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Same question there: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-outlook/specify-outgoing-mail-encryption-on-a-per/445a57d4-58c9-4122-917f-5491dee3852a Seems not available from Microsucks, but as a plugin from 3rd party. Regards, Gerd


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You can get some more information from here: https://www.ultratools.com/tools/spamDBLookupResult I had this problem with shared hosting in the past. I think the responsible one is the owner of the IP, so I don't see how your IP (your home IP) has anything to do with that.


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It should scroll, there isn't any setting that I know of that would disable the scrolling. Might be an issue with your mailfile design. You'll probably have to have your local Notes admin take a look.


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It means that the server (the portion after the @ sign) may not be accepting e-mails, or might be malfunctioning. Double check that the e-mail address is spelled correctly. It's not a problem with gmail, but the server on the receiving end.


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The method I have used in the past for similar functions is to use the MozBackup program. Basically, you just need to make sure that the old and new computers both have the same version of Thunderbird on them (i.e., 31.3.0) then run MozBackup from the old computer. This will take you through a brief wizard where you can select the various items to ...


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I have had my same thunderbird mail data through several computers, just moving the stuff across from system to system. This also works in multiple-boot: you can hook thunderbird up to two different operating systems. To connect thunderbird to an extant mail file (in h\email) exit all instances of thunderbird cd \user\username\appdata\ ren thinderbird ...


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Make sure you have the Mail app closed completely (dragging it down until it rotates to its splash screen at the bottom of the screen and drag further). Set the Surface in "Airplane Mode" via the Settings Charm and the WiFi symbol Open the Mail app and go to the Account Settings pane. Touch the Corp. Account and scroll to the bottom of the following screen. ...


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Do either or both of Configure postfix to ignore incoming SMTP connections that originate outside your LAN (or outside computer itself) Configure Ubuntu firewall to block incoming SMTP connections. /etc/postfix/main.cf: # Allow connections from trusted networks only. smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, reject


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Proxy is the word. There are dozens webpages that allows you to redirect connection through selected country. Hidemy.... for example. Didn't used this one but it got lot of countries to choose from. Try googling proxy+your country


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The draft folder doesn't sync and can't be forced to sync. It's a limitation of the EAS account. Instead of connecting your Outlook.com account via the EAS protocol, you could configure it as an IMAP account. BUT! While it does support synching the Drafts folder, the IMAP protocol doesn’t support a whole lot of other features such as Flag Reminders, ...


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Assuming you have properly shut down the hotmail account. I'm afraid that the simple answer is "No". If you deleted it, you may have even allowed the spammer to legitimately create a new account under the same old address now too. e-mail is not really authenticated - someone can send an email "from" any address to any other address as they please. They ...


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For GMail Users only Just check the radio button next to "Enable POP for All Mail (even if it is already downloaded)" under Gmail --> Settings -- > Forwarding. Do it even if POP is already enabled and then do a send/receive on outlook. It'll work.


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JWU has a help page on how to configure your phone: Email on your mobile Short answer is: Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars Exchange On Email field, Enter your jwu e-mail address Enter Password In Description, give a short name for this account It should just work with that. That's how our Exchange server is configured.


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If Status bar is not seen: Right-Click Taskbar Select cascade windows This usually shows the e-mail page in reduced size but the status bar if selected on the View page can now be seen Stretch the reduced picture if necessary back to full screen & you should be alright.


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cPanel doesn't provide any official tool to transfer the email from H-Sphere, possibly you can refer this from the below URL to get some more clarity on this. http://forums.cpanel.net/f43/client-looking-migrate-h-sphere-cpanel-any-way-xfer-mail-163409.html


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mailx reads ~./mailrc set smtp=smtp://your.smtp.server if authentication is required: set smtp-auth-user=user set smtp-auth-password=password for system-wide configuration, edit /etc/nail.rc man mail for all available settings


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Please check the date in your galaxy s2, especially the year. This would also comes if the date was mismatched. Please set proper date in your phone and reboot the device and then check the reported issue Hope this helps!


