I have setup a new Prime server 1.2 and am monitoring routers and switches from it. It shows me the device status and all as expected. now when i manually turn off the connectivity of one switch, i do see the alarm generated by the Prime but it doesnt send the email notification.
i checked my mail server settings and have right details of the mail server and email address of the recipient. Also when i run test on that page, i can see the test email coming through.
Email: when I try to send an email with an attachment (pictures/other files) it starts sending and stops suddenly at around 50-100% I repeat trying to send it and it works after a while. The larger the file size the harder it is to complete and send. 0.5mb is easy to send but over 1-2mb is very difficult.When it stops I get this error message after a min or so.Sending of message failed.The message could not be sent because the connection to SMTP server smtp.googlemail.com timed out. Try again or contact your network administrator.Online: The exact same thing happens on Facebook and other websites uploading gets stuck and times out but does work sometimes.
I have cisco ASA 5510 with basic configuration (default policies). The problem is that windows XP users are unable to send emails form MS outlook and unable to log on to Hotmail , Gmail or any mailing site. While windows 7 and 8 users are not facing any problem.
We updated our business website in December and moved the hosting to our web designer's servers.Very shortly afterwards, we discovered that we could not view our own website, nor access our emails, which are hosted through our web domain name via cPanel.We run two Apple Macs through a Linksys router connected by two ethernet cables. We also have a Vonage internet phone connected to the network, which works either connected directly to the modem, or routed through the Linksys.We had this set up since March and had never had any problems until we had the new website. We don't know if its related, or just a coincidence.
We first went through a process of elimination:
First we connected the computers directly to the modem (one at a time, as obviously both can't connect directly) and we could access our emails and website absolutely fine. Not a solution though, as we need access on two machines.This led us to believe the problem was with the router. Both the Linksys and the Vonage device (box that the phone is plugged into, which is in turn connected to the internet) work as routers and we could view both router's home pages through their ip addresses.
We first called Vonage customer support, and no matter what they suggested in the nearly 2 hour call, nothing worked.We found a solution that suggested changing the MAC address of our router. After looking at the settings of the Vonage box, we couldn't work out how to change the MAC on this, so we changed the MAC of the Linksys instead - and it worked. We could view our emails and website again.However, plugging the Vonage box back in resulted in us losing access to our emails and website again. The set up solution worked for about a day before the same problems came back.
So we again unplugged the Vonage phone device and just ran our two Macs from the Linksys router - all fine, for a bit.A couple of days later the emails and website became inaccesible again. In desperation I changed the Mac address of the Linksys router and we were up and running again.
This solution worked for another day or so, until the old problems arose again.Now, whenever we reset the Mac address of the Linksys, it works, but emails and the website become inaccesible sometimes as soon as half an hour afterwards, sometimes longer, but however long we can gain access to the emails for, we constantly have to stop to reset the router, then restart everything.We now know that its nothing to do with the Vonage phone, so I'm discounting that from the equation now. Also, we've just tried running each of our computers in turn when plugged directly into the modem via an ethernet cable. Interestingly, one machine works fine, and can access the emails and our website, but the other machine now can't access the email or the website, but loads all other sites fine. Is this significant?
We've been reading up on our problems again, and it has been suggested that the issues are being caused by the website/email server blocking our ip address and that we can solve this issue by having a static ip address instead of the dynamic one that Virgin Media assigns. As we are on a home broadband service, we understand that this isn't possible though. Surely, if Virgin reassigns ip addresses every session, our ip would be constantly changing, therefore if we were blocked by the website server, wouldn't it be more likely to be blocking a static one, not one that is constantly changing? And also, how come one of our machines can access the emails etc when directly connected to the modem, but the other can't?
Other solutions proposed have been: -Get a new router -Move our website to a new server -Move our emails to a new server and access our own website through a proxy.
I recently migrated keeping my original email address. All went well, except I am unable to receive emails from one of my contacts. I can send to this individual successfully, but when the contact tries to respond the reply kicks back to him telling him that there was a delivery notice failure. Email addresses have been verified by both of us and both are accurate
I want to set up a file to save some of my e-mails. I am on google g-mails and use Windows xp Is there any way that I can transfer these e-mails to a file so that I can read them at a later date and also when a new one comes just transfer it to this file.
My emails were deleted from Inbox as I was using Hotmail on 8/17/2011. I did not initiate this action. Those emails contain very important information and I need to retrieve them if possible. I am worried this was done by a hacker. I have Vista Business version.
Some emails that come into the INBOX are not complete and do not have graphics.On opening some emails in my Inbox, it tells me that THE WEB PAGE CANNOT BE FOUND.Some emails are going straight into the DELETED ITEMS BOX and are not SPAM. Some of them can be opened by clicking on to the LINK but others will not open.I have also had (Your email programme does not support HTML), which I do not understand.I telephoned my server and was advised to contact a PC Technician as I may have a VIRUS.
Yesterday I had the snapshots setup to be sent to my gmail account and now they've been blocked as spam. Is there anyway to get around this? The motion detection area is set to 90% so I see why I'm getting a bunch of snapshots. Is there a setting I can change on my gmail account or is the only option to reduce the percentage? I'd prefer to get all of the emails.
I have two ssid's on my 1130ag each with different security when I use wep I can get my email on my droid. When i connect to the second ssid and use wpk I can get to the in the Internet but my email will not move in Exchange.
Trying to open my Outlook Express emails from old XP into Windows 7. Windows 7 says to verify my information which was emailed to me. However, I cannot receive email since I cannot get on to Live Mail.
I have a 932L already and wanted to add another camera, so I purchased the 942L in the US. I live in Canada. The 932 works perfectly, emailing me without any problem. Set up was a breeze. This new camera appears to be a problem. I cannot get this turkey to email. I am very computer literate, and I have been working on this thing for ages now without success. I would like to return this thing and get another 932, but hard to do from here. I see from these forums that nobody else appears to have gotten it to work either. By the way, I upgraded it to the latest version firmware, no change. How to email images using the motion detection?