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Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
YES you CAN send MSN email from other domains -- you use SECURE.smtp.email.msn.com.
I've been doing it forever.
Just select http instead of pop3 when you are adding your hotmail account to outlook, it only asks for your email, user name and password, it then works.
Have had my laptop configured with the msn http since day one and it still works just fine. settings are
could be that this only works for those who have an account that was set up prior to some unknown cutoff date. These settings by the way work where-ever I happen to connect.
The change took place about 6 months ago. If you had an account setup prior to that, it will still work. If you are just setting up your account, it will not work
I'm closing comments on this article because people are simply repeating over and over again the question that is in fact answered by the article.
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