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Email Configuration

MAC Mail 8

MAC Mail 8

Step 1: Open your Mac Mail 8

Step 2: Under “Mail” tab, click “Accounts”

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Step 3: A new window will open. Scroll down and choose “Add other account”

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Step 4: Choose “Add a mail account” and click “Create”

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Step 5: Fill out the required information for the ff:

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–     FULL NAME : Full name

–     EMAIL ADDRESS : Full email address

–     Password 

–     Then click “Create”

“Account must be manually configured” will appear. Click “Next”

Step 6: Fill out the required information under “Incoming Mail Server Info”

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–     Account type must be “POP

–     Mail Server should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–     User Name should be your FULL email address 

–     Password

–     Click “Next”

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–     Leave “Path Prefix” blank

–     Set Port to 110

–     SSL should be unchecked

–     Authentication is Password and then click “Next”.

Step 7: Under “Outgoing Mail Server Info” , fill out the ff:

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–     SMTP Server should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–     User Name is your FULL Email Address

–     Type your Password

–     Click “Create”

Step 8: Now, you have to go back to “Mail” tab.

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–     Click “Preferences”

Step 9: Under “Account Information”, verify all the information you have entered a while ago. Once done verifying your account.

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–     Click “Advanced”.

Step 10: The 3rd checkbox “Remove copy from server after retrieving a message” is checked by default. Now, this is optional. 

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Since we are using a POP server and if we keep this checked, Mac Mail 7 will download all the emails from the server and will remove the COPY on our server depending on how you set it (e.g “After one week”, etc). 

If this option is unchecked, Mac Mail 7 will still download all the emails from the server BUT will also keep the copies on our server that will also serve as your backup. 

Step 11: Set Port to 110 and SSL must be unchecked.

Step 12: Authentication is “Password”.

Step 13: Leave “Allow insecure authentication” unchecked.

Step 14: Go back to “Account information” tab

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–     Click “Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)”

Step 15: A dropdown menu will appear. 

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–     Click “Edit SMTP Server List”

Step 16: Under “Account Information”, fill out the ff:

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–        Description must be your domain

–        Server name should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–        TLS Certificate should be “None”

–        Click the “Advanced” tab

Step 17: Under Advanced Tab:

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–        Choose “Use custom port” and set 587 as your port.

–        SSL should be unchecked.

–        Leave “Automatically detect and maintain account settings” checked.

–        Authentication is Password

–        Username is your FULL Email Address

–        Type your password

–        Click “Ok”.

Congratulations! You have successfully created your email account on your Mac Mail 8! 

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MAC Mail 7

MAC Mail 7

Step 1: Open your Mac Mail 7

Step 2: Under the “Mail” tab, click “Accounts”
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Step 3: A new window will open. Scroll down and choose “Add other account” 

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Step 4: Choose “Add a mail account” and click “Create”

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Step 5: Fill out the required information for the ff:

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–     FULL NAME : Full name

–     EMAIL ADDRESS : Full email address

–     Password 

–     Click “Create”

–     “Account must be manually configured” will appear. Hit “Next”

Step 6: Fill out/Select the required information under Incoming Mail Server Info

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–     Account type must be “POP

–     Mail Server should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–     User Name should be your FULL email address 

–     Password

–     Click “Next”

–     “Additional account information needed” will appear. Hit “Next”

Step 7: Fill out the required information under “Incoming Mail Server Info”

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–     Port : 110

–     Authentication: Password

–     Click “Next”

Step 8: Under “Outgoing Mail Server Info” , fill out the ff:

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–     SMTP Server should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–     User Name is your FULL Email Address

–     Type in your Password

–     Then click “Create”

Step 9: Now, you will be sent back to “Mail” tab. Click “Preferences”

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Step 10: Under “Account Information”, verify all the information you have entered a while ago. Once done verifying your account. 

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–     Click “Advanced”

Step 11: The 2nd checkbox “Remove copy from server after retrieving a message” is checked by default.

