Outlook Express

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Joseph Albert, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. For an unknown reason, I keep getting the following message from McAcfee
    SpamKiller. "Failed to scan e-mail account: lapasada3cox.net. Reason:
    Count not connect to the e-mail server pop3.west.cox.net. Please check the
    account settings.

    My settings are correct. Could the problem be that I have a hard wired
    network system. My main computer has McAfee Spam Killer e-mail scan and my
    second computer on the network system has the Norton Anti-Virus Software
    installed. Is having anti-virus software in both computers a problem?

    We are unable to send or receive mail on the second computer. HELP.
    LaPasada.
    Joseph Albert, Mar 30, 2005
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  2. I had a similar message the other day. I have similar software and set up
    on three computers. McAfee came out with an upgrade. Did you install it?
    After I installed it, I had to shut my computer off. After turning it on,
    it worked fine.


    "Joseph Albert" <> wrote in message
    news:AIp2e.262517$FM3.111858@fed1read02...
    > For an unknown reason, I keep getting the following message from McAcfee
    > SpamKiller. "Failed to scan e-mail account: lapasada3cox.net. Reason:
    > Count not connect to the e-mail server pop3.west.cox.net. Please check
    > the account settings.
    >
    > My settings are correct. Could the problem be that I have a hard wired
    > network system. My main computer has McAfee Spam Killer e-mail scan and
    > my second computer on the network system has the Norton Anti-Virus
    > Software installed. Is having anti-virus software in both computers a
    > problem?
    >
    > We are unable to send or receive mail on the second computer. HELP.
    > LaPasada.
    >
    Atlas Shrugged, Apr 1, 2005
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