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Anyone having problems accessing www.verizon.net to check email right now will likely be encountering problems. My buddy at Verizon tech support asked that I post this for him. Verizon.net is having issues that they are aware of and are working on correcting. No estimated repair time currently available.
However there is a work around. go to http://netmail.verizon.net and sign in there to check email
Or you can set up an email program such as outlook express, outlook, etc. They should be working normally
yes I am. it just started working again ironically after this forum asked me to enter a code that I should get via email after registering to complete the registration process.
Outlook 2007: Incoming is fine but Outgoing not working. Probably still issues with the outgoing server at Verizon I guess.
Hi, try changing your outgoing from port 25 to port 587 in the Outlook settings.
11-12-2009 09:22 AM - edited 11-12-2009 09:30 AM
I could sure use some help with the strangest problem I am having with my Webmail sending my mail to Outlook. A few days ago, my mail being delivered to my Outlook account starting sending duplicates. It stopped but now in my incoming Send/Receive box, I now have two extra send and receive messages that show up. When I pulled down the Send and Receive tab to check it it has a "All Accounts" group added in addition to my regular account that I had when I set it up. I have no idea where it came from or how to get rid of it. When I close my Outlook window there are now 4 send and receive messages running instead of the normal two I used to have. Anybody have any idea what's going on and how I can fix it? What is an "All Accounts" group?? Thanks in advance for the help. (I am not the most experienced computer person.)
cosmic wrote:"Hi, try changing your outgoing from port 25 to port 587 in the Outlook settings"Did that a long time ago.Turned off/on the westell gateway/router- same problem.TEST msg in Outlook reports:Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).
What outgoing server settings are you using?