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Old 31st July 2006, 16:20
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I would do the following options in case of POP3:

Username: web2_002
Password: Dingdong
SMTP AND POP3: Any DNS-Name pointing to your servers IP (or the IP directly)

Then you should go to "advanced options" or sth. like that, where you have to define authentication for smpt-Server and check the radio "same as for POP3" or anything like that.

That should work fine, I had no problems with that.
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