However, the send mail feature is not functioning. All settings appear correct but the following alert is the last entry in the log.
530 authentication required - for help go to http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/sbc/dsl/m … op-11.html
smtp.att.yahoo.com. Pop.att.yahoo.com mail is downloaded to Outlook 2003.
Port 465. Changing to 587 as suggested in the link does not work either.
Looked at the link above but not sure what the proper correction is.
Mine will work with the Original pop account information that was provided to me many many years ago, but it does not work with the settings that my ISP WANT me to use. Luckily, I remembered the old original pop account information.
Couldn't hurt to ask your ISP if they have or still use older settings for email.
www.mainsites.ca is my website, and yes, some of it is crappy.
No issues here. I was aware of the warning prior to purchasing. Just thought someone may know of a fix.
It is certainly a convenience to send mail from WAM but not that big of deal to go directly to the mail client.
Still think the program is great and it solved numerous issues I had with using the host cpanel. The export to .pdf report is awesome!
Service costs about 1.99 a month.
In the next update, we are going to try and incorporate a more robust mail control to address some of these quirky servers.
Is there any time line as to when the next the next update might be coming out that would include the enhanced SMTP server configuration?
This would be useful in deciding how to deal with this challenge. Whether it is best to sit tight or expend the funds and acquire a service like www.smtp2go.com.
Challenges abound. Since my ISP requires use of userid/password and port 587, I thought SMTP2Go.com would be a great alternative until I found out that port 25 is also blocked.
Unless that is a way to change the port number from within WAM I get I will be eagerly looking forward to the proosed enhancements.
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