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Unable to send e-mails from iPhone/iPad

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Over the past week or two I have noticed that I am unable to send e-mails from my iPhone and iPad.  I am still able to receive e-mails.  For the outgoing mail server I'm using smtp.comcast.net.  Prior to this it was working successfully for many months and I have not made any changes to the Comcast e-mail account settings on the iPhone/iPad.

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dadockter wrote:

Over the past week or two I have noticed that I am unable to send e-mails from my iPhone and iPad.  I am still able to receive e-mails.  For the outgoing mail server I'm using smtp.comcast.net.  Prior to this it was working successfully for many months and I have not made any changes to the Comcast e-mail account settings on the iPhone/iPad.


What port are you using for smtp?



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It appears to have been caused by the the POP Account Name being Comcast (which it has always been).  I changed it to my name and the e-mails are being sent properly.  I also discovered it was not impacting all e-mail domains. For instance I was able to send e-mails to my corporate account. But not to gmail and sbcglobal accounts. I wonder if their global spam filters were trapping these?