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Set up POP3 email in: Windows Live Mail

Set up POP3 email in: Windows Live Mail

Email Support Nick Krause

Please make sure you have all of your mail details before continuing

Please note: we provide these details as a courtesy to customers on how to configure this email application. We do not, however, provide support on how to use the software or the OS platform you are using.
For assistance on how to use this software or any software outside of the email application, please contact the respective software manufacturers, or visit their relevant online support pages.

Once you have your mail details, proceed to the following steps:

  1. In the Ribbon Toolbar, select the Accounts Tab
  2. Click on Email on the left hand side of the Accounts Ribbon. A box will pop up.
  3. Fill out the following details:
    Email Address: The email address you are sending email from.
    Password: The password used for this email account.
    Check the box that says Remember this password
    Display name for your sent messages: This is the name that appears when people are receiving your emails.
    Check the box that says Manually configure server settings
  4. Click “Next”
  5. Under the heading Incoming Server Information, fill out the following fields:
    From the Server Type drop down select POP
    Server Address: 
    Set the port as:
    With SSL: 995
    Without SSL: 110
    Users can choose whether to use SSL or not, we support both on our servers.
    From the Authenticate using  drop down, select Clear Text
    Logon user name: Type in your full email address
  6. Under the heading Outgoing server information fill out the following fields:
    Server Address: Your Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) outgoing mail server (as linked to above).
    Leave the port as 25
    Leave Unchecked: 
    “Requires a secure connection (SSL)”
    Check the box: “Requires authentication”
  7. Click “Next”
  8. The pop up window will now display the message “Your email account was added”
    If you would like to add another email account, select Add another email account and follow steps 3 through 7 again.
  9. Click “Finish”

About the Author - Nick Krause

I enjoy seeing graphic design evolve from brand identity through to company stationery, brochures and websites. I have a passion for travel, photography, running and coffee – all of which are made better through quality design.

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