Yes. Both prodigy and beethoven require authentication, and the box is checked on both accounts.Originally posted by CLarsen:
Does your POP3 account allow you to authenticate to the outgoing mail server? That may be the problem. Our server will reject your connection if it doesn't know who you are.
What's so strange is that about once a week, all my outbox messages actually get sent! I have no idea what's going on, but I'll speculate in public. I have a friend whose email always rejects messages from my beethoven account because it's been identified as a source of spam. I don't know if the definition of "a source of spam" comes from the email service or from outfits like Norton, but I have Norton on my computer. Although I've tried to turn off all Norton protection while sending email through beethoven, it doesn't seem to make any difference. My speculation is that Norton won't let me send mail through beethoven, and I don't know how to keep it from doing that.
BTW, if I forward a message that came through prodigy, it goes out on prodigy, and if I forward a messae that came through beethoven, it tries to go out through beethoven. New messages try to go out through beethoven.
I have enough knowledge to be dangerous on this topic, though. Certainly not enough to be have any confidence that I'm right.