Error when trying to send an email or send messages in Windows Mail: the connection to the server has failed-0x800ccc0e

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When I try pictures by e-mail, or send messages through the windows messaging, I get this message: the connection to the server has failed.  Subject ' emailing: Hello ' account 'imap', Server "att.net" protocol: smtp, port: 25 secure (ssl): No. ' socket error: 10060, error number: 0x800ccc0e.  Is it because I have hotmail?

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See:

You cannot configure Windows Mail to use an e-mail account on the Web (HTTP) on a computer that is running Windows Vista
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/926374

The article above, that you cannot use windows mail with hotmail and the other email account based on the web.

Also check these:

http://www.Vistax64.com/Vista-mail/138137-unable-send-emails-connection-server-has-failed.html

http://www.Vistax64.com/Vista-mail/147340-connection-server-has-failed.html

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