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Old 01-17-2008, 03:39 PM
drgrant drgrant is offline
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I am having a really frustrating time atm..

(both laptop and desktop are using the same version of outlook with identical accounts)



Using outlook i am able to send emails from my desktop pc with no trouble.

Yet there are certain emails (only a couple) that i cant send to from my laptop.

I can receive emails from these people and have verified these emails are active and working from my laptop, using a verification program yet i get error 550 everytime i try and send something or reply to these addresses.

I am at a complete loss as to what is going on...
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Old 01-17-2008, 04:19 PM
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What is the full error that you are getting.

Most sending errors with outlook, end up being a setting or your anti virus or you server.. But if it's only with few messages that can't be sent, I'd look to see if you have any rules set up or have them blocked for sending.

Make sure it is only a few messages that can't be sent and not all.
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Old 01-17-2008, 05:18 PM
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sorry clarification.. its not certain emails that i cant send as im attempting just to send an email with "test" in sub and "test" in message body its the email addresses i cant send to im getting error message 550 (email address is invalid) yet its a valid email that i get emails from this person yet when i attempt to reply i get email address is invalid...

this is a joke considering its a friend of mine i have confirmed the email address is correct and he sends me mail from the email (which i can open no problems) that im being told is invalid and dosent exist
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Old 01-18-2008, 11:52 AM
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And you can send to this e-mail from your other computer with using the same e-mail account to send from?
If that is the case, look and see if you have this person in your contacts and if so remove the contact from outlook and try sending a e-mail to him. If that works you can go and add him back to the contacts. Some times a outlook contact can go bad. Or try sending to this contact after putting your computer in safe mode with networking ( if you are able to send to him in safe mode it's your anti virus that is doing this). If these don't work create a new profile in outlook ( to do this you have to go to the control panel click on the mail icon and then click on show profiles from here you will see ADD create a new profile and try send the e-mail. Make sure you enter all the right info for you e-mail account whe setup the new profile.) AFter creating the new profile you will see a option to prompt for a profile to be used ( make sure you put a dot in this oprion)


But if you are sending to this person from another computer, but using a diff e-mail account the problem is with your sever. ( most servers have a option on them to be able to block e-mails and you may have this e-mail blocked for sending to without even knowing it) As a microsoft outlook tech this is something I see often.

Also who is your e-mail account with ? and your ISP?
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