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Internet Email

To use Internet emails, you first need to have the appropriate client to receive and/or send your emails. This section gives you step-by-step instruction on how to configure your Outlook Express to do just that.

Although the instruction is targeted at users who use Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express as their email client, the settings are applicable to other email clients as well, such as: Netscape, Eudora, etc.

The instruction is separated into three sections:

Outlook Express
  Outlook Express is a very popular email and newsgroup message handler if for no other reason than the fact that it comes bundled with Microsoft Internet Explorer
  Configure Outlook Express
   
Microsoft Outlook
  Outlook is the de facto client for Microsoft Exchange
  Configure Outlook XP
   
Manage Email Accounts
  Our email server resides in our extranet. If you have an account there, you may access it directly.
  Access your email account
  Change your email account password
  Edit your email auto-reply message
   
Troubleshooting
  If you have trouble sending or receiving e-mails, we provide the following resources to help you diagnose the problem.
  E-mail connection problem

 

Before you begin, you should have the following basic information available:

Your... Example...
Display Name Jacky Chan
Email address jacky@yaya.com
Email account user name jchan
Email account password ******
POP3 Server pop.yaya.com
POP3 Port 110
SMTP Server smtp.yaya.com
SMTP Port 25

 

In additional, your ISP may also have given you the following information as well:

Your... Example...
SMTP server user name jchan
SMTP password ******
IMAP Server imap.yaya.com
IMAP Port 143

 

 
E-Mail Passwords

 


Unsecured email accounts can be used by unauthorized party to send unsolicited mass emails (called SPAM). Many ISPs now require two passwords for emailing, one for retrieving emails (POP3 or IMAP), the other for sending emails (SMTP).

For simplicity, the two passwords are usually cross-linked: changing one would change the other.

 
 
     
     
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