I recently received an attachment from Microsoft which claimed it contained patches for the various security issues that existed. I know nothing of the issues but like a good boy I pressed the button and it went off and did something - who knows what - I don't really care - anyhow it got to the end and a dialogue box asked me for two pieces of information and I have not a clue where to get the information let alone provide it. The questions were:
What is your outgoing SMTP server?
What is your incoming POP3 server?
I haven't quoted precisely but I think that was the gist of it.
Can someone please tell me where I can find the answers to these questions.
Sure there are two questions but there was only one dialogue box!
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