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Setup pop3 email with att

Posted on 2012-04-11
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I just opened an ATT DSL service, and my browsing is working but NOT my email. I've googled for SMTP settings for business ATT with no luck. I have set up 995 and 465 ports, smtp as smtp.att.yahoo.com (with ssl required), and still not able to SEND emails :(
I am able to receive BUT NOT SEND
I have my own domain with Network Solutions and my provider is ATT
May someone send me the settings to do this setup in WINDOWS MAIL

*** I am using Windows 7 - Windows Mail - my own domain - ATT business provider ***

Thanx
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by:kinecsys
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I think it varies by region. Where are you located?
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by:crescue
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Laredo, Texas
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>>> I have set up 995 and 465 ports, smtp as smtp.att.yahoo.com (with ssl required), and still not able to SEND emails

You also have to Authenticate.  This is in the Outgoing Server tab, whereas Ports are in the Advanced Tab in Outlook.

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by:kinecsys
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Try this one:

smtp.mail.yahoo.com
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Oh, and for that smtp.mail.yahoo.com make sure your username is only the email prefix (email address without the "@yahoo.com" or such), and use SSL on outgoing port 465. Also check the box for outgoing authentication.
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Any luck?
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