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Old 12-24-2006, 06:22 PM   #1
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need to configure Kmail at earthlink.net.Recieve fine can not send.


need to configure Kmail at earthlink Have port # and server which worked for Outlook I can recieve but can not send.
 
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It'd be helpful to read the error message you get, but it's likely that the reason is some kind of an authorization problem. Check if you should have the authorization box checked, if the server uses SSL, TLS or none. Kmail can check server capabilities, so it may be useful to use that option.
 
  


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