What type of email is mail com?
Access Your Email.com (mail.com) Account from an Email program using IMAP. Email.com (mail.com) provides IMAP access to your Email.com (mail.com) account. So, you can connect o your email from mobile devices and desktop email clients.
Why can’t I receive my emails(Mail.com)?
Most of the time, People are unable to get new emails into their Mail account due to the forwarding settings. When they enable the forwarding settings, the incoming emails will directly land into the given email address. You may also have enabled the forwarding settings, so you should check the forwarding settings.
Mail.Com is not sending email – stuck in Outbox
Having emails stuck in Outbox is a pretty common issue in Mail: you’ve wrote an email, clicked to send it. But it stays in the Outbox folder and Mail is not sending the email, no matter what you do. This article details possible causes & solutions and it applies to all Mail versions, including Mail 2013.
There can be many reasons why Mail wouldn’t send an email. To narrow the cause of the Outbox stuck emails. First of all you should check if you receive an error message while you perform a Send / Receive operation.
If you receive an error message while you try to send the email.Most likely there is a communication problem between Mail and your outgoing mail server, so the email is stuck in Outbox because Mail can’t connect to your mail server to send it.
– check with your Internet service provider to make sure it doesn’t block the port number that you are using for the outgoing mail server (some providers block port 25 or other ports that may be used by an outgoing / SMTP mail server);
– check with your email address provider and make sure your mail server settings are up to date. Occasionally, mail server providers change port numbers or authentication methods.
So, even if your Mail account used to send emails without any problems. It may not be working anymore because the outgoing mail server settings were change;
– check with your email address provider and make sure you didn’t exceed the hourly / daily email send quota (or other send limits enforced by your email provider);
– if you are on a slow Internet connection, make sure your Outbox emails are not supposed to include very large attachments (10 – 20 Mb or more). The server connection may time out before Mail gets to send a large email;
– if the above solutions don’t work, use Google and search for the exact error code that you received while you are trying to send the Mail email: it will likely lead you to a precise solution. You should also check out this list of the most common send & receive error messages and their solutions.
If you do not receive an error message while you try to send the email
The problem is likely to be related to your local Mail configuration.
If Mail is not sending only some Outbox emails, make sure you don’t have the habit to preview / open / click on Outbox emails: your Outbox emails should be unread (marked with bold & italic) otherwise Mail will not send the email and it will be stuck in your Outbox folder. Check your Outbox emails:
— Whether the email is bold and italic, then it is ready to be sent;
— if the email is just marked with bold, then it was read;
— if the email is not marked with bold or italic, then the email was read and edited.
As in the following screenshot, only the first email (with the subject “Unread email”) is going to be sent by Mail while the other emails will stay in the Outbox folder:
To re-arm an Outbox email, simply double click on it to edit it, then click again on the Send button.
“Before clicking on the Send button, make sure you browse to a different Mail folder. So you avoid automatically marking it again as read when you exit the email window.
If Mail is not sending any of your Outbox emails and they are not marked as read (as above), then try one of the following solutions:
Follow the Steps:
— make sure Mail has not set to the Offline mode. You can check if Mail is offline from the Send / Receive ribbon (toolbar) button
— make sure you don’t have an over-zealous antivirus that scans your Outbox emails and prevents them from being sent. Do a simple test and disable your antivirus protection, restart Mail and try to send the Outbox emails once again. If they get sent, configure your antivirus and prevent it from scanning Outbox emails.
— if your Outbox emails contain file attachments and you are using Mail 2013 with iCloud or any other cloud storage service. Make sure your file attachments are fully upload to your cloud account, before sending them;
— your Mail data files might be corrupted: perform a data file scan using the Mail ScanPST tool.
If you deal with emails stuck in your Outbox folder and you can’t fix Mail using any of the above solutions, please feel free to post your comments below and we will gladly try to help you.