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Start Windows Live Mail 2011. If the Add your email accounts page is displayed when you start Windows Live Mail, go to step 2. If the Add your email accounts page isn't displayed when you first open the program, click Email above New Account on the Accounts tab.
On the Add your email accounts page, do the following:
In the Email address box, enter the e-mail address that you wish to set up.
In the Password box, enter the password for the mail box. Typically you will have created the password when you assigned the mail box in your control panel or were given the details. Be sure to select the check box next to Remember this password.
In the Display name for your sent messages box, enter the name you want users to see when you send email.
On the Configure server settings page, under Incoming server information, do the following:
Under Server type on the drop-down menu, select IMAP (save messages on server) or POP (save messages to your computer).
Under Server address, enter mail.cheaperdomains.com.au.
Select Requires a secure connection (SSL). The Port number should change automatically to 993 (if using IMAP) or 995 if using POP.
Under Log on user name, enter your full email address.
Under Outgoing server information, do the following:
Under Outgoing server, enter smtp.cheaperdomains.com.au.
Select the check box next to Requires a secure connection (SSL).
Change the Port number to 465.
Select the check box next to Requires authentication, and then click Next.
On the Your email account was added page, click Finish.
On the Accounts page, click Close.
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