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Second, the way I interpret it, /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head contains the system default for DNS, while /etc/resolv.conf contains the current default, correct? I prefer POP, and found this page. »customer.comcast.com/hel ··· y-email/To prevent spam and to ensure the security of our network and customers, Comcast no longer supports the use of port 25 At least I got it worked out. Where do they hire these people. check over here

Not a word about why our two different email programs -- Eudora and Pocomail -- had suddenly stopped sending mail. The error message says (fill in your own X): The connection to the server has failed. I was finally able to get my work ISP to provide an alternate port (not 587) and all is well again. But, I tried and nothing changed.

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By "same problem," what exactly do you mean? By putting lines in the head file it will add the nameserver line, even if DHCP is used. XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS XDetails of the problem you are having. 0 Kudos Posted by whoshe ‎09-05-2011 04:22 PM Contributor View All Member Since: ‎11-08-2009 Posts: 32 Message 3

  • iMac, Mac OS X (10.4.11) Posted on Jul 6, 2012 11:14 AM Reply I have this question too Q: Can't receive e-mail, Port 0 timed out Hide Question All replies Helpful
  • What city are you in, Judith?
  • I tried once before in 2005 after nearly an entire summer of poor Comcast connectivity.
  • However, the problem is that techs are officially not responsible for troubleshooting non-comcast email issues.
  • all to 300, no help here either Any ideas how to fix?

Still does not work. There is an additional email account on the desktop that is working fine I can send and receive emails, just not to MYSELF I recently upgraded my If you are just curious and interested in keeping an open mind, then this information will help you to weigh these kind of goings on, like this email issue for example, I thought I was reading my own blog. Thunderbird Smtp Timeout Setting This linkto that part of the forum describes choosing a router. 0 Kudos Posted by whoshe ‎11-29-2011 10:15 AM Contributor View All Member Since: ‎11-08-2009 Posts: 32 Message 18

Check Log On Using and type in your Comcast username and password. Thunderbird Sending Of Message Failed Smtp Server Timed Out Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Thunderbird Topic Fix slowness, crashing, error messages and other problems System Details More system details Additional System Details Application User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; UNDER SERVERS TAB CHECK THE BOX FOR "MY SERVER REQUIRES AUTHENTICATION"… UNDER "ADVANCE" TAB EXCHANGE THE DEFAULT OUTGOING PORT 25 WITH "465". AND of course they are not open at 2 in the morning!

THIS FIX IS GOOD FOR COMCAST IN THE SF BAY AREA. Connection To Outgoing Server Smtp Smtp Gmail Com Timed Out The time now is 07:50 PM. Account: ‘XXXX', Server: ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xx', Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E Gee that's helpful, isn't it? Reply With Quote 09-12-2010,02:53 PM #5 cynev1 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Sep 11, 2010 Posts 2 Specs:MacBook Pro version 10.5.8 processor 2.2 GHz Intel COre 2 Duo memory

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And, no more email could be sent. Upgrade to 2007 and then after that you can upgrade to 2008. Smtp Server Timed Out Thunderbird I am a bit astonished to read that actionparsnip gets a reply from 68.87.20.10 when he pings imap.comcast.net, but you get a reply from 96.114.157.78? Outgoing Server Smtp Timed Out I would say email me direct but I currently dont have a way to respond!

I am going to try some solutions this morning. check my blog Phil Norisez (norisezp) said on 2015-06-22: #3 Further, I can ping 68.87.20.10 directly with the ping utility. But it was not compromised, and only processed a few messages a day. Me, I don't care. Thunderbird Connection To Server Timed Out Gmail

The outgoing mail server is smtp.comcast.net, as pointed out by both Carole and Beth. Reply Lynn in PHL on December 2, 2008 at 11:25 am Thank you to everyone for your insights into this farce which is Comcast email. I am using Outlook 2003. http://supportcanonprinter.com/timed-out/thunderbird-connection-to-server-timed-out-gmail.html That is incorrect.

No Comcast here - Verizon for now. Thunderbird Timeout I went ahead and let the call go thru and told the rep I WANT A MANAGER! Would rather get a root canal without anesthesia than call those idiots again!!

To check the firmware on your router, go to the router company's web site.

Click Advanced tab and change your Outgoing Server to 587 Click OK and then click Test Account Settings and you’ll be fine. My guess is by customer… and they will probably eventually block port 587 on me in the future, but it works now. Phil Norisez (norisezp) said on 2016-11-27: #12 This seems to have gone away in more recent versions of ubuntu/evolution/comcast, so setting this post to solved. Sending Of The Message Failed Thunderbird Reply Won on September 19, 2007 at 6:47 pm Try this it works for me in Seattle When you click the enable SSL it will change back to 25 so be

Third, where can I go to find out more about DNS handling under ubuntu and/or linux in general? How do I check if the firmware is up to date on my wireless router? 0 Kudos Posted by BethKatz ‎11-29-2011 09:54 AM Customer Expert View All Member Since: ‎11-14-2006 Posts: I rebooted modem and no more timeouts in Thunderbird. http://supportcanonprinter.com/timed-out/the-server-returned-the-error-the-connection-to-the-server-imap-gmail-com-on-port-993-timed-out.html Reply ComputerJunkie on April 9, 2008 at 3:23 am Comcast just bought out Insight in IL and I hated to transfer over to their servers but finally had to. #1 I

It seems to me that I should have been told at the outset I couldn't use all numbers in my password. I thought there might be a problem with the chanheover so I set up a yahoo email account. Then you'll know if it's just an issue isolated to your cox.net email account. You saved me calling and wasting hours with Comcast.

I got hit by this today with no warning. Thank you, thank you, thank you. If there was any competing product in my market I would switch in a heartbeat. I use comcast to connect to the internet, located in chicago, but do not use comcast for email at all.

Reply Richard on June 11, 2009 at 2:29 pm Same problem here in SW MI - couldn't even send with port set at 587. If they do not, ask if they have another port they recommend. I've gone through the step by step instructions in your previous post with no change.