E-mailing has become the revolutionary step in how companies and organizations choose to keep their partners, friends and clients informed and up-to-date. Using e-mail solutions like GroupMail has certainly simplified the job and it is very user-friendly.
Here’s how the application can be configured, once installed on the userâ€™s machine.
Open and run Group Mail from your installed machine. Go to Tools > Account Manager
Click on the â€œNewâ€ button to start configuration. A window titled â€œAccount Propertiesâ€ as shown on the right region will appear.
Key in the information as shown below under the â€œUser Informationâ€ tab.
Name for Account: Any Name
Name: Your Name (appear in recipientâ€™s email)
Organization : –
Email Address : email@example.com (appear in the From Address)
Reply-to Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Navigate the tab to â€œDelivery Optionsâ€ and key in the information as shown below.
Delivery Options: Standard
SMTP Server: smtp.emailsrvr.com
Tick â€œRequire Authenticationâ€
Pause every 1 message for 30 seconds
Click on the â€œSetupâ€ button for Authentication Settings
Tick: Use SMTP Authentication (outbound)
Type: AUTH-LOGIN (Default)
Password: Your Password
Click on the â€œAdvancedâ€ button for Advanced Email Settings.
Key in the information as shown below:
SMTP Port: 587
POP3 Port: 110
Note: Do not tick “Server requires an SSL connection” | other settings remain default
Click on the â€œOKâ€ button on the Advanced Email Settings and start the email test by clicking â€œTestâ€ button.
Specify a Test Message To: email address:
Upon successful sending of the test email, the following screen will be visible stating the status as â€œSuccess!â€