#5.2.1 smtp; 521 5.2.1 : AOL will not accept delivery of this message
So after checking all of the obvious such as if any of the outbound servers were on any RBL, they weren’t. Email wouldn’t send but would send from a different server, then I removed the signature and the email sent!
I can only assume this was down to links to the images in the signature that AOL took expectation to. 🙂
Microsoft are in the process of moving the current Outlook back-end over to what I think it is Exchange/Azure back-end. They have said that this would be completed by the end of the summer. I have just checked mine and it hasn’t yet moved over.
It’s difficult to tell the difference, however, the new one look has “Outlook Email” rather than “Outlook.com” and the new button is lower on the updated version, also if you go into Options, you will see lots of more options and if you have used Exchange Management Console (this will look/feel) familiar.
So I configured this for a client and they reported not being able send emails, a quick Google throws this up from Google:-
If you receive the following error message when trying to send a message from Outlook, it might mean that Google Apps Sync’s message conversion process is corrupted and needs to be repaired:
This email message was not sent because we were unable to convert the message into Internet format (MIME). Removing attachments or removing forwarded text from the message may enable you to send the message.
Rebooting your computer might fix the problem (so you should try this first). If the problem persists, you’ll have to reinstall Google Apps Sync and Outlook from scratch. When doing this, you won’t lose any of your mail, contacts, calendar events, notes, or tasks. However, you will have to set up your Outlook specific options.
Seems a little heavy and handed and doesn’t always work.
I tried a “SFC /SCANNOW” as suggested by other people and didn’t expect it to work but it did.
This is not the first time Google App Sync hasn’t worked or had odd behavior, It makes me feel that Google does this kind of thing on purpose. 🙁
The past 12 months have been a one of the most difficult times of my life. I’m not sure if I should go into the details here or any where else on the Web. One thing the Web has done over the last decade is change what people say in public, what was once kept for close friends is now posted all over social media. My Mum used to say don’t wash your dirty laundry in public and yet whilst at the time that made a lot of sense to me and to some extent it still does, it seems at odds with the new world we live in. I guess at the end of the day, it’s a personal choice how much to share or not share, difficult when your a very honest and open person as I am.
This post goes against the normal type of content I would post. I wanted to at least acknowledge that my blog and various sites have taken a backseat. I hope to start rectifying that and I intend to start a new blog over at www.kryptos.co.uk for more personal posts.
So the other evening I visited the windowsondevices.com site and discovered that Microsoft had updated the tools for getting Windows 10 running on IoT such as RaspberryPi. So I threw together a quick video with the latest build.
Recently on the last Windows Weekly Podcast/Webcast (Leo/Lisa, it really should be called Microsoft Weekly!), Mary Jo Foley had Microsoft CMO on and he pretty much implied that they [Microsoft] need a Surface quality phone.
Paul in pass episodes of Windows Weekly has suggested that Continuum would be more useful if the phone had an Intel Processor, his reasoning for this is that the phone when docked would be more useful as a “Desktop” PC thus not just constricted to universal apps.
Microsoft could bring out a dual processor Surface Phone, Intel and Arm, when not docked only the Arm processor is enabled saving battery power, when docked the Intel processor is enabled and as the phone is docked with a USB 3.0 C connector then it could be powered, still not zapping any battery.
If that’s not an option, then the Intel Processor could be placed inside the dock, still achieving the same effect.
Of course my inspiration for such device is Microsoft’s SurfaceBook, how useful this would be in the real world is up for debate, however, I think the real reason for Continuum to exist in the first place is for India Market, where they don’t have a traditional PC’s, if this could be brought to that market, it could be a huge growth area for Microsoft,
Microsoft surprised us with the SurfaceBook can they, will they dare to it again with the Surface Phone?
I think people are missing the point with Microsoft Windows Phone Continuum. In case your not aware, Continuum is Microsoft feature allowing you to connect a Windows Phone to a dock, which turns the Phone into a Desktop PC (almost), Apps run full screen and the phone can still be used independently.
Listening to various podcast’s and news websites around the web people are talking about this and looking at it from a western point of view. How would I used this, why wouldn’t I just use a laptop?
What people seem to be missing is the growth area for devices (phones) is India. Many in India don’t have a desktop, laptop and a tablet. They only have their phone.
Continuum is a unique selling point in this part of the world. People buying a phone that could turn into a PC maybe appealing to the market, time will tell, no one seems to be talking about it from this perspective, unless I’m missing something.