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faq:email08 [2014/03/10 14:31]
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faq:email08 [2014/03/12 10:22]
memnon Tighten entry by removing outlook and mac specific stuff
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 [08] HOW DO I CONFIGURE SMTP AUTH WITH AN EMAIL CLIENT ON MY COMPUTER [08] HOW DO I CONFIGURE SMTP AUTH WITH AN EMAIL CLIENT ON MY COMPUTER
  
  
-     First - are you a VPM,DIALUP or MetaARPA member? ​ If not, you will +     First - are you a VPM, DIALUP or MetaARPA member? ​ If not, you will 
      not be able to use our SMTP server.      not be able to use our SMTP server.
  
      SDF and SDF-EU SMTP servers require the use of SMPT AUTH mechanisms      SDF and SDF-EU SMTP servers require the use of SMPT AUTH mechanisms
-     PLAIN, ​CRAM-MD5 ​or DIGEST-MD5 for relaying. ​ Your '​secret'​ is set+     ​CRAM-MD5DIGEST-MD5 ​or NTLM for relaying. ​ Your '​secret'​ is set
      with '​setdialup'​ or '​mkvpm'​. ​ Your '​username'​ will be your VPM or      with '​setdialup'​ or '​mkvpm'​. ​ Your '​username'​ will be your VPM or
      ​tenex.org domain. ​ Alternatively you can set a RELAY IP if you      ​tenex.org domain. ​ Alternatively you can set a RELAY IP if you
      have a static IP address or a dynamic IP address that doesn'​t      have a static IP address or a dynamic IP address that doesn'​t
-     ​change very often. +     ​change very often.  
- +      
-     Also, if you cannot access the SMTP server via port 25 (due to +     SMTP server:  ​sdfeu.org 
-     your ISP blocking that port), you can use port 587. +     SMTP LOGIN: ​  loginname.sdfeu.org 
- +     SMTP PASSWD:  ​Secret ​set with '​mkvpm'​ 
-     ​==============SETUP EXAMPLES FOR MACOS AND WINDOWS============== +      
- +     For best results use MD5-Challenge Response
-     To use SMTP AUTH with your VHOST or VPM membership, you +     Make sure ssl is turned off.
-     will use the following information:​ +
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-     SMTP server:  ​'​smtp.freeshell.org' or '<​del>​mail.sdf-eu.org</​del>'​ +
-     SMTP LOGIN: ​  Your full domain name +
-     SMTP PASSWD:  ​Your secret which you have set with '​mkvpm'​ +
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-     EXAMPLES for a VPM mailbox of '​bob@bob.freeshell.org'​ with a +
-     password of '​bob'​ and an SMTP AUTH secret of '​FUBAR':​ +
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-     Apple OS X w/ Mail.APP: +
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-     Start the Mail.APP program. +
-     Open preferences (CMD-,) +
-     Click on + to add a new account Fill in the followign:​ +
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-             ​Account Type:  POP +
-              Description: ​ SDF VPM address +
-            Email Address: ​ bob@bob.freeshell.org +
-                Full Name:  Bob Freeshell +
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-     Incoming Mail Server: ​ mail.freeshell.org +
-                User Name:  bob@bob.freeshell.org +
-                 ​Password: ​ bob +
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-     ​Select 'add server'​ .. +
-     ​Outgoing Mail Server: ​ smtp.freeshell.org +
-              Server Port:  25 +
-           ​Authentication: ​ Password +
-                User Name:  bob.freeshell.org  +
-                 ​Password: ​ FUBAR +
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-     ​Microsoft OutLook and LookOut Express +
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-     $ mkvpm set FUBAR   # where FUBAR is the SMTP password you want +
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-     Open LookOut (or LookOut Distress) +
-     Click TOOLS-->​ACCOUNTS-->​ADD-->​MAIL +
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-     ​pop3: ​ mail.freeshell.org +
-     ​smtp: ​ smtp.freeshell.org +
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-     ​Account Name:  bob@bob.freeshell.org +
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-     ​Select ACCOUNT-->​PROPERTIES-->​SERVERS +
-     ​Toggle on 'My server requires authentication"​ under Outgoing+
  
-     Settings +     If you cannot access the SMTP server via port 25 (due to 
-     Choose "Log on using"​ +     your ISP blocking that port), you can use port 587.  
-     ​Account name:  bob.freeshell.org  +     
-         ​Password: ​ FUBAR +
-     Do not toggle on "Log on using Secure Password Authentication"​+
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