|Issue||Status|| Date: ||Details
|Yahoo: -11 error
||Information (password change)
||July 17, 2014
You must sign into your Yahoo account(s) with your webbrowser and if you are automatically signed in (no password),
then you must sign out and log back in. Yahoo is requiring everyone to change their password and this is blocking POP Peeper.
You will need to change your password in order for POP Peeper to access your account, and don't forget to change your password in POP Peeper, as well.
|GMail (login error)
||February 7, 2014
For information about this issue:
read the blog
|Yahoo: Login Error or -11
||January 13, 2014
If your Yahoo account reports an error, please check what version of Internet Explorer is installed by opening IE and select Help / About.
Yahoo no longer works with IE6 and this affects POP Peeper. In this case, you have two solutions:
1) Upgrade Internet Explorer; IE8 will work
2) Switch your account(s) in POP Peeper to use IMAP (Instructions)
Even if you switch to IMAP, you should consider upgrading IE.
|Excite: Send message error -60
||November 15, 2013
Email sent from POP Peeper using an Excite account will result in error -60. More information can be found in
this forum topic.
Note: this does not affect MyWay or iWon
|SMTP error (Login Auth)
||Patch: SendMail.dll v18.104.22.168
||Jan 21, 2013
Some SMTP servers may result in an error even if you have valid login credentials. The exact error varies depending on the server, but POP Peeper will report it as a "Login Error: Auth Login".
To fix this issue:
- Exit POP Peeper
- Click here to download the patch
- Extract SendMail.dll from the zip file you downloaded and overwrite the SendMail.dll in your POP Peeper installation folder. The default location is:
C:\Program Files (x86)\POP Peeper\ (64-bit OS)
C:\Program Files\POP Peeper\ (32-bit OS)
- Restart POP Peeper
- Any pending outgoing messages that could not be sent before should successfully send on the next mail check
Known Smtp servers affected by this issue: Zoho
To report a problem not listed here, use the "Contact" button on the left.
Note: The webmail status report is generated on the developer's computer
using personal accounts. This report does not necessarily indicate that all accounts of a
reported webmail service are operational. When a webmail service updates, it usually limits
the number of accounts affected and updates all of them over time. If you have a webmail account
that was working and has not worked for over 24 hours, please contact us.