Re-configuring your PoP3 or iMAP email account

Re-configuring your PoP3 or iMAP email account

On your PC open Control Panel, once open click on Mail



Mail Setup window opens. Click on Email Accounts



Double click on the iMAP or PoP3 email you want to edit:



The Change Account window opens.
Make sure that both Incoming mail server and Outgoing mail server
have host.realtime-server.com set as shown below.
After changes have been made click Next.


After pressing next, mail will test the new settings;



Last screen is the verification screen;


Press Finish
You are done.


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