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Basic Information

If your e-mail program is not listed here, or is slightly different than the directions below indicate, this information should help you set up your e-mail program for use with your graphtronics.net e-mail account.

Your Name = your real name, or whatever you want people to see in the "from" when you send them e-mail

Your e-mail address = your username @graphtronics.net (i.e. jdoe@graphtronics.net)

Your username = the same username you use to log on to the internet (all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net)

Incoming Mail (POP3) Server = pop3.graphtronics.net

Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server = smtp.graphtronics.net

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You may also send and receive your mail via the internet with our new WebMail service. To access your account, click on the link above for "check your e-mail". Click on the link for graphtronics.net. Use your standard username and password to access your e-mail.


Setting up Outlook Express

  1. Double click on the Outlook Express Icon on your desktop or where the icon is.
  2. Click on TOOLS from the pull down menu, and select ACCOUNTS.
  3. In the Internet Accounts Window, click on the ADD button and select MAIL
  4. In the Internet Connection Wizard, enter your Name, then click Next
  5. Enter your E-mail address, then click Next. (NOTE: Make sure that all information entered is in lower case.)
  6. Select POP3 as the mail server type. Enter pop3.graphtronics.net for the Incoming Mail address Field and smtp.graphtronics.net for the Outgoing Address Field. (NOTE: Make sure that all information entered is in lower case.) Click Next
  7. Enter your Username (note that this is all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net) and Password (case sensitive). If you do not want to enter your password every time you check your mail, make sure that the Remember Password box is checked. Click Next.
  8. You're Done! Click Finish
  9. In the Internet Accounts window, click Close.

To check your e-mail, click on the SEND and RECEIVE icon.


Setting up Outlook 97

  1. From the Outlook Tools menu, choose Services...
  2. Select the Services tab.
  3. If Internet Mail appears in the list of services:
    Highlight Internet Mail.
    Click the Properties button.
    Go to step 4.

    If Internet Mail does not appear:
    Click the Add... button.
    In the Add Service to Profile window, highlight Internet Mail.
    Click OK.
    Continue with step 4.
  4. In the Internet Mail window, select the General tab.
  5. Enter your e-mail address and full name under Personal Information.
  6. For "Internet Mail server", enter pop3.graphtronics.net.
  7. For Account name, enter your username (note that this is all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net).
  8. For Password, enter your e-mail password (also case-sensitive).
  9. Select the Connection tab.
  10. Under "Connecting to Internet Mail", choose "connect using the modem".
  11. For "Dial using the following connection", select Graphtronics for your connection.
  12. Click OK.
  13. If you have added the Internet Mail service, you will be prompted to restart Outlook. Click OK.
  14. Click OK to close the Services window.
  15. Quit and restart Outlook if necessary.


Setting up Outlook 2000

  1. Start your Outlook 2000 program.
  2. Click on TOOLS from the pull down menu, and select ACCOUNTS.
  3. In the Internet Accounts Window, click on the ADD button and select MAIL
  4. In the Internet Connection Wizard, enter your name, then click Next
  5. Enter your E-mail address (username@graphtronics.net), then click Next. (NOTE: Make sure that all information entered in this window is in lower case.)
  6. Select POP3 as the mail server type. Enter pop3.graphtronics.net for the Incoming Address Field and smtp.graphtronics.net for the Outgoing Address Field. (NOTE: Make sure that all information entered in this window is in lower case.) Click Next.
  7. Enter your Username (note that this is all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net) and Password (case sensitive). If you do not want to enter your password every time you check your mail, make sure that the Remember Password box is checked, shown above. Click Next.
  8. Choose how you connect to the Internet...
    a. If you are dialing up to the Internet through your Modem, select "Connect using my phone line".
    b. If you have a ISDN or other dedicated connection, select "Connect using my local area network (LAN)".
  9. If you connect to the Internet using a modem, then select "Use an existing dial-up connection" and select the connection you use to connect, usually "Graphtronics" Click Next.
  10. You're Done! Click Finish.
  11. In the Internet Accounts window, click Close.

To check your e-mail, click on the SEND and RECEIVE icon.


Setting up Netscape Communicator

Netscape 4.0 & 4.5 easy setup

  1. Click Edit
  2. Click on "Preferences"
  3. A new screen will open. Be sure it is on "Mail & Groups"
  4. Now Click on "Identity"
  5. In the fields to the right, type your name & your e-mail address (username@graphtronics.net - all lowercase).
  6. Now click on "Mail Server"
  7. You should see "Mail server user name" Type in your username (note that this is all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net).
  8. "Outgoing mail (SMTP) server" smtp.graphtronics.net (all lowercase)
  9. "Incoming mail server" pop3.graphtronics.net (all lowercase)
  10. Under "Mail Server Type" Be sure that POP3 is selected.
  11. Now Click OK & your mail setup is complete.


Setting up Eudora

  1. Click Tools & "Options"
  2. Now Click on "Getting Started" under Catagory.
  3. Place in your name under: Real Name
  4. Return address: This is where you type your e-mail address (username@graphtronics.net - all lowercase)
  5. Mail Server (Incoming) pop3.graphtronics.net (all lowercase)
  6. Login Name: this is where you place your username (note that this is all lowercase, DO NOT include @graphtronics.net).
  7. SMTP Server (Outgoing) smtp.graphtronics.net (all lowercase)
  8. Now Click OK & your Eudora mail setup is complete.


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