The most commonly used e-mail programs are Microsoft's Outlook and Outlook Express. While there are other e-mail programs available, the required configuration data is the same or very similar.
Click here to view a document which describes the steps required to configure e-mail applications. You may want to print a copy of this document for reference.
Following is the configuration information you will need to send e-mail and to access your e-mail box on Net-By-Design's mail server:
User Name: your full e-mail address in lower case (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Password: your assigned password in lower case
POP3 Server (receiving mail server): mail2.net-by-design.com
SMTP Server (sending mail server): most commonly used is the mail server of your Internet Service Provider. For example, smtp-server.nc.rr.com is the mail server for Time Warner's RoadRunner Service. NOTE: You can use mail2.net-by-design.com in most cases as well. However, two things need to happen: 1: Be certain to check the box that says "my outgoing server requires authentication" and use the same login information as your incoming, and 2: You may need to change the advanced setting for the SMTP port from 25 to 587.