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Thread began 1/25/2010 6:04 am by jegoadby285710 | Last modified 2/08/2010 6:59 am by tw_e400476 | 6371 views | 3 replies |



I dont seem to be having much luck in getting the email application to work with
These are the settings for the email and iv been using the SMTP server setting on Port 2525 which is what there recommend i have tried the default port 25 as well.
IMAP server:
POP3 server:
SMTP server:

Iv attached the sample page and the application files that iv been using to test the application.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I found this message on the support page:

  Yes it is possible to send e-mails from your web page via a script. You should use our internal smtp server address, which is:  

the do not mention the port to use, but they say the SMTP server to use is

if you continue having trouble, contact them to see if they can provide you with a sample php email script that uses either the php mail() function, or uses Pear Mail for SMTP.

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Thank you very much ill give it a go today.



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tw_e400476 has been up and down like a yoyo this past couple of weeks and has been completely useless since last thursday. just google and you'll find loads of peaved people. Oh and its crap when its working as well as it only supporst 25 mails per day.

The settings to date have been:, port 25 no security and no password or user name but as its up the left who knows what the config is now.

all the best


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