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E-Mail Configuration

Eudora Pro - Entry Overview

Field Corresponding Entry
Email/Reply to address: sample@mydomain.com (or .net, .org, etc.)
(sample = the specific address at your domain name)
Incoming (POP3) mail server: pop.mydomain.com (or .net, .org, etc.)
(If you would like to access your mail via an IMAP client, you will need to use imap.mydomain as the IMAP server)
User/Account name: sample@mydomain.com (or .net, .org, etc.)
(If you are using a mail client, such as Netscape, that does not allow you to use the "@" symbol in the User/Account name field, you may substitute the "@" in your address with the "_" character. For example: username_mydomain)
Password: password
(password = the password you chose for that email address)
Outgoing (SMTP) mail server: smtp.mydomain.com (or .net, .org, etc.)
(no username or password are required for outgoing mail)

Step by Step Setup Instructions

To set up a new e-mail account:

  1. Open Eudora Pro
  2. Check the "Don't ask me anymore" box
  3. If you want Eudora to be your main email program, click the Yes button. If you intend to use another mail program for most of your email, click the No button. If you are not sure, just click the No button
  4. Click the Close button
  5. Click on Tools and then Options
  6. Under Category, select Getting Started
  7. In the Real Name text box type your name
  8. In the Return Address text box type your email address
  9. For the Mail Server (incoming) type pop.mydomain.com
    (replace mydomain.com with your unique domain name)
  10. For the Login Name type your username
  11. For the SMTP Server (outgoing) type smtp.mydomain.com
    (replace mydomain.com with your unique domain name)
  12. Under Category, select Checking Mail
  13. Verify that pop.mydomain.com is entered for Mail Server
  14. Verify that your username is entered for Login Name
  15. Under Category, select Incoming Mail
  16. Verify that POP is chosen for Server Configuration
  17. Under Category, select Sending Mail
  18. Verify that your email address is entered for Return Address
  19. Verify that smtp.mydomain.com is entered for SMTP Server
  20. Under Category, select Advanced Network
  21. Uncheck Cache network info
  22. Set Network open timeout to 900 seconds
  23. Set Network timeout after to 900 seconds, then click OK
  24. You are now ready to send and receive email

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