SSL config looks correct.
I sent an email for work Bcc'd to 32 ppl at 11.58m, 6 minutes later queued emails will not send
I have only had problems since the installation of the NBN, in Dec/Jan email refused to send due to an SSL issue, 7 days later randomly started working again
so I went thru the Registry (don't try this at hm kiddies..) & deleted (almost) every reference to *Qualcomm (the mail prog not the hardware) AND *Eudora*
I dug out an old version of
EudoraStats.xml on the premise these other 2 are the last known date-modified files in the Eudora root directory.
Started up Eudora BINGO everything works
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Sending email to multiple recipients usually occurs when the outgoing mail service is not authenticated. Ensure, your email outgoing setting is authenticated to avoid this issue.
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Thank u 4your reply
It would appear no amount of tweaking works
I've tried auth / not auth / no SSL
The symptom occured before as I have noted due to a Cert failure - also there is a new mess that showed up but I can't replicate that said more or less
"I.P. is fake"
I can't reproduce the warning screen I received -
I do know that the last time this happened was a feature of SSL compatability, which righted itself after 7 days.
I have 20 years of using this Email software & my ability to access all atttachments and Mailboxes archived.
If there is a way for me to 'set' the IP in Eudora - I'm still not sure I can find a way it appears married to the SSL Cert - I would try this
Is there an IP that represents the TPG server, & is there a certificate I can install that's not somewhere in Britain or the US?
Just a brief summary on the issue, you are using Eudora e-mail client, with your ozemail e-mail add, on a TPG NBN internet connection.
On case like this, normally the incoming is managed by the e-mail provider and the outgoing is managed by the either e-mail provider or ISP. On your case you are using the ISP.
Can you please try and change the outgoing port to either 587 or 465?
Ok a new symptom
I can alter the ports - this page comes up
587 produced same result as before
465 however, is sitting aroung 'spinning' thinking about sending, but not complying.
Also - is there a certificate tpg could send me?
Can you try your TPG Account E-mail address on your Eudora? Use the settings on https://www.tpg.com.au/support/generalsetting.php
Check if you can send & receive e-mails using this address.
Please advise us of the result.
For your other e-mail address, if you have made any changes to your e-mail settings after this issue occured, please revert back to the default settings and then restart the router. Check if that will fix it.