We have instructions for both default SMTP port and alternate SMTP port configurations - alternate port is generally used if your ISP blocks the normal port 25 SMTP access (as many do these days!).
Load Mulberry 3.x
From the main screen open the 'Files' menu and then select'Preferences...'
Select the 'Accounts' tab
Drop-down the 'Account:' box and select 'SMTP'
Change the 'Server:' to the AuthSMTP server we supplied with your signup email - to specify an alternate SMTP port number use:serve-namer:port-number - for instance for port 2525 (the alternate port we recommend) you would enter: mail.authsmtp.com:2525
On the 'Authenticate' tab below you can set the 'Method:' to either'Plain Text', 'CRAM-MD5' or 'DIGEST-MD5' ('NTLM' is not currently compatible) - we recommend: CRAM-MD5
Enter the AuthSMTP username and password we supplied when you signed up
IMPORTANT: 'authsmtp.username' is an example - if your AuthSMTP username was 'ab12345' enter it as that and *not* as 'authsmtp.ab12345'
Tick 'Save User ID'
Tick 'Save Password'
Click the 'OK' button and it will return you to the main Mulberry screen
Mulberry will not ask you for the password until you actually send a message - so create and send one
When you go to send it will pop up with the box below with your user ID already entered.
Enter your password and click the 'OK' button and the message should send.
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