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Topic # 11913 18-Feb-2007 11:32
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Using Outlook 2003 settings, Windows Mail will connect to smtp.gmail.com and send mail, but no combination of ports (110, 995) or SSL (on, off), is working to get mail from pop.gmail.com

Has anyone else had this issue? A google search reveals no issues for most people.







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  Reply # 61130 18-Feb-2007 11:46
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nevermind.... after about 15 minutes sitting doing nothing, it started working! (and yes, i had tried restarting mail & windows, and i had pressed send/recieve!)







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  Reply # 61131 18-Feb-2007 11:52
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Thats a gmail issue. There is time when the smtp server is down, its still beta lol

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  Reply # 61670 23-Feb-2007 00:34
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Yup, I've had that issue too. Just have to wait it out.




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