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Experience:  15 years of Mac software and hardware troubleshooting experience, 10 years of programming experience
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I do not want to use a password on my internet. How do I

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I do not want to use a password XXXXX my internet. How do I eliminate the password XXXXX order to send an email?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Shawn replied 8 years ago.
Hello JWaters5,

I'm going to try and assist you, but need a bit of information first. What program or website are you using for e-mail?


Thanks! Kind regards,

Shawn
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Entourage
Expert:  Shawn replied 8 years ago.
HellCustomer

Thank you!

You can't get rid of your password XXXXX but you can save it so that you don't have to type it in to send an e-mail. Please try the following:

1) Open Entourage
2) Go to Tools->Accounts
3) Choose your e-mail account and click "Edit"
4) In Account Settings, enter your e-mail account password XXXXX the Password XXXXX
5) Make sure that the "Save password XXXXX my Mac OS keychain" box is checked
6) At the bottom of the window under Sending mail, click the advanced button
7) Make sure the "SMTP server requires authentication" box is checked
8) Make sure that "Use same settings as receiving mail server" is selected
9) Close and save the preferences and restart Entourage


This should eliminate the password XXXXX Let me know how this works! Kind regards,

Shawn