Error #103 means eMail Bounce Handler was unable to resolve the address that was specified. A prime example of this would be a mistyped IP address, or a domain name of an unknown or unreachable host.
On the Windows operating system, error 103 may also be produced by an Anti-virus software. As an exemple McAfee has a port blocking that doesn't block Outlook Express, but would block eMail Bounce Handler. The software can be set to allow eMail Bounce Handler though. A similar issue can be produced by Norton Anti-virus as well. You can simply uncheck virus detection on incoming e-mails (at least while using eMail Bounce Handler).
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eMail Bounce Handler is a bounce e-mail filtering and handling tool that recognizes bounce e-mails using a customizable set of rules and extracts the recipients addresses allowing you to use them again to try sending your mail or to take them off your list.
eMail Bounce Handler simply connects to your POP or IMAP mailbox in order to retrieve bounces letting any other message untouched.
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