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  • 1. Open Outlook 2011. • If this is your first time using Outlook 2011, you’ll see a welcome banner. • If you are adding another email account to Outlook, from the top menu, click on Tools. Then click on Accounts. 2. Click on the Email Account icon. This window is where you enter your email […]

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  • 1. Launch Thunderbird. 2. From the top menu, choose File > New > Mail Account: This will open a new window where you enter your email information. Make sure the “Remember password” box is checked to avoid having to re-enter your password. 3. Thunderbird will attempt to find your incoming and outgoing mail server information. […]

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  • 1. Open Mail. 2. Enter your email account information. • Full Name: Your name as you would like it to appear. • Email Address: Your full email address. • Password: The password you assigned to the email address Click the Continue button when you’re ready. 3. Mail will attempt to contact the mail server. The […]

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  • 1. Tap Settings on your home screen: 2. Scroll down and tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars. 3. Tap the Add Account option. 4. Tap Other. 5. Tap Add Mail Account. 6. Enter the following settings and tap Next after you finish: • Name: is he name displayed when you send email • Address: is your full […]

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  • 1. Enter your full “Email Address” 2. Enter the password for your “Email Address” 3. Tap “Next” 4. Choose the type of email account you will be using either POP or IMAP . Learn more about the difference here. 5.Incoming Server Settings • Username: Please enter your full email address • Password: The password for […]

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  • 1. Open Outlook 2007 2. Select Internet E-mail option and click Next. 3. Fill in the following fields: • Enter Your Name as you want it to appear. • Enter your full email address username@example.com in the Email address: field. • Select POP3 or IMAP. Learn more about the difference here. • Enter domain.com in […]

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  • What is POP and IMAP ? POP and IMAP is what allows you to download messages from web-mail’s servers onto your computer so you can access your mail with a program like Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird, even when you aren’t connected to the Internet. So why would someone use POP? While it is not recommended […]

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