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Topic # 101967 13-May-2012 10:01 Send private message

I have had this issue for a few weeks now on my Acer iconia 501
When I set up the email, it worked fine with the recommended outgoing server details.
smtp2.vodafone.net.NZ
Port. 25
Security. None
User name. Full email address
Password. Imap/pop password
Require sign in yes

After searching the internet for a couple of hours and not finding anything that helped, I decided in a last ditch effort to play with the settings of the outgoing server.
Changed the security to SSL (Accept all certificates) and the Port to 465

I can now send emails again.

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  Reply # 624269 13-May-2012 10:43 Send private message

If you aren't on a vodafone connection then you will need to use authentication and most likely SSL.





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  Reply # 624278 13-May-2012 10:58 Send private message

You need to advise what internet connection you are using

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