I have many remote business 4.2.x workstations that are NOT on my LAN and my email smtp servers only allow authenticated smtp traffic over either STARTTLS on port 25 or TLS/SSL on custom ports such as 587 (same port gmail also uses for secure authenticated email submission) I have tried ticking box saying that smtp server needs authentication, and filling in email username and password. emails do not come through, I also tried appending a trailing ":587" after the smtp server name, but that did not help either. How do I get the client to send me alerts and notifications by secure authenticated email? and where do I make a feature request to have a "test" button on the email and notification alert, and see what the configured server replied to the nod32 clinet in case of an error condition? If this is a support person from Eset answering, what are the login protocols that the client currently uses when one fills in the smtpo authentication info? Thanks for any help.