Kmail won't send.
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Thu Jan 14 14:31:15 GMT 2010
On Thursday 14 January 2010 08:19:09 am Lindsay Mathieson wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Jan 2010 12:02:32 am Steven Vollom wrote:
> > When I checked configuration, the sending smtp port had
> > changed from 465 to 25
> Rather than set the port you probably need to choose the "SSL" option which
> will also set the port for you.
> > and the password space was blank. I successfully
> > changed the port number back, however, the 'apply' feature does not
> > activate to set the password.
> Under the "Advanced" Tab did you check the "Server requires Authentication"
I had all the settings in their proper places, including ssl. Whenever I put
in my password in the smtp configuration then ckicked OK, the 'apply' option
did not highlight so that it could be clicked on. As a result, the just
included password was no longer entered.
I just removed kmail and booted. I then went into .kde>share>apps> and
removed kmail. I then installed kmail again. I was trying to have all prior
configuration removed and start with an empty and clean Kmail. When I opened
kmail, it had the same mail in the inbox, etc. I don't understand. I thought
I removed everything that is Kmail before installing Kmail again.
If you get this It means that things are working properly again.
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