cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Sat Feb 25 21:45:42 GMT 2006
On Saturday 25 February 2006 22:09, Lithion wrote:
> In your situation you need to configure the SMTP servers for the two
> ISPs you have. When you are composing your email select "View->Mail
> Transport". This will allow you to pick the SMTP server to send your
> email through.
Hi Lithion. Thanks for proving me wrong, in thinking that the only resort was
messing with defaults in Kmail config. I will try this out next time I'm
logged into my "pay by the minute" ISP, but am sure it will work.
So much to learn, and such a short time to learn it in. Nigel.
> On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 03:30 pm, sol & diederic wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I can connect to 2 ISPs (X and Y) using dial-up.
> > Connections occur. However, I can sned and receive though X with no
> > problem. I've set Y up similar to X, using of course an other address
> > and password, same port 110 receiving (pop3 acc) and sending smpt,
> > port 25.
> > When connected to Y and sending a message, for example to myself at X,
> > the following error message appears:
> > Sending failed.
> > Message sending failed since the following recipients were rejected
> > by the server: myself at X Recipient address rejected. Access denied.
> > something about keeping in outbox.
> > The follwing protocol was used: kwik (which is the name of isp X)
> > end
> > However, I'm connected to Y.
> > If connected to X I can send the same message to myself at Y.
> > So my question is how to I set KMail to accept 2 isps? Kontact 1.1.2;
> > Using MandrivaLinux 2006.
> > Any suggestion would be helpful.
> > Thanks,
> > Diederic
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