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Finally, had to help myself. Thinking it might be helpful to anyone in the future: Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server: imap.gmail.com Port: 993 Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com Port: 465 or 587 Note: Username is same as email.


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if you are thinking like your email should be yourname@yourDomain.com then visit the link https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/YYvTXAgyz_g


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This is not possible. Your e-mail is coming to you from someone outside of Exchange and using SMTP to send the e-mail to you. This by design and how Internet e-mail works. From Wikipedia: To indicate the message recipient, an email address also may have an associated display name for the recipient, which is followed by the address specification ...


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I found the instructions just by googling selu.edu mail configuration: https://gdata.selu.edu/faq.html. If that's failing, I'd also suggest you talk to the uni IT department.


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I had a client that lost his MSN password and was unable to get a new one. We ended up creating a new account in MSN Explorer. The db folder contained the .sdf files from the previous account (the one that was locked out) and the new account. I deleted the new .sdf files and renamed the .sdf files from the previous account with the name of the new account. ...


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HowToGeek demonstrates a Windows PowerShell script that works very well at How To Send Email From the Command Line in Windows Without Extra Software Here is the method: First you're defining the variables: $EmailFrom = “yourMail@gmail.com” $EmailTo = “theRecipient'sAddress@someServer.com” $Subject = “your subject” $Body = “some text” $SMTPServer ...


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One "solution" is to edit your hosts file to map img.youtube.com to your local IP address (127.0.0.1) so it fails instantly, rather than taking 1 minute to fail to find \img.youtube.com. In my case the emails had an image attempting to load from //feeds.feedburner.com blocking that network location is rather severe though if you run an RSS reader.


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HowToGeek demonstrates a Windows PowerShell script that works very well at How To Send Email From the Command Line in Windows Without Extra Software Here is the method: First you're defining the variables: $EmailFrom = “yourMail@gmail.com” $EmailTo = “theRecipient'sAddress@someServer.com” $Subject = “your subject” $Body = “some text” $SMTPServer ...


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You can do this using postfix header checks. #/etc/postfix/main.cf header_checks = pcre:/etc/postfix/header_checks.pcre #/etc/postfix/header_checks.pcre /^Subject: (.+)$/ REPLACE Subject: [TAG] $1 See header_checks for more info. Hope that helps.


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The DNS servers in charge "domain.com" need an SPF record added to them to allow/verify the SMTP server(s) your client is using to send as an email user on that domain. For example, using v=spf1 mx -all as the SPF record would allow any SMTP server that has a valid MX record for the domain in the DNS server, and deny all others.


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I think what that means is that no other rules will be applied to any given email. So every new message will check it self against all the custom rules but once one rule does apply then it will stop trying the remaining rules for that particular email. I don't think it means that no other emails will have the rules run against them.


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Since google chrome is making auto login for the hotmail account eventhough you are unable to find the password for it. Google chrome would store the password and history information in the following location for default profile C:\Users\\Appdata\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ so there is tool called Gmail Password Dump which would export the ...


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A server will respond by removing everything from owa and on, and not using https:// either. So the server address will become: email.jwu.edu You should be able to setup email on your iPhone if the administrators have enabled access for it.


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The server address is in the link you quoted in your question. https://email.jwu.edu/owa/auth/logon.aspx If you enter the above adress in your browser you will see:


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There is a similar question at Microsoft (But its unclear whether its about mail reminders) Quoting from the answer: Run the Command given below and check if it helps: Click on Start< All Programs< Accessories< Run< type ‘Outlook /cleanreminder’ (without quotes) Note: Ensure there is a space between ‘Outlook’ and ‘/’ Also repair the PST file ...


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You should be able to copy your messages from outlook data file to IMAP server. I've done it many times, but mostly data file -> Exchange Server. First of all think about do you really need to transfer old email to a new server. You can delete your old account and simply open the data file in Outlook to have an archive of the old emails. If you need them to ...


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No way. Here is the answer from Microsoft: "Please be informed that with the current design of Outlook.com, the option to sign up of @live.com domain is not available. Microsoft is retiring the ability to get new @Live.com email address, you will only be given the option of an Outlook.com or Hotmail.com addresses. Existing Hotmail and Live.com accounts will ...


