled the firewall and everything was good.... next to reconfigure nis firewall.
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by:cabbs
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Just looked at OE and that is clear on the HE PC,  I have tried to connect without NIS on 2004 with no joy.
Thanks anyhow.
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Thanks v much, the MTU setting was 1458.
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Glad to help!
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