ISPs/Outgoing Mail Servers

Some ISP's may block SMTP port 25. If your ISP does, then you will need to use your ISPs outgoing mail server for configuring your outbound SMTP for your email account.

Here is a list of Popular ISPs and their corresponding Outgoing Mail servers.

AAPT: mail.aapt.net.au

Bigpond: mail.bigpond.com

Dodo: smtp.dodo.com.au

iiNet: mail.iinet.net.au

Internode: mail.internode.on.net

iPrimus: smtp.iprimus.com.au

OntheNet: mail.onthenet.com.au

Optusnet: mail.optusnet.com.au

Ozemail: smtp.ozemail.com.au

Three(3G Mobile): smtp.three.com.au

TPG: mail.tpg.com.au

Virgin Mobile 3G: smtp.virginbroadband.com.au

Vodafone 3G: smtp.vodafone.net.au

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