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      The following instructions are optional:   

      Since we are using a POP server and if we keep this checked, Mac Mail 7 will download all the emails from
      the server and will remove the COPY on our server depending on how you set it (e.g “After one week” , etc ).

      If this option is unchecked, Mac Mail 7 will still download all the emails from the server BUT will keep the
      copies on our server that will also serve as your backup. 

Step 12: Port is 110 and SSL must be unchecked.

Step 13: Set Authentication to “Password”.

Step 14: Go back to the “Account information” tab then click “Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)”.

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–       A dropdown menu will appear.

–       Click “Edit SMTP Server List”

Step 15: Under “Account Information”, fill out the ff:

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–     Description must be your domain (e.g imanila.ph)

–     Server name should be mail.yourdomain.com (e.g mail.imanila.com.ph)

–     TLS Certificate should be “None“. Once you’re finished, click the “Advanced” tab.

Step 16: Under Advanced Tab: 

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–     Choose “Use custom port” and set 587 as your port.

–     “Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) should be unchecked.

–     Authentication is Password

–     Username is your FULL Email Address

–     Type in your password and then click “Ok”.

Congratulations! You have successfully created your email account on your Mac Mail 7!

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Hosting Email Account Set-Up for Android Services

Hosting Email Account Set-Up for Android Services

The Email app is pre-installed on Nexus and select Google Play edition devices.
The Email app lets you read and manage email from different accounts all in one place to recreate the same great experience you get in Gmail.

EMAIL ACCOUNT SET – UP FOR ANDROID DEVICES

Step 1: Select Settings from the Home Screen of your Android Device.

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Step 2: Type in your Email Address and Password, then tap “Manual setup”.

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Step 3: When prompted, select “POP3 account” as your account type.

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Step 4: Incoming Server Settings

  • Use your FULL EMAIL ADDRESS for the “Email address” and “username” boxes.
  • Enter your PASSWORD.
  • For POP3 server: type mail.yourdomain.com[ex:mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)]
  • Set “Security Type” to NONE.
  • Set “Port” to 110.
  • Click NEXT.

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Step 5: In the Outgoing server settings:

  • SMTP server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex:mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)]
  • Set “Security Type” to NONE.
  • Set “Port” to 587.
  • Uncheck “Require sign-in”
  • Click NEXT.

 

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Step 6: Congratulations! The account is now ready to send emails. Your account name will be automatically filled up with your full email address.

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Once you’re happy with your setup, tap “DONE”.

 

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Email Account Set-Up for Blackberry

Email Account Set-Up for Blackberry

LogicMail is a standalone E-Mail client designed to run on RIM BlackBerry handheld devices, providing full support for IMAPPOP, and SMTP over the device’s Internet connection. It exists to provide an alternative to the service-oriented “push” E-Mail system that is normally provided with the device, which does not always meet the needs of conventional E-Mail service users. The initial inspiration for this project came from the now defunct Mail4ME project, with continued inspiration from all of its active users.

EMAIL ACCOUNT SET – UP FOR BLACKBERRY

Step 1: Select Settings from your Blackberry Home Screen.

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Step 2: Go to “Accounts” and select “Add Account” at the bottom of the screen.

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Step 3: At the “Add Account” screen, tap “Advanced” at the bottom of the screen and select “POP”.

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Step 4: At the “POP” screen, fill up the “Description, Display Name, and Username” using your full email address. You can also use your personal name, but we recommend using your full email address. Enter your email address and password.

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Step 5: Under Server Address, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex:mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)]. Turn OFF “Use SSL” and change “Port” from 995 to 110.

 
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Step 6: For SMTP Settings:

Use your FULL EMAIL ADDRESS as your SMTP Username

Input PASSWORD.

For your SMTP Server Address, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex:mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)].

By default, SMTP Encryption is set to SSL, change it to NONE.

SMTP Port will be 25. Change it to 587.

 

Step 7: Tap “DONE” at the upper right corner of the screen.

