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Sending email via SMTPS

In order to provide additional security when you use email, we intend to enable a feature called “secure SMTP“ from Tuesday, 10 October 2006. Most people will not notice any difference. However, for people who use Eudora versions 4, 5 or 6 for Windows, it is likely that you will need to make one or two changes to your Eudora options, which are described below.
There may also be corresponding issues with one or two other e-mail or antivirus programs or mail servers.

How to set up your GreenNet email on an Android phone

These instructions are for when you want to check your GreenNet account on an Android-based smartphone or device such as a Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia, HTC One, Fairphone FP1U, Google Nexus, Motorola phone, Asus Eee or LG Pad.  This applies to the standard built-in email client, rather than any additional app you might have installed like K9mail.

Set up GreenNet email account in MS Outlook 2007, 2010, & 2013

Step-by-step instructions on how to set up your GreenNet email account in MS Outlook 2007, 2010, or 2013

Set up GreenNet account in Mac Mail

Setting up your GreenNet email account in Mac Mail is easy if you have the right information. You will need to look through the details we sent you for your username and password, but the rest of the information is provided below. Once you have it, you are ready to set up Mac Mail.

How to Enable SMTP Authentication for Macintosh OS X Mail

This document explains how to enable SMTP Authentication for the Macintosh OS X MAIL email client.
Enabling SMTP authentication

1. Open MAIL.

2. From the MAIL menu, select Preferences. Select the Accounts icon and click on your email account under the Description heading. Click on the Edit button on the right. The Account Information appears.

3. In the Outgoing Mail Server section, click on the double arrows and select Add Server.. from the menu. The SMTP Server Options box appears.

4. In the Outgoing Mail Server box, enter smtp.gn.apc.org

5.

Turn Thunderbird into the Ultimate GreenNet IMAP Client

GreenNet has been supporting IMAP for several years and many GreenNet members have have taken to the new email protocol. IMAP allows you to synchronise email folders across multiple devices and computers, and with SquirrelMail webmail.

Set up GreenNet account in Thunderbird

Setting up Thunderbird is easy if you have the right information. Mozilla Thunderbird gives you flexible control over how you manage email. You can have multiple mail accounts and identities. This article helps you with account and identities management. Also see Turn Thunderbird into the Ultimate GreenNet IMAP Client for further instructions on how to customise IMAP.

Understanding file sizes

Every file on a computer uses a certain amount of resources when sent over the internet or stored.  Keeping mind of your kilobytes (kB) and megabytes (MB) can prevent problems and produce a smoother online experience.  This GreenNet guide is here to help you tell the whales from the minnows.

Greylisting and email error 450

GreenNet uses an effective anti-spam method called greylisting. Occasionally it may cause delays or even bounces emailing someone at GreenNet. However, in most cases this should be resolved at the sending server.

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