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  1. I really don't understand why wildblue would shove all the email portion of their business to goggle. Of course they say on the website it's all for the benefit of the customer. What a crock! What do you think the reason would be? In my business I use Outlook as I have several clients that I communicate with by email daily. To send through gmail just add extra steps in order to do that. Even though I've have a gmail account for years I only used it once or twice when Wildblue was having an email issue. Smtp.gmail.com is the setting, but for some reason does not work.It's something t
  2. I'm using Outlook. I can view emails fine, I cannot send email's (I think) because Wildblue changed the smtp to gmail.com which maybe doesn't recognize my pop3. I'm only guessing because I really don't know anything about how that works. All I really know is everything was working fine until they merged all email tasks to gmail. Day 5 still can't send. If you call customer service the recording says their working on the problem with email, Outlook, and other email applications. It's basically like they want to shake off the customers that use pop3's. I mean why would it be so
  3. Thanks for the replies. Actually the service itself isn't all that bad, once the modem was swapped out. And I guess by looking at all the different feedback, all satellite providers are pretty much the same. Now the problem is with sending email since they seem to have shoved that all over to gmail. If you were using the wildblue web mail, I don't think (not sure) if those customers have problems. But I use a pop3 server for my email, and have been dead in the water for 4 days now. I can receive email fine, just not able to send through wildblue. And they seem to be scratching t
  4. You must be a blogger for them, it's not as simple as you state, the customer service techs are usually unqualified. Heres my experence with Wildblue, which I will :angry:soon terminate. I've used the Internet Service Provider (ISP) Wildblue for over a year. I had problems right from the start because of their equipment, the modem, was defective. For 4 months I logged many complaints because of it, and they always blamed the problem on my hardware. Finally after my continued complaining they had a serviceman come out and he quickly pinpointed the problem that their installed modem w
  5. I've used the Internet Service Provider (ISP) Wildblue for over a year. I had problems right from the start because of their equipment, the modem, was defective. For 4 months I logged many complaints because of it, and they always blamed the problem on my hardware. Finally after my continued complaining they had a serviceman come out and he quickly pinpointed the problem that their installed modem was defective. He switched it out and all was fine from then on with connectivity issues. They gave me a free month of service ($49) for my troubles, for which I think I should had gotten the whole 4
  6. I've used the Internet Service Provider (ISP) Wildblue for over a year. I had problems right from the start because of their equipment, the modem, was defective. For 4 months I logged many complaints because of it, and they always blamed the problem on my hardware. Finally after my continued complaining they had a serviceman come out and he quickly pinpointed the problem that their installed modem was defective. He switched it out and all was fine from then on with connectivity issues. They gave me a free month of service ($49) for my troubles, for which I think I should had gotten the whole 4
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