|Quick view of Mail Server Settings|
|Incoming mail server (POP3)||pop3.nternet.com|
|User Name||Your emailaddress|
|Outgoing mail server (SMTP)||smtp.nternet.com (Requires Authentication)|
|The outgoing mail server requires authentication!
You can set this option in outlook/outlook express. Find the "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" option and check it. Use same settings as incoming mail server.
|Short screen-shot view of outlook 2002/2003 mail server settings|
|To change the mail server settings, click on the "tools" menu at the top and click on "E-mail Accounts..." (Example below):
|Click on "View or change existing e-mail accounts" to dot it in.
Click on the [Next] button.
Select your "nternet.com" account to change. (Not shown).
Please look at next screen shot below.
|Your mail server settings should follow the example in the screen shot below.
Replace "JDoe" in the "Your Name:" box, with your name.
Replace "email@example.com" in the "E-mail Address:" box, with your email address.
Put your 'entire' E-mail address in the "User Name:" box. This is your login on our new server.
Put your password in the "Password:" box.
Be sure the "Incoming mail server (POP3):" is set to "pop3.nternet.com" as shown in the screen shot.
Be sure the "Outgoing mail server (SMTP):" is set to "smtp.nternet.com" as shown in the screen shot.
Once your new settings look correct, click on the [More Settings ...] button.
Please look at the next screen shot below.
|Click on the "Outgoing Server" tab at the top.
Check the "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication".
Make sure "Use same setting as my incoming mail server" is dotted in.
Okay, your settings should be properly set. Exit the setup windows and try your new settings!