Can't send email messages...


I had 5 email messages in my outbox that were never sent. I tried deleting
them when Outlook started it's scheduled send/receive routine.

Now I can't send any email message from any of the 4 different email
accounts I have. I can receive email messages fine but when trying to send, I
get the following error...

Task '(my_domain).com - Sending' reported error (0x80042109) : 'Outlook
cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server. If you continue to
receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service
provider (ISP).'

My SMTP server has not changed and is configured correctly, there are no
problems with the server. Again, I'm getting this error on all 4 of my email
accounts that all use different SMTP servers. Receving email messages is
working fine. It's definetly somthing in Outlook.

I've restared my computer several times and have run the Outlook diagnostics
program but nothing helps.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Joe


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i have exchange 2003 and i cant send email(message=undeliver) but i can recive email




I  am running exchange server 2003.  I currently have my exchange server pulling in my email from my gmail account.  When I am at a computer that is connected to the exchange server through the network I can send an receive email messages.  However when I am on my blackberry/cell phone I can only reeive email messages.  I would like to send email messages from my blackberry.  Has anyone had this problem and know how to fix the issue. 

This is how my email accounts are setup

gmail email forwarded to a email address alias.

-Hockeyfan




We cant send emails to any hotmail accounts. How could i identify if the problem is with our ISP or if i need another SMTP connector to route all email through?

Anyone with step by step instructions?

Thanks




This does not work for me or a few others I've seen posted. You can forward
a message to the phone's email address, but the rule does not do it
automatically.

"Megan T" wrote:

> You can set up a Rule using the Rules & Alerts dialogue to always forward
> incoming mail (or you can choose which types of mail to forward) to a
> specific email address. Use the text messaging email address that your phone
> company provides you with (for example, 1115551212@messaging.nextel.com) as
> the forward to email address.
>
> "Randy B." wrote:
>
> > How can you send email messages to a cell phone number?




i've created an outlook express account and whenever i send a message an
error will come up. and i cant send any messages

this is the error:

The host ''mail.optonline.net'' could not be found. Please verify that you
have entered the server name correctly. Account: ''mail.optonline.net'',
Server: ''mail.optonline.net'', Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No,
Socket Error: 11004, Error Number: 0x800CCC0D

please help
-lindsay




i've created an outlook express account and whenever i send a message an
error will come up. and i cant send any messages

this is the error:

The host ''mail.optonline.net'' could not be found. Please verify that you
have entered the server name correctly. Account: ''mail.optonline.net'',
Server: ''mail.optonline.net'', Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No,
Socket Error: 11004, Error Number: 0x800CCC0D

please help
-lindsay




I can't send email messages from Outlook 2007. I have set up my account with
the settings provided by my ISP (at&t), and my productis activated, but when
I click the Send button, the message goes to my Out box and sits. I get error
message 0x800CCC0F. I can receive messages just fine, I just can't send.

What do I need to do?




I cant send emails from my 2 accounts, the error is 0x800CCC0D.




I can't send email messages from Outlook 2007. I have set up my account with
the settings provided by my ISP (at&t), and my productis activated, but when
I click the Send button, the message goes to my Out box and sits. I get error
message 0x800CCC0F. I can receive messages just fine, I just can't send.

What do I need to do?




hello,
I have got 1 front end exchange server 2003 and 2 backend mail servers.
The problem is very unusual I have got few IMAP users they all can send and recieve email using IMAP.
I am a sys admin and i was able to send email using IMAP with my domain admin group membership but once i am out of domain admin
membership i cant . Similar all my existing member of staff they all can send n recieve using IMAP.

