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Cant send email for my domain accounts

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Cant send email for my domain accounts

I have been with comcast for months nwo and had no issue at all with email until tonight.  Here is the situation...

 

In addition to my username@comcast.net email accounts, I have several email accounts associated with web sites that I run (for example webmaster@mydomain.com).  I have been sending and receiving email from all of my accounts (both comcast and and web site accounts) with no issues at all.  Tonight I cna no longer send from anything but my comcast accounts.  The error message that I am gettign is this...

 

There has been an error transferring your mail. I said: MAILFROM:<myacount@mydomain.com> and the SMTP server (smtp.comcast.net) said: 452.4.1.0... temporary failure

 

What do I need to do to resove this issue?

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Re: Cant send email for my domain accounts


DavidBoothe wrote:

I have been with comcast for months nwo and had no issue at all with email until tonight.  Here is the situation...

 

In addition to my username@comcast.net email accounts, I have several email accounts associated with web sites that I run (for example webmaster@mydomain.com).  I have been sending and receiving email from all of my accounts (both comcast and and web site accounts) with no issues at all.  Tonight I cna no longer send from anything but my comcast accounts.  The error message that I am gettign is this...

 

There has been an error transferring your mail. I said: MAILFROM:<myacount@mydomain.com> and the SMTP server (smtp.comcast.net) said: 452.4.1.0... temporary failure

 

What do I need to do to resove this issue?


 

DavidBoothe - can you private message me the username you're using for authentication, as well as some of the from email addresses that are involved?

 

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