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Before we begin, please make sure you have the following information handy:

Ready? Ok! launch Airmail

  • If this is your first time launching Airmail, an Add Account dialog will appear (Or, if you are adding a new account to Airmail, click the "+" from the Preferences)
  • Fill in your NameEmail and Password fields
  • Click "Add" to proceed

 


In the expanded Add Account dialog, fill in your account details:

  • Choose the proper Service (either POP or IMAP are applicable here)
  • For Username: enter your full email address again
  • Choose the proper Type: (either POP or IMAP are applicable here)
  • Enter your Incoming server. You have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future.
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Select the Incoming server Port to Auto and SSL
  • Enter your Sending server. As with the Incoming server, you have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Select the Sending server Port to 465 and SSL
  • Click "Add" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

 

That's it! You're done. Airmail for Mac is now set up and using SSL to keep your email safe and secure.


For more information, check out the official Airmail support article: Airmail Manual: User


Before we begin, please make sure you have the following information handy:

Ready? Ok!

Open Mail

  • If this is your first time launching Mail, a Welcome to Mail dialog will appear (Or, if you are adding a new account to Mail, choose Add Account from the File menu)
  • Fill in your Full Name, Email address and Password fields
  • Click "Continue" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

Mac Mail, Welcome to Mail dialog 


You may have a Verify Certificate dialog pop up. For now, just click Connect and we'll fix that in the next step.

Mac Mail, Verify Certificate dialog


  • In the Incoming Mail Server dialog, choose the proper Account Type (either POP or IMAP are applicable here)
  • Optional: Give your account a useful description. This can be anything you want to help refer to this account
  • Enter your Incoming Mail Server. You have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Enter your User Name and Password
  • Click "Continue" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

Mac Mail, Incoming Mail Server dialog


  • Optional: Give your Outgoing Mail Server a useful description.This can be anything you want to help refer to this server
  • Enter the Outgoing Mail Server. As with the Incoming Mail Server, you have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Select Use Authentication and enter your User Name and Password
  • Click "Continue" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

Mac Mail, Outgoing Mail Server dialog


  • Verify your settings in the Account Summary.
  • Check Take account online.
  • Click Create to complete the process.

Mac Mail, Account Summary dialog


That's it! You're done. Notice that Mac Mail has enabled SSL by default, helping to keep your email safe and secure.


For more information, check out the official Apple support article: Configuring Mail for your email account


Before we begin, please make sure you have the following information handy:

Ready? Ok! launch Outlook, then select Tools > Accounts... from the menu bar:


In the Accounts dialog, click the icon beside E-mail Account:


  • In the Enter your account informtion dialog, enter your email address and password
  • For User Name: enter your full email address again
  • Choose the proper Type: (either POP or IMAP are applicable here)
  • Enter your Incoming server. You have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Select the option to Use SSL to connect
  • Enter your Outgoing server. As with the Incoming server, you have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Select the option to Override default port and set it to 465
  • Select the option to Use SSL to connect
  • Click "Add Account" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!


You may be prompted that "Microsoft Outlook wants to use your confidential information..." This is expected, and you can select Always Allow.


We have one last setting to configure before we're done. Click the More Options... button, and then set Authentication: to Use Incoming Server Info.

 

That's it! You're done. Oulook for Mac is now set up and using SSL to keep your email safe and secure.


For more information, check out the official Microsoft support article: Add an email account to Outlook for Mac 2011


Note: There are dozens, if not hundreds of variations of Android devices and OS versions in use today. This tutorial will cover setting up an email account on a Galaxy S4 Mini with 4.2 Jelly Bean. 


 

Before we begin, please make sure you have the following information handy:

  • Email address (if you'd like to create a new email address, see: Adding Email Accounts
  • The email account password

Ready? Ok!

Tap Apps, then tap Settings

  


Tap Add Account, then tap Email:

 


  • In the Add email account screen, tap IMAP account button
  • Enter your email address and password in the Set up email screen
  • Click "Next" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

 


  • In the Incoming server settings page make sure Email address and Username fields both contain your full email address
  • Enter your IMAP Server. You have a choice here:
    • imap.fused.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • Set Security type to SSL
  • Set Port to 993
  • Click "Next" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!


 

  • In the Outgoinging server settings page, enter your SMTP Server. You have a choice here:
    • smtp.fused.comEasiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • Set Security type to SSL
  • Set Port to 465
  • Ensure Require sign-in is checked
  • Set User name to your full email address
  • Set Password to your password
  • Click "Next" to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!


  • Verify the Account options are set as you would like them.
  • Click "Next" to proceed

That's it! You're done. Email on Android is now set up and using SSL to keep your email safe and secure.


For more information, check out the official Samsung support article: Setting Up Email - Personal and Corporate


 

 Before we begin, please make sure you have the following information handy:

Ready? Ok! launch Outlook, then select Tools > Account Settings... from the menu bar:


Click the Account Actions dropdown and select Add Mail Account...

  • Fill out the Your name, Email address and Password fields with your details.
  • Click Continue to proceed

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!


 

Thunderbird will attempt to configure the server details automatically. However, the settings may not be exactly as we want them. Click the Manual config button so can verify the server details.


 For the Incoming: row of settings:

  • Set Server hostname - You have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Set Port to 993
  • Set SSL to SSL/TLS
  • Set Authentication to Autodetect

For the Outgoing: row of settings:

  • Set Server hostname - As with the Incoming server, you have a choice here:
    • mail.yourdomain.com - Easiest to remember, but can cause pesky security certificate warnings in the future
    • s#.fused.com - Harder to remember, but bulletproof. Replace # with your actual server number
  • Set Port to 465
  • Set SSL to SSL/TLS
  • Set Authentication to Autodetect
  • Click Re-test to proceed.

NOTE: use your own information here, not the sample details shown!

 


After Thunderbird Re-tests the server settings, you should see

The following settings were found by probing the given server 

  • Click Done to proceed

That's it! You're done. Thunderbird for Mac is now set up and using SSL to keep your email safe and secure.


For more information, check out the official Mozilla Thunderbird support article: Manual Account Configuration