Mac OS X - How to Set Up Entourage to Send and Receive Email

Mac OS X - How to Set Up Entourage to Send and Receive Email


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You will need the server settings for your e-mail address. Go to EarthLink Server Settings// to get these settings.

2

Open Entourage.


3

In the First name field, type your first name.

4

In the Last name field, type your last name.


5

Click the right arrow button.


6

Click the right arrow button.


7

Click the right arrow button.


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Click the I want to start using Entourage without importing anything radio button in the What do you want to import?

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Click the right arrow button.  


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Check the box next to Enable Junk Mail Filter.

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Click the right arrow button.  


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In the Your name field, type your name.

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Click the right arrow button.


14

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

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In the E-mail Address field, type your entire  EarthLink  email address (e.g.,  johndoe@earthlink.net ).  


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Click the right arrow button.


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Click the arrow box on the My incoming mail server is a(n) pop-up list and choose POP.

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In the Incoming mail server field, type your Incoming mail server (POP).


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In the Outgoing (SMTP) mail server field, type  smtpauth.earthlink.net .

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Click the right arrow button.


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In the Account ID field, type your entire  EarthLink  email address (e.g.,  johndoe@earthlink.net ).

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In the Password field, type your email password.

Note: The user name and password are case sensitive. Make sure that Caps Lock is OFF!


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Check the box next to Save password in my Mac OS keychain if you wish to have your password saved.

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Click the right arrow button.  


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In the Account name field, type your entire  EarthLink  email address (e.g.,  johndoe@earthlink.net ).

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Check the box next to Include this account in my Send & Receive All schedule.


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Click the Finish button.  


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From the Tools menu, choose Accounts.


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Select your mail account in the list.


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Click the Click here for advanced sending options button.


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Check the box next to SMTP server requires authentication.

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Click the radio button in the Log on using area.


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In the Account ID field, type your full  EarthLink  email address (e.g.,  johndoe@earthlink.net ).

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In the Password field, type your password.


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In the SMTP Port field, type 587.

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Check the box next to Override default SMTP port.


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Check the box next to Save password in my Mac OS keychain.

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Click the OK button.





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