As suggested before, please use SMTP auth and port 587. Let me know if still an issue.
Every mail account is migrated, every one is done now. So there is none that have not, it was because there was a configuration issue? We changed that today as said.So, why in the other hosting providers we don't have this situation??
Edit: Even with another account under jodo g******** or m****here who haven't been migrated??
it sounds like it is doing authentication by pop before SMTP for you, instead of SMTP Auth in your client, which client are you using, and which version, I'll find the place to ensure SMTP Auth is enabled.Well. It appears that there really IS a problem with the mail server(s). Despite my not making absolutely sure I was logging in to port 587, there is still an issue.
I cannot send EMail until I have started my EMail client and gotten my EMails.
After some hours, the server apparently times out and will refuse to allow EMails to be sent........even though I am STILL logged into the server with my EMail client.
And I've made sure I'm using port 587.........because I changed it to port 25 as a temporary test and was unable to even log in............z