Please be sure that you have enabled SMTP Authentication. See your email client’s setup documentation for directions.  The other cause may be that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) does not allow third-party SMTP servers.

In this case, please contact your ISP to obtain their SMTP configuration settings.


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