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Reply bob says: May 4, 2016 at 6:27 pm THANK YOU!!!!! I've got headaches already trying to resolve this for the last several days. Has anyone seen thisC> problem where its not an issue with the notification group, emailC> server configuration, or SendSmtpAnonymous?C> Charles 2007-06-25 12:04:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Thanks much Anders. Thanks for the help. this contact form

I now have to access my mail through my phone. Reply Junebug says: March 19, 2015 at 6:38 am This is the first site in like 100 that actually helped… thanks a ton… Reply Jefferis Peterson says: March 25, 2015 at Had a weird problem where it was asking for an SMTP password for an account that was long since completely deleted from Mail. I have tried it before, but didn't alter the library file. anchor

A few days ago when I open the Outbox and scroll to the bottom, there was a message saying: no connection and offering retry (which did not work when I tried Spent many days /hours trying to get yosemite to work outgoing mail on iMac when same accounts on macbook pro worked fine - I eventually got it working by working through So…I went through the long, laborious and stressful process of doing a clean install. I would appreciate it if anybody could offer suggestions that might help.

OK × Contact Support Your account is currently being set up. Reply Peter says: May 10, 2015 at 3:57 pm These are rather detailed instructions for what worked for me. I fixed it using a partial of Option 2 above which I think is quicker. Also, how do youC> get to the IIS logs?

Reply Margie says: May 29, 2015 at 8:14 pm Neither way worked. First quit Mail. Type in the SMTP information that you know should work. 8. http://microsoft.public.mom.narkive.com/andZRYhr/failed-to-send-smtp-message Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. × Sign In Request Continue × Accounts Linked The following accounts are linked...

I've tried ALL the online advice and it is still not working. That's what fixed it for me at least. When I tested it, sending outgoing mail worked alright but it's the incoming that has become problematic. It has exactly the problem described here since I upgraded from Mavericks; i.e., outgoing SMTP email always puts the outgoing smtp server "offline".

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Just about the same number of frames and byte counts are the same (Isee the pattern). http://computerhelpdev.com/failed-to/failed-to-connect-smtp-server-timeout.php It does not happens with iCloud, but most of my e-mail must go through verizon's accounts. Why release a buggy up graded OS?? I can't get that checkbox to stick.

When I use the pull down list, I can select and save the exchange option, however when I come back into these settings for Exchange, it still shows "None". If this is due to a bug in OS X Yosemite Mail app, a fix will likely be released to address the issue without having to modify any plist file yourself. That would have been very helpful, because I assumed for most of the day that the problem was that the event wasn't being detected, not that the notification was failing. navigate here I just paid almost $1600.00 dollars for my new iMac14 and i have to FIX MY MAIL MANUALLY (and possibly putting my security at risk)?????

It's appears to be encrypted so cannot decipher.Anything I can do more to troubleshoot this? using yosemite Reply Blake says: February 20, 2015 at 2:22 pm I still have no luck sending mail Reply Blake says: February 20, 2015 at 2:32 pm It did not work The problem has been escalated t the engineering team.

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I did some reconfiguration, deleted my Yahoo mail account then added it again, using a new authentication app specific password from Yahoo. Your #2 work around fixed the issue…. Just about the same number of frames and byte counts are the same (Isee the pattern). Happy man right now :D Reply Marc says: December 23, 2014 at 8:12 pm I have now spent 8 hours over 5 days to try and resolve this issue with a

The problem still exists, exactly as it was in Mavericks. (The clean install made my external hard drive disappear off my list of devices. I have had enough of their ineptitude and bullpoo and will refuse the charge to my credit card. My final recipe to get it right with "common SMTP servers": a.) disable the automatic configuration of the account. his comment is here Settings are all correct, but mail won't send emails.

Reply ijnt says: July 16, 2015 at 9:45 am I would recommend downgrading from OS X EL Capitan Beta to OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 and then no longer running any beta