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seems like apple should be able to fix this, but obviously they don't give a crap- they got your money already…. The second tip solved my problem. Unibox was/is not as good, but it let my 3 email address come in and out. It's like voting in ‘Merica, there are no good choices anymore. useful reference

It worked for me. Username username <--Note Change! but as for real its works. Reply Reinko says: October 12, 2015 at 12:57 am Restore from TimeMachine worked! http://osxdaily.com/2014/10/28/fix-mail-smtp-sending-errors-os-x-mac/

Now you will see a screen like this. This is where you need to re-enter your password.Now your outgoing Gmail should work!Related posts: How to access your gmail contacts from Apple Contacts Happy man right now :D Reply Marc says: December 23, 2014 at 8:12 pm I have now spent 8 hours over 5 days to try and resolve this issue with a I do not have a problem with receiving my emails.

Oct 28, 2014 9:36 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Jimmy5, Jimmy5 Jan 4, 2015 8:06 PM in response to kinostone Level 1 (0 points) Jan 4, I can send mails again. Port 25 is used to connect to Gmail's restricted(only allowed to send to other Gmail users) mail server here: aspmx.l.google.com . Man, I was tired of that.

Thanks Reply Alexandra says: November 7, 2014 at 8:58 am Changing the Accounts.plist helped, now I can send mail, but I still have to restart Mail app everytime I want to Mine finally showed "Connection and login to server succeeded." Hurray. If you're still experiencing Mail problems with stuck outbound messages and SMTP server errors, move to the next trick. 2: Fix Outbound Email SMTP Failures in Mail App Manually The above btw, before changing settings in smtp server lists, i forced shutdown the mail application, then start it again, and only after that try to retype pasw.

Verify "Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)" has selected the correct server. My final recipe to get it right with "common SMTP servers": a.) disable the automatic configuration of the account. pls Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Reply Annie says: January 25, 2015 at 4:55 pm Thank you so so much!

Apple can stick this new computer up their collective masses. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204075 Find the new certificate under the "Certificates" menu. 6. By the looks of this thread, it appears that they are actively working on a solution. After doing many changes quickly without any results, I set the thing up as I thought it should work, and got into a conference.

It seems one has to wait about half an hour, maybe 45 minutes, to see the changes taking effect. http://bestimageweb.com/mac-mail/mac-mail-cannot-send-your-password-securely-to-the-server.php I had two gmail addresses that wouldn't send mail in Mavericks. I followed the directions for the two methods - the directions were presented clearly which doesn't often happen. Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search support.apple.com Shopping

Long story short, I discovered that during the initial set up process OS X mail "simplifies" that Gmail user name login credentials to just your "username" (versus the full [email protected] login I fixed it using a partial of Option 2 above which I think is quicker. Worked for me instantly. this page And to add to the pain i am a windows user just over to mac so I am having a heck of a time trying to find stuff i wish Apple

See all questions on this article See all questions I have asked Still need help? Can anyone offer some assistance? Reply eborus says: November 17, 2014 at 2:30 pm My Mail has crashed and had lost all settings as described above.

No more ‘Gmail (Offline)' SMTP account title, and no more bounced sends!

I did read reviews of Yosemite before downloading and there was not 1 word about how Yosemite screws up your mail, n it takes days to figure out what the heck Username [email protected] new: AccountsVersion 6 DeliveryAccounts AccountName Gmail . . . Reply DK says: January 30, 2016 at 11:52 am 2nd solution worked. Under "Advanced", un-check "Automatically detect and maintain account settings" 4.

I've tried removing and adding the account as well and I can receive emails ok but cannot connect to SMTP. Reply Bob says: December 6, 2014 at 5:26 pm I tried option 1 another time and it worked. You will need to go into your profile settings on Google and either turn on Access for Less Secured Apps or if using Two-Factor Authentication, generate an App specific password. Get More Info I didn't make the connection until I read an article.

I have been having the same issue for 6 months and was unable to fix it despite trying all of things that I had read. http://osxdaily.com/2014/10/22/downgrade-os-x-yosemite-to-mavericks/ You're going to love it. I removed the gmail account from Outlook and started over creating a new account and it does the same thing. Reply dL says: November 5, 2014 at 6:53 am #2 worked fine for me.

Receive works fine, just can't send. its behaving weird Reply Whing says: December 9, 2014 at 4:40 am Tried both and they did nothing. Had a weird problem where it was asking for an SMTP password for an account that was long since completely deleted from Mail. Second, disabling secure authentication is not a fix!

There is serious competition out there. Any word on a bug fix for this? what a joke!!!! After countless hours on the phone with both Apple (who blamed xfinity) and Xfinity (who blamed Apple) I saved the correct port number they assigned me, and now have to go

How do I make an alien technology feel alien? the first work through has sorted it out. Reply Kyle says: October 17, 2015 at 6:31 am THANK YOU SO MUCH GOD BLESS YOU!! Reply With Quote Quick Navigation OS X - Apps and Games Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Information Center News and Community

Reply Joemauri says: November 7, 2014 at 7:04 am The first solution works for me. If I default back to the Cox.net server, I can send and receive from Gmail but at some point Cox will shutdown my ability to continue using their server. I just paid almost $1600.00 dollars for my new iMac14 and i have to FIX MY MAIL MANUALLY (and possibly putting my security at risk)?????