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How do i setup my email client?

by: Emre Sersan

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How do i setup my email client?

General Information:
Incoming (POP) Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com
Outgoing (SMTP) Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com
Username/Account Name: username@yourdomain.com
Password: POP account password

Note: Please read the information below along with your welcome email THOUROUGHLY before calling tech support for email program configuration.



Eudora
Setting up Eudora to retrieve your mail is pretty simple. As seen below, this step by step setup will help you get your mail.

Within Eudora, Select "Tools" and then Select "Options".
Within the Tool Bar on the left side of the Box, Select "Getting Started"
Enter your POP Account Information, example username@abc.com
(the following two steps are optional)
Enter your Real Name, example John Doe
Enter your Return Address, example username@abc.com
After completing the first section, Select "Hosts" within the Tool Bar.
Enter the SMTP Mail Server as mail.yourdomainname.com
If you have multiple accounts within the same domain name, you may use this feature to download the mail as that user. All that is needed is the basic e-mail account information and to save the information within Eudora.



Netscape Communicator 4.x
Click on the "Edit" Menu and select "Preferences".
Double-click on the "Mail & Groups" category.
Click the "Identity" option under "Mail & Groups".
For "Your Name", enter your Real Name as you wish it to be displayed in emails you send out.
For "E-Mail Address", enter your email address (username@yourdomain.com).
Click the "Mail Server" option under "Mail & Groups".
For "Mail Server User Name" enter your username.
Set "Outgoing Mail Server" to "mail.yourdomainname.com".
Set "Incoming Mail Server" to "mail.yourdomainname.com".
Set the "Mail Server Type" to the "POP3" option.
Then click "OK”.



Netscape Navigator 3.x
Click the "Options" Menu and select "Mail & News".
Click the "Servers" Tab at the top of "Preferences".
Set "Outgoing Mail Server" to "mail.yourdomainname.com".
Set "Incoming Mail Server" to "mail.yourdomainname.com".
For "POP3 User Name" enter your username.
Click the "Identity" Tab at the top of "Preferences".
For "Your Name", enter your Real Name as you wish it to be displayed in emails you send out.
For "Your E-Mail, enter your E-Mail Address (username@yourdomain.com).
Then click "OK".



Outlook Express (note: most UNIX customers have an Outlook express autoconfig in their control panel. Refer to your welcome email for details.)
Microsoft Outlook

Using POP Access for Outlook/Outlook Express:
Goto "tools"..."accounts"..."add"...."mail"
Go through the wizard and put in this general info:

Incoming: mail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing: mail.yourdomain.com
Account Name: username@yourdomain.com
Password: your password


Once you get through the wizard....close it out, then go
back into "tools"......"accounts"
highlight the new account you've created.......click
on "properties".....
Goto the "servers" tab. Make sure all the info is
correct,,,,click on "remember password".....
Also check the box that says "My server requires
Authentication"....."settings".......click on "same as
incoming"


Hit "Apply".
Repeat for any new accounts you have created.
NOTE: Some ISP's require you to use their outgoing (SMTP)
mailserver. Example: mail.earthlink.net




Pegasus Mail
Select Tools -> Options Select the "Network" tab 'Your e-mail address is' box: yourname@yourdomain.com POP3 host: mail.yourdomainname.com User name: Name of the POP3 account Password: POP3 password SMTP Host: mail.yourdomainname.com Select the "Advanced network configuration options" button. Make sure that the "Delete mail from host once successfully retrieved" box is checked, and then click "OK" Select the "General” tab Personal name: Enter your real name

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