Sending E-Mail via wi-fi while travelling

  SSR 39773 07:39 10 Mar 2007

I spend much of my time travelling (not on business thankfully) and make as much use of wi-fi as I can to connect. All is ok except that I cannot send e-mails via my normal method (smtp using Thunderbird or Outlook Express). This is because wanadoo limits you to using wanadoo service.

Without having numerous different e-mail account providers, how do I overcome this (I don't really want to use webmail).

Much of my time is spent in France (hence account)



  Diodorus Siculus 08:22 10 Mar 2007

click here for a free local SMTP server which I have used in the past to good effect.

  Graham. 09:32 10 Mar 2007

McAfee threw a wobbler about your link.

  Diodorus Siculus 09:39 10 Mar 2007

No idea why - I've just downloaded the file and scanned it (zip file with three files inside) with no problems.

  [email protected] 10:29 10 Mar 2007

Wanadoo - part of the French cartel magic! You will get much better service from but I expect you will have to pay a price to change.
See what you mean about the link:
click here
May be over zealous reporting Dio Sic but it's in the best interest.

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