In hotels can receive but not send

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My outlook works fine at the office. Sometimes using wireless network at
hotels i can receive emails but not send
 
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"markpitcher" <markpitcher> wrote in message
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> My outlook works fine at the office. Sometimes using wireless network at
> hotels i can receive emails but not send


Have you set the smtp server to authenticate?

 
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markpitcher wrote:

> My outlook works fine at the office. Sometimes using wireless network at
> hotels i can receive emails but not send


How do YOU know the e-mails will not send? Prove it. Tell what happens
when you *do* try to send an e-mail.

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