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Topic # 151044 12-Aug-2014 07:48
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Hi there

Late last year I acquired a Telecom MF190 T-Stick to use on my laptop for mobile broadband.

I haven't used it yet, but plan on doing so this Thursday.

Because I usually send emails via smtp.clear.net.nz (in Outlook), what SMTP server do I use to send emails from my Clear email address while using Telecom mobile broadband?

Many thanks
Stevie

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  Reply # 1106875 12-Aug-2014 09:45
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Do you have outbound authentication to clear? If so then no problem. Its only if you have unauthenticated outbound sending that you have to change to the isps smtp server. If thats the case change your outbound temporarily to send.xtra.co.nz but change back when you connect to your home broadband.



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  Reply # 1121307 3-Sep-2014 17:01
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Okay, so I tried using my device a couple of weeks ago but couldn't get it going.

Right now I'm trying to connect to the 3G Spark network using the MF190 T-stick.

I have ConnectMe installed, but is displaying that no wireless devices are present (I've deliberately disabled my Wireless LAN).

The T-stick is showing blue light in the circle.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v608/steviet/telecom_zpsc2f327e2.jpg


Any help much appreciated.

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