Windows Mail

Launch Windows Mail

Click Tools -> Accounts

Click Add

Click Email Account
Click Next

Enter a Display Name
Click Next

Enter your full email address
Click next

Select POP3 as the incoming server type
In the Incoming Mail Server Box
Enter mail.yourdomainname (e.g mail.mydomain.com.au)

In the outgoing(SMTP Server) server box
Enter mail.yourdomainname (e.g mail.mydomain.com.au)
Tick outgoing server requires authentication

Click next

enter your full email address and password
Click Next
Click Finish

You will now need to change the default outgoing server(SMTP) port from 25 to 26
Select your newly setup email account

Click Properties
Click the advanced tab
Locate the Server Ports Heading
Change the Outgoing Mail from 25 to 587
Click OK
Click Close

 

 

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