on 14-05-2021 05:18 PM
Since this morning I have major issues with my email client (MS Outlook) connecting to the legacy email account I have had for over 20 years and I cannot even get a ping response from the domain of gotadsl.co.uk
I have read from a TT tech guy the following: Nildram.co.uk, f2s.com and gotadsl.co.uk email domains will remain active for now. There are no current plans to make any changes to how these domains are managed.
If this is the case, can somebody please point me in the right direction to get my @gotadsl.co.uk account working again please as this is my main email account.
Many thanks in advance and do hope someone can help
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on 17-06-2021 09:20 AM
on 17-06-2021 08:31 AM
Thousand thanks Ady and really hope this now finally gets sorted and I can get my emails working again. Fully understand frontline staff wouldnt be trained in this sort of thing and its more of a server tech team issue and wouldnt understand half the terminology being used such as DNS named servers etc.
Fingers crossed it wont be too much longer before this problem is resolved
on 17-06-2021 08:03 AM
I've had confirmation that TTB will pick this up with you. Again I'm sorry you've been messed around. It can be tricky when a customer's issue appears to fall between the cracks of TTB and TT residential. There's no training for the frontline staff at either business for this fortunately we've got a contact who will pick them up and get them worked by TTB as it should have been all along.
on 16-06-2021 04:40 PM
Hi Mick, I've not had a reply so I've chased it again. If you can add a mobile number to your community profile it will give TTB options to contact you. It would also help if you can add the email address you want help with in the private notes section of your community profile too.
on 16-06-2021 07:50 AM
@Ady-TalkTalk Thank you ady, lets hope this gets sorted because as of today (16/6/21) gotadsl.co.uk still will not send out any emails and its now been going on for 10 days for a simple dns resolve
on 16-06-2021 06:08 AM
Hi Mick, I'm sorry you've been messed about by Business. The process described in that email doesn't exist. I've escalated this for you.
on 15-06-2021 03:47 PM
@Ady-TalkTalk Below is a copy of the email I had off TTB and you can understand my frustration and how I am now totally *@#][!!'#[@#]!* off after being passed from pillar to post and all without a resolution to this problem and still not fixed
Thank you for contacting the TalkTalk Business Domain Admin Team.
I am sorry to say that you are not a business customer and so you will need to contact TalkTalk For Everyone and go through security with them and ask that they contact us on your behalf so that one of the domain admin team can support you further, be that via email or one of us could call you.
But I am afraid for the time being we cannot assist you until the above is completed as we cannot verify you through our processes.
If you should have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Domain Admin Team | TalkTalk Business
All the information they require has been forwarded to TT last week and I've had nothing back from TTB with a solution to the domain failure of gotadsl.co.uk smtp server
on 15-06-2021 11:51 AM
on 14-06-2021 12:24 PM
@Ady-TalkTalk Thanks for the extra information but as previously mentioned, TTB support is none existent to me and they refuse to help because I am not a business user, therefore, I have to talk to the TT support team and they should then relay the issues to the TTB support team, all of this (from my side anyway) has been done but after well over a week now, there is still no solution to this simply rectified SMTP DNS server issue and the domain of gotadsl.co.uk still refuses to send out any damn emails and I'm really starting to get annoyed with the whole problem and at how such a big organisation who splatter our TV's with adverts about their services yet customer support is one of the worst I have ever come across with no respect for poor old Joe Bloggs in the street.
on 14-06-2021 10:45 AM
Hi Mick, what you've been told by both customer services and Gondola is right. TalkTalk consumer have no access to TTB email services. You'd need to speak with the TalkTalk Business support team for help although to be honest Gondola's given you the right advice.
on 11-06-2021 09:04 AM
@Gondola Thanks again mate for your response, if talktalk were as keen as you are, this would have been resolved days ago and I will certainly update you if/when this eventually does get sorted 👍
on 11-06-2021 08:46 AM
Although TalkTalk Consumer have your details for your home broadband package there is no link to the details held by TalkTalk Business (TTB) in relation to the registered use of an email domain managed by TTB.
The TT Staff that support Community and Customer Service that support your home broadband package have no access to TTB customer data or the mail servers of apm-internet that TTB use to host the gotadsl domain.
In post 2 of this thread I gave the contact information for TTB. If the TTB Email Product Manager or person taking on that function refuses to help you then you must ask TTB for the issue to be escalated to the CEO's Office.
The CEO's appointed agent will have access to your details held by TalkTalk Consumer and TalkTalk Business and will be able to direct a response from TTB that should resolve the issue.
I don't see any other users of the TTB legacy email domains saying their mail is failing recently so although it's no consolation knowing it seems to be a one-off issue TTB Support have no defence in refusing support.
Let us know the outcome.
on 11-06-2021 08:09 AM
Absolutely disgusted with the communications i have had with talktalk about this legacy email problem. It all boils down to a simple DNS smtp server issue which nobody wants to correct.
I contacted talktalk and they said the domain of gotadsl.co.uk is controlled by talktalk business and I should contact them.
I then got in touch with the domain control team at TTB and they responded with due to the fact i was not a business user, I should go back to talktalk themselves.
Round and round in circles for days and nothing done about it what so ever. Paying over £30 per month for this *@#][!!'#[@#]!* service, I think talktalk should be held accountable for the mess they have made.
on 08-06-2021 12:00 AM
Created the email account again in outlook using all the new overssl servers and setting the relevant SSL authentications, now outlook just hangs there on sending and after about 3 or 4 minutes, just shuts down. Something major wrong with this gotadsl domain and about time talktalk sorted it out. Thanks again for your time Gondola, appreciated
on 07-06-2021 11:23 PM
I've been into the webmail and there is nothing in any directory (inbox, sent, spam etc) and also the recycle bin is empty, still getting the same error as before and cannot send, so I think the problem like you say could well be an issue with the outgoing mail server.
on 07-06-2021 10:52 PM
If you get signed in OK to webmail and then see your mailbox and mail messages OK but the mailbox will not send any messages then either there's a transient fault with the outgoing mail server or your mailbox is full.
The mailboxes don't have a huge capacity and if there's no space left to save a sent message in the Sent folder then the message may not be sent. Alternatively it gets sent but you still get the error because the sent message isn't saved. So, check the mailbox quota and see if you can delete some saved messages. NB messages in Trash/Deleted still count towards the quota.
on 07-06-2021 10:27 PM
If I click the link in post 4 to use the webmail service of mail.overssl.net and then try and send an email, I get the following error
Failed To Send Message - The following From address failed: email@example.com
So I just dont get whats going on mate to be honest but appreciate your help all the same because I dont get any help at all from talktalk