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    Default Problems sending email

    This started happening about 2 weeks ago. I haven't bothered with it since I don't send much outgoing mail from my domain, it's the incoming mail I worry about.

    Whenever I try sending mail I get the following message through outlook exp.

    Alert
    You have received an invalid certificate. Please contact the server administrator or email correspondent and give them the following information:

    Your certificate contains the same serial number as another certificate issues by the certificate authority. Please get a new certificate containing a unique serial number.



    Anyone have any idea what causes this?

    mail server is setup as mail.mydomain.com port 110
    password hasn't changed or anything...

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    It sound like your using SSL?
    "Whatcha mean I shouldn't be rude to my clients?! If you want polite then there will be a substantial fee increase." - Buddha

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    Sounds like it.

    But i'm not.

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    is it possible your ISP no longer lets you use SMTP servers other than theirs?

    I know mine (cox) doesn't.
    Dan Blomberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Oz-
    is it possible your ISP no longer lets you use SMTP servers other than theirs?

    I know mine (cox) doesn't.

    Good question, I just sent an email from paypal@mydomain.org to admin@mydomain.org It works fine.

    Sending anything out from 'admin' gives me an error though. No settings have changed.. it's really weird.

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    Can you try an email client besides OE (horrible client IMHO) to see if the results are the same?

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    Try setting up the incoming server to just yourdomain.com without the mail. root..

    i.e;

    "incoming mail server: mydomain.com"

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    Aze, you know this thread is from october of 2005, right?
    Dan Blomberg

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    .... wooooowww.... it's been a long time since I've been on these forums, I didn't know they were so dead.

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    that is a good thing, to me shows all is running smoothly

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