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Topic # 88356 14-Aug-2011 15:02
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Hi guys newbie here. Have searched but don't see in the forums an answer to my issue, if there is my apologies.
Anyways have Android phone, woosh account and want to get emails through handset, not unreasonable. Problem is no matter what I use as outgoing server it tells me it can't connect.

I have tried all the listed answers I have found online but none work and most seem dated.

Anyone else with this issue and if so how did you solve it



 




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  Reply # 506941 15-Aug-2011 18:12
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hmmm must be me only that has an issue with this




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  Reply # 506943 15-Aug-2011 18:14
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Do Woosh allow external access to their mail servers? Many ISP's don't these days.

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  Reply # 506958 15-Aug-2011 18:51
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Check to make sure Woosh's SMTP can accept external connections. Telecom also likely block port 25, the standard SMTP port so see if Woosh have an alternate too.







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  Reply # 506960 15-Aug-2011 18:57
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Good point, I did talk to them and they said it was a Telecom issue (Telecom saying it was Woosh) but weren't too helpful.

I'll go back to them and check, thanks for reply




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