• Start Mozilla Thunderbird, go to the Tools menu and select Account Settings.
  • Select Email account, and click Next.
  • Enter your name and e-mail address.
  • Select POP3 or IMAP as the type of incoming server you are using. Your incoming server is for both POP/IMAP. Click Next.
  • Enter your e-mail address for the Incoming User Name, and or emailuser* (should be replaced with the actual user assigned to the actual domain name) for the Outgoing User Name. Click Next.
  • Enter a name for your email account and click Next.
  • Carefully verify your account information and click Finish.
  • In the Account Settings window, select Outgoing Server (SMTP) listed at the bottom of the Settings Frame, below all created email accounts.
  • Click the "Edit" At the SMTP Server screen, complete the fields so that they appear as described below:
    Server Name:
    Port: 26
    Use name and password: check the box (this refers as "My Outgoing Server requires Authentication" in Outlook)
    Username: or username*
    Use secure connection: leave as default
  • Click Ok.
  • Go back to the Server Settings area for the particular email account you just created.
  • Click on the Outgoing SMTP Server drop-down menu and select the Server you have just added in steps 8,9,10.
  • Click Ok.
  • Your email account is now set up.
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