Below are instructions to change the ports for the most common Email Clients.
In most email clients, the SMTP port and SSL settings are updated on the same settings page, and that page is generally in the advanced settings.
[email protected] is a friend Yes they have checked spam it is this Gmail I use most Susie has just moved also changed her phone number sorry I am not much help but thank you Hi John Paul yes mine was a bit of a mess I can read what comes from but they can't read what I send they either get jumbled words or blank pages susie managed to realise it was my email the one I am using now is what I use most is my mobile Hello Royston, Thank you for the additional information. Do you have access to webmail so you can try and send an email from there as a test?
Thank you, -John-Paul Hello Royston, Sorry for the continuing problems. have cleaned up my machine and expunged all manner of advertising filth and any other possible offender. They have even stated it within their own site as well.
Unfortunately, we need a little more to go on than what you've said so far. email suddenly stopped being able to send, 5 days ago but still receives. I recommend changing your sending port to 587 to get around the issue.
This can be the case even if sending was working recently as some ISP's roll these changes through without warning.
To give you an idea of how common port 25 blocking is, we've included below links to a few major ISP's and their online documentation regarding port 25 blocking: For the average user, the easiest way to find out if port 25 is being blocked is to contact your ISP and ask them.
Are you getting a specific error when trying to send or receive mail?
This might help us in pointing you in the right direction to something in our email troubleshooting knowledge base that might resolve your issues.Please provide more information is you still need assistance.If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below. Are your cousins checking their Spam box to make sure it is not being flagged by a filter or rule?If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.Thank you, -John-Paul Hello John Paul thank you for your reply this is confusing I have an email and a Gmail not sure if I can help you I can receive from but mine are a jumbled or blank pages I am not to good I don't know my server this is my mobile with Vodafone have also got another same proplems.Incoming Server: mail.Outgoing Server: mail.Username: Your full e-mail address Password: Your e-mail account password Incoming Port: POP3 110 or IMAP 143 Outgoing Mail server (SMTP) Port: 587 SSL: NO SMTP Authentication Required Secure Authentication or SPA needs to be turned off Incoming Server: secure##.Outgoing Server: secure##.Username: Your full e-mail address Password: Your e-mail account password Incoming Port: POP3 995 or IMAP 993 Outgoing Mail server (SMTP) Port: 465 SSL: YES SMTP Authentication Required Secure Authentication or SPA needs to be turned off If you are unsure how to make the above changes, we recommend reviewing our Getting Started Guide: Email.