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By Grit611 ·
Hi fellow Digit heads!!
I have many clients that receive this message when trying to send a mass Email. And what defines mass mailing? Any more than one? Is this error specific to certain areas? Is it ISP related. All of my Clients use Outlook 2000(Corporate/Workgroup). Any assistance would be awesome.
Thank You!!

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Spelling correction --(Provider) Sorry!!

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by maxwell edison In reply to "No Transport Privider Av ...

Greetings,

There are several reasons for this error message. They include:

A damaged Personal folder.

No mail transport service in the mail profile.

You are using the CompuServe mail transport.
You upgraded your MSN Mail from Classic to POP3/SMTP.

A damaged contact.

An apostrophe in your computer name.

The mail server is expecting the addresses to be enclosed in angle (<&gt brackets.

The E-mail Type in the addressee's Personal Address Book entry is invalid.

Anti-Spam software on the SMTP server of your current Internet Service Provider (ISP) which blocks messages from a different ISP address.

No Delivery or Address Type for Microsoft Mail Service.

To determine which one is causing your error, and to read about the resolution, cut and paste the following link into your browser to read the whole Microsoft article on that subject. (REMOVE SPACES if they snuck into the pasted URL.)

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q180/4/84.ASP

Good luck,

Maxwell

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Thank You!

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by zlitocook In reply to "No Transport Privider Av ...

We had recieved the same message after upgrading to exchange server. It was because in MS mail it used the first name last itial and exchange uses first itinal last name. So we had to have all the folks who used this to remake thier list.

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