But new user i am creating in AD cant. Its only while sending i m getting error

The message could not be sent because the server rejected the sender's e-mail address. The sender's e-mail address was 'EmailAddress'. Subject 'Subject', Account: 'Account', Server: 'Server', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '454 5.7.3 Client does not have permission to submit mail to this server.', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 454, Error Number: 0x800CCC78 I refer to MS - KB at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/818778/en-usand i got exactly the same thing what mention on KB. I just dont understand what could be wrong. If it work for existing user then it should work for me. Also i try to compare the permission with normal IMAP user and myself. In the AD account security tab .Self Group was having permission like Read, Send , cHANGE Password.While i was not having those permission . I apply those permission  and started working. But after certain time all the permission automatically disappear. I will be please if you guys at MSEXCHANGE.org can help me on this...thanks Riz 




first msn account cant recieve or send emails error message reads
Unable to poll for new messages on your HTTP server. Account:
'aaacommercialcleaning', Server:
'http://oe.msn.msnmail.hotmail.com/cgi-bin/hmdata', Protocol: HTTPMail,
Server Response: 'Service Unavailable', Port: 0, Secure(SSL): No, Error
Number: 0x800CCCF0

2nd email account recieves emails but wont send
error message reads
This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.




Hi all,

My name is Georgie, I have recently started a new job and am trying to fix a few annoying problems that have been persisting for a number of years (apparently). Can any one advice, or have had experience with the following please.

"sometimes" I/we cant send Email, we have to copy and paste the message and resend it after closing outlook.

your help would be more that grateful.

Thanks,

Georgie




I have two users in a remote location that can't send emails from outlook.  They each have a user account and a remote account which are linked to their regulare account. They have never had a problem sending mail before but now they get a message saying "you do not have permission to send on behalf of this user".  I checked in Active Directory to make sure that their remote account has full mailbox rights on their account and it does. Also they can send mail if they log on to their computers with their regular account it is only when they log on with the remote user accounts to the server.  I hope this makes sense the way I explained it and if anyone can help I would appriciate it.

Thanks




Just stated today, We are able to send and recieve email inside our network, We can even recieve email from outside email address, but we cant reply or send email to an outside address. We are running exchange 5.5 spk 4. also in the Event logs it looks like that email administrator is loging into every mailbox and when you log into your own it records and event stating that your not the owner of the mailbox.




Hi guys,

I got the trouble to send email to one of my recipients, whose email address
is abc@company1.com. i always got the following non-delivery msg.

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject:
Another Test msg from Karen

Sent:
7/10/2005 11:49 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

Paul Turck on 7/10/2005 11:49 PM
There was a SMTP communication problem with the recipient's email server.
Please contact your system administrator.

However, two things need to be taken into account here.

a.. I can send the test msg from my home account without any trouble

b.. The "Invalid recipient address: abc@company2.com is not the same
address i sent the test msg to...

Any suggestion will be highly appreciated..tks in advance. Karen




Guys,

I just recently created my own account in AD, since exchange 07 is intergrated with AD, my account was fully accessible.

I just signed on to Outlook 03 and tried sending a test message to myself or my co-worker and it gave me this error "You do not have the permission to send the message on the behalf of specified user".

I went to to our domain controller and have created special "SEND AS" rights under security but i still cant send emails.

ONE WAY i can send emails is by going into outlook and changing the security option to "Always prompt for username and password". So everytime i enter my username and password. The emails get send perfectly. When i uncheck that option, emails get stuck with "You do not have the permission to send the message on the behalf of specified user".

HELP!!




My Outlook program will not send emails. I get the message Interface Not
Registered. I restored the computer to a date when it was working. No luck.
I recently received a download from Nero to uninstall the Nero program.
This may have caused the problem. Outlook Express still works OK.

Thanks,

Len Urban




I will send an email, in Outlook 03. it can be a new email or when i click on
reply. i will send it, click send/receive and the message bounces back

i then go into the send folder, open the message, re-send the message, click
send, send/recieve and then the message is sent.

Anyone know how to fix this? I looked for patches, but must have missed one

Thanks




I have comcast as my ISP and am running outlook 2003 I have made sure my
outgoing settings are set to 587 so that is not the problem I can receive
email but not send. I also have McAfee antivirus software. My error message
when I try to send email is as follows: Task 'mail.comcast.net - Sending
reported error (0x80042109) Outlook is unable to connect to your outgoing
(SMTP) email server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your
server administrator or your ISP. can anyone help?