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Configure E-mail Clients

Postby chandranjoy » Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:36 pm

Configure Outlook Express, Microsoft 2000/2002/2003/2007, Eudora and Thunderbird:

POP Setup

Configuring POP3 for Outlook Express and 2000

1. Click the Tools menu
2. Choose Accounts
3. Click the Add button
4. Choose Mail
5. Type your Display Name (Usually First and Last name) and click Next
6. Type the Email Address assigned to your user name and click Next
7. Verify that POP3 is selected from the drop-down menu
8. For Incoming mail server, type pop.innovationframes.com
9. For Outgoing mail server, type smtp.innovationframes.com
10. Click Next
11. For Account name, type your user name (username.enterprise) or your email address
12. Type your Password (same one used to login to the web application)
13. Verify that Remember Password is checked and click Next
14. Click the Finish button
15. Double-click on the Mail account under either the All tab or the Mail tab
16. Click the Servers tab
17. Check the box for My server requires authentication
18. Click the Advanced tab
19. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on server if you want to access your email from the web application as well
20. Click the Apply button, then the OK button, and then Close


Configuring POP3 for Outlook Express and 2000 w/SSL

1. Launch Outlook Express
2. Click Tools --> Accounts, The Accounts window appears
3. Click the Mail tab
4. Click the Add button then choose Mail, the Internet Connection Wizard appears.
5. Add your Display Name. Enter the name you want others to see in the From: field when you send E-mail, then click Next.
6. Enter your E-mail address, then click Next
7. Do not change the value beside "My incoming mail server is a". It should remain set to POP3.
8. Input the POP3 server as pop.innovationframes.com into the Incoming mail server field.
9. Input the SMTP server as smtp.innovationframes.com into the Outgoing mail server field. Click Next.
10. Enter your complete E-mail address or User Name (mailboxname@domainname.com) in the Account Name field.
11. Enter your mail account password and click Next.
12. Note: You can set Outlook Express to remember your password if you don't want to type it in every time you check for new messages.
13. Click Finish, the Internet Connection Wizard will close.
14. Click the Mail tab, the Mail Accounts window appears
15. Click the account you just created, then click the Properties button
16. Click the Servers tab
17. Check the box beside My server requires authentication, then click the Settings button
18. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server and click OK
19. Click on the Advanced tab.
20. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (POP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
21. Click OK
22. Click Apply, then OK to close the properties window. The Internet Accounts window will reappear.
23. Click OK to exit the Internet Accounts window, your E-mail set-up is complete


IMAP Setup

Configuring Outlook Express or 2000 for IMAP service


1. Click the Tools menu
2. Choose Accounts
3. Click the Add button
4. Choose Mail
5. Type your Display Name (Usually First and Last name) and click Next
6. Type the Email Address assigned to your user name and click Next
7. Verify that IMAP is selected from the drop-down menu
8. For Incoming mail server, type imap.innovationframes.com
9. For Outgoing mail server, type smtp.innovationframes.com
10. Click Next
11. For Account name, type your user name (username.enterprise) or your email address
12. Type your Password (same one used to login to the web application)
13. Verify that Remember Password is checked and click Next
14. Click the Finish button
15. Double-click on the account under either the All tab or the Mail tab
16. Click the Servers tab
17. Check the box for My server requires authentication
18. Click the Apply button, then the OK button, and then Close
19. When prompted with Do you want to download folders from the mail server you added?, click Yes
20. Click the OK button



