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AOL and OUTLOOK EXPRESS 6 ---------------->HELP!

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#1 freelancer1


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Posted 21 July 2004 - 02:27 PM


I'm having lots of problems sending email using OE6 with AOL9. I keep getting timeouts, or the message "server unexpectedly terminated the connection". The server is smtp.aol.com. I use port 587 and email2pop to go between OE6 and AOL. I don't have that many problems receiving email. I contacted AOL help, but they weren't much use. I also contacted email2pop, to see if they had any tips - unfortunately they're stumped too. You can view that conversation here...


Has anyone else had these problems? If you could help, that would be great. I use OE for my business and this is giving nightmares - instead of sending autoreplies, I have to manually send invoices, help sheets, confirmations etc. If I don't sort it out soon, I'm gonna need some serious counselling. :thumbsup:

Please help!


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Posted 23 July 2004 - 09:05 AM

I may be wrong, as I somtimes am :thumbsup: .. But I am pretty sure AOL does not play nice with outlook express, along with many other computer programs. I have never used AOL but have read many things about aol and OE. There may be a way. Wait a bit longer someone should be able to answer your question a little better.
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Posted 23 July 2004 - 09:30 AM

I found this tutorial on the web hope this helps if not come back as I will look a little more deeper


And here is one for oE6 looks like it may solve your problem


And another (just trying to give you options


And here is a bunch just had to word it right


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