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   How to Add and Configure a New Internet E-mail Account

The "Six Steps Program" Tutorial for Outlook Express

 Setup for your e-mail program (Outlook Express as an example):

These instructions and images were "lifted" and adapted from the Microsoft website.

To Configure a POP3 E-mail Client program:

To use an e-mail client to send and receive your Mail messages, you must designate a new incoming (POP) mail server and a new outgoing (SMTP) mail server.

These are the basic server settings for Wonk.com Mail:

Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: mail.Wonk.com
Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.Wonk.com

Account Name/Login Name: (your email address "User@YourDomain.com") Not just User

E-mail address: Your Wonk.com Mail address (i.e. User@YourDomain.com)
Your eMail password

If your ISP is wonk.com please use the following steps to add and configure a new Internet e-mail account:

For example Outlook Express, Outlook 98 (IMO), and Outlook 2000 (IMO)

Use the following steps for Outlook Express, Outlook 98 installed with the Internet Mail Only option (IMO), and Outlook 2000 (IMO) (see the six step tutorial program).

NOTE: To determine your Outlook installation type, click About Microsoft Outlook on the Help menu. In About Microsoft Outlook, you should see "Internet Mail Only" if you have the Internet Mail Only installation.

  1. Be sure to always use the fully qualified email account name
    (e.g. "user@domain.com" instead of just "user").
  2. In Outlook Express, Outlook 98 (IMO), or Outlook 2000 (IMO) (as applicable), click Accounts on the Tools menu.
  3. Click the Mail tab, click Properties, and then click the Servers tab.
  4. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) box, type the name of the SMTP server (the server that sends your mail).
    Outgoing or SMTP e-mail server = "smtp.wonk.com"
  5. In the Incoming Mail (POP3) box, type the name of the POP3 server (the server from which you receive mail).
    Incoming or POP e-mail server = "mail.wonk.com"
  6. Click OK, and then click Close.

Six Step Program
for Configuring Outlook Express

Step #1

If Outlook Express is not already on your computer, make sure you have first downloaded and installed Outlook Express before proceeding. You can only download Outlook Express as a bundled application with Internet Explorer.

Once the application is open and running, go to "Tools", then select "Accounts" from the pull-down menu. You should now see a pop-up window labeled "Internet Accounts".

From the pop-up window, select "Add", then "Mail" from the top left side of the window.

Step #2

You should see a pop-up window on your screen labeled "Internet Connection Wizard". This screen will be asking your name or your organization's name. This name will show up on all mail sent from the e-mail address you are setting-up. Fill out the requested information.

Your Name

Step #3

The next pop-up window will ask for your internet the e-mail address you are setting-up through Outlook Express.The illustration below is what you should enter if you are setting up your POP3 account.


Step #4

The next screen asks for your E-mail Server Names. Follow the screen below and fill-in the fields exactly as shown below. Make sure POP3 is selected for your incoming mail server.


Step #5

The Internet Mail Logon screen will ask for your login for this POP3 account, which is just you@yourdomain.com for this POP3 account. After you enter this information, be sure to enter your password. If you wish, Outlook Express will save your password so you don't have to enter it each time. Make sure the "Remember Password" box is checked if you wish to store your password. Do NOT check "Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)".

You should see this to setup your new POP3 email account.


Step #6

You have just completed setting up this account in Outlook Express, and should see the screen shot below! Be sure to click on the "Finish" button on the bottom.

After completing the 6 step program Bill Gates asks you to attend weekly meetings and admit that 'I am a windowsholic'!

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