Configuring Outlook Express or 2000 w/SSL for IMAP service

1. Launch Outlook Express
2. Click Tools --> Accounts, The Accounts window appears
3. Click the Mail tab
4. Click the Add button then choose Mail, the Internet Connection Wizard appears.
5. Add your Display Name. Enter the name you want others to see in the From: field when you send E-mail, then click Next.
6. Enter your E-mail address, then click Next
7. Change the value beside "My incoming mail server is a". to IMAP.
8. Input the IMAP server imap.innovationframes.com into the Incoming mail server field.
9. Input the SMTP server smtp.innovationframes.com into the Outgoing mail server field. Click Next.
10. Enter your complete E-mail address or User Name (mailboxname@domainname.com) in the Account Name field.
11. Enter your Mail account password and click Next.
12. Note: You can set Outlook Express to remember your password if you don't want to type it in every time you check for new messages.
13. Click Finish, the Internet Connection Wizard will close.
14. Click the Mail tab, the Mail Accounts window appears
15. Click the account you just created, then click the Properties button
16. Click the Servers tab
17. Check the box beside My server requires authentication, then click the Settings button
18. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server and click OK
19. Click on the Advanced tab.
20. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (IMAP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
21. Click Apply, then OK to close the properties window. The Internet Accounts window will reappear.
22. Click OK to exit the Internet Accounts window, your E-mail set-up is complete.



POP Setup

Configuring Outlook 2002/ XP for POP3 service

1. Click the Tools menu
2. Choose Email Accounts
3. Click Add a new e-mail account and click Next
4. In the Server Type listing, choose POP3 and click Next
5. Type Your Name and the Email Address assigned to your account
6. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email addres) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
7. Type pop.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server
8. Click the More Settings button
9. Click the Outgoing Server tab
10. Check the box for My server requires authentication
11. Click the Advanced tab
12. Verify that the incoming port is 110 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
13. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on the server if you want to access your email from the web application as well
14. Click the OK button, then the Next button and then Finish


Configuring Outlook 2002/ XP w/SSL for POP3 service

1. Click Tools --> Email Accounts, The Accounts window appears
2. Check the Add New Email Account button
3. Click Next
4. The Server Accounts window appears select POP3.
5. Click Next
6. The Internet Email Settings window appears
7. In the User Information fields add you’re Your Name. Enter the name you want others to see in the From: field when you send E-mail.
8. Enter your e-mail address
9. In the Login Information field Enter your complete E-mail address or User Name
10. Enter your e-mail account password
11. Note: You can set Outlook Express to remember your password if you don't want to type it in every time you check for new messages.
12. In the Server Information field Input the POP3 server pop.innovationframes.com into the Incoming mail server field.
13. Input the SMTP server smtp.innovationframes.com into the Outgoing mail server field.
14. Click on More Settings
15. Click on the Outgoing Server tab
16. Check the box beside My server requires authentication
17. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server
18. Click on the Advanced tab
19. Verify that the incoming port is 110 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
20. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (POP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
21. Click OK
22. Click Next
23. Click Finish, the Internet Connection Wizard will close.


IMAP Setup

Configuring Outlook 2002 or XP for IMAP service

1. Click the Tools menu
2. Choose Email Accounts
3. Click Add a new e-mail account and click Next
4. In the Server Type listing, choose IMAP and click Next
5. Type Your Name and the Email Address assigned to your account
6. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email addres) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
7. Type imap.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server
8. Click the More Settings button
9. Click the Outgoing Server tab
10. Check the box for My server requires authentication
11. Click the OK button, then the Next button and then Finish

Configuring Outlook 2002 or XP w/SSL for IMAP service

1. Launch Outlook 2002/ XP
2. Click Tools --> Email Accounts, The Accounts window appears
3. Check the Add new Email Account button
4. Click Next
5. The Server Accounts window appears select IMAP.
6. Click Next
7. The Internet Email Settings window appears
8. In the User Information fields add you’re Your Name. Enter the name you want others to see in the From: field when you send E-mail.
9. Enter your e-mail address
10. In the Login Information field Enter your complete E-mail address or User Name
11. Enter your e-mail account password
12. Note: You can set Outlook Express to remember your password if you don't want to type it in every time you check for new messages.
13. In the Server Information field Input the POP3 server imap.innovationframes.com into the Incoming mail server field.
14. Input the SMTP server smtp.innovationframes.com into the Outgoing mail server field.
15. Click on More Settings
16. Click on the Outgoing Server tab
17. Check the box beside My server requires authentication
18. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server
19. Click on the Advanced tab
20. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (IMAP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
21. Click OK
22. Click Next
23. Click Finish, the Internet Connection Wizard will close.



