I am having problems sending mail with domain account and I use Earthlink, Comcast or AOL to connect to the internet.
Earthlink, Comcast or AOL users can have problems using their domains SMTP (send mail) server because of safe guards these ISPs have in place to prevent spammers from using their services.
You will need to use your ISP's SMTP mail server information in place of your own server information when setting up your email application. This will not affect your incoming mail.
Other providers that may have the same issue: Comcast, Verio, Cox, People PC
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