Thursday, October 24, 2013

Setting Up A Windows Live Account

Have you tried the exciting new Windows Live Mail? It is the latest version of Microsoft’s email client application. You can download the application easily from the Microsoft site. Although, it is usually provided within Windows 7, you can also download Windows Essentials by clicking on the Download Now button. Save the file and keep it stored in memory.rum, the installation file. Now run the downloaded file, and then start the installation process. Remember that Windows Live mail is part of a suite of applications from Windows Essentials.
Speed the installation process up; choose programs that need to be added along with Windows Live Mail. Close the web browsers, and click on Install.

How to Set up Windows Live mail?
  • Click on the Start button and select All Programs in the pop-up menu. Select Windows Live, then Windows Live Mail, to launch the application.
  • If you are opening the application for the first time, a mail setup wizard will appear. Else, just click the Accounts tab, and then the Email button.
  • In the Email address field type in your OlympusNet email address, and fill in your password in the Password Field.
  • Check on the Remember this password box.
  • Enter your name as you would like others to see it, in the Display Name field.
  • In the check box labeled Manually configure server settings for e-mail account, place a checkmark, then click Next.
  • In the field labeled as My incoming mail server is a POP3 server, confirm the option is POP3. If you are an advanced user, you may use IMAP as the server.
  • In the Incoming server field, type in If you have an email in your own domain, then type in the format in the Incoming Server field.
  • Check the This server requires a secure connection (SSL) checkbox.
  • Ensure that you select Log on using Cleat text authentication.
  • Type your email address in the Login ID field. The application will automatically enter the username and all you have to add is in the field.
  • Now fill up the Outgoing Server field as Type in the Outgoing Server field, if you have an email in your domain.
  • Check This server requires a secure connection and click Next. Click Finish to complete the process.
If you have issues during setup, contact the Windows Live support team. Windows Live support will provide solutions to your issues at any time any day. So, interact with everyone using Windows Live Mail.

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