From the Menu bar, select EDIT and then PREFERENCES.
A window should open similar to the following image. This section is where you set your Netscape Preferences.
|Incoming Mail Details|
Once you have clicked onto IDENTITY on the left-hand side, you can start entering your personla information.
| ||Your name: ||Enter your name as you want it to appear besides your outgoing email maessages|
| ||Email address: ||Enter your email address exactly as shown on your Nornet registration letter|
| ||Reply-to address: ||Enter your email address in here as well|
| ||Organisation: ||Enter your business name for example|
| ||Signature File: ||Enter a signature file if you wish|
|Outgoing Mail Details|
2. Click onto MAIL SERVERS from the left-hand column. The right-hand side of the window will change to be similar to the following.
This section is where you configure Netscape to look for Nornet's mail server.
Firstly, click onto the ADD button in the top right-hand corner. This will allow you to add an INCOMING Mail Server. A small window, similar to the following will appear.
Enter the following details
| ||Server Name: ||mail.nor.com.au|
| ||Server Type: ||POP3 Server|
| ||User Name: ||Enter your Nornet username exactly as shown on your Nornet registration letter|
Place a TICK into Remeber password if you do not want to type your password in every time you check for mail.
Click the OK button to return to the previous screen/image.
From here, you can enter your details for the Outgoing Mail Server
| ||Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: ||mail.nor.com.au|
| ||Outgoing mail server user name: ||Enter your Nornet username exactly as shown on your Nornet registration letter|
Under the Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) or TLS for outgoing messages, place a DOT into Never
|These are all the preferences you need to setup Netscape Mail. Click the OK to close the Netscape preferences window.|
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