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    pfk Guest

    Default problem sending email from non-administrator account

    My email fine from Administrator's account on computer , it is the default
    in Windows mail. I have Vista SP2. How can I use the same email a/c from a
    different user account on the computer? It opens up as the default again in
    Windows Mail & receives but will not send in my personal a/c. I get this
    message

    • The message could not be sent. The authentication setting might not be
    correct for your outgoing e-mail ISMTP server. For help solving this problem,
    go to Help, search for Troubleshoot Windows Mail’, and read the “I’m having
    problems sending e-mail’ section. If you need help determining the proper
    server settings, please contact your e-mail service provider.

    Account: ‘mail.o2.co,uk’, Server ‘smtp.o2.co.uk’, Protocol: SMTP, Server
    Response ‘550
    Relaying not allowed - please use SMTP AUTH.
    Port: 25. Secure(551j No. Server Error 550. Error Number Ox800CCC79

    "Relaying not allowed tells me nothing"

    Then it tells me

    You are not currently logged into your computer as an Administrator. This
    installer requires that the user be logged in as an Administrator. Please
    log out
    and log back in as an Administrator, and then restart the installer.

    I don't want to log in to the administrator's a/c all the time. I go to my
    personal a/c & can't send!

    I tried the Troubleshooting section and in the personal a/c checked all
    settings and did the authentication required bit, did the settings for the
    username &password used in the email in the first place (which works fine if
    I use their webmail) for secure setting for outgoing.

    Then i got these different error numbers:

    • Response 250 SIZE 15728640, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes, Server Error 250,
    Error Number
    (h80OCCC7D

    and
    • Account mail.o2,co.uk, Server mail.o2.co.uk’, Protocol: POP3, Server
    Response ., Port 110, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number. O00CCC18

    Surely I can do something to get it available to send in my personal a/c.

    Finally... everything is segregated, one set of mails in my personal and
    another set of mails in the Admin a/c. So I have 2 collections of mails
    although all in one a/c name! They come in from all senders but into two
    locations.

    Thank you

    --
    pfkchasintheblues

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  3. #2
    PvdG42 Guest

    Default Re: problem sending email from non-administrator account


    "pfk" <pfk@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:66F26ACA-6DE5-4EE5-8AE0-C4626E76C8A2@microsoft.com...
    > My email fine from Administrator's account on computer , it is the
    > default
    > in Windows mail. I have Vista SP2. How can I use the same email a/c from a
    > different user account on the computer? It opens up as the default again
    > in
    > Windows Mail & receives but will not send in my personal a/c. I get this
    > message
    >
    > • The message could not be sent. The authentication setting might not be
    > correct for your outgoing e-mail ISMTP server. For help solving this
    > problem,
    > go to Help, search for Troubleshoot Windows Mail’, and read the “I’m
    > having
    > problems sending e-mail’ section. If you need help determining the proper
    > server settings, please contact your e-mail service provider.
    >
    > Account: ‘mail.o2.co,uk’, Server ‘smtp.o2.co.uk’, Protocol: SMTP, Server
    > Response ‘550
    > Relaying not allowed - please use SMTP AUTH.
    > Port: 25. Secure(551j No. Server Error 550. Error Number Ox800CCC79
    >
    > "Relaying not allowed tells me nothing"
    >
    > Then it tells me
    >
    > You are not currently logged into your computer as an Administrator. This
    > installer requires that the user be logged in as an Administrator. Please
    > log out
    > and log back in as an Administrator, and then restart the installer.
    >
    > I don't want to log in to the administrator's a/c all the time. I go to my
    > personal a/c & can't send!
    >
    > I tried the Troubleshooting section and in the personal a/c checked all
    > settings and did the authentication required bit, did the settings for the
    > username &password used in the email in the first place (which works fine
    > if
    > I use their webmail) for secure setting for outgoing.
    >
    > Then i got these different error numbers:
    >
    > • Response 250 SIZE 15728640, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes, Server Error
    > 250,
    > Error Number
    > (h80OCCC7D
    >
    > and
    > • Account mail.o2,co.uk, Server mail.o2.co.uk’, Protocol: POP3, Server
    > Response ., Port 110, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number. O00CCC18
    >
    > Surely I can do something to get it available to send in my personal a/c.
    >
    > Finally... everything is segregated, one set of mails in my personal and
    > another set of mails in the Admin a/c. So I have 2 collections of mails
    > although all in one a/c name! They come in from all senders but into two
    > locations.
    >
    > Thank you
    >
    > --
    > pfkchasintheblues


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