SMTP authentication guide
Authenticated SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) allows users
who connect via dial-up, DSL, or cable modem through
non-Wyith/DomainAvenue.com Internet service providers
to use our outgoing mail server. To use the authenticated
SMTP service, you must configure your e-mail client following
the instructions listed below.
How to set up outgoing mail authentication
The tables below have instructions for setting up (configuring)
popular e-mail software to use the authenticated SMTP server.
An alternative to configuring or reconfiguring your software is
to use our Webmail service, please contact us
I cannot access the authenticated outgoing mailserver ...
If your password is longer than 8 characters, try entering just the first
8 characters of the password. This is because the server automatically ignores
the ninth character and onwards. It is also possible that you cannot use
the authenticated SMTP server because either your mail program is not
supported, or your Internet service provider prevents you from accessing
all third-party SMTP servers, like MSN, COX and AOL. In this case, you
have the following options:
If you are using MSN, COX or AOL (or some other ISPs that also
block third party SMTP servers, you can try changing the default outgoing
mailserver name to FASTSMTP.wyith.net, instead of the normal REMOTESMTP.WYITH.NET,
and the port number from the standard 25 to 5190 or 3389.
If you are connected to the Internet with another service provider,
contact them for help on using their SMTP or outgoing mail server.
Using their outgoing mail server will not affect your ability to use your
email account associated with your own domain name.
Business broadband subscribers
Please use FASTSMTP.WYITH.NET if you are using our business broadband
connection. You will not need to use any username/password as long
as you are using our connection.