*Turn the preview pane on and off
*New Message Notifications – can have the system notify you every 5,10, etc. minutes when new email comes in
Automatically save outgoing messages (default is on)
Choose which default email composer to use (plain text or rich text)
Attachment forwarding options for HTML messages
Auto-saving email during composition
Automatically attaching contact info
Cleanup – automatically deleting Trash contents
Name and Signature
Name as you would like to see it in outgoing mail
Signature and whether it appends to all emails
Sender address, and whether it is always used to reply
Can add filters based on sender, subject, etc..
Allows for deletion, reply, or moving of email to folders.
Turn forwarding on and off
Set the delivery address and whether to leave a local copy
Email access via Outlook, etc.
While there are many different kinds of email programs, there are going to be things in common with just about all of them. Rather than go over lists of steps and screenshots, we’ll go over some general principles in this section. Somewhere in the email program that you use, it will ask for the following information:
Inbound Mail Server (POP3)
This is the name of the computer or group of computers that processes email that is coming into the email account. Think of it as the “fetching” computer. For Blue Tie email, the POP3 server is…
If the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, then the POP3 server is pop.yourdomain.com ALSO, the server pop.bluetie.com will work as well.
Outbound Mail Server (SMTP)
This is the name of the computer or group of computers that processes email that is leaving the email account. Think of it as the “sending” computer. For Blue Tie email, the SMTP server is…
smtp.(domainname).com/net/etc. If the email address is email@example.com, then the SMTP server is smtp.yourdomain.com ALSO, the server smtp.bluetie.com will work as well.
Some internet service providers (ISPs) don’t allow customers to use outbound email servers not controlled by the ISP. If you get errors just sending your email, but can receive it just fine, you will probably need to get your SMTP server information from the ISP.