How to setup email on Microsoft Outlook 2007

How to setup email on Microsoft Outlook 2007

Start Outlook. On the Tools menu, click Account Settings. Click New. Click Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, and then click Next. In the Auto Account Setup dialog box, click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server  types check box, and then click Next. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next. In the Server Information section, select IMAP for Account Type. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you […]

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How to setup email on Microsoft Outlook 2010

How to setup email on Microsoft Outlook 2010

Start Outlook. On the File menu, click Info and click Account Settings. Select Account Settings from the list. On the E-mail tab, click New and select Email Account, and then click Next. Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box and click Next. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next. In the Server Information section, select IMAP for Account Type. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you want it to appear […]

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How to setup email on iPhone

How to setup email on iPhone

From the Home screen, choose Settings. Next, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars. In the Accounts section, tap Add Account. Choose your email account type as ‘Other’ Select Add Mail Account under the Mail section. Enter your name, email address, password. Add a description such as ‘Home’ or ‘Work’. Incoming Mail Server – Host Name: Enter mail.yourdomain.co.za (Replace yourdomain.co.za with your actual domain […]

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How to setup email on Android device

How to setup email on Android device

You may want to setup your email account on your phone or other mobile devices. Tap the email icon on your mobile device. If you see options for ‘Exchange’ or ‘Others’ please select ‘Others’. Enter your email address and password created on your control panel. Tap the option for ‘Manual Setup’. Select ‘IMAP’. Type ‘mail.yourdomain.co.za’ (Replace ‘yourdomain.co.za’ with your actual domain). Your ‘Port […]

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