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Setting Up E-Mail Programs with eVetSites email

If you are using the eVetsites email service for your business email accounts, you can check your email online using https://checkmymail.net.  In addition, you can also use email applications like Outlook and even Gmail to check and send your email. 

While each email client setup process is going to be slightly different, the information below applies to any email client. You’ll find specific instructions for popular clients at the bottom of this article.


Obtain the settings for your email account

What type of incoming mail server - POP3

Name of incoming server - checkmymail.net

Port settings if required - 110

Name of outgoing server - smtpout.evetsites.net

Port settings (if required) - 2525

Username - This is the email you created using the eVetSites ie test@myclinic.com 

Password - you should have this and if not, please contact us

     

    Here are a few of the most popular clients:

    Outlook     Gmail    Mac OS (desktop)   Yahoo    Windows Live   Thunderbird   

     

    Outlook

    Launch Outlook

    Select “Tools” from the Menu bar.

    Select "Accounts Settings” from the Tools menu. The Accounts Settings window will appear.

    Under the Email tab, select “New.” The “Add New E-mail Account” window appears.

    Choose a server type. Select "POP".  Click “Next.”

    Enter e-mail settings. Fill in:

    Your Name – use your full name and use title case (e.g. Jane Doe) as this is how your name will appear when others receive your email

    Email Address

    Password  Outlook will attempt to auto detect your email server settings.

    If Outlook is unable to detect your email server settings select “Account Type”  “POP3”

    Incoming mail server checkmymail.net

    Outgoing mail server smtpout.evetsites.net

    Enter your “User Name” the email you created using the eVetSites ie test@myclinic.com

    Enter your “Password”  

    Check the box next to “Remember password”

    Test account settings to make sure your address and settings are working properly. (Note: You must be connected to the Internet to perform this test.) Click the “Test Account Settings.” You may need to adjust some of your settings. To do so, click “More Settings.” After settings are correct, click “Next.”

     

    Gmail

    Open your Gmail account.

    At the top right, click the gear 

    Select Settings.

    Select the Accounts and Import tab.

    In the "Check mail from other accounts (using POP3)" section, click Add a POP3 mail account you own.

    Enter your full email address, then click Next Step.

    Enter your password.

    Now you have a few options to choose from. Here’s our recommended settings:

    Leave a copy of retrieved messages on the server - Check the box. Otherwise the emails in your other account will be deleted and you’ll only be able to access them in Gmail. Learn more.

    Select unsecured connection sending mail

    Label incoming messages - Check the box if you’d like to easily see which emails in your inbox came from this account.

    Archive incoming messages - Don’t check. Only check if you don’t want to see new messages from the other account in your inbox.

    Click Add Account. If you get an error message while getting set up, click the Show error details link to find out more about what’s not working.

    Once your account has been added successfully, you'll be asked if you want to be able to send mail as this address. This lets you compose messages in Gmail, but have them appear to be sent from your other email account.

    Gmail will check your other account for new emails periodically. You can see when the other account was last checked from the "Accounts and Import" tab.

     

    Mac OS X Mail

    In Mac Mail, go to the Mail menu and click on Preferences.

    Click the Accounts icon in the Mail Preferences window.

    Click + to create a new account.

    Select POP from the drop down menu.

    Enter your email information: 

    From the Outgoing Mail Server dropdown select Add Server and type in smtpout.evetsites.net

    Yahoo Mail

    Currently Yahoo only supports the following email address (Gmail, Outlook and AOL) for Free.

    If you would like to use your Yahoo mail, you will need to purchase an ad free mailbox.  Instructions can be found here.

     

    Windows Live

    Open Windows Live Mail by selecting the Start button 

    In the search box, enter Mail, and then, in the list of results, select Windows Live Mail.

    In the lower-left corner, select Mail.

    Select the Accounts tab, and then select Email.

    Type your email address, password, and display name, and then select Next.

    Follow any additional steps, and then select Next.

    Select Add another email account if you want to add more accounts, or select Finish to start using Windows Live Mail. 

     

    Thunderbird

    Click on the Tools menu, choose Accounts Settings, and click Add Account.

    Under Description, type in your email address

    Under Server Name, type in checkmymail.net for incoming and smtpout.evetsites.net for outgoing

    Ports should be 110 for incoming 2525 for outgoing

    For SSL select Autodetect

    For Authentication select Normal password

    Username should be your entire email address

    If you get an error saying “checkmymail.net does not use encryption", click “I understand the risks” and then click Done.

    As always, if you have any questions please reach out to us and we will be happy to assist!

     

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