IMAP Setup

Configuring Outlook 2007 for IMAP service

1. Click the Tools menu and select Account Setting
2. The Account Settings window will open. Click on the New icon
3. In the Add New E-mail Account window, select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option and then click the Next button.
4. In the Auto Account Setup window, place a checkmark in the box next to the option: Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click on the Next button.
5. In the Choose E-mail Service window, select the first option, Internet E-mail. Click the Next button.
6. Enter your name as you would like it appear when sending messages in the Your Name field.
7. Enter your e-mail address in the E-mail Address field.
8. Press the down arrow for the Account Type and select IMAP
9. Type imap.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server (IMAP) and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
10. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email address) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
Put a checkmark in the Remember Password box.
11. Click the More Settings button
12. Click the Outgoing Server tab
13. Check the box for My server requires authentication
14. Click on the circle next to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
15. Click the Advanced tab
16. Verify that the incoming port is 143 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
17. Click the OK button, then the Next button and then Finish


IMAP Setup With SSL

Configuring Outlook 2007 w/SSL for IMAP service

1. Click the Tools menu
2. The Account Settings window will open. Click on the New icon
3. In the Add New E-mail Account window, select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option and then click the Next button.
4. In the Auto Account Setup window, place a checkmark in the box next to the option: Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click on the Next button.
5. In the Choose E-mail Service window, select the first option, Internet E-mail. Click the Next button.
6. Enter your name as you would like it appear when sending messages in the Your Name field.
7. Enter your e-mail address in the E-mail Address field.
8. Press the down arrow for the Account Type and select IMAP
9. Type imap.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server (POP3) and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
10. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email address) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
Put a checkmark in the Remember Password box.
11. Click the More Settings button
12. Click the Outgoing Server tab
13. Check the box for My server requires authentication
14. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server
15. Click the Advanced tab
16. Verify that the incoming port is 110 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
17. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on the server if you want to access your email from the web application as well
18. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (POP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
19. Click OK
20. Click Next
21. Click Finish, the Account Wizard will close.


POP Setup

Configuring Outlook 2007 for POP3 service

1. Click the Tools menu and select Account Setting
2. The Account Settings window will open. Click on the New icon
3. In the Add New E-mail Account window, select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option and then click the Next button.
4. In the Auto Account Setup window, place a checkmark in the box next to the option: Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click on the Next button.
5. In the Choose E-mail Service window, select the first option, Internet E-mail. Click the Next button.
6. Enter your name as you would like it appear when sending messages in the Your Name field.
7. Enter your e-mail address in the E-mail Address field.
8. Type pop.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server (POP3) and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
9. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email address) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
Put a checkmark in the Remember Password box.
10. Click the More Settings button
11. Click the Outgoing Server tab
12. Check the box for My server requires authentication
13. Click on the circle next to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
14. Click the Advanced tab
15. Verify that the incoming port is 110 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
16. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on the server if you want to access your email from the web application as well.
17. Click the OK button, then the Next button and then Finish


POP Setup With SSL

Configuring Outlook 2007 w/SSL for POP3 service

1. Click the Tools menu and select Account Setting
2. The Account Settings window will open. Click on the New icon
3. In the Add New E-mail Account window, select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option and then click the Next button.
4. In the Auto Account Setup window, place a checkmark in the box next to the option: Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click on the Next button.
5. In the Choose E-mail Service window, select the first option, Internet E-mail. Click the Next button.
6. Enter your name as you would like it appear when sending messages in the Your Name field.
7. Enter your e-mail address in the E-mail Address field.
8. Type pop.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server (POP3) and smtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
9. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email address) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
Put a checkmark in the Remember Password box.
10. Click the More Settings button
11. Click the Outgoing Server tab
12. Check the box for My server requires authentication
13. Click on the circle next to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
14. Click the Advanced tab
15. Verify that the incoming port is 110 and the outgoing port is either 25 or 5125 (*if you have trouble sending email, please use 5125)
16. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on the server if you want to access your email from the web application as well.
17. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (POP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
18. Click OK
19. Click Next
20. Click Finish, the Account Wizard will close.



