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i configured Database mail with my company domain and it works fine and thank you for everyone help me here for finish this project , but i can not configure it with hotmail or yahoo, if i can please give me smtp server for hotmail and yahoo thanks
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It could be that your company SMTP does not allow open relay to Hotmail

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Hotmail and Yahoo Mail (and gmail, for that matter) are not SMTP servers that you can connect to that way.

You should be able to send mail to them (I have database mail send my hotmail account certain alerts, for when I'm at home), but you can't send database mail from them. To = yes, From = no.

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so noway to setup database mail with hotmail or yahoo to send from them ? that's because i have to answer my team
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That's correct.

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Why don't you use your local SMTP server to send mail but change the reply to from your hotmail/yahoo/gmail account through your SMTP server [if it can support this server-side].
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It's work fine with my company domain and now with our exchange and i can send it's very good, but my question what if i want to change the smtp server to be hotmail or yahoo because there are many application you can configure hotmail and yahoo and send through it any emails this is my question
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Database Mail is an SMTP application, so you need SMTP access to a mail server to send email from it. The free versions of Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail don't offer SMTP access - you access them solely via a web client (which can technically be automated, but not with Database Mail).

If you have either a Hotmail Plus or Yahoo! Mail Plus account you can use these services via SMTP - but those are premium services you pay to subscribe to. You can find the appropriate SMTP server details on their websites.

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Thank you so match go answer for me
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I already posted this once today. I suggest that you get a little Unix/Linux box and put Zimbra on it. It can be a stand alone SMPT server. All DB Mail then gets sent through the Zimbra SMPT server.

I've had this solution up and running for months at a client without a hitch.
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