Updating Mail Clients to Secure SMTP
In an effort to cut down on the amount of spam passing through the network, the CSEE Department has implemented an authentication policy on its SMTP server from a non-campus system.
As of June 17, 2005, in order to use the department’s SMTP server from off-campus, there are two choices:
1) use the campus VPN (no changes will be needed to be done)
2) modify your e‑mail client’s configuration as described below
Detailed instructions are provided for Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, and Mozilla/Netscape/Thunderbird. If any other program is being used, please see the mail client documentation for instructions.
The outgoing SMTP mail relay needs to be configured to support TLS encryption and the username/password authentication that is used for logging in to any CSEE system.
Updating Microsoft Outlook to Support Secure Authentication
|Open Microsoft Outlook.
From the Tools menu, select E‑mail Accounts…
Choose View or change existing e‑mail accounts.
|Click Next >.and select your CSEE account.|
|Press More Settings…
Click on the Outgoing Server tab.
Enable My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and choose Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
|Click on the Advanced tab.
Below Outgoing server (SMTP), enable This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL).
Updating Microsoft Outlook Express to Support Secure Authentication
|Open Microsoft Outlook Express.
From the Tools menu, select Accounts…
Click on the Mail tab.
Select your CSEE account.