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Email inop

Account: [edited to protect your privacy] Current statusCan log onto Hughes web mail and can send mail but cannot receive.Was unable to log on until after calling Customer Service around 0900 11/3; log on was enabled around 1515 and all back mail was downloaded but the only new mail received was a message was from Hughes Customer Service asking me to complete a survey which arrived at 1533. No new incoming since then and clicking on Get Mail tab produces nothing. Outlook ExpressCannot send or receive e-mail. Using the Outlook Test Account Settings function shows a successful logon to the incoming account server but attempting to send a test message resulted in the diagnostic: Server responded 550 5.7.1 [C18] RBL restr. Attempts to send mail leads to notice Smiley Frustratedend/receive failed. Account: [edited to protect your privacy] Current statusCan log on to HughesNet site but cannot open email. Receive diagnostic message: There may be an issue with your account. Please contact Customer Care. Apple emailCannot send mail. Diagnostic: The attempt to send data to the server failed.Cannot receive mail. Diagnostic: Unable to verify account name or password. According to first level tech support, advanced tech suggests that we contact Oulook and Apple for solutions to our problems.Not too bizarre; we are supposed to believe that both of those email programs failed at the same time and in the same manner which caused the Hughes system to become inop. Puhleeze. Can't anyone there play this game anymore? Donald Ecker

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Re: Email inop

Hi javapoppa,

 

Thanks for reaching out. Are you able to see new mail via webmail (click on My Email in the top right corner of your Support Center)? On either e-mail address?

 

 

Thanks,
Liz

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My original post was edited such that it doesn't make much sense. Toclarify, we have two problematic email accounts, one which is used primarily with Outlook and one with Netscape. Both accounts went into failure mode and in both cases we were unable to log on to HughesNet web mail. At this time web mail is accessible by one account, the other still receives the notice that there is a problem with the account. I can now receive mail using Outlook but cannot send. Calling Customer Support at level one is a waste of time as they cannot solve the problem and it requires lengthy explanations to explain it to them. This, coupled with long wait times to get connected  leads only to frustration. There has tobe a better way.

 

 

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Re: Email inop

Hi javapoppa,

 

Thanks for clarifying. Can you confirm that you can send and receive e-mail from both accounts in webmail? If you are having issues sending and receiving emails in webmail, I can certainly escalate that to our e-mail admins.

 

Where are you seeing a "notice that there is a problem with the account"?

 

While we have no control over 3rd party e-mail clients you may use to access your HughesNet e-mail, what you can try is removing and re-adding the addresses to see if that makes a difference.

 

Your cooperation, patience, and understanding are much appreciated.

Thanks,
Liz

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I guess I didn't clarify enough. We have two email accounts, both of which failed, while at the same time we were denied access to web mail. When attempting to open theweb mail we received a message stating: "There may be an issue with your account. Please contact Customer Care..." After a call to Customer Care and a six hour delay we were able to access  one web mail account but for a number of hours we could only receive mail but could not send. At present this web mail account is fully operational. However the Outlook account associated with this account can only receive mail; it cannot send. While you may have no control over 3rd party email accounts you can cause a disruption by altering email protocols so that they are denied access to your server. These email disruptions occurr about once a year and I strongly suspect that they correlate with updates that are made to the Hughes system wherein someone got a little sloppy with the code. The second account is stuck at square one and still receives the message as stated above when access to web mail is attempted.

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Beginning Day 4 of our Hughes induced email outage. No change from our status as listed in previous post. No estimate from Hughes as to when they will finally put things right.

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Re: Email inop

Good morning javapoppa,

 

Can you please send me a screenshot of the error your other e-mail address is receiving after you click on the My Email link? Is this is "island" account?

 

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Liz

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Hello Liz: Thanks for taking the time to respond but there is no need to pass any information with regard to my problem on to Hughes tech as they are well aware what's happening. They just don't know what to do to resolve it. I have been told that they are 'working on it' but are unable to provide an estimate as to when it will be fixed.

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Re: Email inop

Beginning Day 5 of the Great Hughes Email Debacle. Current status: One account has fully functional web mail but associated Oulook email account can only receive, not send.

The second account can now open web mail but it is slow and erratic. Will open one or two emails but then offers a message in a box labelled Work in Progress which says: "The server or the network is slow to respond. To cancel your request press Cancel Request."  If the page is refreshed it is possible to send one message or to read one or two messages before the error message pops up again.

Note to Liz: This is not caused by a Third Party email program.

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Re: Email inop

It may be to your advantage to send the screenshots Liz asked for and to answer her question. If you decline cooperating with her requests, you may as well just sit tight until they finish "working on it." No need to provide updates about how your email isn't working yet. They know that; the rep has asked you for data; help your case by providing what's requested.