Changing your outgoing mail server settings in Apple Mail

Apple Mail sometimes loses some of the information in the outgoing SMTP settings.
We’ve created guide to help you find and adjust your outgoing settings in Apple Mail.

Click here for the general WebMate mail settings for all email clients
Step 1: Go to Mail Preferences
Open Apple Mail.

Click on to Mail (top left of screen).

Choose Preferences from the menu.
Outgoing mail settings
Step 2: Locate the Outgoing Server
Click on to Accounts.

Select the account that requires attention from the white panel on the left.

Click on to the drop down menu, next to where it says Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):
Outgoing mail settings
Step 3: Edit SMTP Server List
To get to the outgoing server settings, choose Edit SMTP Server List from the drop down menu.

 Outgoing mail settings
Step 4: Outgoing server information
Click on to the Account Information button.

Description:  your email address

Server Name:
Outgoing mail settings
Step 5: Outgoing server information
Click on to the Advanced button.

Port: 465 

SSL: Yes

Authentication: Password.

User Name: Your full email address.

Password: Your email account password.

When all of the settings are in place click OK
Close the preferences window and Save the changes if asked.

That's it, your outgoing mail server changes have been completed.

Outgoing mail settings
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