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Il mercoledì 3 dicembre 2008 12:03:18 nepal ha scritto:
> On Wednesday 03 December 2008 09:17:33 O. Sinclair wrote:
> > what is your problem with the send function? Normally I click on the
> > "security" tab and then hits "check what the server supports" and after
> > some waiting I am good. I use both TLS and normal port 25 smtp as well
> > as one provider where I have a unique port open.
> > Sinclair
> so are you saying you have three different transports available?
> I couldn't get this to work correctly either, It drove me so nuts yesterday
> I gave up on it and installed 7.10 on a separate drive. Then when I got it
> working there I went back to 8.04 and retried, got send to work, but it
> still f***s about with the transport to use for the send and invariably
> chooses the wrong one. So I found with googlemail that I could set that up
> to access my other (ISP) mail accounts and did it that way and now just
> have a single transport. Incidentally, googlemail says set the port to 465
> which doesn't work, but if I hit "check what the server supports" it sets
> the port to 25, TLS,PLAIN, and does work. go figure eh. I also noticed in
> 8.04 that some of the changes made to the kmail settings are not reflected
> instantly and that is part of the reason kmail was so f****ing awkward
So strange... never had problems with my providers, except for Yahoo! that
didn't allow me to send mail (I can receive) months ago (I changed it with
Google). And I'm talking about KMail in Kubuntu 7.04/7.10/8.04/8.10 (in which
actually I am)
Check first of all on server's side, than in your local settings. the same
reply is targeted also to Steven.
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