Knowledgebase : E-Mail Services > SMTP Server (Outgoing)
SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. This is the generally accepted protocol for outgoing e-mail.
Certainly, the choice is yours. With your account you have the ability to use your ISP's SMTP server, or the one provided with your account. Using the one included with your account allows you to send all of your outgoing e-mail from your domain name rat...
Use the following syntax for your SMTP (outgoing) Mail server: mail.yourdomain.com If you have domain name pointers, you need to use your original domain name (not any domain pointers). Using domain name pointers rather than your original domain name wil...
Woollybear.com uses a proprietary program for SMTP service and does not disclose this information.
This is a fairly broad problem and could be the result of several factors. Please go through the list below and eliminate each possible problem: Make sure you have your outgoing SMTP Mail Server set to mail.yourdomain.com Make sure you have a connect...
E-mail bombers are malicious programs which intentionally deliver a large number of e-mail messages to your mailbox with the intention of flooding a persons mailbox. Most e-mail bombers are capable of sending out 2-5 e-mail messages per second, delivering...
Many different factors play into the overall time in transit for e-mail. E-mail sent to you through your Woollybear.com account will be delivered and ready immediately because the e-mail is delivered locally on our network rather than a different network ...
There are many reasons this can happen, but e-mail "bounces" back to the sender usually under 3 conditions: The domain of the recipient's e-mail address does not existThe e-mail address of the recipient no longer exists The SMTP server of the recipient's ...
The SMTP server will automatically truncate the body of all bounced e-mail when the size of the body exceeds 20 Kilobytes.
This error usually occurs when the recipient(s) of one or more of your e-mail messages has an invalid e-mail address. For example, if you forget to put an "@" in the e-mail address, the SMTP server will automatically reject this and will not send the e-m...
This message is sent back to you, the sender, from the SMTP server. The server is telling you that the "host" you tried to send e-mail to does not exist. The "host" is just the domain name following the "@" in the e-mail address. In the case of jason@Wool...
You will receive this message when trying to send an e-mail without having configured to authenticate BEFORE sending. You should be able to overcome this error by checking your email client configuration and trying to send the message again.
When sending email using our service, it's neccesary to have the outgoing (SMTP) connection authenticate itself as being permitted to send mail. Using an iPhone to send email requires an additional step when setting things up, in order to do that verifica...