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I'm testing DB Mail on my local box with WinXP, VS2005 pro, and SQL2005 dev. How can I get emails actuallly sent out? Is there any help for that with AT&T Yahoo I'm subscribed to or some other place?  Please advise. Thanks for any help.
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You need access to a SMTP server, and then configure a profile and an account to send mails through it
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Please advise where to get access to a SMTP server? Thru AT&T Yahoo I'm subscribed to or some other place?
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