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Mail Client SMTP Authentication Settings
To use the college SMTP server with Thunderbird when off-campus:
Outlook Express 5.5 & 6.0 - PC
Setting up Eudora to use secure connections is not straightforward and it first needs to be 'told' to trust the server security certificate manually.
Eudora on the Mac uses a system utility called Keychain Access (MacOS 9 +) to store password information. If this was not set up when you installed Eudora you may have to set it up by choosing Keychain Access from the Control Panel under the Apple menu.The first time you send mail using SSL, Eudora needs to be 'told' to trust the server security certificate manually by adding it to the keychain.
At this point you need to send a test message to yourself then,
The new certificate should appear in the Keychain window:
Close windows until you return to the Eudora screen. Try sending another message to yourself to confirm that the settings are working.
Note: You may find that the previous test message has been queued.
Earlier Apple Mail versions on Mac Os X 10.2.
Note that a secure connection will automatically be used without having to set SSL/TLS settings.
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