Outlook 2007 send error or failure, message remains in Outbox


F

fisherman

I cannot get Outlook to send an email. Receive works fine.

Outlook 2003 worked fine, other than the occasional email that got
stuck in the Outbox, when I revised it before it was sent.

I deleted all the emails in the Outbox of Outllok 2007 and tried a
simple test message. It would not send.

Any suggestions as to why send continues to fail, would be very
welcome.
 
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F

fisherman

I cannot get Outlook to send an email. Receive works fine.

Outlook 2003 worked fine, other than the occasional email that got
stuck in the Outbox, when I revised it before it was sent.

I deleted all the emails in the Outbox of Outllok 2007 and tried a
simple test message. It would not send.

Any suggestions as to why send continues to fail, would be very
welcome.


It now works.

I was getting the following error message:
"0x800ccc80 none of the authentication methods supported by this
client are supported by your server."

I seemed to have solved the problem by removing the check in the box
that my outgoing server requires authentication. I had tried something
along those lines with respect to the check box, but probably had not
gotten the right combination.

I got the suggestion from here:
http://microsoft-personal-applicati...public.outlook.general/1033781/1/Default.aspx
but apparently this is not a total fix, depending on one's use, so any
other suggestions would still be useful.
 

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