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matt
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2005-11-06, 10:53

i am not sure if the 10.4.3 upgrade broke my .mac mail? but ever since that point i can not send messages; i have no problems receiving mail? there are some people on the apple:support forums that changed the outgoing port number, but that didn't help me? does anyone else have this problem, and if so what is the work around?

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2005-11-06, 11:25

Mail works fine with .mac for me on 10.4.3 at home. At work, the port it requires is closed - it's not a "usual" port. Do you have any form of Firewall that could be sitting on it?
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2005-11-06, 11:51

no firewall, just the software firewall that comes with OS X. i have no idea what started this, but i am not the only one?
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