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Verizon will soon ''no longer provide verizon.net email service''. They are offering an option to retain one's existing @verizon.net address by creating a new account with AOL, which is now owned by VZ. I assume this means that VZ is consolidating redundancy by shutting down their existing server and migrating everyone to the AOL ...
Good day all.
I am investigating the possibility of using a paid filtering
service offered by DuoCircle to run as our MX, which then in turn delivers
legitimate mail to our local Mercury32 server. I already have all users required to
authenticate over SMTP in order to send out email from phones, tablets etc. ...
i am configuring a send mail in a webhost test server of the company were i am making my education
in this configuration i use the MercuryS and MercuryE and the mail problem is when i try to send a mail to the GMX servers somehow i get :
''connection error during handshake with 22.214.171.124''
''connection error ...
We are running v4.72 on a virtualized Windows 2008R2 64bit server. It runs fine as a service except on rare occasions during high SMTP throughput, when it dies unexpectedly.
The Mercury logs show no errors; neither do the Windows event logs. There is always an abandoned partial message in the SCRATCH folder with a matching ...
Google's GMail service requires some extra configuration to work with Pegasus Mail. In particular, GMail has chosen to champion an authentication mechanism called OAUTH2, which is complex and not widely supported at the time of writing. To GMail, any application that does not use OAUTH2 is a ''less secure app'', a position that is both insulting ...
Check if there is any message in outgoing queue. If so, delete them. Close Pegasus and check if there are still any files ending on type PMW, PMX or PNX in your mailbox directory. Especially if there is any of these files or the corresponding PMO with size 0 Byte, delete them (or move them to another diretory). Then try again sending a new ...
I set up Thunderbird and it works fine.
My company is looking to enable homeworking for its employees. To be able to send mail using the Exchange server of the company is causing me headaches.
They use a Exchange 2010 server with SSL on port 995.
This is the copy of the log of the communication that I get when I want to send a mail through their smpt:
22:02:29.171: --- ...
We presently use Mercury/32 to manage mail for three domains. Our mail passes through a 3rd party filtering service.
We use Google Apps GMail for staff that are out of the office and who need to work in local authority offices. This is because the local authority will not allow IMAP connections. GMail is configured so that mail is routed ...
I have a problem with the Mercury SMTP server.
Here's a log of a session:
04:08:44.867: Connection from 126.96.36.199, Wed Dec 18 04:08:44 2013<lf>04:08:44.867: << 220 announcer ESMTP server ready.<cr><lf>04:08:45.240: >> EHLO q-86cf7b5066fb4<cr><lf>04:08:45.240: << 250-announcer ...