Setting Up Eudora 6.2
Click on the Tools Menu and choose Personalities. Alternatively,
you can also click on the Personalities Tab on the bottom of the sidebar
if it's visible.
Right Click in the Personalities Box and choose New...
Click the Next button to select the default (Create a brand new email
Type in a name to identify this account with. This will help you keep track of
your email accounts especially if you have more than one on your domain.
Type in your name or whatever you wish to have displayed in the From field
when the recipient recieves your email.
Type in your email address, which consists of your email ID and your domain name.
For example, if you are using somebody for an email ID and mydomain.com
for your domain name, your email address would be: firstname.lastname@example.org
Type in your login ID, which is exactly the same as your email address. Substitute
your_name with your actual email account username and yourdomain.com
with your actual domain name.
Type in your incoming mail server address. This is always mail. and your
domain name. Be sure that POP is also selected (this is default).
Type in the outgoing mail server address. This is exactly the same as your POP
(incoming) server address. Leave Allow authentication checked by default.
After clicking the Next button, you can then click the Finish button
and your account is set up.
To send/recieve mail, you can Right Click on your new email account and
choose Check Mail or Send Queued Messages if available.
To send new mail from your new account, first click on the Create New Email
icon (1), then click on the From: drop down box (2), and finally choose
your new email account ID (3).
When you first check for email or send email for the first time on your new
account, you'll be prompted for your password. After that, Eudora will remember
these passwords so you don't have to retype them again. If you go to check your
new email account for the first time, you will not need to enter your password
to send mail after that.
Having Trouble Sending Email?
If you are having troubles sending Email, it may be due to your ISP locking the
SMTP port to use only their server. You can try using Active Web Hosting's
alternate SMTP port 587. If that doesn't work, you will have to use your
ISP's SMTP server and log in with your ISP username and password for SMTP
or sending mail only. You will need to contact your ISP for further instructions
on setting up your email client to use their SMTP port.
To set up Eudora to use a different SMTP port for your Active Web Hosting account,
you will need to edit the C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora\eudora.ini
file in Windows Notepad or a plain text editor. Look for your account which would
go under a header similar to [Persona - Your Name]. It will usually have
POPAccountemail@example.com for example. Go to the bottom of the
list in that category and add this line: SMTPPort=587 and press ENTER.
Save this file. Note that there is no menu item or other way to change the port
for any account in Eudora's menus. This is the only way to edit the port number
with this version of Eudora.