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Microsoft®Outlook® and Outlook Express® Quick Setup  

This guide explains how to setup Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express (herein referred to as Outlook) to send and receive email with your Everyone.net Personal Mail, Business Mail or Mail Plus email account. This guide assumes that you have a working connection to the Internet and have a basic understanding of your Microsoft Windows® operating system.
 
 

 
 
      Step 1

Open Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express. If Outlook asks you to make it your default mail client, choose Yes.
 
 


 
 

Step 2

In Outlook, choose the Tools menu and then choose Accounts...
 
 


 
 

Step 3

Choose the Add menu and then choose Mail...
 
 


 
 
 

Step 4

Enter your name.

This is the name that people will see when they receive an email from you.

Choose Next.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 5

Choose I already have an email address that I'd like to use.

Enter your complete Everyone.net Personal Mail, Business Mail or Mail Plus email address:

amer@masoodtextile.com

Choose Next.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 6

My incoming mail server is a POP3 server should be set by default. If not, choose the IMAP or HTTP menu and change it to POP3.

Enter pop.everyone.net for the Incoming mail POP3 server.

Enter smtp.everyone.net for the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server.

Choose Next.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 7

Enter your complete Everyone.net Personal Mail, Business Mail or Mail Plus email address for the Account name:

user@masoodtextile.com

Enter your Everyone.net Personal Mail, Business Mail or Mail Plus email account password for the Password.

Remember password should be checked by default. If not, choose Remember password.

Secure Password Authentication should be un-checked by default. If not, un-check Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA).

Choose Next.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 8

Choose Finish.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 9

Choose the Mail tab.

Select (i.e. highlight) the pop.everyone.net Account and then choose the Properties button.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 10

Choose the Servers tab.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 11

Choose My server requires authentication.

Choose the Apply button.

Choose the OK button.
 
 


 
 
 

Step 12

Choose the Close button.
 
 


 
 
 

Check Your Email

Choose the Send/Recv. menu and then choose pop.everyone.net.

Your new email messages are downloaded to your Inbox.

Congratulations! You have now setup Outlook to send and receive email with your Everyone.net Personal Mail, Business Mail or Mail Plus email account.
 
 


 
 
 

Advanced Settings

By default, Outlook deletes your new messages from the mail server after they have been downloaded to your computer. Messages that have been downloaded to your computer via Outlook will no longer be available via your web browser.

If you would like to read the same messages in Outlook and your web browser (e.g. on a different computer), choose Leave a copy of messages on server. Be sure to periodically delete your messages from the mail server to prevent it from getting full.

To learn more about Outlook choose the Help menu or visit http://www.microsoft.com/support .
 
 


 
 
 

smtp.everyone.net Connection Failure

Some Internet Service Providers (ISP's), such as Earthlink, block all SMTP (Port Number 25) traffic except for their own to prevent people that send junk email from abusing their network.

If your ISP blocks all SMTP traffic on port 25 except for their own, you have a few options.

Option 1: Use Port 2525
(Recommended)

Enter 2525 for your Outgoing mail (SMTP) Server Port Number.

This is a work around that will allow you to use smtp.everyone.net to send email.

Option 2: Unblock Port 25

Some smaller ISP's may unblock port 25 on a per user basis if you explain to your ISP that you would like to use Everyone.net's SMTP server (smtp.everyone.net) to send email with your Everyone.net powered email account. Most large ISP's, such as Earthlink, do not support this feature.

Option 3: Use Your ISP's SMTP Server

Some smaller ISP's may allow you to send email with your Everyone.net powered email account using their SMTP server. Contact your ISP for more details. Most large ISP's, such as Earthlink, do not support this feature.
 
 


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