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Help setting up a new email address please!

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Sorry but I am a complete computer novice and would like help to set up a new email a/c please. I am with blueyonder if anyone can help............

I have checked 'help' section but not sure still
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
if you can sign up to this forum you can sign up for email

pretty much the same process
#2
casparwhite
if you can sign up to this forum you can sign up for email

pretty much the same process



Still none the wiser. Is there any kind person out there please

I wouldnt be asking if I could work it out. Do I set up new user a/c?
#3
What email account do you want hotmail, yahoo, gmail??

Just read your with blueyonder, will have a look for you
#4
dont know about blue yonder, but can show you how to make an other email account
#5
Try these, the instructions are on the site:
mail.yahoo.com/
or
mail.google.com/mail/signup
banned#7
casparwhite
if you can sign up to this forum you can sign up for email

pretty much the same process


why not just have a look to help man... or skip this thread?
1 Like #8
Setting up Windows Mail

Follow the steps below to re-create your blueyonder or ntlworld email accounts in Windows Mail.

1. Launch Window Mail via Start – Windows Mail – if you have not created a Windows Mail account previously the wizard will launch. Alternatively open Windows Mail and select 'Tools'– 'Accounts' The "Internet accounts" window will appear.

2. Click the 'Add' button in the upper right corner of the window. The 'Add Account' window appears. Select "E-mail Account", and click "Next".

3. Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of the e-mail messages you send. Click "Next".

4. Enter your blueyonder or ntlworld email address, and click "Next".

5. In the 'Incoming mail server' field, enter pop3.blueyonder.co.uk if you are an ex Telewest customer or pop.ntlworld.com if you are an ex ntl customer. In the 'Outgoing e-mail server field' enter smtp.blueyonder.co.uk or smtp.ntlworld.com, tick 'Outgoing server requires authentication' if you are an ex Telewest customer. Then click "Next".

6. In the "Email username" field, enter your mailbox username – this will not currently include @blueyonder.co.uk or @ntlworld.com, e.g. if your email address was [email protected]">[email protected] then you would enter richard.branson as your "email username". Check "Remember password" if you don’t want to be prompted to enter your password each time you check for new mail. Click "Next".

7. On the final screen click "Finish"
1 Like #9
imranmaz
why not just have a look to help man... or skip this thread?


+1
1 Like #10
I prefer using web mail accounts like google or yahoo, that way I can subsequently change my Internet provider without the frustration of losing my ISP email address.
banned 1 Like #11
amcol
Setting up Windows Mail

Follow the steps below to re-create your blueyonder or ntlworld email accounts in Windows Mail.

1. Launch Window Mail via Start – Windows Mail – if you have not created a Windows Mail account previously the wizard will launch. Alternatively open Windows Mail and select 'Tools'– 'Accounts' The "Internet accounts" window will appear.

2. Click the 'Add' button in the upper right corner of the window. The 'Add Account' window appears. Select "E-mail Account", and click "Next".

3. Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of the e-mail messages you send. Click "Next".

4. Enter your blueyonder or ntlworld email address, and click "Next".

5. In the 'Incoming mail server' field, enter pop3.blueyonder.co.uk if you are an ex Telewest customer or pop.ntlworld.com if you are an ex ntl customer. In the 'Outgoing e-mail server field' enter smtp.blueyonder.co.uk or smtp.ntlworld.com, tick 'Outgoing server requires authentication' if you are an ex Telewest customer. Then click "Next".

6. In the "Email username" field, enter your mailbox username – this will not currently include @blueyonder.co.uk or @ntlworld.com, e.g. if your email address was [email protected]">[email protected] then you would enter richard.branson as your "email username". Check "Remember password" if you don’t want to be prompted to enter your password each time you check for new mail. Click "Next".

7. On the final screen click "Finish"


huh? doesnt the OP want a new blue yonder email account?
#12
Wow you have all been really really helpful. After the first post I thought no-one would help. Sorry for being thick but as I said I am such a novice. Rep left to you ALL (minus one person of course!)
#14
imranmaz
huh? doesnt the OP want a new blue yonder email account?


