10-10-2013 10:31 PM
What is ATT Yahoo doing to correct their Email Servers problem handling Microsoft Outlook 2010 Client email? When will it be fixed ..if ever? I have successfully used the MS Outlook Client for several years. Only within the past 2 months have I experience "Server Disconnect Errors".
10-11-2013 7:10 AM
The problem isn't isolated to Microsoft Outlook 2010 - the problem is with all client email programs (email programs you run from your local computer)...Thunderbird, Evolution, Outlook, all of them...under any operating system.
10-11-2013 8:56 AM
10-31-2013 2:43 PM
I have used Microsoft Outlook email client since the early 2000's and until 7 days ago had no problems. Now I can receive email but the server refuses to allow me to send an email. Anyone else having this problem?
11-01-2013 2:17 PM
11-02-2013 6:34 AM
It has probably been said before, but here is the problem with e.mail from AT&T. If you call AT&T (or their U-Verse) tech support with a problem that is beyond the trival, they tell you to contact Yahoo as AT&T has bought e.mail service from them. If you get to a human being at all (doubtful) they ask for your Yahoo account. They do not talk to AT&T customers!
Because I live in a high-rise condo, the only high speed Internet service I can get is AT&T U-Verse. (Lucky Me). I am trying to get an answer right now on a small (thank goodness) problem and I found this forum which, hopefully, will bail me out.
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