Microsoft Outlook 2007 with SSL


Configuring Outlook 2007 w/SSL for POP3 service


1. Click the Tools menu and select Account Setting
2. The Account Settings window will open. Click on the New icon
3. In the Add New E-mail Account window, select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option and then click the Next button.
4. In the Auto Account Setup window, place a checkmark in the box next to the option: Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click on the Next button.
5. In the Choose E-mail Service window, select the first option, Internet E-mail. Click the Next button.
6. Enter your name as you would like it appear when sending messages in the Your Name field.
7. Enter your e-mail address in the E-mail Address field.
8. Type pop.innovationframes.com for the Incoming mail server (POP3) andsmtp.innovationframes.com for the Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
9. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or your email address) and Password (same as used to login to the web application)
Put a checkmark in the Remember Password box.
10. Click the More Settings button
11. Click the Outgoing Server tab
12. Check the box for My server requires authentication
13. Click on the circle next to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
14. Click the Advanced tab
15. Check the box for Leave a copy of message on the server if you want to access your email from the web application as well.
16. Check the box, "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" for both the Incoming (POP) and Outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.
17. Verify that the ougoing port is either '25' or '5125'.
18. Click OK
19. Click Next
20. Click Finish, the Account Wizard will close.


Mozilla Thunderbird:

POP Setup

Configuring POP3 Setup for Thunderbird

1. Click on Tools

2. Click on Account Settings

3. Click on Add Account

4. Select Email Account

5. Fill in Your Name and Email Address and click the Next button

6. Select POP as the type of incoming server

7. Type pop.innovationframes.com into the Incoming Server field and click the Next button

8. Type your User Name (username.enterprise or email address) and click Next

9. Leave Account name as your email address and click Next

10.Verify Download messages now is checked and Click the Finish button

11.You will be prompted for the password, fill in and choose if you want Thunderbird to remember the password and then press OK

12.Click Tools and select Account Settings

13.Click Outgoing Server from the pane on the left and click the Add button

14.For the Server Name, type smtp.innovationframes.com

15.Check the box for Use name and password and fill in your User Name (username.enterprise)

16.Click the OK button and then click the OK button again



Configuring POP3 Setup for Thunderbird w/SSL


1.Click on Tools

2.Click on Account Settings

3.Click on Add Account

4.Select Email Account

5.Fill in Your Name and Email Address and click the Next button

6.Select POP as the type of incoming server

7.Type pop.innovationframes.com into the Incoming Server field and click the Next button

8.Type your User Name (username.enterprise or email address) and click Next

9.Leave Account name as your email address and click Next

10.Verify Download messages now is checked and Click the Finish button

11.You will be prompted for the password, fill in and choose if you want Thunderbird to remember the password and then press OK

12.Click Tools and select Account Settings

13.Click Outgoing Server from the pane on the left and click the Add button

14.For the Server Name, type smtp.innovationframes.com

15.Check the box for Use name and password and fill in your User Name (username.enterprise)

16.Under the Use Secure Connection check SSL

17.Click on the Server Settings and select Use Secure Connection (TLS)

18.Click the OK button and then click the OK button again


Eudora:

POP Setup

Configuring Eudora POP Setup

1. Click the Special (Tools on a PC) menu and choose Settings
2. Click the Gettings Started icon in the Options window
3. Enter either your User Name (jdoe.companyname) or your email address in the Username field
4. Type pop.innovationframes.com in the Mail Server field
5. Type smtp.innovationframes.com in the SMTP Server field
6. Click the Sending mail icon in the Options window
7. Check the box for Allow authorization
8. Click OK

Configuring Eudora POP3 Setup w/SSL

1. Click the Special (Tools on a PC) menu and choose Settings
2. Click the Gettings Started icon in the Options window
3. Enter either your User Name (jdoe.companyname) or your email address in the Username field
4. Type pop.innovationframes.com in the Mail Server field
5. Type smtp.innovationframes.com in the SMTP Server field
6. Click the Sending mail icon in the Options window
7. Check the box for Allow authorization
8. Click the SSL icon
9. In the Secure Sockets Layer next to SSL for POP choose Required (TLS) from the drop down
10. In the Secure Sockets Layer next to SSL for SMTP choose Required (TLS) from the drop down
11. Click OK

IMAP Setup


Configuring IMAP Eudora Setup


1. Click the Special (Tools on a PC) menu and choose Settings
2. Click the Gettings Started icon in the Options window
3. Enter either your User Name (jdoe.companyname) or your email address in the Username field
4. Type imap.innovationframes.com in the Mail Server field
5. Type smtp.innovationframes.com in the SMTP Server field
6. Click the Sending mail icon in the Options window
7. Check the box for Allow authorization
8. Click OK.

