From: RAK on 10 Apr 2010 15:28
Whenever I take my notebook away from home and use my Outlook 2003, I find
that even though I can receive messages, I get an error message when I try to
send them. Any thoughts?
From: VanguardLH on 10 Apr 2010 22:37
> Whenever I take my notebook away from home and use my Outlook 2003, I find
> that even though I can receive messages, I get an error message when I try to
> send them. Any thoughts?
Oh, an error message, but one that you choose not to share here. Expect
responses to be as vague as your post.
One guess: Configure the e-mail account defined within Outlook to
authenticate to the SMTP mail host.
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