Thanks! Your suggestion worked just fine for me.
Here's the answer:
[Secure Sockets When Sending] and [Secure Sockets When Receiving] should both be set to:
[Required, Alternate Port]
That takes care of the SSL Enabled and Port settings in the last two columns.
Change the server addresses and do the above and you should be good to go.
these threads are from last year, which I dealt with too.
and now this
happened to me again, the other day, I think 7/31/14, more issues, so this is going around, and worked for me, after 2 daze of looking around and fiddlin.
ok, send authentication errors
go to this file
open with note pad
ad this line
save and close.
open eudora , and this should work, long as you have the correct pop and smtp settings
secure sockets = required. alternate port... sending
secure sockets = required. alternate port... receiving
worked for me too, thanks all, what a **bleep** haha they BLEEPED **bleep** pee eye tee a
Thanks very much for posting this fix. Instead of spending the same amount of time that you did I was able to just add that line and presto!, problem solved!
I had been able to post a fix to the original person who started this thread and my choice to make that effort has been rewarded repeatedly. For me personally this thread has been a technical karma train.
That principle should work for you too. Thanks very much again for posting this fix!