Using the SMTP_AUTH authentication service
SMTP_AUTH is an authentication service that enables itinerant
users to send mails from anywhere using their domain mail server. SMTP
is short for Simple
Mail Transfer Protocol, while AUTH
is short for Authentication.
You must configure your mail client to enable SMTP_AUTH authentication.
For more information about configuring your email client, see the program's
To use SMTP_AUTH, you must configure your mail client to
send the authentication user name and password to the domain mail server.
You must select the SMTP_AUTH tag (this will depend on the email client
you are using) and provide the required user name and password whenever
you need to send mail.
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Published April 16, 2004