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The SMTP server is the internet address of the mail server that Entourage should connect to when sending your messages. Like a POP or IMAP server, this address might consist of only letters, letters and numbers, or only numbers, and it typically includes three or four parts that are separated by periods (.).
Your ISP will provide you with this information. You can also use YOUR ISP's SMTP for other accounts like your mac.com account or your work account. This is often required to prevent relaying. Since SMTP is for sending it is not required that it match the POP server that is used for receiving.
Examples of SMTP server addresses might be
Other common terms for SMTP server are:
- outgoing message server
- sending server
- SMTP server address.
Note If you're setting up an MSN Hotmail account, you don't need to enter this information.
Get Paul Berkowitz's (free) script "SMTP Location X" at MacScripter.net. It says Entourage vX, but will also work in E2004