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evansmike881
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Registered: ‎07-05-2012

Heart Internet Email Accounts

HI I am having a few problems sending email via my phone now on your network, i can recieve perfectly fine. My email account is with Heart Internet. Can you please help.

 

Thanks Mike

bengalknights
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Re: Heart Internet Email Accounts

Try using port 587 to send
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Re: Heart Internet Email Accounts

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Re: Heart Internet Email Accounts

Email Settings:
SMTP Server: mail.(domain)
Username and Password Required: tick
Username: [email address]
Password: [email password]

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madpugs
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Re: Heart Internet Email Accounts

Hope the below helps:

Server details:
Catalog URL: http://www.[domain]/acatalog/
CGI-BIN URL: http://www.[domain]/cgi-bin/
Codebase: ./
Path from CGI-BIN to Online Store Folder: ../public_html/acatalog/

FTP Details:
Server Host ftp.[domain]
Username: [account username]
Password: [account password]
Path to CGI-BIN: /cgi-bin/
Path from CGI-BIN to Online Store Folder as viewed by the FTP Server: leave blank
Use Passive FTP Transfers: tick

Script Settings:
CGI Script ID Number: 1
Extension: .pl
Path to the Perl shell: /usr/bin/perl
Use Relative CGI-BIN URLs in Catalog Pages: leave unticked

Upload Settings:
Ignore Passive Transfer Errors: tick
Use Enhanced FTP: leave unticked

Email Settings:
SMTP Server: mail.(domain)
Username and Password Required: tick
Username: [email address]
Password: [email password]

SSL Settings (if using):
The same as the Standard Settings with the following exceptions...
Catalog URL: https://web[server#].secure-secure.co.uk/[domain]/acatalog/
CGI-BIN URL: https://web[server#].secure-secure.co.uk/[domain]/cgi-bin/


With thanks to Malcolm Bailey of Artisan Internet for these details.