|FileBack PC is not able to send email through an SMTP server|
It is becoming more and more common for connections to
SMTP servers to be blocked by anti-virus and anti-spyware software. If
you are running such software please add FileBack PC to the approved list of
software that is allowed to connect to SMTP servers, or disable this feature
in your anti-virus software. Additionally, please check that:
(1) The email server name is correct. To verify, click Start / Run,
type Telnet (servername) 25, and click OK. If you get a connection the
server name is correct.
(2) If your email server requires authentication, make sure the proper
username and password are included in the FileBack PC email settings.
(3) Check that the "from" and "to" addresses are in the correct format:
either a simple email address, such as
firstname.lastname@example.org, or User Name <email@example.com>.
If you are not able to get SMTP email working please feel free to use the
MOS Server option to send outgoing email. It was created to work
around the ever-increasing restrictions being placed on SMTP connections (in
an effort to reduce junk email). If your email domain is using SPF or
other sender verification systems, you may use the
account name as your from address (or Your Name <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
to bypass these restrictions.
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