...is always required.. It shouldn't change and can be configured into the Outlook account information from Tool/Option/E-mail Accounts/View or Change exiting accounts/highlight the account, choose "Change". The smtp server should stay fixed. For example: "smtp.netzero.net" is always that...How are you changing it to make it work when it's not?
If the sending properties aren't making it out through the wi-fi signal, you'll need to check on the router or software firewall to make sure it's allowing Outlook through.
Hope this helps.
When I am on a WiFi network, my email does not send. I have set up a new email account, and POP works fine. However, unless I have the exact smtp link of the server that is handling the WiFi, I get an email rejection message when I attempt to send email.
Is there any generic smtp address that I should be using?
My email works fine, both sending and receiving when I'm hard wired to my router.
Windows XP, SP2, using Outlook for email.