Kmail and Yahoo (was Re: konqueror search engines)

Steven Vollom stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Fri Dec 5 04:51:40 GMT 2008


David McGlone wrote:
> On Thursday 04 December 2008 5:34:10 pm Steven Vollom wrote:
>   
>> David McGlone wrote:
>>     
>>> On Thursday 04 December 2008 3:55:08 pm Steven Vollom wrote:
>>>       
>>>> David McGlone wrote:
>>>>         
>>>>> On Thursday 04 December 2008 1:54:56 pm Steven Vollom wrote:
>>>>>           
>>>>>> David McGlone wrote:
>>>>>>             
>>>>>>> On Wednesday 03 December 2008 10:46:12 pm Steven Vollom wrote:
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>> lindsay.mathieson at gmail.com wrote:
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>>>>> Steve, I'd like to investigate more but the Yahoo SMTP send
>>>>>>>>> requires a commercial Yahoo account, which I don't have.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> If you have a spare guest email login for Yahoo you can send to me
>>>>>>>>> privately I can test against my KMail 4.1 and if necessary against
>>>>>>>>> the 4.2 beta.
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>>> I have no idea how to do that.  Absolutely, if we can do this in a
>>>>>>>> way that some troublemaker who is eavesdropping can't make my life a
>>>>>>>> nightmare.  It sure would be nice to have it fixed.  I really want
>>>>>>>> to start using Kubuntu and KDE exclusively where they provide the
>>>>>>>> package for whatever.  I am a believer, finally.
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>>> SBCGLOBAL is now att, your SMTP should be mail.att.yahoo.com
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>> Dear David,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I changed it from smtp to mail, but it still remains in the outbox and
>>>>>> does not send.  Pretty confusing isn't it.
>>>>>>             
>>>>> Steven, I am absolutely sorry, I meant to type smtp.att.yahoo.com
>>>>>           
>>>> No need to apologize, it gave me momentary hope.  That always feels
>>>> good.  That is the way I have it entered, smtp.att.yahoo.com.  Thanks
>>>> for trying.  I will get it eventually, if not with this computer, on my
>>>> new one.
>>>>         
>>> What port are you using?
>>>       
>> 465.  Someone gave me a port 5xx something; I tried it too, and it did
>> not work.
>>     
>
> Server requires authentication should be checked stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net 
> should be in the username and your password should be there.  authentication 
> menthod should be plain and encryption should SSL
>
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