Setting up Thunderbird

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To setup your account in Thunderbird

1. Launch Thunderbird

2. Right Click on Local Folders and go to Settings
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3. Click on Account Functions and Add Mail Account
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4. Click Continue where Thunderbird will try and detect your settings:
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5. Thunderbird will most likely fail to get the account settings. When it does, it will prompt you to enter in your Server address and port. For this enter:
Incoming IMAP
server: *your server address*
Port: 993
SSL: SSL/TLS
Authentication: Autodetect

Outgoing SMTP
server: *your server address*
Port: 993
SSL: SSL/TLS
Authentication: Autodetect

Make sure your Username for both Incoming and outgoing if your Full Email address

For example:
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6. Click Re-test to test your account settings. It will check your settings and highlight any errors.

If the account didn't give any errors after running the Re-test, click Done to save your account.
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7. Your mail account should now be listed in Thunderbird and should begin syncing your mailbox


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