Enter the text as shown in Bold in the example command box below, hitting Enter at the end of each line. For each successful command you issue, the server a return the message.

telnet smtp.123-reg.co.uk 25

220 mail6.atlas.pipex.net ESMTP Exim 4.71 - "ATLAS SMTP Service" Wed, 13 Jul 201 1 10:47:06 +0100

EHLO smtp.123-reg.co.uk

250-mail6.atlas.pipex.net Hello hns01-fw.internal.gxn.net [195.224.160.13]

250-SIZE 31457280

250-PIPELINING

250-AUTH PLAIN LOGINbr />
250 HELP

AUTH LOGIN

334 DXNl4gddhbWU3

cwtui3lAcmlja2ljaeFoYewuY2 (Base 64 encoded username)

334 UGFzc3dvcmQ6

YeGjc3ducmE (Base 64 encoded password)

235 Authentication succeeded

MAIL FROM: emailaddress@domain.com

250 OK

RCPT TO: recipent@theirdomain.com

250 Accepted

DATA

354 Enter message, ending with "." on a line by itself

Subject Test using Telnet

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250 OK id=4Qgw3m-023484q-I5

This test will indicate whether or not you are able to connect successfully to send email from your e-mail account and if you see the statement OK it means the that the email message was sent to the recipient.

If you are able to connect successfully using telnet and send a email, but not through your regular e-mail client, this suggests the issue may be caused by your local software and you should re-check account settings in your e-mail client in accordance with the vendors help documentation and our e-mail support pages.