Email Setup - POP3, SMTP, pop

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Configuring Popular Mail Clients:
Outlook 2002 XP | Outlook 2000 and Outlook Express | Outlook 97 | Netscape 7
Netscape 6 | Netscape 4 | Eudora 4 | Eudora 5 | Using Verizon for Outgoing Mail 

POP3 (Incoming) Setting:
Use your website address i.e. www.yourwebsiteaddresshere.com

SMTP (Outgoing) Settings for Popular ISP's:
America Online - aol.com
cwnet.com - mailhost.cwnet.com
Earthlink - mail.earthlink.net
Mindspring - smtp.mindspring.com
Netcom - smtp.netcom.com
PacBell - mail.pacbell.net
Pipeline - smtp.pipeline.com
QuikNet - smtp.quiknet.com
Road Runner - smtp-server.hawaii.rr.com (replace " hawaii" with your state name)
Verizon - outgoing.verizon.net or smtpout.verizon.net 


Configuring Outlook 2002 (XP)

  1. Open Outlook.
  2. Go to Tools and select E-mail Accounts.
  3. Click Add a New E-mail Account.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Choose POP3.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Your Name = Your Full Name.
  8. E-mail Address = Your e-mail address (ex: info@YourDomain.com)
  9. Incoming Mail = www.YourDomain.com
  10. Outgoing Mail = Whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
  11. Username = your username
  12. Click Next.
  13. Press Finish.
  14. You have successfully configured Outlook 2002!
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Configuring Outlook 2000 and Outlook Express

  1. Open Outlook Express.
  2. Go to Tools and select Accounts.
  3. Click on the Mail tab.
  4. If you have an existing account under this and want to remove it, then click on it once and hit remove. If you don't have any accounts under this, then go to step 5.
  5. Click on Add and select Mail.
  6. Put in your real name when it asks for display name, then press next.
  7. Put in your e-mail address, then press next. (ex: info@YourDomain.com)
  8. "My incoming mail server is a POP3 server."
  9. Your incoming mail server will be www.YourName.com.
  10. Your outgoing (SMTP) server will be whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com) Press next.
  11. Account name will be your username, and password will be your password, then press next.
  12. Then press finish.
  13. Now press close on the Internet Accounts.
  14. You have successfully configured Outlook or Outlook Express!
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Configuring Outlook 97

  1. Go to Tools
  2. Select Services.
  3. Press Add and Select Internet E-mail.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Name to refer to = NetCo Services
  6. Name = Your name.
  7. Leave organization blank or fill in if desired
  8. E-mail Address = your e-mail address. (ex: info@YourDomain.com)
  9. Click on Servers
  10. Outgoing mail server = whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
  11. Incoming mail server = www.YourDomain.com
  12. Account Name = your username
  13. Password = your password
  14. Do Not Check "Logon using secure password authentication"
  15. Press Apply
  16. Press OK
  17. Press OK again
  18. You have successfully configured Outlook 97!
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Configuring Netscape 7 Mail

  1. Open Netscape.
  2. Go to Window and select Mail and Newsgroups.
  3. If the Account Wizard does not immediately pop up, go to the Edit menu and select Mail and Newsgroup Account Settings. Click Add Account.
  4. Select Email Account. Click Next.
  5. Enter your Name and Email Address. Click Next.
  6. Select POP for the type of mail server.
  7. Enter www.YourDomain.com for Incoming Server.
  8. If this is your only mail account, enter whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com) for Outgoing Server. If you have an existing mail account and want to change the Outgoing Server, you may change it after finishing the wizard. Click Next.
  9. Enter your Username. Click Next.
  10. Give your account a name. Click Next.
  11. Click Finish.
  12. You have successfully configured Netscape 7 Mail!
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Configuring Netscape 6 Mail

  1. Open Netscape.
  2. Go to Tasks and select Mail and Newsgroups.
  3. If the Account Wizard does not immediately pop up, go to the Edit menu and select Mail and Newsgroup Account Settings. Click New Account.
  4. Select ISP or email Provider. Click Next.
  5. Enter your Name and Email Address. Click Next.
  6. Select POP for the type of mail server. Enter www.YourDomain.com for Incoming Server.
  7. If this is your only mail account, enter whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com) for Outgoing Server. If you have an existing mail account and want to change the Outgoing Server, you may change it after finishing the wizard. Click Next.
  8. Enter your Username. Click Next.
  9. Give your account a name. Click Next.
  10. Click Finish.
  11. You have successfully configured Netscape 6 Mail!
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Configuring Netscape 4 Mail

  1. Open Netscape.
  2. Go to Edit and select Preferences.
  3. Click on the "+" sign next to Mail and Newsgroups.
  4. Click on Identity and fill in the information. You will not need to put anything in the organization or signature file.
  5. Click on Servers.
  6. Where it says Incoming mail server, if there is anything there, click on it and remove it. If nothing is there, then go to step 7.
  7. Press Add.
  8. In the general tab:
    Server Name = www.YourDomain.com
    Server Type = POP3 Server
    User Name = your username
    You can also check off, save password if you prefer.
    Also check off "check for messages every 10 minutes", then press OK.
  9. Now go to Outgoing mail server and input the following:
    Outgoing mail (SMTP) server = whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
    Outgoing mail server user name = your username
  10. Press OK.
  11. You have successfully configured Netscape 4 Mail!
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Configuring Eudora 4 :

  1. Open Eudora.
  2. Go to Tools and select Options.
  3. Click on the Getting Started tab.
    POP Account = (username)@www.YourDomain.com
    Real name = Your Name
    Return Address = Your E-mail Address
  4. Click on Personal Info
    POP Account = (username)@www.YourDomain.com
    Real name = Your Name
    Return Address = Your E-mail Address
  5. Click on Hosts
    POP Account = (username)@www.YourDomain.com
    SMTP = whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
  6. Click OK
  7. You have successfully configured Eudora!

Setting Eudora to not save copies of your messages on the server:

  1. Open Eudora
  2. Click on Special in the top Menu Listing
  3. Scroll down to Settings
  4. In Settings you will see icons on the left and the windows for the icon on the right. This is where you initially setup your mail account. Select Checking on the left and the window for it will open on the right.
  5. Once you are under Checking, look for the box that says "Leave copy of message on the Remote server"
  6. If this box is checked, uncheck it.
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Configuring Eudora 5:

  1. Open Eudora.
  2. Go to Tools and select Options.
  3. Click on the Getting Started tab.
    Real name = Your Name
    Return Address = Your E-mail Address
    Mail Server (Incoming): www.YourDomain.com
    Login Name: (username)
    SMTP server: whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
  4. Click on Checking mail
    Mail Server = www.YourDomain.com
    Login Name: (username)
    Both "Save Password" and "Send on check" should be checked.
  5. Click on Incoming Mail
    Server Configuration = POP
    Uncheck "Leave Mail on Server"
  6. Click on Sending Mail
    Return Address = Your email address
    Domain to add to unqualified address = leave blank
    SMTP Server = whatever your ISP provides (ex: smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com)
    Leave the three checkboxes checked.
  7. Click OK
  8. You have successfully configured Eudora!

Setting Eudora to not save copies of your messages on the server:

  1. Open Eudora
  2. Click on Tools in the top Menu Listing, then select Options.
  3. In Settings you will see icons on the left and the windows for the icon on the right. This is where you initially setup your mail account. Select Incoming Mail on the left and the window for it will open on the right.
  4. Once you are under Incoming Mail, look for the box that says "Leave Mail on Server"
  5. If this box is checked, uncheck it.
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