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Microsoft Entourage

Microsoft Entourage

Microsoft Entourage is an e-mail client and personal information manager. Entourage provides email, a calendar, address book, task list, note list, and project manager. Entourage Web Services (EWS) edition offers improved Exchange support for Exchange Server 2007 SP1, rollup 4, or higher. This is a free upgrade for Entourage 2008 users.

ENTOURAGE

1. Open “Entourage”

2. On the upper left corner of your screen, Click “Entourage” and select “Account Settings”.

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3. Click “New” and new display will appear.

  • Set Account type to POP and click “Setup Assistant”

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4. On the Account Setup Assistant screen, click “Configure Account Manually” located on the lower left part of the screen.

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5. Congratulations! You can now edit your account.

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Your “Account Name” can be anything you like. It can be your domain or you can simply use your name or your email address.

Personal Information:

–       Name is your full name.

–       Email Address is your full email address.

Receiving Mail

–       Account ID is your full email address.

POP server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

–       Input your Password

–       Check “Save Password in my Mac OS keychain”

Sending Mail

–       SMTP server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

 

6. Under “Sending Email” click on    Entourage_Click Here

A small window will appear and change port 25 to 587.

Check “Override default SMTP port”. Then close.

 

Congratulations! You have just set up your email account using Entourage.

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Email Account Set-up for iPhone IOS7 and IOS8

Email Account Set-up for iPhone IOS7 and IOS8

The stock Mail app is the best way to send, receive, and manage email on iOS 7. There are, of course, alternatives to the stock Mail app such as the official Gmail app and Yahoo Mail app, but no third-party app can match the feature-set and integration of the stock Mail application.

One of the primary advantages of the stock Mail app is that it can handle multiple mail accounts from a large variety of providers. There’s support for Gmail, Yahoo mail, Outlook.com, Exchange, Aol Mail, and iCloud mail. You can even configure an email account from your own server if you wish to do so.

The Mail app is an extremely versatile app with an insane amount of options, features, and idiosyncrasies.

 

EMAIL ACCOUNT SET – UP FOR iPHONE IOS 7

1. Select “Settings” from your iPhone Home Screen.

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2. Scroll down and select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”.

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3. Select “Add Account”.
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4. Scroll down and select “Other”.
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5. Select “Add Mail Account”.
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6. On this screen, type your name, email address, and password. Description can be anything, but the iPhone will suggest “Your Domain”. Then tap “Next” in the upper-right corner of your screen to continue.

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7. Ensure POP is selected (it should be by default).

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Enter “Incoming Mail Server” settings:

8. On this screen, tap “POP” Under “Incoming Mail Server”, tap “Host Name” and type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)]

9. “User Name” should be your FULL email address. Type your password on the next line.

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Enter “Outgoing Mail Server” settings:

10. Scroll down, and under “Outgoing Mail Server”, tap “Host Name” and type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanila.com.ph (“imanila.com.ph” is our domain.)

11. Tap “User Name” and type your FULL email address and type your password on the next line.

12. In the upper-right corner of the screen, tap “Save” to verify and save your settings.

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13. You should now see the new mail account which you have created. Tap the “Account that you have created” scroll down, Tap “Advanced” “Use SSL” should be OFF

14. Change the Authentication from “None” to “Password” “Server Port” is 110 and Save or Tap the back to go back to the account info.

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15. Tap “SMTP”, and tap your “Primary Server” which is “mail.yourdomain.com”,

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16. Tap “User Name” and type your FULL email address and your password as well.

17. Turn “Use SSL”  OFF

18. Tap “Authentication” and select “Password”

19. Set “Server port” to 587

20. Click “DONE” and tap “DONE” again to save your changes.

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Microsoft Outlook 2013

Microsoft Outlook 2013

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MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2013

1. Open your Microsoft Outlook 2013.

2. Click “File” located at the upper left side of your Outlook.

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3. Click first on “Account Settings”, and a dropdown menu will appear and click “Account Settings”.

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4. Since you will set up new email account. Click “New”.

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5. Click on the button that says “Manual setup or additional server types”. Then click “Next”.

