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E-mail Clients: Configuring your POP mail client for use with TIES

Netscape Messenger 
  1. Open Netscape Communicator.
  2. From the menu. click Edit | Preferences.
  3. In the box under Category, Click on the plus sign (+) to the left of Mail and Newsgroups. 
  4. In the sublist, click on Identity.
  5. In the Your Name field, fill it with your name as you wish it to appear on all your outgoing messages. 
  6. In the Email Address field, fill it with your complete e-mail address in the form: firstname.lastname@ties.itu.int.
  7. In the sublist, click on Mail Server.
  8. Fill in Mail server user name using your userid (everything before the @ in your pilot email address).
  9. Incoming (POP) mail server is pop.itu.int .
  10. Outgoing (SMTP) mail server is smtp.itu.int . The Outgoing mail server SMTP.ITU.INT will only accept connections from users of our ITU wired and wireless networks. When connected with another ISP, SMTP.ITU.INT will refuse to relay mail and in that case use your ISP's SMTP server address.
  11. The Mail server type is POP3. 
  12. Check the box labeled Leave messages on server after retrieval if you check your mail from more than one computer. Note that you are only allowed to store 50Mb of data on the TIES server. If your mail storage exceeds this amount, you will receive an automatic notification reminding you of the storage quota. If you check this box, you will need to periodically delete your mail messages using the TIES mail web access at http://tiesmail.itu.int .
  13. Click OK to exit Preferences and save what you have done.

Netscape Mail 
  1. Open Netscape Navigator, click on Options | Mail and News Preferences. 
  2. Click on the Servers tab. 
  3. In the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server field enter: smtp.itu.int . The Outgoing mail server SMTP.ITU.INT will only accept connections from users of our ITU wired and wireless networks. When connected with another ISP, SMTP.ITU.INT will refuse to relay mail and in that case use your ISP's SMTP server address.
  4. In the Incoming Mail (POP3) Server field enter: pop.itu.int . 
  5. Your POP3 User Name is your TIES username.
  6. Click on the Identity tab. 
  7. In the Your Name field enter your name as you wish it to appear on all your outgoing messages. 
  8. In the Email Address field, fill it with your TIES e-mail address in the form: firstname.lastname@ties.itu.int. 
  9. Click OK to save the configuration changes.

Microsoft Outlook / Exchange
  1. In MS Outlook or Exchange, click on Tools, then on Services. 
  2. If present, highlight Internet Email, then click on Properties. 
  3. If not present, click on Add, highlight Internet Email, click OK. 
  4. Enter your name as you wish it to appear on all your outgoing messages. 
  5. In the Email Address field, fill it with your TIES e-mail address in the form: firstname.lastname@ties.itu.int. 
  6. On the Servers tab (depending on your version of Outlook) enter pop.itu.int for the Incoming (POP3) server and smtp.itu.int for Outgoing (SMTP) server fields. The Outgoing mail server SMTP.ITU.INT will only accept connections from users of our ITU wired and wireless networks. When connected with another ISP, SMTP.ITU.INT will refuse to relay mail and in that case use your ISP's SMTP server address.
  7. Your login Information can be filled in with your TIES username and your TIES password.
  8. On the Connection tab, choose the way that you access the internet. (Either using a LAN connection or via modem). In this example, 
  9. If you access your email from multiple computers you may (depending on your version of Outlook): 
    • Click on the Advanced tab and choose Leave message on Server. Note that you are only allowed to store 50Mb of data on the TIES server. If your mail storage exceeds this amount, you will receive an automatic notification reminding you of the storage quota. If you check this box, you will need to periodically delete mail messages using the TIES mail web access at http://tiesmail.itu.int

    • Choose Work Off-line and Use a Remote Connection.

  10. Click OK until all option boxes are closed. 
  11. You will need to click on File, then on Exit and Logoff for the changes to become effective.

Eudora 
  1. With Eudora open, click on Tools | Options. 
  2. Click on Getting Started. 
  3. In the POP Account field, enter username@pop.itu.int
  4. In the field Real Name, enter your name as you would like it to appear on all your outgoing messages.  
  5. Enter your complete TIES email address, firstname.lastname@ties.itu.int in the Return Address field. 
  6. Click on the Connection Method checkbox labeled Winsock (Network, PPP, SLIP). 
  7. Click on Hosts from the Category.
  8. In the SMTP field, type smtp.itu.int . The Outgoing mail server SMTP.ITU.INT will only accept connections from users of our ITU wired and wireless networks. When connected with another ISP, SMTP.ITU.INT will refuse to relay mail and in that case use your ISP's SMTP server address.
  9. Click on Checking Mail from the Category.
  10. Check the box beside Send on check.
  11. Check the box beside Save password.
  12. If you check your mail from more than one computer and you wish to leave all messages on the server, then check the box beside Leave Mail on Server. Note that you are only allowed to store 50Mb of data on the TIES server. If your mail storage exceeds this amount, you will receive an automatic notification reminding you of the storage quota. If you check this box, you will need to periodically delete your mail messages using the TIES mail web access at http://tiesmail.itu.int .
  13. Click on Ok.


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