I've just upgraded to ADSL, using an Origo ASR8100 modem / router (how did I ever use dial up?
). Everything seems fine (and fast!) except for email, which I use with KMail 1.5. My distro is RH9 incidentally, and the router is attached to the onboard SIS900 NIC on my PC.
I have four email accounts that I use with KMail - all are pop3 / smtp accounts, using the standard settings (the providers are virgin.net, freeserve, and ic24.net), and they all are showing the same problem. I can receive email without any problem, but attempting to send mail with any of them produces the same error message: -
One of the recipients was not accepted.
The server responded: "Administrative prohibition "
The message will stay in the 'outbox' folder until you either fix the problem (e.g. a broken address) or remove the message from the 'outbox' folder.
Note: Other messages will also be blocked by this message, as long as it is in the 'outbox' folder
The following transport protocol was used:
Any help will be very much appreciated - it seems a bit pointless at the moment to receive (mostly junk) email on broadband, then have to dial up to reply! Thanks for any help.