It's easy... Click on Tools - Accounts then when the accounts window open,
click on your Email account then click on the Properties button on the right
side. When the account properties window opens, click on the Server tab.
Towards the bottom you'll see a line that says Outgoing Mail Server and
below it is another line that says My server requires authentication. Just
click on the box next to that line to put a checkmark there. Now in most
instances the login credentials are the same for both inbound and outgoing
mail servers. But in the event they are different, click on the settings
button on the right and you'll be able to enter a different
username/password combo for the outgoing mail server.
"JLH Drilling" <JLHDrilling@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Could you explain me how to do this, please?
> "osu9400" wrote:
>> Make sure your account is setup to use authentication to send email.
>> "JLH Drilling" <JLH Drilling@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > The message could not be sent because the server rejected the sender's
>> > e-mail
>> > address. The sender's e-mail address was 'jlhdrillingp@xxxxxx'.
>> > Subject 'test'
>> > Server Error: 553
>> > Server Response: 553 Authentication is required to send mail as
>> > <jlhdrillingp@xxxxxx>
>> > Server: 'smtp-server.satx.rr.com'
>> > Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC78
>> > Protocol: SMTP
>> > Port: 25
>> > Secure(SSL): No
>> > What can i do to fix this problem?
>> > Please I need help.
>> > Thank you