Internet Mail

To configure your Speed Internet E-mail simply select the E-mail client you are using from above and follow the instructions.
Outlook Express

To configure Outlook Express whether for the first time or to make a new account the procedure is the same. You should have your Speed Internet Set Up Sheet.
  1. Open Outlook Express
  2. Open the Tools menu and select Accounts.
  3. Select the Mail tab at the top of the window. Click Properties and enter your account details. To add a new account select Add. Add will give you 3 options: Mail, News and Directory Service. Select Mail.
  4. Enter a Display Name. This name will appear as the full name of the person who owns the e-mail. Select Next.
  5. Enter your E-mail address: username@speednet.com.au. Select Next.
  6. Enter your Mail Server Addresses.
    Mail Server (POP3)  mail.speednet.com.au
                                Mail Server (SMTP) mail.speednet.com.au
  7. Select Next.
  8. Check the Log on Using option. Enter your username and password. Select Next.
  9. Enter Speednet. This is the name that Outlook Express uses to describe the account. Select Next.
  10. Select connection type:


    • Connect using my phone line. This is the setting to enable the mail program to dial the modem connection and then do the mail. If you have multiple accounts you may wish to disable this, as it will disconnect the connection to load each account


    • Connect using a LAN. This will connect to the mail server via a Network and needs to have the network established before it can collect mail. This is preferred when you have multiple accounts, as you will establish a network connection with your modem before you load your mail program and once loaded you can then download multiple accounts.


    • Connect Manually is not needed.


  11. Connect using a phone line will ask to select the Dialup Connection you wish to use. Select the Speednet Connection.
  12. Select Finish.
  13. The new account is now configured.
Microsoft Outlook

You should have your Speed Internet SetUp Sheet with you.

When you open Microsoft Outlook for the first time you will get a welcome message screen. Choose Set up an e-mail service, then follow these steps.

  1. Select Tools from the menu options at the top of your screen then select Services.
  2. You must have Internet Mail installed in this window. If you do not find Internet Mail listed under Services then you will have to add it. Select Add then Click on Internet Mail. This will open the properties of Internet Mail automatically. If you already have Internet Mail service installed then just select Properties.
  3. Assign the Mail Account a name.
  4. Fill in the Name and Organisation.
  5. Enter your Email Address Eg.username@speednet.com.au
  6. Enter your e-mail address as your Reply Address.
  7. Select the Server tag at the top of the window.
  8. Enter the Incoming and Outgoing mail servers.
  9. Mail Server POP3  mail.speednet.com.au 
    Mail Server SMTP  mail.speednet.com.au 
  10. Check Logon Using then enter your username and password.
  11. Select the Connection tab at the top of the window.
  12. Select Modem connection. This will be the Speednet connection that you have configured under Dialup Networking.
  13. Once finished Click Apply and then OK. Exit your mail program through the option exit and log off which is found under Files on the main menu.
  14. When you re-enter Microsoft Outlook you will be ready to do e-mail.
Netscape Mail

You should have your Speed Internet Setup Sheet with you.

Netscape Navigator Mail Configuration

When you open Netscape Messenger for the first time a New Profile Setup will be initiated. Enter the following details:

  1. Enter Your Name or the name you wish to be displayed in the e-mail message. Your e-mail address will be your username in the following layout: username@speednet.com.au
  2. Select Next.
  3. Enter Profile. The profile is the name with which you use to define which e-mail account is currently operative. Use the default supplied.
  4. Select Next.
  5. Confirm the name you wish to use and that your e-mail address is set correctly. Enter the SMTP server or Outgoing Mail mail.speednet.com.au.
  6. Select Next.
  7. Enter your username as the Mail server username. Enter the Incoming Mail server. This will be the same as the Outgoing address, eg. mail.speednet.com.au. The incoming mail server is a POP3 Server.
  8. Select Next.
  9. Enter the News (NNTP) Server. The News server is a standard address news.speednet.com.au.
  10. Select Finish.
Netscape Mail Configuration (Netscape V.4 and Above)
  1. Open Netscape.
  2. Go to Edit and then Preferences.
  3. Under Categories you will see Mail and Groups option. Expand it out by Highlighting it and pressing on the Plus button on the number pad or clicking on the + with the left mouse button
  4. Select Identity. Fill in Your Name and Email address. Your e-mail address will be username@speednet.com.au.
  5. Select Mail server. Fill in Mail server username with your Username. Set the incoming and outgoing mail server
    Mail Server POP3 mail.speednet.com.au
  6. Mail Server SMTP mail.speednet.com.au
  7. Select Groups Server. Enter the News server. This is a standard news server of news.speednet.com.au
  8. Select OK and you are finished.
Internet Mail & Microsoft Exchange

Both Internet Mail and Microsoft Exchange use the exact same setup wizard. We have combined them here under the one Setup for ease of reference. Use the following steps to configure your Internet mail via the Inbox Setup Wizard. You should have your username & password with you, as well as our Setup Sheet.
  1. Select Run Internet Mail/Microsoft Exchange for the first time.
  2. Select NO to having used Internet Mail/Microsoft Exchange before and then click on Next.
  3. You will be asked to choose what information services you wish to use. Select only Internet Mail and then select Next.
  4. Select Use dialup networking to gain connection to Internet Mail. Then choose Next.
  5. Select your currently active Speednet Connection from the drop down list provided.
  6. You will then be asked what mode of transferring messages to use. You may use either. We suggest Automatic, so that when you do connect and open Microsoft Exchange it will download and deliver mail automatically.
  7. Enter your Email Address and your Name.
  8. Enter your username and password for your Mailbox Name and Password.
  9. Select No to automatically run Internet Mail/Microsoft Exchange when you start Windows 95 unless you wish the program to dial and collect mail each time you turn on the computer.
  10. When finished select the Finish option and then restart your computer.
Eudora Light

This configuration sheet describes the setup of Eudora Light on its initial startup after installation. You should have your Speednet Setup Sheet  with you.
  1. Choose whether you wish to make Eudora the default e-mail program. This means, if a program or browser needs to load an e-mail program it will automatically load Eudora Light.
  2. To access these options on a currently running Eudora Light select Tools and then Options.
  3. Select Getting Started from the icons. Enter in the right column Mail Server POP3   mail.speednet.com.au 
    Mail Server SMTP  mail.speednet.com.au 
  4. Enter in your Real Name and Return Address. Your return address is your e-mail address. Winsock will already be selected as the default connection.
  5. Select the Personal Info icon from the left column and enter your Dialup Username. This is your normal username.
  6. Select the Hosts icon from the left column. Enter the SMTP (Outgoing) mail server you have been supplied with and the phone number for your connection in the right hand options list.
  7. Select the Checking Mail icon from the left column. Check Save password. After the first time you collect your mail and enter a password it will save it for future reference.
  8. Select the Sending Mail icon from the left column. Enter speednet.com.au in the right column as the Domain to add to unqualified addresses.
  9. Once you have set these settings select OK and close Eudora. Re-open Eudora and you will be ready to e-mail.

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