Setup my email account
Open email client software (i.e. Outlook) and find the tab at the top called *Tools*. This will give you a pull-down menu. Choose *Accounts*. Now you should be in the *Internet Accounts* dialog box.
In the dialog box, choose the *Mail* tab. Below this now you will see a line that says "Account". Highlight that line. Then on the left choose *Add*. This will start the Internet Connection Wizard.
The Internet Connection Wizard will guide you through the steps for configuring Outlook. Here are the steps:
¤ Your Name
This is self-explanatory.
¤ Email Server Names
For your incoming (POP3) server, enter the following: mail.yourdomainname.com
Note: Do not use the www prefix.
For your outgoing mail server (SMTP) enter the name of the outgoing mail server for your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
¤ Internet Mail Logon
In this section you will enter the username and password for the email account you want to check. Suppose you are configuring Outlook to check email for the following email address: email@example.com
You would enter me+yourdomainname.com as the account username. Then you would enter the password it was given to you.
Note: if you would like to change your password send an email with your new password to Technical Support.
¤ Choose Connection
Select *Connect using my local area network*. (Do this even if you are using a modem.)
¤ Set the Default Account
To do this, highlight the account you have just created and then choose *Set as Default*.
At this point your email client will be configured and you'll be ready to check mail.
1. Start the Software
2. On the Tool Bar, click Site
3. Then when the drop down menu appears, select Define Sites, Click New, Under Local Info
4. Site Name: yourdomain.com
5. Local Folder: This is where you store your web files, you can call it domainname
6. HTTP Address: http://www.domainname.com
7. Enable Cache: put a check Under Remote Info
8. Access: FTP
9. FTP Host: www.yourdomain.comm
10. Host Directory: public_html
11. login: your username
12. password: your password
13. Save: Check the box
14. Use Passive FTP: checked
15. Use Firewall: If your Computer is behind a personal firewall, then simply set the configuration.
16. Enable Checkin/Checkout: Leave this blank
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