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Receive the error message "Sent test e-mail message: None of the authentication methods supported by this client are supported by your server" when trying to send Hotmail email using Outlook 2007

Receive the error message "Sent test e-mail message: None of the authentication methods supported by this client are supported by your server" when trying to send Hotmail email using Outlook 2007 (see the screenshot).

I have set up the user's Hotmail email address in Outlook 2007.

The settings that I have used are shown in the screenshots below.

I have entered these exact same settings into Outlook 2000 and into Outlook Express (both on different computers) and am able to send and receive Hotmail emails using these two mail client programs without any problems.

I have tried both Outgoing server (SMTP) ports 25 & 587

What do I need to do to fix this issue so that I will be able to send and receive Hotmail emails using Outlook 2007?
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Tyler LaczkoCommented:
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rahulrelanCommented:
go to tab that say "Outgoing Sevrer" and uncheck the box "My Outgoing Server requires authentication".

To reach the place open Outlook Click tools > Account Settings > Hightlight Email > Change > More Settings > Outgoing Server
 It will work.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
page 3 you have use encrypted communication set to NONE

Incoming Server (POP3 Server): pop3.live.com
Incoming Server POP Port: 995
Incoming Server POP SSL Encryption: Yes (On or Required)

Outgoing Server (SMTP Server): smtp.live.com
Outgoing Server SMTP Port: 25 or 587
Outgoing Server Authentication: Yes (On – Use POP username and password or Hotmail credentials)
Outgoing Server TLS or SSL Secure Encrypted Connection: Yes (On or Required)

User Name: Windows Live ID (e.g. yourname@hotmail.com)
Password: password used to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live service

Note: “Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)” check box in Outlook, Outlook Express or Windows Live Mail should not be selected.
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