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6. Choose Service. POP or IMAP is selected by default and this is correct. Just continue and click “Next”.

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7. POP and IMAP account settings.
A. User information:
     Your name is your FULL name.
     Your email address must be your FULL email address.

     Server information: Account type must be POP3.
     Incoming mail server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)
     Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

     Log-in information:
     User Name is your FULL email address and type your password.
     Don’t forget to check “Remember Password”.
     Leave SPA unchecked.

B. Uncheck “Automatically test account settings when NEXT is clicked”.
C. Deliver new messages to:
     Since you are only creating new email account. You must select “New Outlook Data File”. Data File is the storage file of all your emails.

NOTE: MICROSOFT OUTLOOK or ANY EMAIL CLIENT is a third party application software which means that whenever this DATA FILE (.pst file format) is corrupted or damaged. It is not on our scope of supporting this matter since it is a third party application. Then proceed to “More Settings”.

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8. Go to “Outgoing server” tab.
–     Check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”.

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9. Go to “Advanced” tab.

–     Incoming Server (POP3): is 110 by default. This is correct.
–     Outgoing Server (SMTP): change port 25 to 587.

–     Use the following type of encrypted connection should be NONE. 

NOTE: Checking “Leave a copy of messages on the server” will simply save your emails on the webmail/server. If this is unchecked, all your emails will be downloaded to your Outlook. This is OPTIONAL, but for security purposes, we suggest to have this checked to have backup of your emails on the server.

–      Then click “OK”.

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10. Once you click “OK”, it will return to “POP and IMAP account settings” window. Now click “Test account settings” to check if your configuration is correct.

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11. After clicking “Test account settings” this window will appear on your screen. There will be TWO tasks that will test and for you to be able to use your email account properly. The STATUS must be COMPLETED. If so, you are now ready to use your email account. Then click “CLOSE”.

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12. It will again return to “POP and IMAP account settings” window and now click “NEXT”.

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13. Congratulations! Your account is ready to use. Click FINISH to close the wizard setup. Cheers! Happy mailing!

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Microsoft Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook is a free, personal email service from Microsoft. Keep your inbox clutter-free with powerful organizational tools, and collaborate easily with OneDrive and Office Online integration.

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010

1. Open your Outlook 2010.

2. Click the “File” tab located on the upper left corner of your screen.

3. Click on “Account Settings”. A dropdown menu will appear then click on “Account Settings”.

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4. Click “New” to set up your new email account. You can also manage your existing accounts here.

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5. Click “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” then click “Next”.

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6. Internet E-mail has already been chosen by default. Click “Next”

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Internet E-mail settings

User information:

Input your FULL name and FULL email address on the respective boxes.

Server Information:

Account type must be POP3

Incoming mail server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com is our domain.)

Log-in Information:

Your username is your FULL email address then type your password.

ALWAYS check “Remember password”.

Leave Secure Password Authentication (SPA) unchecked.

Uncheck “Test Account Settings by clicking the Next button”.

Then go to “More Settings”.

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7. Go to “Outgoing Server” tab. Check “My Outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”.

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8. Go to “Advanced” tab.

–       On the “Advanced” tab

–       Incoming Server (POP3): Must be 110 by default.

–       Outgoing server (SMTP): Change 25 to 587.

–       Set “Use the following type of encrypted connection” to NONE.

NOTE: Checking “Leave a copy of messages on the server” will simply save your emails on the webmail/server. If this is unchecked, all your emails will be downloaded to your Outlook. This is OPTIONAL, but for security purposes, we suggest to have this checked to have backup of your emails on the server.

–       Then click “OK”.

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9. Once you click “OK”, you will be redirected to the “Internet E-mail Settings” window. Click on “Test account settings” to check if your configuration is correct.

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10. After clicking “Test account settings”, this window will appear on your screen. Microsoft Outlook must report two (2) COMPLETED tasks for you to be able to use your email account properly. If so, you are now ready to use your email account.

–       Click “CLOSE”.

