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Is the email address that you are sending to has a different domain as yours? ex: firstname.lastname@example.org. If anything after "@" is different then it is settings in your outlook that needs to be changed to adjust to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Especially if the email that you are using is for your office or another provider.
For this issue, you need to get the smpt server of your ISP. It may be smtp.ispname.net or the format may be different or it may prompt you for a username or a password. One sure way to get it is to call your ISP.
If you are using outlook, once you have the name you need to go to:
Tools -> Account Settings -> double click the account you are using.
On the outgoing server.... copy the one that is written. You will have to type it back when you get back to the office to make it work there. Click next then finish. You may have to restart your email.
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