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# 209130 13-Mar-2017 23:18
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Had a strange incident yesterday with my email.

 

I could send and receive when logged in to mobile data on my phone but on my home network I was only able to receive emails .

 

When i sent emails error 10060 came up.

 

The issue fixed itself after about 2 hours but thought it was very odd 

 

Any ideas why this would happen ?

 

 

 

thanks

 

 

 

 


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  # 1736149 14-Mar-2017 07:35
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Have you done a Google search on ' sending email error 10060 ' ?

 

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  # 1736172 14-Mar-2017 09:28
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Linux:

Have you done a Google search on ' sending email error 10060 ' ?


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Of course I have.
Did not help to much.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1736324 14-Mar-2017 13:31
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Sounds like your ISP had a small problem or were updating the smtp server at their end ... possibly offline whilst they did whatever they did?

 

Did you happen to close/re-open your email client and/or reboot the machine before noticing that all was well again?

 

 




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  # 1736328 14-Mar-2017 13:43
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Rickles:

Sounds like your ISP had a small problem or were updating the smtp server at their end ... possibly offline whilst they did whatever they did?


Did you happen to close/re-open your email client and/or reboot the machine before noticing that all was well again?


 



Good question but not sure if I did the above.
Anyway all working now.

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