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I'm so tired of getting email errors. Does anyone in Cox Management know about all of these errors that customers are having?
Here's the latest:
I'm using myemail.cox.net to compose and send a new email. If I send the email shown here without the link in the email it will send successfully. When I add the link shown below to the email it then fails with a "CSXNDR" error.
According to the Cox web site the error message means this:
I'm using Cox myemail in a browser (I've tried 3 different types of browsers) so it's not an SMTP connection issue. What is the problem with me sending an email this time????????
Can someone please respond to why this is giving errors in myemail.cox.net? Please read original message below
Why is it why I try sending an email with this travel link in it I get an error when sending the email message
If I remove the link then I can send the email with no errors. The error only occurs when this link is in the email.
The error displayed below from myemail is CXSNDR. According to the cox support site this error means “There was a problem with the sender's domain.“. “Your email failed authentication checks against your sending domain's SPF, DomainKeys, or DKIM policy.”
Why am I getting this error when using myemail.cox.net?
Do you happen to be using webmail from out of the country or through a VPN?