for providing its computer software that facilitates the management and configuration of Internet web servers. Login New Question Overview Unanswered Tags Users & Badges Back to www.paessler.com Chriz1977 Well-Known Member Joined: Sep 18, 2006 Messages: 191 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 16 Hi When I try to send email from Outlook Express I get 'socket error 10061'. So Symantec used to say this often and clearly. Before posting, please read the troubleshooting guide. weblink
How can I find out more information on this error to make sure there isn't a problem or something I need to fix? Solution: Open Mcafee VirusScan Console Open ‘Access Protection’ property, uncheck ‘Prevent mass mailing worms from sending mail’. Socket Error # 10039: There may be a problem getting the IP address for the hostname. Huh?
This is because the firewall is blocking the connection as the permissions for the SyncBackSE/Pro application (within the firewall) are being set to "Trusted Application" instead of "SYSTEM", which will give The error code is > 10061 "Connection Refused", from Eudora, Agent, and Outlook Express. > It happened before in November and disappeared. Has anyone seen this before or know how to fix it? MS has a new article about this error, however they only reference NT and exchange servers.
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What factors effect > whether an email is forward direct to the server specified in the > localdomains file, and which are then forward onto the main > destination server? Not logged in: The username and/or password is not correct. Socket Error 10061 Ppsspp if there is a break in the process described above, the returning SMTP code should give you more info on what went wrong. Socket Error 10061 Prtg Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 12 posts • Page 1 of 1 AndyK New user Posts: 7 Joined: 2008-01-01 18:52 Socket Error: 10061 Quote Postby AndyK » 2008-01-01 20:20
This allowed me to download and send > mail, despite being contrary to the my ISP (Comcast) instructions. > Just now, I decided to turn off the Alternate port setting and have a peek at these guys Steps: Access your firewall program. MS has a new article about this error, > however they only reference NT and exchange servers. How do I identify what ports are blocked without a lot pain? How To Fix Socket Error 10061
When this does happen the user knows right away as a large error message comes up and any outgoing messages that have been attempted to be sent will have gone nowhere It happened last week and just disappeared. Article Detail When testing an FTP connection you may receive one of the following errors: Socket Error # 11001, Host not found: Check that the hostname or IP address has been check over here The error code is > 10061 "Connection Refused", from Eudora, Agent, and Outlook Express. > It happened before in November and disappeared.
Scan failed on [/] with error code 13 The shutdown and reboot command line parameters do not work Using SBMS as the License Manager for SyncBack Touch Feedback and Knowledge Base Socket Error 10061 Outlook Express Socket Error # 10093: This can happen when the network connection goes down, e.g. This latest round with connection refused, I discovered a workaround by changing checking and sending mail settings in Eudora to use SSL "Required, Alternate ports".
Cheers ChrizClick to expand... We've just sent you an email to . The socket error is a Microsoft socket error, and its description is:Connection refused.No connection could be made because the target computer actively refused it. Ppsspp Socket Error 111 Cheers Chriz When I was young I used to break Windows, Now Microsoft does it for me! :D #1 Chriz1977, May 26, 2009 mtindor Well-Known Member Joined: Sep 14, 2004
What factors effect whether an email is forward direct to the server specified in the localdomains file, and which are then forward onto the main destination server? Is there something that I can look up or monitor in Windows? So far, Comcast isn't any help. this content Email scanning is just one of those layers.
It happened last week >> and just disappeared. Socket Error # 10038: If you are using Serv-U modify your FTP server settings so that the following are unticked: “Block anti time-out schemes”, “Block FTP_bounce attacks and FXP”, and “Block Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with Wikipedia and should not be confused with the website of Wikipedia, which can be found at Wikipedia.org. If you change the SMTP port to 587 it will only listen/send on port 587 at which point you will never receive email from anyone on the outside as it requires
Just now, I decided to turn off the Alternate port setting and went back to the recommended "If available, STARTTLS". In Cpanel you can configure it to listen on alternate ports. If set to block make appropriate change to allow. This allowed me to download and send mail, despite being contrary to the my ISP (Comcast) instructions.
the FTP server is no longer connected to the network. Always check that your routers firmware is up-to-date. If the problem still persists try accessing your firewall. Logical, but easy to miss if you are not reminded!
This article was helpful (thinking…) · Flag this article as inaccurate…Flag this article as inaccurate… · Admin → New and returning users may sign in Sign in prestine Your name Has anyone seen this before or know how to fix it? Email scanning slows down Sending and Receiving, sometimes enough that OE times out. I have turned off antivirus and the > firewall without any change.
I use Eudora, but isolated that > it is not Eudora as I couldn't use OE or Agent either. Verify listening ports by issuingCode: Select allnetstat -ano | find "LISTENING" What ^DooM^ meant was that your server won't be able to participate on the Internet if it's not using port