- Basic E-mail Settings
- Outlook Express Configuration
- Working Offline with Outlook Express
- How do I set up a Vacation Message?
- How to set up NineStar E-mail in Outlook
Incoming Mail Server (POP): pop.myninestar.net
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP): smtp.myninestar.net
email address: email@example.com
To configure Outlook Express to read Internet mail, follow these steps:
- In Outlook Express, click Accounts on the Tools menu.
- In the Internet Accounts dialog box, click Add, and then click Mail.
- In the Display Name box, type the name you want others to see when you send a message, and then click Next.
- In the E-mail Address box, type the e-mail address for the account you are using (firstname.lastname@example.org), and then click Next.
- Under E-mail Server Names, select the appropriate incoming mail server type (POP3), and then type the names of your incoming and outgoing mail servers. Click Next. (Incoming mail server is pop.myninestar.net Outgoing mail server is smtp.myninestar.net)
- Type your POP account name and password in the POP Account Name and Password boxes. Click Next.
- In the Internet Mail Account Name box, type a name to identify the mail account you are configuring. (myninestar mail) This is known as the “friendly” name for the account. Click Next.
- Click the connection type that you use to connect to the Internet, and then click Next. If you click “Use my phone line to connect,” you are prompted to either create a new Dial-Up Networking connection or use an existing one. If Dial-Up Networking has been configured for your ISP, click “Use an existing dial-up connection,” click the name for your Dial-Up Networking connection in the list, and then click Next. If you click “Connect using my local area network (LAN)” or “I will establish my Internet connection manually,” you are not prompted for any additional settings.
- Click Finish
How to Work Offline with Outlook Express
To configure Outlook Express to work offline, Dial-Up Networking must be installed and you must have Outlook Express configured for a mail or news account that uses a Dial-Up Networking connection to connect to your Internet service provider (ISP). To configure Outlook Express to work offline, follow these steps:
- On the Tools menu, click Options.
- Click the Dial-Up tab.
- Under When Outlook Express Starts, click Do Not Dial A Connection.
- Click the “Hang up when finished sending, receiving, or downloading” check box to select it.
- Click OK.
The Dial-Up tab contains the following options:
Do Not Dial a Connection:
This prevents Outlook Express from trying to connect when it is started. This option is best for working offline with mail and news connections configured to connect with a specific Dial-Up Networking connection.
Dial This Connection:
You can select the default connection Outlook Express dials when it is started.
You are not prompted for a connection to use. You receive a password prompt if you have not enabled the Save Password option in the Dial-Up Networking connection.
Ask Me If I Would Like to Dial a Connection:
Outlook Express prompts you to connect each time it is started. You can select which Dial-Up Networking connection to use, or choose not to have Outlook Express try to connect.
Warn Me Before Switching Dial Up Connections:
This causes Outlook Express to prompt you when it changes from one Dial-Up
Networking connection to another when you check mail or news for multiple accounts configured to connect with different Dial-Up Networking connections.
Hang Up When Finished Sending, Receiving, or Downloading:
This option causes Outlook Express to hang up the Dial-Up Networking connection when Outlook Express has finished downloading or uploading mail and newsgroup postings. This option is best when you use multiple mail and news accounts, or when you need to keep phone usage to a minimum.
NineStar Connect provides you with the ability to set your email account to
auto-respond with a vacation message. It is very easy to setup, just
follow the instructions below.
- Send an email to email@example.com, the subject and body should contain the subject and body you want the auto-responder to send back.
- Wait for a confirmation email, once it arrives send a reply to it like it asks.
- That’s all you have to do.
Removing the vacation message is as simple as setting it up, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject of Remove and an empty body.
If you have any questions, just email email@example.com