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Outlook 2007 account settings ??

Are there generic settings that can be enterwed into the account settings or are they specfic to each mail server?
I have a email account with a local pop3 settings & that account both sends and recievies email, but when I switch to the other pop account (that was working before someone messed around with the setting trying to setup an IMAP account, which I have since removed).
So the problem is now when I try and send out email through that 2nd account I get an error. which I have attached along with my current setting
OL-error.pdf
ol-doc-3.pdf
ol-doc-2.pdf
OL-doc1.pdf
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pritamduttCommented:
Please check the outgoing server (SMTP) .. it should ideally contain 25 instead of 80.
Also try using none instead of SSL in the encryption settings.

Please refer to ol-doc3.pdf.


Regards,
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jploesslAuthor Commented:
I just found out that they are using go daddy for the email server and I will try the smtp at 25 although I have tried that already ... i will let you know
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jploesslAuthor Commented:
I still have an issue where I can't send emails .... I just walked through the settings with go daddy tech supp and for some reason I still have these issues.
If I go online to the web based email system it works fine.
I have also deleted the account and then created a new account and I'm running into the same issue. Any ideas???
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jploesslAuthor Commented:
I was able to solve the issue by recreating the account ... thanx
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