Enabling SMTP Authentication for Email Client
Start Outlook Express, click the “Tools” menu
at the top of the window and then click “Accounts”.
When the “Internet Accounts” window opens
click on the “Mail” tab at the top of the window.
Click on streamyx / tm.net.my mail to highlight it and then
click the “Properties” button.
Click on the servers tab at the top. At the outgoing
mail server portion, check the box that says “My server
requires authentication”. Then click the "settings”
In the “Outgoing Mail Server” window select
the “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
Click Apply, then click OK. Close the Internet
Microsoft outlook 2003
Open Microsoft Outlook and and go to Tools -
Click the View or Change existing email accounts
option, and click Next.
Highlight the type of email accounts you already have
configured for Microsoft Outlook (streamyx.com / tm.net.my).
Click the Change button. The Internet Email Settings
dialog box appears, showing the settings for your existing
account. Click the More Settings button.
The next Internet Email Settings dialog box appears
containing four tabs. Click the Outgoing Server tab.
Click the checkbox for My outgoing server
(SMTP) requires authentication. Leave the default
setting to Use same settings as my incoming mail
Click OK, then Next, then Finish. Microsoft Outlook
is now configured for SMTP Authentication. You will be
prompted to enter your password when sending/receiving mail
from your account.
Microsoft outlook 2000
Start Outlook 2000 then proceed to Tools >
Internet Accounts. In the Internet Accounts
window, click on your streamyx/ tm.net.my' account under
the Mail tab then select Properties.
Select the Servers tab. On this tab make sure the
entry for the Outgoing Mail Server is set to
smtp.streamyx.com / smtp.tm.net.my and that the My
server requires authentication box is checked.
Click the Settings box to open Outgoing Mail
Server dialog box and use these settings:
Click on the servers tab at the top. At the bottom of
that window put the check in the box that says “My
server requires authentication”. Then click the
"settings” button to the right.
In the “Outgoing Mail Server” window select the “Use
same settings as my incoming mail server” option.
Click Apply, then click OK. Close the
Internet Accounts window
Open Thunderbird Mail. From the Tools menu
select Account Settings.
At the left pane, select the entry Outgoing Server
(SMTP). The Outgoing Server (SMTP) Settings appear on
Edit to modify the entry of SMTP server.
Verify that the Use name and password box
is checked. Click on the box to check it, if it is not
In the User Name box enter your email address.
Click the OK button.
Authentication has now been enabled. Please note, you will
be prompted for your password the first time that you send
email. Be sure to check the box Use Password Manager to
remember the password, to avoid having to enter it every
time that you send email.
Open Eudora. From the Tools menu, choose Options.
Choose Getting Started from the Category list.
In the User Name field, type your complete email
For streamyx user: <email>@streamyx.com (See example below)
For tm.net.my user:<email> (i.e: jenny)
In the SMTP Server (Outgoing) field, type
pop.streamyx.com / pop.tm.net.my
Check the box next to Allow authentication.
Click the OK button.
Upon sending an email message, a box will appear
prompting for the password to send email.