These instructions apply for Mac OS X 10+. Apple mail is normally the default email on all Macs that are running Mac OS X 10.0 or later. You can use this guide to configure your Apple Mail.

    1. Open Mail from the Applications folder.
    2. Check if the Welcome to Mail assistant appear. If it doesn’t, choose Add Account from the File Menu.
  1. Enter your full name, email address and preferred password.
  2. If the option “Automatically set up account” is enabled, deselect it.
  3. Click Continue to proceed, and choose your preferred Email Account type.
  4. Name your account using an appropriate name to distinguish it from others in the future
  5. Enter the Incoming Mail Server, and the necessary Username and Password. Click next to proceed.
  6. You may also be required to enter your Incoming mail Security settings.
  7. Enter both the Outgoing Mail Server description and server details.
  8. Select “User Authentication” and enter the User Name and Password.
  9. Click continue and enter the Outgoing Mail Security settings. Finally, Click Continue, verify your settings from the Account Summary provided.
  10. Check “Take Account Online” and click on “Create” to complete you email configuration.
  11. You should be able to send emails after this.

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