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Email Setup

- How to read your Email on Siscom.net

- Outlook 2010

- Outlook Express 6

- Outlook

- Eudora

- Mozilla Thunderbird



Read your Email on Siscom.net

1. First, make sure you are connected to the internet.

2. Open your web browser and point the address bar to : www.siscom.net

3. Let the Siscom homepage load completely.

4. Look to the top-right portion of your window.

5. Click on the Check Email link.

6. Enter your Siscom Username and Password.

7. Click the Login button.

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Outlook 2010



Please make sure to ENABLE outbound SMTP authentication on your mail client using the same username/password as you used with the incoming (POP) server settings.

1. Open Outlook 2010

2. Click File select Info click Add Account.

3. click Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click Next.

4. click Internet E-mail and click Next.

5. fill in your information and click More Settings:
o Use mail.domain.com for both incoming and outgoing mail servers
o Select POP3 from Account Type
o Full email address for user uame and password
o Check the Remember password checkbox
o Uncheck the Test Account Settings by clicking the Next button check box

6. click on the Outgoing Server tab and do the following:
o Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
o Select POP3 from Account Type
o Click Use same settings as my incoming mail server

    - The Incoming Mail server is: siscom.servletinc.net
    - The Outgoing Mail server is: siscom.servletinc.net

7. Click Advanced tab and do the following:
o Make sure the incoming server (POP3) is set to 110
o Make sure the Outgoing server (SMTP) is set to 587
o Under Delivery, choose your preference

8. Click OK click Next and click Finish

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Outlook Express 6



Please make sure to ENABLE outbound SMTP authentication on your mail client using the same username/password as you used with the incoming (POP) server settings.

1. Open Outlook Express.

2. Click Accounts on the Tools menu.

3. At the top of the Internet Accounts window, click Add followed by Mail.

4. Type your name in the Display Name box and click Next.

5. Type your email address in the Email Address box and click Next.

6. Make sure POP3 is selected for My Incoming Mail Server is.
    - The Incoming Mail server is: siscom.servletinc.net
    - The Outgoing Mail server is: siscom.servletinc.net

7. Click Next.

8. Type your Siscom Username and Password.

9. If you'd like to save your password, check the Remember Password box and click Next.

10. Click Finish and restart Outlook Express.

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Outlook



Please make sure to ENABLE outbound SMTP authentication on your mail client using the same username/password as you used with the incoming (POP) server settings.

1. Open Outlook.

2. Click E-Mail Accounts on the Tools menu.

3. Select Add a new E-mail Account and click Next.

4. On the Server Type box, choose POP3 and click Next.

5. When the E-Mail Accounts box appears, use the following guidelines:

User Information
* Your Name: This is what people will see when you send an email.
* E-Mail Address: This is your email address.

Logon Information
* User Name: This is your username provided to you by Siscom Support.
* Password: This is your password.

(!) Make sure you have checked the box that says "Remember Password"

Server Information

* Incoming Mail Server(POP3): type in siscom.servletinc.net
* Outgoing Mail Server(SMTP): type in siscom.servletinc.net

Remember to click the box marked “My outgoing server requires authentication” and to use the same login information as my pop3 login.

9. If you'd like to save your password, check the Remember Password box and click Next.

10. Click Finish and restart Outlook Express.

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Eudora



Please make sure to ENABLE outbound SMTP authentication on your mail client using the same username/password as you used with the incoming (POP) server settings.

1. Open Eudora.

2. Click Options on the Tools menu.

3. Select Getting Started and enter the following information:

    Real Name: Put your real name as you would want other people to see it.

    Email Address: Place your full email address in this box.

    Mail Server (Incoming) is: siscom.servletinc.net

    Username: Place your username in this box.

    SMTP Server (Outgoing) is: siscom.servletinc.net

    Check the Allow Authentication box.

4. Select Checking Mail.

5. Set Secure Sockets when Receiving to NEVER.

6. Select Sending Mail.

7. Set Secure Sockets when Sending to NEVER.

8. Click OK and restart Eudora.

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Mozilla Thunderbird



Please make sure to ENABLE outbound SMTP authentication on your mail client using the same username/password as you used with the incoming (POP) server settings.

1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird.

2. Click Account Settings on the Tools menu.

3. Click Add Account and select Email Account then click Next.

4. On the Identity window, type your Name and Email Address then click Next.

5. On the Server Information window, select POP and enter the following information:
    - Incoming Server: siscom.servletinc.net
    - Outgoing Server: siscom.servletinc.net

Remember to click the box marked “My outgoing server requires authentication” and to use the same login information as my pop3 login.

6. Check the Use Global Inbox (Store Mail In Local Folders) box and click Next.

7. On the User Names window, type your Username and click Next.

8. On the Account Name window, type Siscom POP3 and click Next.

9. When the Congratulations! window appears with a summary of your info., click Finish.

10. Restart Mozzilla Thunderbird.

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