Recent Foxmail developers frequently received user feedback: Foxmail can not send and receive, return the "STATUS3 remote system denied network connection" error. Through the Foxmail group on this issue research and follow-up, found that this problem may be caused by the Foxmail firewall software.
Specific solutions are as follows:
1. Add Foxmail to the "Allow Programs" list in Windows Firewall.
1.1. Click on the Windows "Start" menu and select "Control Panel"-"Security Center"-"Windows Firewall".
1.2. In the exceptions, select Add Program, and then select Browse.
1.3. Select Foxmail.exe (Foxmail generally installed in the system disk program Filesfoxmail directory), and then click "OK".
2. If you install the rising anti-virus software, then also please the rising of the mail monitoring function off.
2.1. Double-click the rising icon on the system tray drag. Rising management interface pop-up.
2.2. Click "Settings"-"Detailed Settings" menu items, in the pop-up window select "Rising Monitoring Center."
2.3. If the "Initiate mail send Monitoring" and "Enable mail receive monitoring" Selections are checked, uncheck the two items. then click OK.
After the two steps above, restart the computer, and then test the use of Foxmail to send and receive.