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Microsoft Outlook

How do I configure Outlook for my email Accounts? 1.In Outlook, go to the Tools menu and click on Email Accounts. 2. Select Add a new email account and then click Next. 3. Select POP3 and then click Next. 4. Enter your email information: Your Name: your name Email...

Creating Email Categories (Groups)

You can use Smarter Mail Categories to create an online group to be able to email groups of people such as staff, organizations, or other groups. You may think of these as “groups”, in Smarter Mail, these are referred to as “Categories”. 1....

How to Configure a Secure Thunderbird 10 Email

You can access your SmarterMail accounts with a desktop client like Mozilla Thunderbird 10 by using either IMAP or POP3. Please note that currently Thunderbird 10 can only synchronize SmarterMail messages. IMAP allows all messages and folders to be stored on the...

Configuring your Default Email Program for Windows

Though Windows Mail is the default e-mail program for most windows products you can easily choose a different e-mail program as your default. If you want to change the default e-mail program back to Windows Mail, you can do so at any time. 1. Open Default Programs by...

How to Configure POP for Apple Mobile Devices

Owners of Apple iOS mobile devices that decide to not use the Exchange ActiveSync add-on will need to reconfigure their iOS device so it can acquire mail using either IMAP or POP3. When using POP3 email is saved in a mailbox to a remote server till the user (you)...

How do I configure Outlook 2003 for my email Accounts?

In Outlook, go to the Tools menu and click on Email Accounts. Select Add a new email account and then click Next. Select POP3 and then click Next. Enter your email information: Your Name: your name Email Address: the email address the messages will be sent from...

How To Configure Your Email Account With Outlook 2010

1. Open Outlook 2010 and click on File (in the upper left). Under Info, choose Account Settings to add an account. 2. Select Email Account and enter: Your Name, Email Address, and Password and click Next. 3. Outlook 2010 will now establish a network connection, search...
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