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 11. You will again be redirected to the “Internet E-mail settings” window.

–       Click “NEXT”.

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 12. Congratulations! Your account is ready to use. Click FINISH to close the wizard setup. Cheers! Happy mailing!

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Microsoft Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook is a free, personal email service from Microsoft. Keep your inbox clutter-free with powerful organizational tools, and collaborate easily with OneDrive and Office Online integration.

 

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2007

1. Open your Microsoft outlook 2007.

2. Go to “Tools” tab and click “Account Settings”.

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3. If you don’t have any accounts registered on Outlook, click “New” to create a new email account.

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4. Choosing your E-mail Service.

–       Select “Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP” (Default setting)

–       Click “Next”.

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5. Auto Account Setup.

Check “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and then click “Next”.

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6. Choosing an e-mail service.

Choose “Internet E-mail” by default. Then click “Next”.

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 7. Internet E-mail settings.

User information:

Input your FULL name and FULL email address on the respective boxes.

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Server Information:

Account type must be POP3

Incoming mail server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com is our domain.)

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Logon Information:

Your username is your FULL email address then type your password.

ALWAYS check “Remember password”.

Leave Secure Password Authentication (SPA) unchecked.

8. On the “Outgoing server” tab, check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”

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9. Then go to “Advanced” tab. 

The Incoming server (POP3) should display 110 as its default setting.

Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) from 25 to 587.

 

“Use the following type of encrypted connection” should be NONE

 

NOTE: Checking “Leave a copy of messages on the server” will simply save your emails on the webmail/server. If this is unchecked, all your emails will be downloaded to your Outlook. This is OPTIONAL, but for security purposes, we suggest to have this checked to have a backup of your emails on the server.

Click “OK”.

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10. Once you click “OK”, you will return to the “Internet E-mail Settings” window. Click on “Test account settings” to check if your configuration is correct.

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11. After clicking “Test account settings”, this window will appear on your screen. Microsoft Outlook must report two (2) COMPLETED tasks for you to be able to use your email account properly. If so, you are now ready to use your email account.

Click “CLOSE”.

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12. You will be redirected back to the “Internet E-mail settings” window. Click “NEXT”.

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13.  Congratulations! Your account is ready to use. J Click FINISH to close the wizard setup. Cheers! Happy mailing!

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Microsoft Outlook Express 6

Microsoft Outlook Express 6

Outlook Express is an email client that comes with a classic look, focused mainly on its purpose: delivering emails to users right on their desktop. Most of its features can be easily accessed right from the main window, so reading and writing mail messages is a straightforward job. Address management is also at hand and the synchronization function will prove to be quite useful for anyone who wants to keep the email information in sync.

 

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK EXPRESS 6

1. Open Outlook Express 6.

2. Click on “Tools” then go to “Accounts”

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3. Under the “Mail” tab, click “Add” to set up your new email account.

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4. Type your desired Display Name. This will appear in the “From” field of the outgoing message.

Then click “Next”.

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5. Enter your FULL E-mail address. Then click “Next”.

 
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6. E-mail server names:

By default, my incoming mail server is a POP3 server. This is correct.

Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP or HTTP) server: type pop.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: type smtp.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

Then click “Next”.

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7. Internet Mail Logon:

–       Account Name must be your FULL email address and type your password.

–       ALWAYS check “Remember Password”.

–       Leave Secure Password Authentication (SPA) unchecked.

–       Then click “Next”.

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8. Your initial set up is a success! Click Finish to proceed.

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9. After clicking “Finish” you will go back to the “Internet Accounts” window. Your new account will appear on the left side of the screen. Click it and then go to “Properties”.

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10. Go to “Servers” tab

–       Incoming mail server is a POP3 server.

–       Incoming mail (POP3): Type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

–       Outgoing mail (SMTP): Type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

–       Your Account name is your FULL email address.

–       Input password.

–       Keep “Remember Password” checked.

–       Leave Secure Password Authentication unchecked.

–       Check “My server requires authentication”.

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11.  Now go to “Advanced” tab.

