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Office365 IMAP I can receive but not send

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I set up my new email using the TB new email account wizard, which completed successfully. I can receive but not send. I've searched/tried for a while now and no recommendations are working. And I've restarted TB, to no avail.

The TB setup wizard came up with these settings:

IMAP: Mailserver: outlook.office365.com Port: 993 User Name: mycomplete@email.com (not really) Connection Security: SSL/TLS Auth Method: OAuth2

SMTP: Mailserver: smtp.office365.com Port: 587 Connection Security: STARTTLS Authentication method: OAuth2 User Name: mycomplete@email.com (not really)

When I try to send, after a long pause I get "Login to server smtp.office365.com with username X@y.com failed." with the options Retry, Enter New Password and Cancel. When I select 'New Password', I'm never presented with a dialog box for my password. I just get the long pause and "Login to server smtp.office365.com with username X@y.com failed." again.

I set up my new email using the TB new email account wizard, which completed successfully. I can receive but not send. I've searched/tried for a while now and no recommendations are working. And I've restarted TB, to no avail. The TB setup wizard came up with these settings: IMAP: Mailserver: outlook.office365.com Port: 993 User Name: mycomplete@email.com (not really) Connection Security: SSL/TLS Auth Method: OAuth2 SMTP: Mailserver: smtp.office365.com Port: 587 Connection Security: STARTTLS Authentication method: OAuth2 User Name: mycomplete@email.com (not really) When I try to send, after a long pause I get "Login to server smtp.office365.com with username X@y.com failed." with the options Retry, Enter New Password and Cancel. When I select 'New Password', I'm never presented with a dialog box for my password. I just get the long pause and "Login to server smtp.office365.com with username X@y.com failed." again.

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Settings/Privacy & Security, Saved Passwords. Are there imap:// and smtp:// entries for the account? If there are, delete them, restart TB, and you should see the OAuth2 window to enter the account password. That will store only one oauth:// entry in Saved Passwords.