Use TheBat! as the email client
software to receive and send your email messages.
1) launch The Bat! .For the first time, The "Create New User
Account"appears and you will be prompted for a working directory. Enter a
name (here take test for example)for the account you want create and
specify the home directory for this account.If you choose <default>
as the home directory, The Bat! creates a sub-directory in the working
directory with the same name as the account. After you have entered a new
account name and the home directory has been selected, click Next:
2) You will need to supply the following items in the panels of the New
Your Name - Enter your name as you would like it to
appear in the From field of all of your outgoing messages from this e-mail
account, indicating to your recipients who the mail is from.
Address - Enter the e-mail address that has been assigned to you by your
Internet Service Provider or your organisation's e-mail administrator.
This is the address that other people will use to send you e-mail. E-mail
addresses are generally of the form username@domainname, and
email@example.com is an example.
Organisation - The name of
the organisation which you represent (if any). This information about the
name of your organisation is placed in the header of all of the messages
you write. If you do not want to identify your organisation, leave this
3) SMTP Server - To send messages in The Bat!, you must have access to a
computer running an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server. Your
outgoing messages are sent to the SMTP server, which delivers them to your
recipients. The address may be represented as a traditional Internet host
name (e.g.: yourdomain.com) or as an IP numeric address (e.g.
POP3 Server - All of your incoming e-mail messages are delivered to
your incoming e-mail account, which resides on a computer that runs your
incoming e-mail server. Once your messages arrive at your mail account,
The Bat! picks them up and transfers them to your PC. Your incoming e-mail
server must use one of the two main Internet-mail communications protocols
POP (Post Office Protocol) or IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol). In
the edit box, type the full host name (or IP numeric address, e.g.
126.96.36.199) of the computer that runs your incoming e-mail server:
yourdomain.com is an example:
4) Username - Enter the name that you will use to log in to this e-mail
account. This name is provided by your Internet Service Provider or your
organisation' s e-mail administrator, and it usually consists of the text
that appears before the at sign (@) in your return e-mail address. In the
example firstname.lastname@example.org, the login name is test.
Password - Enter the password you use to access your mail server. You
may leave this field blank - in this case you will be prompted to enter
the password each time you try to retrieve mail. The users of Ritlabs
AuthenticBat! or Ritlabs SecureBat! can use hardware authentication based
on a security token.
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6) To change the settings of your e-mail account, Open the Account
Properties dialogue. It is available from the "Account | Properties" menu
option and applies to the account which is currently selected in the
folder tree of the main window:
7) In the account proterties window, click "General" icon to change your
8) click "Transprot" icon to change your pop and smtp settings, In the
"Send mail" field, perform SMTP authentication:
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