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Phil Norisez (norisezp) said on 2015-07-07: #10 I am still getting the message from evolution, but it doesn't seem to be affecting email fetching, so I guess that it IS a Lo & behold, we were suddenly able to send attachments. But 25 and 465 still work fine for most users. I was able to send 1 email, and it shut down again. check over here

See that other people with different mail programs are having the same problems. Since comcast's migration we haven't had a day without issues. I use email from my domains, using Comcast as the conduit to connect with the remote domain servers. So I set my personal email to 587.

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And I pity the Comcast customer who isn't as dogged in hunting down the source of their send problem or computer savvy enough to rectify it. To humor us, please retype the information for the account in Mail's account preferences. The instructions for doing this if you use a PC are back in the beginning of this thread. Funny thing is, I also found references to using port 587 on Comcast's own website - and still, the support people don't mention it!

  • No warning that port 25 was being closed, no mention of it when I called looking for help.
  • We were able to send email, but not with attachments.
  • I rebooted modem and no more timeouts in Thunderbird.
  • What a headache that is… but fortunately I did some Googling & found this topic before doing that.
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  • After all my frustration I finally decided to use my incoming mail server as my outgoing mail server with the default ports(110 and 25).

Okay..sooo while I was on hold, I was nice enough to open Outlook 6 and set up my default e-mail in there so they COULD talk to me with support. Alternatively, you might consider custom A - MX records to host your mail directly with Comcast. Well, I had recently done that and had to do online chat with them forever and let them do remote access and nothing has been the same! Thunderbird Smtp Timeout Setting The error message says (fill in your own X): The connection to the server has failed.

Port is 995. Thunderbird Sending Of Message Failed Smtp Server Timed Out I suspect they are really doing it to limit liability for any future potential lawsuits, and not really to save bandwidth, but I have no problem with that. Up until recently, Comcast has been the only game in town. Looks like a great presentation at that video - now if I could just find 2 hours to watch it!

Will these always be the same for me, or dothey change on a whim. Connection To Outgoing Server Smtp Smtp Gmail Com Timed Out Under account information Description: comcast Email address: [email protected] Full Name: your name Incoming mail server: mail.comcast.net User Name: username <= no @comcast.net here Password: your comcast password Outgoing Mail It is that evolution reports an error. Not having email work correctly is certainly a pain.

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I did not check the "this server requires an encrypted connection" box. Reply Jerry on October 29, 2007 at 6:52 am Well I figured it out…I had to change my SMTP settings to "mail.comcast.net" to SEND e-mail from home. Smtp Server Timed Out Thunderbird Start here. CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Outgoing Server Smtp Timed Out Verizon FiOS I'd try it in a minute if I could get it, but i can't - Reply Bob on January 10, 2008 at 1:37 pm IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ: Comcast

I'm still in fits over it. check my blog guess what all letters. And most won't touch mac mail even though they have access to walkthroughs. Jul 6, 2012 6:04 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by minnron56, minnron56 Jul 7, 2012 12:08 PM in response to BDAqua Level 1 (0 points) Jul 7, Thunderbird Connection To Server Timed Out Gmail

Switching away from Comcast may work for a while but this issue is a Virus. Reply Arty on February 23, 2008 at 8:48 am Read below, it worked for me, thanks bob. There is some aphorism about ASSUME ...Comcast has added IMAP service. http://arnoldtechweb.com/timed-out/yahoo-mail-operation-timed-out.html The tech guy claimed that he did not do anything but I am not stupid and I know that he did since I did nothing different.

I have again tried the various pings, confirming my previous report of IPs in all respects. Thunderbird Timeout January Desktops [Microsoft] by Jackarino© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode

Skip to main content Switch language Skip to search X Tap here to go to the mobile version And to make matters worse, I go to Symantec to see about maybe setting something to allow the ports-just a stab in the dark for selfteching…and their answer on their site??

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Fun stuff, FYI - port 587 seems to work for Network Solutions hosted email Reply Pete on September 8, 2008 at 2:26 pm I also spent hours and hours troubleshooting this Reply With Quote 09-11-2010,01:48 PM #4 MYmacROX View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Mar 17, 2009 Posts 3,625 Specs:2008 15" MBP Yosemite, 2012 21.5" iMac Yosemite Originally Posted by cynev1 I can send using Comcast's email (I prefer Thunderbird). Sending Of The Message Failed Thunderbird Its crazy.

I have no virus and do not send anywhere near 1000 emails a day. The server returned the error: The connection to the server “comcast.net” on port 995 timed out. i shouldn't have to do that. http://arnoldtechweb.com/timed-out/mac-port-22-connection-timed-out.html If you are using mail.yourdomain.com for your SMTP outgoing mail server, then you get an error saying "unable to connect to the mail server" even though it just successfully connected to

I cannot find (and I've asked them this on the phone) ANYwhere they are publicly explaining or discussing what the heck they're doing, or why. To make matters worse, users are finding out one at a time, because Comcast is slowly rolling out these changes user by user in individual markets around the country. After hours of messing around, uninstalling virus protection and firewalls, reading forums, I even tried the alternative port 587 but that didn't work at first because in addition to having to How to fix 'connection to server timed out' error? 1 reply 67 have this problem 27737 views Last reply by colinjohnston 1 year ago colinjohnston Posted 7/19/15, 1:54 PM I'm having

If that doesn't do the trick, perhaps someone else has some suggestions. hehehe Reply V K on October 15, 2007 at 1:07 pm I am happy to report that port 465 has fixed my sending mail problem. below the line have Port: 995 and check Use SSL Authentication Password Then click on General or another account to be sure the settings stick. THEN CHECK BOTH BOXES FOR OUTGING MAIL "THIS SERVER REQUIRES A SECURE CONNECTION (SSL) AND INCOMING: "THIS SERVER REQURES A SECURE CONNECTION (SSL) TRY IT NOW ….

If you're using Comcast.net e-mail, reprovision your inboxes for the IMAP update. · actions · 2014-Dec-25 4:42 pm · train_wreckslow this bird downjoin:2013-10-04Antioch, TN train_wreck Member 2014-Dec-25 4:55 pm Is there That worked fine. Dashboard for XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform Get details on weather, traffic, sports and more all from your XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform Dashboard. Board index Change font This is because Comcast is blocking port 25 , which is your default port for sending email through your mail software.

So I need to redo, but I Can't find the link to recreate new webpages -can anyone help? UN-BE-leivable… What's wrong with them? Tried several different mail programs, spent at least 4 hours total time on the phone w/ Comcast to no avail. Don't understand.

I'm in Indianapolis, if that helps. There may be a problem with the mail server or network. I'm sure they would prefer you host your entire website with them, but that's probably the last thing you want to do. Phil Norisez (norisezp) said on 2015-06-22: #2 I can ping both imap.comcast.net and imap.g.comcast.net with the ping utility.

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