• Microsoft Outlook Express

    1. Click on Tools
    2. Click on Accounts
    3. Click on the Mail tab
    4. Click on the Email Eccount
    5. Click on Properties on the right side of the page
    6. On the General tab, add the to the email address.
    7. Click on the Servers tab
    8. Set Incoming mail server to:
    9. Set Outgoing mail server to:
    10. Under Outgoing Mail Server, place a check in the box at My server requires authentication
    11. Click on the Settings button
    12. Click on Log on using
    13. Type in full email address at Account name box
    14. Type in email password in the Password box
    15. Place a check at Remember Password
    16. Click OK
    17. Click on the Advanced tab
    18. Set Outgoing server port to: 587
    19. Click Apply and Click Ok

  • Microsoft Outlook 2013

    1. Open Outlook 2013
    2. Click on File.
    3. Click on Account Settings
    4. Click on Email tab and be sure your email account is highlighted
    5. Click on Change above the email account
    6.  Set Incoming mail server: change to
    7. Set  Outgoing mail server: change to
    8. Click on the More Settings button on the right bottom of the page
    9. Click on the Outgoing Server tab
    10. Check the box at My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
    11. Place a dot at Log on using
    12. In the Username field, type in full email address. In the Password field, type in email password
    13. Click OK
    14. Click on the Advanced tab
    15. In the Outgoing server port: type 587 in the box
    16. Click OK
    17. Click Next
    18. Click Finish
    19. Close out the accounts window

  • Windows Mail

    1. Double click on the Windows Mail icon.
    2. In the menu across the top of the window click on Tools
    3. In the dropdown menu choose Accounts
    4. An “Internet Accounts” window opens.
    5. Under the “Mail” heading click once on your account name to select it.
    Then click on the Properties button to the right
    6. On the General tab, add the to the email address
    7. Click on the Server tab, change the Incoming Mail Server (POP3) to:
    Change the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) to:
    8. At the bottom of the screen check the box before “My server requires authentication”
    9. Click on the Settings button
    10. There should be a dot next to “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
    11. Click on the “Ok” button in that window. And click “Ok” in the next window.
    12. Click on the Advanced tab
    13. Set the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) port number to: 587
    14. Click Ok, Click Apply, Click Close

  • Windows Live Mail

    1. Open up Windows Live Mail
    2. Once Windows Live Mail  is open click on the Accounts tab at the top
    3. Click on the Properties button
    4. Once you click the Properties button a new window will appear
    5. Under the User Information, change the Email Address i.e
    6. Click on the Servers tab, next to Incoming Mail (POP3) type:
    7. On the same Servers tab, next to Outgoing Mail (SMTP) change to:
    8. Place a check next to My Server Requires Authentication and click Settings
    9. Place a dot next to “Use Same Settings
    10. Click the Advance tab and change the Outgoing Server to 587
    11. Click Apply, click OK, click Close

  • Windows 8 Mail

    1. In mail, open the Charms bar and choose Settings.
    2. From the Charms bar, choose Accounts.
    3. You’ll see a list of the email addresses currently set up. Select the address you want to check or edit from the list.
    4. From here you can check and edit the settings for your email account. As the settings are shown in a single column
    5. In the Email Address field, add the to your email address
    7. In the Username field, place your full email address i.e.
    8. Change the Incoming Mail Server to
    9. Change the Outgoing Mail Server to, change Port number to 587
    10. Place a check next to Outgoing Server Requires Authentication
    11. Place a check next to Use the same username and password to send and receive mail
    12. Finally, click the back arrow at the top of the column to save the changes you’ve made.

  • Mozilla Thunderbird

    1. Open Thunderbird
    2. Click the Menu button (3 bars in upper right corner)
    3. Hover over Options and select Account Settings
    4. Update the email address to the domain under the Account Name and Email Address
    5. Click Server Settings on the left side of the window
    6. Change the Server Name to
    7. Click Outgoing Server (SMTP) on the left side of the window
    8. Select the server from the list and click Edit
    9. Change the Server Name to, Port to 587, Authentication to Password, transmitted insecurely and Username to the full email address
    10. Click OK, then click OK again

  • Apple Mail

    1. Open Mail for Mac
    2. Click Mail in the menu bar
    3. Click Preferences
    4. In Preferences Accounts
    5. Under the Email Address, change the email domain to
    6. Change the Incoming Mail Server to
    7. Click on the drop-down menu for Outgoing Mail Server and select Edit SMTP Server List
    8. Select the mail server, then change the Server Name to
    9. Click the Advanced tab
    10. Change the Port to 587 and select Password from the Authentication drop-down menu.  In the Username field, type the full email address. In the Password field type, the email password.
    11. Click OK
    12. Close the window, there will be a confirmation to Save the Settings.