I'm trying to send mail from outlook/outlook express and I get a "enter network password" error, but I can receive mail fine.

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If you have AT&T, Bell,  Bellsouth, Cox, Optimum Online, Qwest, Road Runner, Rogers, SBCGlobal, Shaw, Time-Warner, or Verizon as your internet provider (ISP), then they are likely blocking you from sending outgoing mail. You can override it by changing your outgoing (SMTP) mail port to 101.

 

 

For Outlook Express

  1. Click on "Tools" in the menu bar
  2. Click on "Accounts"
  3. Click the "Mail" tab
  4. Double-click the account (it will say mail.you-website-name)
  5. Click the "Advanced" tab
  6. Locate the box labeled "Outgoing server (SMTP)"
  7. Change the number from "25" to "101"
  8. Click the "Apply" and "OK" buttons
  9. Click the "Close" button
  10. Close Outlook Express and then open it again


Note: Leave the "Incoming server (POP)" number at 110


For Outlook 2002/2003

  1. Click on "Tools" in the menu bar
  2. Click on "Email Accounts"
  3. Click the "View or change an existing account" option and click "Next"
  4. Double-click the account (it will say mail.you-website-name)
  5. Click the "More Settings" button
  6. Click the "Advanced" tab
  7. Locate the box labeled "Outgoing server (SMTP)"
  8. Change the number from "25" to "101"
  9. Click the "OK" and "Next" buttons
  10. Click the "Finish" button
  11. Close Outlook and then open it again


Note: Leave the "Incoming server (POP)" number at 110

For Outlook 2007

  1. Click on "Tools" in the menu bar
  2. Click on "Account Settings"
  3. Double-click the account (it will show your email address)
  4. Click the "More Settings" button
  5. Click the "Advanced" tab
  6. Locate the box labeled "Outgoing server (SMTP)"
  7. Change the number from "25" to "101"
  8. Click the "OK" and "Next" buttons
  9. Click the "Finish" button
  10. Close Outlook and then open it again


Note: Leave the "Incoming server (POP)" number at 110

For Outlook 2010

  1. Click on "File"
  2. Click on the "Account Settings"
  3. Click on the menu item labeled "Account Settings"
  4. Double-click the account (it will say mail.you-website-name)
  5. Click the "More Settings" button
  6. Click the "Advanced" tab
  7. Locate the box labeled "Outgoing server (SMTP)"
  8. Change the number from "25" to "101"
  9. Click the "OK" and "Next" buttons
  10. Click the "Finish" button
  11. Close Outlook and then open it again


Note: Leave the "Incoming server (POP)" number at 110

For Outlook 2013

  1. Click on "File"
  2. Click on the "Account and Social Network Settings"
  3. Click on the menu item labeled "Account Settings"
  4. Double-click the account (it will say mail.you-website-name)
  5. Click the "More Settings" button
  6. Click the "Advanced" tab
  7. Locate the box labeled "Outgoing server (SMTP)"
  8. Change the number from "25" to "101"
  9. Click the "OK" and "Next" buttons
  10. Click "Close" if you are presented with this dialog box
  11. Click the "Finish" button
  12. Close Outlook and then open it again


Note: Leave the "Incoming server (POP)" number at 110

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