This is a fairly broad problem and could be the result of several factors. Please go through the list below and eliminate each possible problem:
|Guideline 1: |
Make sure you have your outgoing SMTP Mail Server set to mail.yourdomain.com.
|Guideline 2: |
Make sure you have a connection to the Internet when trying to send outgoing mail.
|Guideline 3: |
Make sure your domain name is using right name servers.
|Guideline 4: |
Make sure you have authentication enabled for outgoing email.
|Guideline 5: |
Make sure that all recipients have valid e-mail addresses.
|Guideline 6: |
Make sure you are using the FULL email address as your username.
|Remarks ! |
If all of the requirements above are met, there should be no other reasons why you cannot possibly send outgoing e-mail through your SMTP server. The most common problem is that a client will forget that they must set their email client to authenticate before they can send their outgoing e-mail.
|Remarks ! |
Additionally, new clients usually have this problem while their domain name is in the process of being propagated, in which case they must simply wait for propagation to take place.
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