Mac Mail Tnet Mail

1. Select on ‘Mail’ from the menu bar. Then choose ‘Preferences’ from the drop down menu.

2. Double click on the Tranquility Email Account in ‘Accounts’ section on the left hand side of the window. If this is a new account, choose the ‘+’ symbol at the bottom of the column.

3. Fill in the fields with your information as shown.<

4. Incoming Mail Server Settings. Under ‘Account Type’, select “POP”. Enter a label in ‘Description’ so that you may distinguish this mail account from others in your email. In ‘Incoming Mail Server’ enter: For ‘Username’, enter the first part of your email address, then add “” (Example: becomes for the username). For ‘Password’ enter your email password. If you do not know your password, or it is less than 6 characters, please call the office, we are more than happy to assist you. When you are finished filling in the fields, press ‘Continue’.

5. Outgoing Mail Server Settings. The first field, ‘Description’, may be whatever you choose. Under ‘Outgoing Mail Server’ enter: and check the box ‘Use only this server’ below. The checkbox ‘Use Authentication’ must be checked for you to send mail. For the next two fiends use your Tranquility email address, and your email password as shown. When you are finished with these entries, select ‘Continue’.

6. After you have completed verifying the Outgoing Server Settings, Mac Mail will present a summary detailing all of the settings for this mail account. Select ‘Create’.

7. Now that all of your settings have been entered, you may close this window and click ‘Get Mail’. If you have any errors, do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions.

Congratulations! You have successfully completed setting up your Mac Mail client to use Tnet’s new mail system!

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