I have comcast and have been reading all the boards and understand that there is a serious problem being able to send email out. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to set up my email to even receive. Iam very computerilliterate and I am totally confused. Is there anyone out there that can possibly walk me through it? The order I did things were
MY EMAIL ADDRESS
UNDER SETUP NEW ACCOUNT INCOMING MAIL SERVER:
PORT ADDRESS: 110
USE SSL: OFF
ACCOUNT NAME: WORRYWART24-7
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER:
USE SLL: OFF
USE SMPT: ON
It then goes to network request and I get the error #S7122
I don't know what to do. I looked up my port address on my comcast email on my PC and the numbers are the same.
Any help out there??
I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY EMAIL ACCT SET UP (COMCAST.NET) IT SAYS TO CHECKS USERNAM & PASSWORD BUT I KNOW THEIR CORRECT. WHAT ABOUT THE 2ND USER NAME, WHAT EXACTLY SHOULD I BEEN PUTTING
I have comcast also and i can recive just fine but have problems sending. I wanted to test it so i sent a test email from my phone to my work email and I got the error message but 10 min later my work email recived it.
For comast people, if you are having send issues, I have optimum which is a cable company internet as well. I had the same issue and it was due to the ISP locking port 25 try changing the port to 587. Someone suggested under a different thread and that cleared the issue for me. Hope this helps.
The 2nd username is the same as the first one. For example, the first one should have email@example.com, and the 2nd is doej & below the password.
I have a qwest email account and I am also having issues with setting up my instinct. I took it in to the sprint store and the techs were of no help. I use pop3.live.com with port 995 for my incoming server and smtp.live.com with port 25 for my outgoing server. I set both incoming and outgoing servers to SSL and set the smtp auth. to on (btw i've tried every combination of settings with the SSL & SMTP auth). I get the error message S7118 check your user name and password (which I am 100% certain is correct). Any help would be appreciated.