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    1. Server does not allow relaying email error, fix - Apple Toolbox

      • iPad cannot Send e-mails, not allowing relaying. Mail Issues After iOS Upgrade.
      • Thanks. more options for fix: shudhtech.blogspot.in/2015/04/iphone-5-can-not-send-emails-email.html. Reply.

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    2. Cannot Send e-mails, Does Not Allow Relaying; Fix - AppleToolBox

      • If so, you are not alone. Recently, many iPad users complain that their iPad cannot send emails at all! And the iPad is, for some unknown reason, no longer allowing email relaying.
      • Go to your iPhone’s or iPad’s Settings and choose Mail ( for older iOS, Mail, Contacts, Calendars).

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    3. Cannot send Yahoo mails from iPhone but can receive

      • After updating to iOS 8.0, some users cannot send or recieve Emails on Yahoo.
      • If the above instructions doesn’t fix the yahoo mail can’t send email on iphone, you might want to check this more in dept troubleshooting Email Guide.

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    4. Cannot Send or Receive Emails on iPhone: How to Fix | iPad, iPad Air, iPad Pro, ios 11, iPhone 6, iPhone 7 Plus & Cydia Help

      • As a matter of fact, some users cannot send or receive emails on their iPhone or other Apple devices where emails can be used.
      • Wrong Incoming Server(pop3) and Port for your Email Setting. Issue with Sending. Now, if you are not being able to send emails due to “Relaying Denied” then make sure...

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    5. Cannot send email from device because "(insert Account Name) does not allow relaying" - iPhone, iPad, iPod Forums at iMore.com

      • My business email account will not send emails from the phone. I get a message stating that the email could not be sent because the recipient's "server does not allow relaying". However, should I send an email to the same address through my personal account, no problems.

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    6. email - iPhone 3G cannot send mail - rejected by the server because it does not allow relaying - Ask Different

      If you have a Gmail or an iCloud account you can use those outgoing servers for sending mails. 3. Incorrect settings. Double-check the settings for your outgoing mail server as they are specified by your email provider, especially server name, encryption and the port to connect to.

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    7. Answered: Can't send emails from iphone but can receive? - Sky Community

      • Addition outgoing mail servers can be configured in settings, mail,contacts, calendars.
      • I too am seeing the same issues on my iPad, iPhone, Mac. I can receive email to my Sky email address, but I cannot send email from it.

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    8. How to Fix "Cannot Send Mail. A copy has been placed in your Outbox. The recipient (email address) was rejected by the server because it does not allow relaying" | iPhone Topics

      • When iPhone or iPad users try to write a email they getting error message like “Cannot Send Mail.
      • SEE ALSO : How to Fix “Server does not allow relaying” email error (detailed guide to fix this issue).

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    9. iphone or iPhone Can't Send Emails - Troubleshooting Steps | iPad, iPad Air, iPad Pro, ios 11, iPhone 6, iPhone 7 Plus & Cydia Help

      • Can’t Send Emails on iPhone 7 Plus or iPad Air 2 – Troubleshooting Steps. iPad Help, Tips & Tricks.
      • I get this message when trying to send emails from my IPad Air. Cannot send Mail The connection to the outgoing server “SMTP.google.com” failed.

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    10. Why does it say my email was "rejected by the server because it does not allow relaying" when I try to send it? | The iPhone FAQ

      • If you try to send an email from your iPhone on iOS 8, or an earlier iOS for that matter, and get an error
      • The message I received did not reference "relaying" but simply said the email address "was rejected by the server" (very helpful as usual with error messages, no hint what to do next!)

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