SMTP Authentication in Thunderbird 3

  1. In Windows Main, click the Tools menu and select Accounts.


  2. Select the email account and click Properties.


  3. Click the Servers tab. Under Outgoing Mail Server, select My server requires authentication and click Settings.


  4. Select "Use same settings as my incoming mail server". Click OK.


  5. OPTIONAL: You may wish to change the SMTP Port Number and/or change SSL settings. This screen shot shows the proper configuration if you want to use SSL for incoming and outgoing mail:


If you have difficulties with sending mail after making these changes, see our Outgoing SMTP mail not working Support article.
  • 0 Users Found This Useful
Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

Setup E-mail Forwarding

The process of setting up e-mail forwarding depends on whether you are using the free e-mail...

Spam Assassin Spam Filtering configuration

Our servers utilize a combination of tools to block most spam from reaching your inbox. However,...

Trouble accessing Webmail

The QTH.com Webmail System uses port 2096. So, if you go to http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail, it...

Error Checking Mail

QTH.com limits the number of times you can check mail per hour, to avoid unnecessary load on the...

SMTP Authentication in Outlook Express 6

To enable SMTP Authentication in Outlook Express version 6: Select the 'Tools' menu and click...