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	<category>Mail Program Setup</category>
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	<theme>Outlook Express</theme>
	<content
xmlns="http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40">Before you setup anything in
the mail program you need to
create at least
one user account (with the Site owner panel). You can <a
href="https://echo1.echoechoplus.com/~admin3/demo/Site/help/site/oh_site_demo_setting_up_your_email_services.htm"
target="_blank">view this demo</a> to learn how to create
mail accounts.

In Outlook Express you can create new mail accounts in
&quot;Tools&quot;-&gt;&quot;Accounts&quot;-&gt;&quot;Mail&quot;-&gt;&quot;Add&quot;-&gt;&quot;Mail&quot;.

If your domain is &quot;yourdomain.com&quot; and the user is
&quot;username&quot;, you should use this info:

Incoming mail (POP3): mail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing mail (SMTP): mail.yourdomain.com
Account/Login/User name: username@yourdomain.com
Password: The password for &quot;username&quot;.

Make sure to check the option: &quot;My server requires
authentication&quot;. (The exact wording may be slightly
different
depending on your mail program)

Do NOT check the option: &quot;Logon using secure password
authentication&quot;. (Again, the exact wording may be
slightly different
depending on your mail program)

Advanced info (probably not needed):
Outgoing mail port: 25
Incoming mail port: 110

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IMPORTANT NOTE:
Many ISP&#039;s started blocking the port for outgoing mail
- the customers
can ONLY send mail through the ISP&#039;s own outgoing mail
servers.

This is because several virus are turning private computers
into spam mail
servers.

You can read more in this FAQ:
<a
href="http://pro.echoechoplus.com/helpfiles/index.php?&amp;aktion=artikel&amp;rubrik=002&amp;id=70&amp;lang=en"
target="_blank">ISP&#039;s blocking access to 3rd party mail
servers</a></content>
	<author>EchoEcho Support</author>
	<date>12.07.2009, 21:02</date>
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