Sending email to addresses outside my domain

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Domain
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Microsoft Outlook
I can only send email internally and when I try to send to an outside email address not in my domain I see errors that relaying is not allowed. I set up my account in Outlook from memory and might have missed a step. Our server is Imail Mail Server with unlimited licenses. Any ideas?

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  • Koohiisan
    Can you compare against a system you know to be correctly configured?
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  • Gabe9527
    Does the "I" mean only you or all of your users?
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  • petkoa
    I'm not familiar with IMail MTA, but here are a couple of general considerations : (1) usual MTA configurations allow mail relaying TO any user with a local address, FROM any user of the hosts residing on local network/domain, and FROM authenticated users on the Internet; (2) nevertheless, some MTA could require user authentication from hosts residing on local network/domain in order to allow relaying. So, either you are trying to send outgoing mail connecting from home to your company MTA, or your MTA requires authentication even for internal hosts... Be aware, that any comparatively new MTA will refuse to authenticate users through unencrypted connection and using incompatible authentication method - thus the best way to proceed is to ask your sysadmin how to properly configure your mail client - type of encryption (SSL vs. STARTTLS), and type of authentication (lot of them around - plain, login, nlm, etc., etc.)
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