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I have setup e-mail accounts in Ms Outlook 2003. I can receive but not send. I get 0x80042109 error code.  
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Dave Baldwin earned 125 total points
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You need to contact your email provider and verify the account set up with them.  They may require something you don't know about.  And each provider can set that up differently so you have to ask your own provider.
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by:Hendrik Wiese
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Find out if your service provider requires authentication on outgoing emails, because then you would have to include that during outlook setup.
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Have to Selected This settings? My outgoing server requires authentication, by selected use same settings as my incoming server? Just go with the screenshot.  
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Yes correct, select it and test again.
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