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    The connections are set to never dial up, yet it still tries when you try to send! It won't choose the direction of the Ethernet and it knows it's already connected to the net! There is no setting for the Ethernet, and the selections it does give me, either need a # or an address...



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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    I've never used to Win Mail, but I would guess there has to be some sort of connections setting area that you can configure...
    Lets try this instead... What do you use and what os are you running?

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    If I had a computer with Mail on it I could take a look around for ya but I don't. I just use Gmail.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    If I had a computer with Mail on it I could take a look around for ya but I don't. I just use Gmail.
    The windows mail is hooked mine and my wifes, different yahoo Pop accounts. When you create an email with windows mail, your basically working off line. When you hit send it should automatically connect and send through that yahoo account. You can set up a windows mail account (we have enough accounts as is) and achieve the same results. Also when you recieve a knew email it will automatically be on your desktop, so you don't have to open the net and go to the email account and go through all that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    The windows mail is hooked mine and my wifes, different yahoo Pop accounts. When you create an email with windows mail, your basically working off line. When you hit send it should automatically connect and send through that yahoo account. You can set up a windows mail account (we have enough accounts as is) and achieve the same results. Also when you recieve a knew email it will automatically be on your desktop, so you don't have to open the net and go to the email account and go through all that!
    You need to setup your yahoo pop email account in winmail. Give me a sec and I will find you a link to the instructions. You just need to get the pop and smtp setting correctly setup.



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    Jason are you paying for the pop email access from yahoo? Its not included in the free mail account.

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    This link should show you how to correctly set it up

    Configure Windows Mail to connect to Yahoo Mail Plus | Windows Vista for Beginners

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natemz View Post
    Thank You sir, I believe I have it! Even got my bbos account setup! It was my internet connection I had the info your talkin about. It worked at one time, It stopped workin when I switched to the Ethernet! All I needed to do was Delete all accounts and reregister them! It recognizes the connection now!:1244::1244::1244::1244::1244::1244::1244:

    P.s. You get your DO-NATE? I still don't have that process perfect:laugh2:
    Last edited by jasonfyc; 08-16-2009 at 09:23 PM.

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