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Sending E-mail From Non-UC San Diego Internet Service Providers

Use these Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) servers to send e-mail with your non-UC San Diego Internet Service Provider (ISP).

UCSD requires you to authorize SMTP with SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to use the outgoing mail server from off campus.

For most non-UCSD ISPs, such as cable modem services, specify smtp.ucsd.edu as your outgoing server.

Some ISPs require their own outgoing mail servers. Find your ISP on the list below to determine which SMTP server to use. You may want to follow up with your service provider, if you need further information on the outgoing mail server.

ISP SMTP server
AOL smtp.aol.com
AT&T/ Cingular smtp.attwireless.net
Comcast smtp.comcast.net
Cox smtp.west.cox.net
Earthlink smtpauth.earthlink.net
Juno Juno does not support e-mail clients; Juno customers must manage their e-mail on the Web at http://webmail.ucsd.edu.
Lycos smtp.mail.lycos.com
MSN smtp.email.msn.com
NetZero smtp.netzero.net
Prodigy smtp.prodigy.net
RoadRunner/Time Warner May allow smtp.ucsd.edu (if not, use: smtp-server.san.rr.com)
SBC (formerly Pacific Bell) smtp.sbcglobal.net
Sprint smtp.sprintpcs.com
T-Mobile myemail.t-mobile.com
Verizon Wireless smtp.vzwmail.net
Znet mail.znet.com