Where are SMTP settings for Windows Mail to send emails on my WA hosted site

Last Update: March 01, 2015

Within Windows Mail client on my PC, I have set up and successfully received emails sent to my email address on my WA hosted site.

Within Windows Mail client on my PC, I have tried various settings in order to set up my outgoing email details. But no luck. I searched under SMTP in WA earlier, but none of the answers worked for me.

The message could not be sent. The authentication setting might not be correct for your outgoing e-mail [SMTP] server. For help solving this problem, go to Help, search for "Troubleshoot Windows Mail", and read the "I'm having problems sending e-mail" section. If you need help determining the proper server settings, please contact your e-mail service provider.

What are the proper settings I should be using?

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DynamicDavid Premium
A few months ago, Wealthy Affiliate provided this information in a new way, you just click a few buttons to get to the required information:

In Wealthy Affiliate, if you are a premium member, and your domain is hosted within the Wealthy Affiliate Hosting environment SiteRubix, you can find out this information by doing the following:

Login Wealthy Affiliate. On the Wealthy Affiliate Dashboard, select SiteRubix, then Site Manager, than Site Email. Then select the applicable email account. Click on the SMTP Settings for that email account. And the information is displayed.
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DynamicDavid Premium
Outgoing emails.
You need to get some information from your internet service provider (ISP)
or your email provider eg hotmail (now outlook):
Below are details for a hotmail account called losebellyfattoday@hotmail.com
Outgoing mail server: smtp.live.com
Server requires authication: ticked (for yes)
Email: losebellyfattoday@hotmail.com
Password: this_is_top_secret
Log on using SPA: left blank (for no)
Outgoing Mail Port: 25
Server uses SSL: Ticked (for yes)
Emails sent using this complete example would be coming from
losebellyfattoday@hotmail.com, not support@losebellyfattoday.com
To send the emails from support@losebellyfattoday.com, you would
need to log into your atmail account and send them from there.
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DynamicDavid Premium
I am using losebellyfattoday.com as an example:

Incoming emails.
Email address: support@losebellyfattoday.com
Incoming mail server type: POP3 server
Incoming mail server: mail.losebellyfattoday.com
Incoming mail: support@losebellyfattoday.com
Password: topsecret
Incoming mail (POP3) Port: 110
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DynamicDavid Premium
Thanks for replying, I tried one additional suggestion on it. It did not work out. Think I need to get Carson on the case....
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floridajf Premium
Great!
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