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best way is to go to control panel -->Select User Accounts --> Mail --> then there will be a 'Profile' tab just select respective profile and click on 'REMOVE'... Bingoooooo


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http://community.pmail.com/forums/thread/36737.aspx It's a text file, just grep for e-mail addresses.


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Specific names can be added as "aliases" under Users → admin → Account. A global catch-all address can be configured under Google Apps → Gmail → Advanced → Routing.


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You should check your /etc/postfix/master.cf configuration file and see if Postfix is configured to pass on all incoming emails to virtual users. Basically, the following lines should be present: dovecot unix - n n - - pipe flags=DRhu user=vmail:vmail argv=/usr/lib/dovecot/deliver -f ${sender} -d ${recipient} They are ...


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SMTPS+STARTTLS (explicit SSL/TLS) and SMTPS (implicit SSL/TLS) are equally secure, provided your e-mail client is implemented correctly and doesn't let you downgrade automatically if SSL/TLS isn't available. Essentially, a well-implemented e-mail client configured to use STARTTLS should simply fail if it doesn't manage to use STARTTLS and establish this ...


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A log time past from the question... Just for record... by this time I found this links. Maybe this can be helpful to someone. Provide connector to Exchange Server - Calendar not yet implemented. http://thunderbirdtweaks.blogspot.com.br/2011/11/thunderbird-and-exchange-owa.html At the bottom is a link to the Thunderbird Plugin. One more useful link. ...


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Enable "Access for less secure apps" This should work. I tried. https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps


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(reposting the answer I had prepared on SO) Your SPF record is v=spf1 a mx ptr include:secureserver.net ~all This allows sends from: a → studentclutter.com host (23.229.191.2) mx ➜ mail.studentclutter.com. (a CNAME for studentclutter.com, so 23.229.191.2 too) ptr → Any ip matching your domain when doing a reverse lookup. As 184.168.200.138 is ...


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Yes and no. It's certainly possible to make a MTA talk SMTP over a nonstandard port – but only if the server on the other end is expecting that. And you'll find that nobody, ever, listens for SMTP on port 80 – so your server would spend most of its time trying to talk with someone's Apache. For server-to-server mail exchange (MX), it's port 25, ...


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In addition to Jente's answer I will advice you to check the ports of the routers 'above' the two machines you have. The specific ports for mailing should be allowed and pointed to the second machine for the emails and the http/https ports should be allowed and pointed to the apache server machine.


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You might look at the "reply to:" address that is configure in your Outlook. Whatever that is set to will be the recipient of any replies to emails you send out. Make sure it is set to your "me(only)" email address and it will not go to everybody else.


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Create an Outlook 2013 rule which triggers when sending emails. Set it to make a copy of the sent mail to your outlook's sent item folder. This rule will be a local-machine only rule because its behaviour is having to do with multiple mailboxes. As for gmail's sent items, when you use gmail's service to send an email, it will be automatically recorded in ...


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This is the way the IMAP works. I believe you've managed to configure your Gmail account in Outlook as IMAP. This is why you see your sent emails in its Sent Items. If you want to use another folder for sent messages, you may want to add the PST file and make it the primary storage. Another way is to add Gmail account as POP3.


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You need to create an A-Record (of www) that will point to the public IP of your webhost. This will make your website available for everyone. For mail, you need to create another A-Record, that will link eg. mail.domain.com to the public IP of your mailserver. Besides that, you need to create an MX-record that points to the mail.domain.com record. ...


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You can assign default folders for Sent, Drafts, Trash, and Junk in my version of Gnome e-mail client Evolution (3.10.4). In the Account editor under 'Defaults' you can assign 'Special Folders' for Sent and Drafts as well as 'Use a real Folder for Trash' for Trash and Junk.


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There can be multiple programs behind the mail command on linux, but they should generally accept the -s options. However, the ones I tested require the email addressee to come after the options. Try this command instead: mail -s 'subject' root < ~/.bashrc This syntax has always worked for me.



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