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Thanks! and then not. The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples' money. .......Margaret Thatcher Award for Community Excellence (A.C.E.) 2017 Achiever* *The views and opinions expressed on this forum I am trying to change Outlook to Chrome (Gmail), but I end up with 2 listings for Outlook and none for Chrome. his comment is here

Justin N (and others) verified this works. - Go to //www.yahoo.com - Log in using your email identity. - Check mail. - Log out. Still I can't send mail from any program. First, you need to do a quick test: Send an email to yourself using the email address of the Mail box that is causing problems. Incoming Mail Server: pop.mail.yahoo.com Use Port 465 and SSL Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.mail.yahoo.com Use Port 995, SSL and authenticate with the outgoing server.

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But evidently it does not work as a default program because when I click on a photo or file to use the "send to mail recipient" option, this is the message It's crazy that Windows 8 is set up so badly and they don't offer an official solution. If like most people, you are using the free service and you can't call AOL, the best thing to do is trawl the forums and see if you find an answer. Once they run the tool, the POP and SMTP server settings update with the correct server settings listed below.

If you can forward the email from GoDaddy to your Gmail account, I would go back to Gmail. You need to work with IT folks from those areas to get this issue resolved. It says I need to associate them. I am going to send a message toATTU-verseCare as well.

I think they suggest gmail (of course), so just make a gmail account to send links etc. You are going to send email to SendMove CommentMove | AT&T Community Forums Sign up Sign up | Log in Explore close navigation menu AT&T Community back Helpful Links Community I'd say 90% of my clients have faced this problem and it drives people nuts. https://www.howto-outlook.com/news/attpasswordprompt.htm December 12, 2016 Microsoft Introduces Green Screen of Death Exclusively for Windows Insiders December 29, 2016 Microsoft Teams: Hands-on Review of the Latest Chat-based Workspace December 12, 2016 Instagram Windows 10

E-mail Server Settings - All CustomersAT&T's POP/SMTP settings changed to inbound.att.net and outbound.att.net. If it's a simple answer, I'm happy to give it to you. Not sure if I'm even re-typing in the correct password, but it's not telling me it's wrong. More Reading: About Brian Burgess Based in MN, Brian Burgess is Editor in Chief at groovyPost.

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You might know it but if not, I hope to save some people the hell I went through. Click here to troubleshoot now! Outbound.att.net Keeps Asking For Password Can you help? At&t Webmail At least it doesn't on my Windows 8.1.Thank you for you input, however, and I have tried it over and over and does not work for me.

Called again and this lady saidit will cost $15.00 for them to get into my computer to correct.Not doing that option.Thinking of calling Mac support? this content If that doesn't work, take it to Apple and tell them what they want to do. instead of pop.att.yahoo.com IT IS NOW: inbound.att.net and instead of smtp.att.yahoo.com IT IS NOW: outbound.att.net ALSO check the box to: Remember password, User name is Email address and then email password. Contact the vendor for additional information.

But, the password isn’t the problem. This is from Joseph, confirming Kev's experience: I had a terrible problem with Outlook not remembering my password. The SMTP Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.gmail.com. weblink How do I force it to be the Default Thanks Reply TS September 22, 2015 at 11:05 am # I guess no one has an answer for this scenario?

Live/Outlook is the only app that will allow you to send links to web pages, etc. If it's more complex we could do a phone consult, but I charge for my time. Here’s how to change it to a different desktop email program like Outlook.

POP Server: inbound.att.net SMTP Server: outbound.att.net (requires authentication) Mail Ports: Incoming Mail Port #995: SSL Checked; Outgoing Mail Port #465: SSL Checked by, ATTU-verseCare Need more help?

It seems to appear and disappear without rhyme or reason. After that I keep getting error messages. I too just bought a computer with Windows 8.1 and am having the same issues with trying to send a picture, receiving the message, "Create an E-mail Association in Default Programs Click to verify BBB accreditation and to see a BBB report.This link will open a new window link.

AT&T, Globe logo, Mobilizing Your World and DIRECTV are registered trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies. He said if it ever recurs simply reboot my modem and it will reset. I asked to change my password. http://ixpix.net/windows-live/relocating-windows-live-mail.html Reply sweetiepie November 16, 2014 at 3:42 am # No one could, except someone named Nancy.

I'm not sure how I... Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Email me when someone adds a comment here. I have done most everything you recommended and I'm still having a problem. Glad I could help.

Reply Irene November 15, 2014 at 12:36 pm # Thank you for this!!!! Reply 28 John Carroll July 23, 2014 at 7:22 am Hi Terry - I know of no way to lock in the SMTP settings. It's back to where it was. Next, I want to remove Yahoo from any contact with Win Live Mail.

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