Yes I do please can you help to advise me how to do this or at what point do I key in the new email address I want?
banned#15
nb1
Yes I do please can you help to advise me how to do this or at what point do I key in the new email address I want?


you want to go through this step by step mate (I use gmail myself):

http://www.virginmedia.com/myvirginmedia/selfcare/email-mailboxes.php
banned#16
any luck op?
#17
imranmaz
why not just have a look to help man... or skip this thread?


amcol
Setting up Windows Mail

Follow the steps below to re-create your blueyonder or ntlworld email accounts in Windows Mail.

1. Launch Window Mail via Start – Windows Mail – if you have not created a Windows Mail account previously the wizard will launch. Alternatively open Windows Mail and select 'Tools'– 'Accounts' The "Internet accounts" window will appear.

2. Click the 'Add' button in the upper right corner of the window. The 'Add Account' window appears. Select "E-mail Account", and click "Next".

3. Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of the e-mail messages you send. Click "Next".

4. Enter your blueyonder or ntlworld email address, and click "Next".

5. In the 'Incoming mail server' field, enter pop3.blueyonder.co.uk if you are an ex Telewest customer or pop.ntlworld.com if you are an ex ntl customer. In the 'Outgoing e-mail server field' enter smtp.blueyonder.co.uk or smtp.ntlworld.com, tick 'Outgoing server requires authentication' if you are an ex Telewest customer. Then click "Next".

6. In the "Email username" field, enter your mailbox username – this will not currently include @blueyonder.co.uk or @ntlworld.com, e.g. if your email address was [email protected]">[email protected] then you would enter richard.branson as your "email username". Check "Remember password" if you don’t want to be prompted to enter your password each time you check for new mail. Click "Next".

7. On the final screen click "Finish"


Smeagol<3sDeagol
+1


melipona
I prefer using web mail accounts like google or yahoo, that way I can subsequently change my Internet provider without the frustration of losing my ISP email address.


Smeagol<3sDeagol
dont know about blue yonder, but can show you how to make an other email account


melipona
Try these, the instructions are on the site:
mail.yahoo.com/
or
mail.google.com/mail/signup




nb1
Wow you have all been really really helpful. After the first post I thought no-one would help. Sorry for being thick but as I said I am such a novice. Rep left to you ALL (minus one person of course!)


yeah all very useful posts .............. only1 of them has anything to do with what you asked

and that info is staring right at you as soon as you goto the site??

you cant help people if they cant help themselves:thinking:

it would take more effort to learn how to post on this site

its email man ....step by step instructions are there as you do it
banned#18
casparwhite
yeah all very useful posts .............. only1 of them has anything to do with what you asked

and that info is staring right at you as soon as you goto the site??

you cant help people if they cant help themselves:thinking:

it would take more effort to learn how to post on this site

its email man ....step by step instructions are there as you do it


nice effort there.... just as chris tarrant says "its only easy if you know it"
#19
imranmaz
nice effort there.... just as chris tarrant says "its only easy if you know it"


disagree........ email is the easiest thing to do and generally the first thing people do on the internet

now if you are actually using that particular isp you are even directed there as soon as you log onto the internet, most usually even allocate it for you

so the op has left the site to come here and been given a link back to the site


really dont see how anybody has helped whatsoever in this thread?

but feel free to let me know
banned#20
casparwhite
disagree........ email is the easiest thing to do and generally the first thing people do on the internet

now if you are actually using that particular isp you are even directed there as soon as you log onto the internet, most usually even allocate it for you

so the op has left the site to come here and been given a link back to the site


really dont see how anybody has helped whatsoever in this thread?

but feel free to let me know


the OP said so... that is all.

kthnxbai
#21
casparwhite
disagree........ email is the easiest thing to do and generally the first thing people do on the internet

now if you are actually using that particular isp you are even directed there as soon as you log onto the internet, most usually even allocate it for you

so the op has left the site to come here and been given a link back to the site


really dont see how anybody has helped whatsoever in this thread?

but feel free to let me know


They did all help why do you get off on being so horrible to people. You are still doing it?

I am lucky this site is here to get help and advice not get abuse from people like you. I am relieved that not everyone is so nasty as you when it comes to helping people.

And yes I have managed to successfully set up 3 additonal email addresses! Thank you for all your help!

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