I live in Ireland and have an *******@eircom.net e-mail address. I use Outlook 2010 to manage my e-mail.
I travel to Portugal frequently and use a Vodafone(Portugal) dongle to access broadband on my laptop. I also have a ******@vodafone.pt e-mail address.
When in Portugal, I can receive all my e-mails in Outlook without any problem, but CANNOT send e-mails from Outlook.
I contacted Eircom Ireland and they say that it is an issue for my service provider in Portugal.
I contacted Vodafone Portugal and they say that they cannot help me, because only vodafone.pt addresses can be used (for security purposes)
Is there a solution for this? Can Outlook be configured to manage this.
Ideally, what I would like to be able to do is to select which service provider (and e-mail address) to use when sending a new e-mail, or replying to/forwarding an e-mail already received into *******@eircom.net (either eircom or vodafone)