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I lost my Outlook account information and need to reset.

This is what I have;

INCOMING Server (POP3)    
Server             mail.spamarrest.com
Server Type             POP or IMAP
Username             Your Spam Arrest Username
Password             Your Spam Arrest Password
Port            110 (POP) or 143 (IMAP)

My Outlook Account Settings:

User Information
Your Name: David Martin
E-mail Address: dovberman@cableone.net

Server Information
Account Type: POP3
Outgoing mail server: POP3  

Logon Information
User Name: dovberman@cableone.net
Password: xxxxxxxxx
Remember password is checked.

Outgoing mail server: POP3  ?? How do I locate the Outgoing mail server(SMTP)  

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It looks like it would be pop3.cableone.net
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Contact with your mail hosting provider.
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by:Dovberman
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The Cableone tech gave me the specs.

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