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Setting-Up-A-Mail-Client

Incoming Server - POP3

pop.domain.tld
eg. pop.example.com
PORT 110 (This is usually the default setting)

Incoming Server - IMAP

imap.domain.tld
eg. imap.example.com
PORT 143 (This is usually the default setting)

Outgoing Server - SMTP

smtp.domain.tld
eg. smtp.example.com
PORT 25 (This is usually the default setting)
If your ISP blocks outgoing port 25, they should have port 587 (submission) open for sending email (eg. three.co.uk in the uk do)

Note that you HAVE to use password auth so you can send email to the outside. Otherwise it will just be rejected with a "relay denied" error.

User Name (Login)

user@domain.tld
eg. webmaster@myamazingwebsite.com

OK.. for all of you who are using Outlook 2010

Here is the easy solution:

For the account which cannot send email through postfix in latest dtc, configure it manually with standard settings, then go to more settings>adanced

There you have option under SMTP: use the following type of encrypted connection > select TLS

Go to Send and Receive, outlook will ask you to install certificate, just choose continue and do not install certificate...

Now sending works, outlook will not ask you again to install certificate and sending will continue to work as usual without problems...

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