On Friday 24 March 2006 10:31, Michael Krieger wrote:
> SMTP Authentication seems to be the norm these days, and I'd encourage  it.
>  Now if only M$ would make it the default or easier than going  into
> advanced settings when adding an account (and also the port 587  option).

why use port 587?  the 'use secure connection' is right there, and if you're 
doing any passing of authentication tokens across the wire, you should be 
encrypting it.

that's just my two cents.


Jeremy Kitchen ++ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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