Configuring IMAP for Eudora Setup w/SSL

1. Click the Special (Tools on a PC) menu and choose Settings
2. Click the Gettings Started icon in the Options window
3. Enter either your User Name (jdoe.companyname) or your email address in the Username field
4. Type imap.innovationframes.com in the Mail Server field
5. Type smtp.innovationframes.com in the SMTP Server field
6. Click the Sending mail icon in the Options window
7. Check the box for Allow authorization
8. Click the SSL icon
9. In the Secure Sockets Layer next to SSL for IMAP choose Required (TLS) from the drop down
10. In the Secure Sockets Layer next to SSL for SMTP choose Required (TLS) from the drop down
11. Click OK.


Configure Pop3/IMAP account in iPhone(Apple):


Please go through the following steps to set up your email on the iPhone or iPod Touch.

You will simply need the standard email account information: username, password, and the incoming and outgoing mail server host information for your domain, e.g. mail.innovationframes.com.

1. If this is the first account you're setting up on the iPhone or the iPod Touch, tap Mail. Otherwise, from the Home screen choose Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Accounts and choose Add Account....

2. Choose your email account type. For setting up email to work with your (mt) Media Temple service choose Other.

3. Select Add Mail Account under the Mail section and enter account information.

Fill in your name and email address. Then click Save.

4.On the next screen enter your account details, including the following. We strongly suggest using your access domain which will work properly with SSL enabled. This is the default setting on the iPhone.

* Incoming Mail Server
Host Name: mail.innovationframes.com
User Name: username@innovationframes.com
Password: If you do not know your password, you can reset it through control panel.

* Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)
Host Name: mail.innovationframes.com
User Name: username@innovationframes.com
Password: If you do not know your password, you can reset it through control panel..

Tap Save to save the entered information. Your iPhone will then verify your account information.

5. Upon successful completion you will be taken back to the Mail Settings screen. You will still need to configure your folders since you are using IMAP. Select your newly created account and enter the Advanced section.

Change your IMAP Path Prefix from / to INBOX.

6. Now you will be able to choose the Drafts, Sent, and Deleted folders on the server. This way your folders will be in sync no matter where or how you access your email. Just choose each Mailbox on the same Advanced screen and select the matching folder on the server.

You should now have a fully configured account on your Apple iPhone.

Please have a try to send/receive mails after the setup has been done.


How to configure Evolution mail client in Linux based systems.

1.Open Evolution

2.Click Edit -> prefrences -> mail accounts -> Add

3.Fill the following information.
Full name: your name
Email address: yourmail@domain.com
Tick the check box make this my default account
Reply-to: yourmail@domain.com

4.In Receiving mail Page,
configuration:
Server Type -> select as 'POP'
Server: mail.domain.com or domain.com
Username: yourmail@domain.com
Security:
No encrption
Authentication Type:
Click fo supported types(this will detects the server authentication type automatically)
OR select 'password' as auth. type.
Forward

5.In tick the option 'Leave messages on server' then click forward.

6.Select Server Type 'SMTP' in sending options.
Server name: mail.domain.com or domain.com
Tick the check box of 'Server requires authentication' option.
Use secure connection : No encryption
Authentication Type: PLAIN or LOGIN
Username: yourmail@domain.com
Tick the check box 'Remember password'
Then click forward.

7.Account Information:
Type your account name as you wish.

8. Save your setup and click send and recieve, this will asks your account password. Tick the save password option.

Thats it, you have configured the Evolution mail client successfully.

Enjoy folks...!
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