Getting started with WordPerfect MAIL
If you want to use a different Reply to address, include a Bcc
address, or specify an SMTP server, click Advanced, and make
changes to any of the settings in the Advanced settings dialog box.
7 Type the e-mail address you want to use for this account or alias in
the E-mail address text box.
8 Type the server name in the Server box.
You can also set this account as your default e-mail account,
which is the e-mail address WordPerfect MAIL uses when you
create new messages. For more information, see “Creating e-mail
accounts and aliases” on page 263.
You can also add a signature to your outgoing messages. For
more information, see “Signatures” in the Help.
For more information about advanced settings, see “Creating e-
mail accounts and aliases” on page 263.
Setting up outgoing servers
SMTP is an e-mail protocol used to send messages across the Internet,
from an e-mail client to an e-mail server. You must specify the incoming
server (POP or IMAP) and the outgoing server (SMTP) when you set up
WordPerfect MAIL. Sometimes this server is different than the one you
use to receive messages — for example, when you receive messages
from a Web-based e-mail provider such as Yahoo!®. To send messages
from WordPerfect MAIL, you need to ensure that your outgoing SMTP
server settings are specified by your e-mail provider or ISP.
When you add an outgoing server that requires authentication by your
ISP, you need to provide a password so that your account can be verified
by the outgoing server when you send messages.
For more information about POP or IMAP e-mail accounts, see “Creating
e-mail accounts and aliases” on page 263.
For more information about SMTP servers, see “Outgoing server
authentication” in the Help. You can also contact your network
administrator or your ISP.