Where do i find the Incoming/outgoing e-mail server types/names?


Y

YouArmyWife

I have no idea what any of this is about, all very confusing and frustrating.
Im trying to send an email to the school from a site i have to send it from.
And it says to set it up but i dont know what the incoming e-mail server type
is. And dont know what IMAP or POP3 is and what goes in there for the
incoming mail server. As well as the outgoing e-mail server name (SMTP) I'm
so clueless and usually confused when it comes to technical stuff on
cumputers.... i really need that email sent....help!!
 
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D

Dave

When you click on an email link on a webpage, Vista will open the email
program that has been assigned to be the default program for "mailto:"
links.

This is normally Windows Mail on a Vista computer.

How do you normally send email?
 
G

Gary VanderMolen

How did you normally send email before? When did it start acting up
like this? In other words, we need to know what you have changed on
your end.

Who provides your email service? Or to ask that question another way,
what is the part of your email address after the @ symbol?
If you currently don't have an email address, we can help with that also.
 
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krista

YouArmyWife said:
I have no idea what any of this is about, all very confusing and
frustrating.
Im trying to send an email to the school from a site i have to send it
from.
And it says to set it up but i dont know what the incoming e-mail server
type
is. And dont know what IMAP or POP3 is and what goes in there for the
incoming mail server. As well as the outgoing e-mail server name (SMTP)
I'm
so clueless and usually confused when it comes to technical stuff on
cumputers.... i really need that email sent....help!!
 

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