Fido SMTP Server

Fido SMTP Server

Fido SMTP Server

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Fido SMTP Server

I just switched from Rogers Internet to Fido Internet. It looks like I can't access the Rogers SMTP server anymore for outgoing e-mail.

 

What is the configuration information for Fido's SMTP server?

 

 

 

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@RexLeChat wrote:

I just switched from Rogers Internet to Fido Internet. It looks like I can't access the Rogers SMTP server anymore for outgoing e-mail.

 

What is the configuration information for Fido's SMTP server?


 

Hello RexLeChat,

 

  Welcome to the forums!

 

  Is it for a Fido email address, or other email service like Gmail? I wasn't aware that Fido provided email addresses with their internet service. From what I understand, Fido does not have a SMTP server anymore (unless they re-introduced one because they now provide internet). You should use your email service's SMTP. For example, Gmail's SMTP server is smtp.gmail.com. Other email providers would have their own servers as well.

 

  If you're referring to a Rogers email address, you might consider verifying you are able to keep that address now that you are no longer using their services.

 

  Hope this helps Smiley

 

Cheers

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@RexLeChat wrote:

I just switched from Rogers Internet to Fido Internet. It looks like I can't access the Rogers SMTP server anymore for outgoing e-mail.

 

What is the configuration information for Fido's SMTP server?


 

Hello RexLeChat,

 

  Welcome to the forums!

 

  Is it for a Fido email address, or other email service like Gmail? I wasn't aware that Fido provided email addresses with their internet service. From what I understand, Fido does not have a SMTP server anymore (unless they re-introduced one because they now provide internet). You should use your email service's SMTP. For example, Gmail's SMTP server is smtp.gmail.com. Other email providers would have their own servers as well.

 

  If you're referring to a Rogers email address, you might consider verifying you are able to keep that address now that you are no longer using their services.

 

  Hope this helps Smiley

 

Cheers