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Why Can't I Receive Email Through Lan?


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#1 Tomo2

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Posted 16 February 2008 - 08:52 PM

Ok I've got AnalogX proxy set up on my network because ICS is shockingly bad :thumbsup:. All the ports are configured fine and browsing the web is a treat but when I come to check my emails it doesn't go anywhere. I configured the proxy server with my Pop3 and Smtp details yet it won't go :inlove:. OE only gets as far as authorizing and Thunderbird times out. I know the request gets to the main PC because the little email scanner appears but there is no activity show on the Net or LAN :flowers:.

Its really starting to annoy me and I'm sure its the program not me, so my question is are there any better net/mail Proxy programs out there that don't take forever to configure and get the job done???

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Posted 17 February 2008 - 09:23 AM

You could try FreeProxy: Download
It works well for me.
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