The Bottom Line
- Autoroute SMTP chooses appropriate mail server automatically
- Works reliably and is easy to use
- Autoroute SMTP doesn't support SMTP authentication
- Autoroute SMTP switches outgoing SMTP servers automatically based on current network connection.
- The choice of mail server is based on computer and server's IP address.
- Your email client uses Autoroute SMTP as the permanent outgoing mail server.
- Autoroute SMTP supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP.
Guide Review - Autoroute SMTP 1.1
Based on your connection, Autoroute SMTP automatically chooses the appropriate server. The choice is based on your IP address and that of the mail server and works reliably. If it doesn't, you can still change the server manually, still faster than changing the account settings in your email program.
While Autoroute SMTP does not support SMTP authentication, this is an omission that can be lived with. If your outgoing mail servers support authentication, it doesn not matter from where you connect.