Thunderbird Error 5.7.1
Posts: 4 Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply iRedMail →iRedMail Support →[SOLVE] Relay access denied by using ThunderBird 3 Currently installed 3 official extensions. I also got error whilst Tbird tried saving Draft. I tried several addresses and none of them worked. Please check the message recipient xxxxxxxx and try again'. have a peek here
Setup another account with a free email provider such as Gmail and use that account's SMTP server with your existing account when traveling. you could easily find this out by contacting your ISP. PDawn Posted 11/24/14, 1:54 PM Question owner Ah ha, problem solved. Well, there's two options: He's wrong about requiring a username and password for outgoing email Your server is an open relay that allows anyone (including spammers) to use it to send https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1085441
When you say "port" you mean like "port 25" ? I dont want to get rid of thunderbird but it is not working. This page has been accessed 291,332 times.
Again, this is all should, and I may be the one with the incorrect analysis here. After this message, Thunderbird attempts to connect to my broadband provider but nothing happens. The mail server responded: sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts (#5.7.1). Please login or register.
Thanks again! Thanks for the help, Crazy'. i would check it all. my response At one time this was a common configuration.
Thunderbird said: An error occurred while sending mail. How to fix error message 5.7.1 11 replies 4 have this problem 2768 views Last reply by BGalaway 1 year ago BGalaway Posted 9/25/15, 6:07 AM Our internet provider recently updated I got these settings here https://bendbroadband.com/residential/support/detail.asp?kb=100084 Right click the account in the folder tree and select settings. Chosen solution Bend Broadband is an ISP, and I am connecting through them.
Please verify that your email address is correct in your Mail preferences and try again. I appreciate it. Log in or register to post comments #2 Tue, 09/08/2009 - 16:45 andreychek Howdy, One thing I'd do is verify that Thunderbird is set to authenticate for outgoing/SMTP emails. What's even stranger is one of my clients, who also uses Thunderbird, started having the same problem at the same time too.
I do have a password. navigate here and only exist in iRedMail -current version, so no addition operations are required for exist iRedMail users. ---- Does my reply help a little? eLearner0649 2010-04-24 05:57:17 UTC #8 My problem has been resolved. Permissions 4 Add "NT Authority\Self" to list 5 Click manage 6 Click Finish References Technet Forum explaining issue 0 Comments Read these next...
Most email providers don't care who uses thier SMTP server to send a message to somebody in the same domain, so it may look like everything is working until you try Christ1: Thanks for the reply. I have identical providers and email addresses on my desktop and my laptop. http://divxdelisi.com/thunderbird-error/thunderbird-email-error-log.html The mail server responded: 5.7.1
Clear as mud now? I am continually getting an error message when I attempt to reply to or send emails. 'An error occurred while sending mail. Had I been more observant I would have spotted that.
Had I been more observant I would have spotted that.
Content available under a Creative Commons license. However, if under the Account Settings for 'R' (ya know, it's really a good thing I did well in algebra, otherwise this would confuse the heck out of me!), you set The recipient might have some sort of mailbox restriction enabled such as only accepting messages from a distribution list, and the sender isn't on that distribution list. yes port 25 as this is the standard port for sending mail Shaun_OfTheDead said: I tried changing it in Thunderbird to port 110 (general use, right?) but still getting that same
but it may also point at hostgator or your ISP. Join Our Community Join our forums Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe with RSS Like us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on Twitter Partner with PortableApps.com Hardware providers Application Basics Name: Thunderbird Version: 38.2.0 User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:38.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/38.2.0 Profile Folder: C:\Users\Bill\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Profiles\xczevhfe.default (Local drive) Application Build ID: 20150813074416 Enabled Plugins: about:plugins Build Configuration: about:buildconfig this contact form Lui) Linuxian Guest Posted February 21st, 2006, 8:56 am Hello, I had the same problem.
I suspect the issue is on my provider's side, as they are changing over to a new email system and probably needs a change on their part. I undated Thunderbird a couple weeks ago. I suspect that bend broadband has an issue, they also may not be supporting Mozilla any more. Crazybanana said: have you recently updated thunderbird, antivirus / firewall / windows etc?
Pablo Kromey Posts: 253Joined: July 29th, 2004, 5:20 pmLocation: BFE, Alaska Website Posted April 12th, 2005, 4:10 pm You said you were trying to send a message received at 'R' If you get a error message that looks roughly like "5.7.1 Unable to relay" or "550 5.7.1 Relaying prohibited" when trying to send a message it probably means the SMTP server My broadband provider support say it is a Thunderbird issue. Daveh110 7 solutions 36 answers Posted 11/24/14, 12:18 PM Chosen Solution My first guess would be that the authentication settings in the Thunderbird don't match what the server requires. (For example
Crazybanana 2010-04-15 13:55:15 UTC #5 Shaun_OfTheDead said: When you say "port" you mean like "port 25" ? Shaun 2010-04-15 11:45:56 UTC #4 Okay, I did some googling for alternative ports. christ1 Top 10 Contributor 1507 solutions 10628 answers Posted 9/26/15, 11:03 AM Is Bend Broadband also an ISP, and are you connecting to the Internet through them, or via a different Maybe it's the same issue.
if this is the case, you need to manually open the port or use another port. I doubt it's them; I'm having trouble across multiple hosts. The mail server responded: 5.7.1
If you have multiple SMTP servers double check that you're actually using the SMTP server that you think you are. Crazybanana 2010-04-15 09:09:09 UTC #2 Shaun_OfTheDead said: It worked perfectly a couple days ago.But somehow, since yesterday, all outgoing mail from Thunderbird hasn't been going through.Incoming mail works perfectly fine. This should send everything via the SMTP setup you have for 'S'. Success, thanks for the tip off :) Portions of this content are ©1998–2016 by individual mozilla.org contributors.
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