|Windows Mail is a Microsoft email program available with
Windows Vista. This document explains how to set up Windows Mail.
Entering your email settings
To remove an old account: click on the account you want to
remove to highlight it, then click the Remove button on the
right-hand side of the Accounts window. You will be asked if you
really want to remove the account.
- Start Windows Mail by selecting it from the Start
Menu or go to All Programs .
- If this is the first time you have started Windows Mail, the setup
wizard will automatically open. If the wizard does not start, click the Tools menu at
the top of the window, then click Accounts.
- If you have an account listed here Remove it this includes anything under Directory Service now Click the Add... button at the upper right of the
Internet Accounts window. Select E-mail Account and click
- Enter your real name as you would like it to be displayed on
outbound email (e.g., Jane Doe), and click Next.
- Enter your email address (e.g., email@example.com), and
- On the "Set up e-mail servers" window: in the Incoming e-mail
server type box, choose POP3.
- Enter mail.nctc.net in the
Incoming mail (POP3 or IMAP) server box and the same thing in theOutgoing e-mail server
(SMTP) box mail.nctc.net .Do NOT put a check inth Outgoing server requires authentication. Click Next.
- The E-mail username box should already be filled out, now key in your email
password in the Password box. Verify that the Remember
password box is checked. Click Next.
- On the last screen, click Finish.
- If the Internet Accounts box appears, click the Close
button. Windows Mail is ready to use.
To make changes to an existing account: click on the account you want
to edit, then click the Properties button on the right-hand side of
the Accounts window. This will open the Properties window of
the account. Along the top of this window will be a series of tabs.
Click on the applicable tab to access the various account