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Member Since: ‎12-03-2005
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FOXMAIL

How do I configure my FOXMAIL email client?

Why does it keep saying that the domain name is wrong for the email address that I am sending it to?

I have the mail settings correct but I can receive my mail but cannot send mail.
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Member Since: ‎08-03-2005
Posts: 683
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Re: FOXMAIL

im guessing you are talking about your comcast email

settings are as follows
incoming pop3 : mail.comcast.net
port : 110
outgoing smtp : smtp.comcast.net
port : 25

if anything use port : 465 outgoing and 995 incoming if any problems...
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Member Since: ‎10-01-2003
Posts: 14,085
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Re: FOXMAIL

> Why does it keep saying that the domain name is wrong
> for the email address that I am sending it to?

It sounds like you have a message in your outbox, waiting to be sent, that has an invalid address on it, and that's blocking everything.

Take a careful look at the outbound messages. Make sure there isn't one that's addressed to a non-existent domain, like "someone@msn.cmo" (instead of "msn.com").
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Member Since: ‎06-30-2003
Posts: 88
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Re: FOXMAIL

Are you using Foxmail 5? Maybe Comcast hasn't got the handle on Chinese e-mail clients just yet.
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Re: FOXMAIL

"american parts, russian parts, they are all made in china..." Armageddon...