1. After loading Outlook Express, choose Tools --> Accounts
2. Be sure the "Mail" tab is clicked on the top of the pop-up box, and choose Add --> Mail from the options at the right.
3. The Internet Connection Wizard should start and ask you to enter your display name. Enter the name you want people to see in the From column in their e-mail program, and click Next.
4. Enter your e-mail address in the appropriate box and click Next. (email@example.com)
5. The incoming mail server should have POP3 selected, and the Incoming and Outgoing servers are mail.yourdomain.com where yourdomain is your domain name. Click Next.
6. Enter your account name and password. If your e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org, then the account name is bob and the password is whatever you set it up to be in the Mail Manager of your Control Panel. Click Next, and then Finish.You will now be able to use your e-mail account. Follow these steps to set up additional accounts through your domain.
Outlook Email Settings:
loading Outlook, choose Tools --> Services
Add, and choose Internet E-Mail. Click OK.
3. In the
General tab of the email Properties dialog box, fill in your
on the Servers tab, and fill in the server information. The Incoming
and Outgoing server settings should be mail.yourdomain.com where yourdomain
is your domain name. Put in your mailbox username in the account name
field, and the password below. Click OK.
new settings will not take effect until you choose Exit and Log off on the
File menu, and then restart Microsoft Outlook.
Lite Email Settings:
a mail program that runs under MS Windows and Macintosh OS. Eudora
connects to the mail server over the Winsock or Macintosh TCP/IP. Mail may
be composed and read off line, but make sure that Winsock or TCP/IP is
running before attempting to send or receive email. Although your account
exists on our server, you won't be able to receive email at email@example.com
until your domain name becomes live on the WWW.
Eudora has been installed, it must be configured to point to your server.
To do this, start Eudora and select "Settings" from the menu
bar. Most of the options are self explanatory. Here are the steps you need
to perform to set up Eudora:
and start up the Eudora program
"Settings" from the "Special" menu
the "Getting Started" tab, then under Real Name, enter your Real
"POP Account" put your email address.
Return Address blank unless you want people to send return email to you at
a different email account.
you use the Macintosh version, the radio button for TCP/IP connection
should be highlighted.
Click the "Personal Information" tab (also only for the
POP account put your email address again.
out the "Real Name" and "Return Address" as you did
"Dial up User Name" enter your username.
the "Hosts" tab then enter your domain information as described
12. Go to
the "Checking Mail" tab and make sure "Save Password"
is checked. (Unless other people use your machine and you don't want them
to be able to check your e-mail)
pretty much all the configuration Eudora needs. Many of the configuration
areas will be filled in when you go to them, for instance it will usually
fill in the POP account info where ever it needs it after you enter it the
first time. Now, when you select "Check Mail" under the File
menu, a window will pop up asking for your password. Enter in your
password then click on the proceed button and Eudora will check to see if
you have email. You can now send a test email message to yourself and then
check to see if it gets returned to you. If you checked "Save
Password" as in step 12, Eudora will not prompt you again for your
password after the first time. If multiple users have access to your
computer, and you don't want them to have access to your email account,
make sure "Save Password" is unchecked.
have completed the above steps, you can now send email from your email
client. The next step would be to create multiple accounts using your
email accounts that you have created with your domain.
Internet Explorer Email Settings:
following samples assumes that your domain name is myworld.com and
your username is fred.
name = fred
Email = firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet Mail server = mail.myworld.com
Account = fred
Pass = password
Smtp = mail.myworld.com
From = email@example.com
Name = fred
Email Address = firstname.lastname@example.org
Reply to = email@example.com
Mail Server username = fred
Outgoing Smtp = mail.myworld.com
Incoming Smtp = mail.myworld.com