How to Connect to PostCast Server
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To be able to send messages, every e-mail program must have the SMTP
server value entered. Thus, for instance, if you are using Outlook
Express or Outlook to open the window wherein the SMTP server address
is to be entered, select the "Accounts?" option from the "Tools" menu.
Double-click on the account name that you want to change and when the
window with its properties appears, select the "Servers" tab. This is
how the window is supposed to look:
In Outlook 2003, the server
address should be entered as in the figure below:
The "localhost" value, marked yellow in the figures above, is the value
to be entered in case you are not a LAN user. If your computer is within
LAN, you should enter its IP address. Do not forget that, in PostCast
Server, the same value should be written in the "Host Name" text box as
well. If you are not sure what to use, PostCast Server itself will detect
the necessary value and automatically update the "Host Name" text box
in the "Settings" window. The "Host Name"
value is shown in the figure below:
Instead of "localhost", the program can detect the name of your computer
or the IP address. In any case, the value from PostCast Server must be
entered into your e-mail program.
the connection between the e-mail client and the server
the mail sending process from the server