–       Outgoing mail (SMTP): change 25 to 587.

–       Leave (SSL) unchecked.

–       Incoming mail (POP3): 110. This is the default setting.

–       Leave (SSL) unchecked.

NOTE: Checking “Leave a copy of messages on the server” will simply save your emails on the webmail/server. If this is unchecked, all your emails will be downloaded to your Outlook. This is OPTIONAL, but for security purposes, we suggest to have this checked to have backup of your emails on the server.

Click “OK”.

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Congratulations! You have fully set up your email account. Click “Close” to proceed to your email. Happy mailing! J

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Thunderbird 17

Thunderbird 17

Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email, news, and chat client developed by the Mozilla Foundation. The project strategy was modeled after Mozilla Firefox, a project aimed at creating a web browser.

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1. Open Thunderbird v.17

2. On the upper right corner of your screen, click the 3 horizontal   Thunderbird 17_Photo 00  lines.

Click “Options” from the dropdown menu and then click” Account Settings”. 

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3. Since this will be the first time you will be setting up your email account on Thunderbird, click on “Account actions”. A new display will appear and then go to “Add Mail Account”.

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4. Mail Account setup.

Type your FULL name, FULL email address, and your password in the boxes below.

ALWAYS check “Remember Password”.

 Click “Continue”.

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5. After clicking “Continue”, Thunderbird will automatically look up for your configuration. We highly recommend that you manually configure your own settings, instead. Click on “Manual Config”.

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6. Mail Account Setup.

(1)  Set Incoming to POP3

(2)  Server hostname:

  1. Incoming: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)
  2. Outgoing: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)
  3. Username: FULL email address

(3)  Port:

  1. Incoming: 110
  2. Outgoing: 587

(4)  SSL:

  1. Incoming: NONE
  2. Outgoing: NONE

(5)  Authentication:

  1. Incoming: Normal Password
  2. Outgoing: Normal Password

Then click “Done”

Congratulations! You have successfully set up your email account! Happy Mailing!

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Windows Live Mail 2011

Windows Live Mail 2011

Windows Live Mail brings together multiple e-mail accounts and calendars into one easy-to-use program. Access and edit your e-mail and calendar events, even when you are offline, and sync your changes later. Windows Live Mail helps to maximize your e-mail security across multiple e-mail accounts. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live. Get multiple e-mail accounts in one program – Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo. It also has a calendar. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live.

 

WINDOWS LIVE MAIL 2011

1. Open Windows Live Mail 2011.

2. Click on the “Accounts” tab, and then choose “Email”.

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3. Adding your email account.

Enter your FULL email address together with your password in the boxes provided below.

Make sure you check “Remember Password”.

Enter your display name for when you send out emails.

Check “Manually configure server settings” then hit “Next”.

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4. Configure server settings.

Incoming server information:

Server type must be POP
Server address: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.) and Port 110 as default.

Enter your FULL email address as your “Logon username”

Outgoing server information:

Server address: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.) Change port 25 to 587.

ALWAYS make sure to check “Requires authentication”. Then click “NEXT”.

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5. Congratulations! You’ve successfully set up your email account. Click FINISH to proceed with your email. Cheers!

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Windows Live Mail 2009

Windows Live Mail 2009

Windows Live Mail brings together multiple e-mail accounts and calendars into one easy-to-use program. Access and edit your e-mail and calendar events, even when you are offline, and sync your changes later. Windows Live Mail helps to maximize your e-mail security across multiple e-mail accounts. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live. Get multiple e-mail accounts in one program – Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo. It also has a calendar. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live.

 

WINDOWS LIVE MAIL 2009

1. Open Windows Live Mail 2009.

2. To set up a new email account, Click “Add e-mail account”.

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3. Fill up the information below.

–     Enter your FULL email address and your password.

–     Don’t forget to tick “Remember Password”.

–     Your “Display Name” is what will appear once you send out emails.

–     Click “Next”.

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4. Email Server information.

For Incoming Server Information:

–     My incoming mail server is a POP3 server.

