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1. Setting up Microsoft Outlook Express with DreamHost email
2. Can I use Outlook to read mail from my pop3 account?
3. I get a Socket Error: 10051 when trying to send mail!
4. Using Outlook 2000 to help filter spam

 
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Here is some info to help make Outlook work with your DreamHost email.

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Last updated: Dec 20, 2005.

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Question I get a Socket Error: 10051 when trying to send mail!
The socket error, 10051, translates to 'Network is unreachable.' This is often the case if your ISP blocks sending mail (blocking port 25) through anyone other than their OWN smtp server. Pleas... (more)
Question Can I use Outlook to read mail from my pop3 account?
Yes! You can read email at your pop3 account using any standard email software such as MS Outlook (any version), Netscape Mail, or Eudora. All you have to do is configure the software to download inco... (more)
Question Setting up Microsoft Outlook Express with DreamHost email
The first step is to add a new "Account" to your outlook settings. This is usually under the "Tools > Accounts..." menu. Once you open up the Accounts window, click the "Add" button (and then Mail if ... (more)
Question Using Outlook 2000 to help filter spam
Although it won't stop all spam, Outlook 2000 does have a few features that will help you automatically filter out SOME unwanted messages. Filtering junk and/or adult email Filtering em... (more)
User Post (2005-12-11 12:02:45 by review)
The comment above definitely refers to Outlook 2003 as well. To fix it, do the following:

Tools, Email Accounts, View or Change Existing Email accounts, Change..., More Settings...Outgoing Server and check the ""My Server Requires Authentication".

But I should mention my initial error didn't mention a 554. It simply said:

<i>"Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: Subject
Sent: 12/11/2005 2:52 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'email@nowhere.com' on 12/11/2005 2:52 PM
None of your e-mail accounts could send to this recipient."</i>
User Post (2003-03-10 23:12:06 by archangeles)
In Outlook and Outlook Express, if you're getting "rejected by the server" error messages, (Server Response: '554'), then simply check the "My Server Requires Authentication" checkbox, and leave the default settings.