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I am running Outlook Express version 6 on one computer. I have recently switched to a very reputable ISP. I'm a little disappointed because I left my former ISP, which is my new ones greatest competition in Canada. I knew quite a while ago, that for competition purposes, my new ISP merged with MSN, but I had no idea they were using hotmail as their outgoing mail server. I can still configure POP3 for incoming mail through Outlook Express, but my SMTP has an additional "HT" at the end, which my Norton Internet Security software does not recognize. I have to disable my security in order to send e-mail.

Why doesn't Norton recognize the "ht" after "SMTP"?

Why would a reputable ISP merge with MSN and make its customers pay for the junk service that is normally free of charge to anyone who desires it? It's not exactly what I thought I was going to pay for. The only difference is, the domain name is something different than "Hotmail." Also, there is a few hour delay before the recipients of my e-mails actually receive them, and vice versa. Sometimes, they don't receive them at all and I don't receive theirs.

I'm guessing that the problem is really with my new ISP, although they claim there is an "occasional" e-mail time delay due to hotmail's server being slow from millions of people around the world accessing it, but that doesn't explain why my former ISP didn't have the same inconveniences, even after they merged with Yahoo.

Is anyone here confident enough to guess whether this problem will be rectified, either with the hotmail server or Norton?


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No, I was wrong earlier. It isn't "ht" at all.

My incoming mail is: pophm. my ISP's name.ca

Outgoing is: smtphm. my ISP's name.ca

The error message says: Symantec e-mail proxy. An encrypted e-mail connection has been detected.

Outlook's error message is: Unable to establish a SSL connection with the server. Account: 'pophm.my ISP's name.ca', Server: 'smtphm.my ISP's name.ca', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '454 TLS not available due to temporary reason', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes, Server Error: 454, Error Number: 0x800CCC7F

I have been on the phone with my provider and they said that the problem is with Norton and should be updated in 2006.

But still, even with webmail, I just received an important e-mail (20 minutes ago) that was sent to me early this morning. I have also heard from a few people today saying that they have not received every e-mail I have sent. My mother just received an e-mail today that I sent to her nearly three days ago.

At least with the Outlook Express problem, I may have to uninstall Norton Internet security and do a custom installation for only the firewall and Anti-virus componants.

I have sent an e-mail question to symantec. Whether they receive it or not is another story.


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Good question. I don't really know. I just assumed they meant the year 2006, which kind of irked me, considering I just spent $114.00 on Norton Internet security 2005. I was previously using Mcafee.

I also assumed that the 2006 version of Norton would be available in the year 2006. I didn't realize it was already available.


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can you tweak your proxy??

personally I do not use Norton (symantec) Security Products...they slow your pc...and on a job once using their Raptor firewall, I nearly spit nails trying to get that hozer to work.
I like their pc tools, however, like speed disk, windoctor, etc.


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I tried everything to get it to work with my Outlook Express configurations. I noticed that it slowed my system down too, so I even bought some memory modules and gave my computer an upgrade. Great, that helped with the speed, but now that it's all said and done, Norton ended up costing me nearly $300.00.

And the most excellent news is that I had to uninstall the entire thing and subscribe to the interent security package my ISP offers.

Thanks, Norton. My thumbs are sore from snapping the memory modules in place, I'm out $300.00, and my brand new software will sit in a box on a shelf until it expires.

At least I gave my computer the upgrade it has needed for several months. Thanks for the motivation, Norton.


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Usually I use Exchange for work with mails,but one time I used OE,and something happened...My mails were corrupted.Fortunately myself helped-repair outlook express inbox.It is free as is known,moreover utility is able also keeps user mailboxes in files with dbx extension.

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Flutterbywingz said this in post #5 :
I tried everything to get it to work with my Outlook Express configurations. I noticed that it slowed my system down too, so I even bought some memory modules and gave my computer an upgrade. Great, that helped with the speed, but now that it's all said and done, Norton ended up costing me nearly $300.00.

And the most excellent news is that I had to uninstall the entire thing and subscribe to the interent security package my ISP offers.

Thanks, Norton. My thumbs are sore from snapping the memory modules in place, I'm out $300.00, and my brand new software will sit in a box on a shelf until it expires.

At least I gave my computer the upgrade it has needed for several months. Thanks for the motivation, Norton.

If I have the problems with contacts in my OE,when I usuallu use another trial tools.But couple days ago I found in google-address book viewer wab,and it solved my problems in a short time and free of charge.Moreover tool demonstrated how it restore Windows Address Books after various failures.


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quote:
Flutterbywingz said this in post #5 :
I tried everything to get it to work with my Outlook Express configurations. I noticed that it slowed my system down too, so I even bought some memory modules and gave my computer an upgrade. Great, that helped with the speed, but now that it's all said and done, Norton ended up costing me nearly $300.00.

And the most excellent news is that I had to uninstall the entire thing and subscribe to the interent security package my ISP offers.

Thanks, Norton. My thumbs are sore from snapping the memory modules in place, I'm out $300.00, and my brand new software will sit in a box on a shelf until it expires.

At least I gave my computer the upgrade it has needed for several months. Thanks for the motivation, Norton.

Yesterday I was in net and saw there a lot of nice tools.But I remembered about my deleted mails and accidentally found next program-repair outlook express file.It solved my issue in seconds and free of charge.Moreover software could unpacks dbx files and extracts messages in eml format, where it is possible.


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