Hosted Email:Thunderbird Setup Linux

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1.Open Thunderbird and click on Account Settings under the Edit menu.

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2. First click on Outgoing Server at the bottom of the left column, then click the Add... button as shown below.

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3. Fill out the SMTP Server window as shown here. Use secure connection can be set to SSL or No depending on your preference. When finished click OK.
Note: If Use secure connection is set to No and you are having trouble sending try using the alternate port number of 587 instead of 25.

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4. Now click on Add Account..., in the lower left corner.

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5. The Account Wizard will now open. Select Email account and click Next.

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6. Fill out the Windows as shown below and hit Next.

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7. Select your preference for incoming mail server type and enter in the incoming server address then click Next.
Note: For maximum compatibility and additional features we strongly suggest selecting IMAP as the server type.

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8. Enter in your full email address for Incoming User Name and click Next.

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9. Enter in the name you would like this account to be called in Thunderbird. We suggest using your email address to keep things simple. Click Next when finished.

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10. Review the information on this page and make sure it is correct, then click the Finish button. You should be able to send and receive messages now.

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