Windows Mail: Activate e-mail authentication on Windows Vista?
Are you trying to find a way to use authentication when sending e-mails using Windows Mail, on your Windows Vista-based computer? Now remember, when Windows Mail is facing problems connecting to the outgoing email server you might be able to receive email messages but would not be able to send any. If you have been facing this issue from the very beginning then chances are that the e-mail account has not been setup properly.
Here’s how you can use authentication when sending e-mails using Windows Mail on your Windows Vista-based computer system.
Step 1: Click on the ‘Start’ button and go to ‘All Programs’.
Step 2: Click on ‘Windows Mail’.
Step 3: Click on the ‘Tools’ menu and then click on ‘Accounts’.
Step 4: Under ‘Mail’, click ‘your e mail account’, and then click on ‘Properties’.
Step 5: Click the ‘Servers’ tab, and then, under ‘Outgoing Mail Server’, select the ‘My server requires authentication’ check box.
Step 6: Click on ‘Settings’, click ‘Log on using’, and then enter the user name and password that you use to send e mail.
Step 7: Click ‘OK’.
Step 8: Click ‘Apply’ and then click ‘OK’.
See how simple it was! With the help of these simple steps you may use authentication when sending e-mails using Windows Mail on your Windows Vista-based PC. For better understanding on the above mentioned steps, watch our comprehensive solution video.
If you have any questions or queries regarding activating e-mail authentication on Windows Vista, feel free to call us. We offer round-the-clock assistance to diagnose and troubleshoot any related issue.