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COX Communications incoming and outgoing email server

COX Communications incoming and outgoing email server

What are the COX Communications incoming and outgoing email server? I would like to add my email account to download messages to my computer.

Cox Communications logoThe incoming and outgoing email servers for accounts provided by COX Communications depend on your location. This information is needed when you want to set up the email account in clients such as Windows Live Mail.

Incoming POP Server: pop.east.cox.net
Outgoing SMTP Server: smtp.east.cox.net

Incoming POP Server: pop.central.cox.net
Outgoing SMTP Server: smtp.central.cox.net

Incoming POP Server: pop.west.cox.net
Outgoing SMTP Server: smtp.west.cox.net

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  • ryan on November 23rd, 2009 3:35 am

    I have been trying to make such a correction to my mother’s outlook express and even though I have made these corrections, It still gives me the error that the outgoing smtp is wrong. What else do I need to do?

  • Manish on November 23rd, 2009 8:54 am

    Ryan, the reasons for not being able to send email from an program can be varied. I suggest you read cannot send email.

  • Loren on March 21st, 2010 5:48 am

    I just purchased a Gateway computer with Windows 7 and have Cox Communications as my ISP. I am able to receive email through my Cox email account, but am unable to send emails. What steps can I take to address this issue?

  • Manish on March 21st, 2010 12:38 pm

    Cannot send email from Cox Communications account? What is the Windows Live Mail error number? Assuming its 0X800CCC0B, please refer that article on how to solve it.

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