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Need one for dummies Jul 4, 2013

I'm afraid the steps are too complicated for me. I just want to set up an email and be able to use it, but find the instructions too hard to follow.

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Lucia Leszinsky
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Instructions to set up an e-mail account with ProZ.com hosting Jul 4, 2013

Dear neilmac,

To set up an e-mail account, follow these steps:

1. Visit http://www.proz.com/?sp=host/info
2. Click on "[Control panel]" and log in to your control panel.
3. Once in your control panel, click on "Email Accounts".
4. To create an account, just enter the email address name you want to use (it will be automatically followed by your domain name), enter a password (twice) and click on "Create account".

Once you have created your account, go back to http://www.proz.com/?sp=host/info and follow these steps:

1. Click on "[Webmail]" and log in using the email address and the password you set up.
2. Select one web-based email program to read your e-mail (NeoMail, Horde or SquirrelMail).

Try sending a test e-mail message to yourself (i.e. to your recently created e-mail account) from a different e-mail account after creating the new e-mail address to see how incoming messages look like depending on the web-based email program you select to read your e-mail.

Hope this helps.

Lucia


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