Can't seem to get Entourage to work with OS X. I keep getting a "can't find mailserver" message or something like that. I'm able to connect via Eudora, but can't with Entourage. I'm using a cable connection via ATT@Home.<br><br>
ronbelise,<br><br>Do me a favor, delete Office, then reinstall Office.<br><br>After you've done that, you need to "update your prebindings" -- do you know how to do that? If not let me know... (hint: check here for a few apps that'll do it)<br><br>Then, make sure in Entourage you've full set up your "account". make sure the SMTP and POP server are correct, and that your account username and password are correct.<br><br>Try to check your mail.<br><br>If that doesn't work, try your account's username two different ways:<br><br>username<br><br>and <br><br>email@example.com<br><br>Let me know if you get it working or not, we can try more.<br><br><br><br>simplex veri sigillum<br>
"In the old days, you'd finish a day's work and announce, 'I'm done.' Nobody ever does that now. There's never enough time." -- Elliott Masie
Sometimes an ISP, especially a broadband one, will make it difficult to do email unless you have your account with the ISP as your default return address. So if you're using, say a mac.com account through the att@home, that might give you problems. My solution (I'm using verizon dsl--and verizon is very anal retentive about this issue) is simply to bypass the verizon email completely. I have that account forwarding to the mac.com account, and run all my mail settings through the mac.com account.<br><br>Don't know if that'll be usefull to you, but thought I'd give it a shot.<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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