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Thunderbird Configuration Help

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Welcome to ShazzleMail. The following will provide you with the settings need to complete the configuration for using ShazzleMail on your PC if you are using Thunderbird as your email client. Settings are the same if you are using another Windows email client.

Step 1: Enter your name, your ShazzleMail email account address (username@shazzlemail.com) and your ShazzleMail account password.

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Step 2: From the drop down, select POP3

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Step 3: For both the Incoming and Outgoing Servers, enter localhost (no spaces between local and host)

Step 4: Enter POP3 port and SMTP port. Log into to ShazzleMail Connect. From the ShazzleMail Connect home page, right hand side, find the POP and SMTP ports. Go back to Thunderbird, select the port numbers you found in ShazzleMail Connect from the drop down selections.

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Step 5: For SSL, select None

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Step 6: For Authentication, select Normal Password

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Step 7: Check settings and select Done

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