If you are on a Charter network, and try to use Frontier's email servers that should fail.
Do we need to go over that area? It's pretty well discussed and both ISPs should have documents about it.
Charter recently switched email from pop3 to imap.I was having a conflict with email not getting into my laptop or desktop computers when my iPhone was on, which is set up to receive my email accounts. When I followed their directions (I thought), I ended up with my old Personal Folders as well as a new one with the heading of "email@example.com", my email address. The result is that some of my email goes to the Personal Folders and others to my "firstname.lastname@example.org" folders. This means I have to look into two folders to see what email I have received while before I needed to look only into the Personal Folders group. I'm reluctant to delete either of the accounts as I don't want the conflict to return. Is there a way to direct all incoming (and outgoing) email into just one folder set so I can delete the other? I also have a business email account which uses Frontier rather than Charter. I have to send all my email from that account to people to avoid a conflict which produces an error - " Sending reported error (0x80042109) Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) as another device is accessing the account or is down for repair", or something like that. When I send the same message from the Frontier account it goes out fine yet only comes into the newly created account rather than into my old Personal Folders, and as I said earlier other email goes into the Personal Folders. How do I consolidate? Thanks for your patience reading all this.