Ghost won't accept SSL SMTP for email, any free providers with SMTP or way to change Ghost?

Hi Everyone,

We are using Norton Ghost 15 for backups and until recently the e-mail notifications worked just fine.  We were recently informed that our ISP is now requiring authentication with SSL in order to send e-mail.  Ghost doesn't appear to support this or have any way to change from the standard port number, so it causes a problem.  

Anyone know if there is a way to change this in Ghost, or a free e-mail provider who offers SMTP access without requiring SSL?  I know Gmail does, but requires SSL also.  

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JsmplyAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  Will check those at the end of the day today.  Are they both free?  
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