–     Incoming Server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.) and use Port 110 as default.

–     Outgoing server information:

–     Outgoing Server: type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.) and change Port 25 to 587.

–     ALWAYS check the “My outgoing server requires authentication”. 

–     Click “Next”.

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5. You have successfully created your e-mail account. Click “Finish” to proceed. Cheers!  

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Windows Live Mail 2008

Windows Live Mail 2008

Windows Live Mail brings together multiple e-mail accounts and calendars into one easy-to-use program. Access and edit your e-mail and calendar events, even when you are offline, and sync your changes later. Windows Live Mail helps to maximize your e-mail security across multiple e-mail accounts. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live. Get multiple e-mail accounts in one program – Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo. It also has a calendar. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live.

WINDOWS LIVE MAIL 2008

1. Open Windows Live Mail 2008.

2. On the left side of your screen. Click “Add an e-mail account”.

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3. Add an Email Account.

For Incoming Server, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.). Port 110 is set as default.

For Outgoing Server, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com is our domain.) and change the port from 25 to 587.

Note: Always check “My outgoing server requires authentication”

Click Next.
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4. Your initial setup is successful. Now we go to adding up your email account. Click Finish.

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5. Your email account will appear on the left side of the screen. But you have to add more information, so click on your account and then go to “Properties”.

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6.Go to “Servers” tab.

For Incoming mail (POP3), type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

For Outgoing mail (SMTP), type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com is our domain.)

Incoming Mail Server:

Enter your FULL email address and password.

Always make sure to check “Remember password”

“Outgoing server requires authentication” must be checked by default.

Click “OK”.

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7. Proceed to “Advanced” tab.

For Outgoing mail (SMTP), input 25 and 587. Leave the box unchecked.

For Incoming mail (POP3), delete 995 and leave 110 as your default. Also leave the box unchecked.

NOTE: The check box for “Leave a copy of messages on the server” is optional. If you want to save your emails on the webmail/server, check it. But if you want to keep those emails only on Windows Live Mail 2008. Then keep the box unchecked.

 

Click “Apply” then “OK”.

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8. Congratulations! Your email account is ready to use. Cheers! 

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Windows Live Mail v6

Windows Live Mail v6

Windows Live Mail brings together multiple e-mail accounts and calendars into one easy-to-use program. Access and edit your e-mail and calendar events, even when you are offline, and sync your changes later. Windows Live Mail helps to maximize your e-mail security across multiple e-mail accounts. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live. Get multiple e-mail accounts in one program – Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo. It also has a calendar. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live.

Windows Live Mail v6

1. On the upper left side of your screen, click “Tools”. A dropdown menu will appear. Click “Accounts” in the dropdown menu.

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2. To add an email address/account, click “Add”.

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3. Select “Email Account” as your account type. Click “Next”

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4. Type your name as you would like it to appear when sending e-mails. Click “Next”.

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5. After entering your name, insert the email address that you are going to use under your domain. (example@yourdomain.com)

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6. Choose POP3 as your Incoming e-mail server type.

For Incoming Server, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com” is our domain.)

For Outgoing Server, type mail.yourdomain.com [ex: mail.imanilahost.com] (“imanilahost.com is our domain.)

And always check the box “Outgoing Server requires authentication”. Click “NEXT”.

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7. Type in your FULL email address and password on the boxes below.

Note: Make sure you always check “Remember password”. Click “Next”.

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8. You have successfully set up your account on windows live mail. Click Finish.

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9. After finishing your initial set up, go back to Tools>Accounts.

Click your email account and then go to “Properties”.

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10. Go to “Advanced” tab,

Change Outgoing mail (SMTP) from 25 to 587.

Incoming mail (POP3) is set to 110 by default.

Note: Under “Delivery”, you can choose to have a copy of your emails on the server/webmail. You can also set how long the copy will remain on the server before it is permanently deleted.

Click Apply then hit “OK”.

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11. You’re done! Your email account is ready to use. Cheers! 

 

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