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Secure Email Server - Client Configuration - Eudora POP for Windows

Secure Domain Email Customers: If your secure email account with us uses a domain name other than 4securemail.com, simply use your domain instead of 4securemail.com wherever it appears in the instructions or the examples given. If you have purchased your own IP address & certificate, you may substitute any reference of mail.4securemail.com with your mail host name, e.g. mail.yourdomain.com.

  1. Step 1: Go to Options
  2. Step 2: Getting Started Configuration
  3. Step 3: Checking Mail Configuration
  4. Step 4: Incoming Mail Configuration
  5. Step 5: Sending Mail Configuration
  6. Step 6: Check your Mail
  7. Manufacturer Technical Support

This document will help you configure your compatible Eudora email client to work with the 4Securemail secure email server.

Compatible Eudora versions: 5.2.1 and 6.0.2 or higher.

Click here for other secure email configurations, documentation, for other Operating Systems.

Step 1: Go to Options

Open Eudora. Select "Tools" and click on "Options."

Step 2: Getting Started Configuration

1. Select "Getting Started" from the left hand bar.
2. Enter your name (ie: Joe User) in the "Real name" field, if it is not there.
3. Enter your email address (ie: joeuser@4securemail.com) in the "Return address" field.
4. Enter mail.4securemail.com in the "Mail Server (Incoming)" field.
5. Enter your user name (ie: joeuser) in the "Login Name" field.
6. Enter mail.4securemail.com in the "SMTP Server (Outgoing)" field.
7. Make sure that "Allow authentication" is checked.

Your screen should look similar to the following:

Step 3: Checking Secure Email Configuration

1. Select "Checking Mail" from the left hand bar.
2. Verify that "mail.4securemail.com" is in the "Mail Server" text box.
3. Verify that your user name is in the "Login Name" text box.
4. Verify that "Required, Alternate Port" is selected in the "Secure Sockets when Receiving" section.

Your screen should look similar to the following:

Step 4: Incoming Secure Email Configuration

1. Select "Incoming Mail" from the left hand bar.
2. Make sure "POP" is selected for "Server configuration."
3. It is recommended that you do not select "Leave mail on server" option, as this will allow your secure email server storage allotment to go further.
4. Make sure the "Passwords" option is selected for "Authentication style."

Your screen should look similar to this:

Step 5: Sending Secure Email Configuration

1. Select "Sending Mail" from the left hand bar.
2. Enter your email address (ie: joeuser@4securemail.com) in the "Return address" field if it is not there.
3. Enter mail.4securemail.com in the "SMTP server" field if it is not there.
4. In the drop down list for "Secure Sockets when Sending" make sure "Required, Alternate Port" is selected.

Your screen should look similar to this:

Step 6: Check your Mail

Click "Ok." You should now be able to send and receive mail.

Manufacturer Technical Support:

For technical support from Eudora, please visit http://www.eudora.com/techsupport/.


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