[kdepim-users] Folder identities [SOLVED]

Art Alexion art.alexion at verizon.net
Mon Mar 29 07:45:56 BST 2010

On Sunday 28 March 2010 14:33:50 Anne Wilson wrote:
> Perhaps it depends on the type of use  The only ISPs I've dealt with (4)
> have  required passwords to download mail but not for sending.  I guess
> that since you are using their connection there's no problem.  OTOH, you
> can't send using their smtp if you are not on your home connection, which
> is why I have a gmail one set up for when I'm away.

I haven't used an smtp that hasn't required a password in years.  That said, I 
haven't used the mail system of an ISP in years, but rather mail services, 
like Google, Yahoo or my work Exchange, which do not provide connections, just 
mail.  That is likely the difference.

Art Alexion
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