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Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To configure a POP email account with SSL, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.

Then click Next.

Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click Next again.

Enter your incoming POP3 server address here, then click Next.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click Next.

Enter your outgoing server address here, then click Next.

Ensure the Network or Broadband option is selected, then click Next.

Click Finish.

Now click the Receiving (POP3) tab here.

Select the POP3 host we just setup, then click Edit.

Now click the Security tab.

Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the incoming server.

Then click Change so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.

Click the General tab.

Note that the port number has been updated to 995, the standard port number for SSL.

Click OK.

Next click the Sending (SMTP) tab here.

Select the SMTP host we just setup, then click Edit.

Now click the Security tab.

Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your POP3 username and password.

Then click this Select button.

Choose your POP3 definition (the one you just setup), then click Select.

Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the outgoing server.

Then click Change so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.

Click the General tab.

Click OK.

Note that the port number has been updated to 465, the standard port number for SMTP SSL.

Click OK again.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail.

How to delete an email account in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to delete an email account in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To delete or remove an email account from Pegasus Mail, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

Select the Receiving (POP3) tab.

Select the account we want to delete, then click Remove.

Next select the Sending (SMTP) tab.

Select the SMTP host we want to delete, then click Remove.

When finished, click OK.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to remove an email account from Pegasus Mail.

That’s all there is to it!

Remember that removing an email account here does not delete the account from your hosting account… it simply means you can no longer use the account with Pegasus Mail.

You can always re-configure your email account in Pegasus Mail again, as long as it still exists in your hosting account.

How to change your email password in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to change your email password in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

From time to time you may have to change your email account’s password in your hosting account.

When you do, you’ll also have to change it here in Pegasus Mail so that you continue to be able to send and receive email.

To change your email password, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

Select the Receiving (POP3) tab.

Ensure the account we want to change the password for is selected, then click Edit.

This is where you change your account’s password.

When finished, click OK.

Click OK again.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to change your email password in Pegasus Mail.

How to setup your email signature in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to setup your email signature in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To setup a signature, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Options.

Click Signatures here.

Then click the Edit Signatures button.

Type the signature you want in this box.

Then click the Save button.

Click the Rename button.

Give your signature a name, then click OK.

Then click here to automatically add your signature to each message you write.

When finished, click OK.

That’s it! Our signature has been setup.

Now when you go to write an email, your signature will automatically be in your message, as shown here.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to setup an email signature in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring custom ports in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring custom ports in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To configure custom ports for your email account, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

Click the Receiving (POP3) tab here.

Select the POP3 host we already have setup, then click Edit.

This is where you change your incoming port number.

Click OK when finished making changes.

Next click the Sending (SMTP) tab here.

Select your SMTP host then click Edit.

Now let’s change our outgoing SMTP server port number.

Click OK when finished.

Click OK again.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure custom ports in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring an IMAP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring an IMAP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To configure an IMAP email account with SSL, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.

Then click Next.

Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click Next again.

This screen is asking for your POP3 server address, but we’re setting up an IMAP account… so just leave this box blank and click Next.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click Next.

Enter your outgoing server address here, then click Next.

Ensure the Network or Broadband option is selected, then click Next.

Click Finish.

Now click the Sending (SMTP) tab here.

Ensure the SMTP address we just setup is selected, then click the Edit button.

Click the Security tab.

Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your username and password.

Then click this Select button.

Choose your POP3 definition (even though we’re configuring this email account for IMAP), then click Select.

Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the outgoing server.

Then click Change so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.

Click the General tab.

Click OK.

Note that the port number has been updated to 465, the standard port number for SMTP SSL.

Click OK again.

We now have to setup our IMAP profile. Click the Tools tab.

Then click IMAP Profiles.

Click New.

Enter a name for the IMAP connection.

The enter your IMAP server address here.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click the Settings tab.

Check the following options to set the IMAP inbox as the default.

When finished, click the Security tab.

Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the incoming IMAP server.

Then click Change so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.

Click the Connection tab.

Note that the port number has been updated to 993, the standard port number for IMAP SSL.

Click OK.

Then click Done.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure an IMAP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring an IMAP email account in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring an IMAP email account in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To configure an IMAP email account, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.

Then click Next.

Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click Next again.

This screen is asking for your POP3 server address, but we’re setting up an IMAP account… so just leave this box blank and click Next.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click Next.

Enter your outgoing server address here, then click Next.

Ensure the Network or Broadband option is selected, then click Next.

Click Finish.

Now click the Sending (SMTP) tab here.

Ensure the SMTP address we just setup is selected, then click the Edit button.

Click the Security tab.

Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your username and password.

Then click this Select button.

Choose your POP3 definition (even though we’re configuring this email account for IMAP), then click Select.

Then click OK.

Click OK again.

We now have to setup our IMAP profile. Click the Tools tab.

Then click IMAP Profiles.

Click New.

Enter a name for the IMAP connection.

The enter your IMAP server address here.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click the Settings tab.

Check the following options to set the IMAP inbox as the default.

When finished, click OK.

Then click Done.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure an IMAP email account in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring a POP email account in Pegasus Mail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring a POP email account in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.

To configure a POP email account, first click the Tools tab.

Then click Internet Options.

The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.

Then click Next.

Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click Next again.

Enter your incoming POP3 server address here, then click Next.

Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

Then click Next.

Enter your outgoing server address here, then click Next.

Ensure the Network or Broadband option is selected, then click Next.

Click Finish.

Now click the Sending (SMTP) tab here.

Ensure the SMTP address we just setup is selected, then click the Edit button.

Click the Security tab.

Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your POP3 username and password.

Then click this Select button.

Choose your POP3 definition (the one you just setup), then click Select.

Then click OK.

Click OK again.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account in Pegasus Mail.