How Do I Install An E-Mail Program On My Computer

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I am a Windows 7 user. I want to install an email program on my PC. What steps need to be followed so as to learn how do I install an e-mail program on my computer? Please reply ASAP. Thanks in advance.

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How Do I Install An E-Mail Program On My Computer

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Hi. The steps to be followed so as to learn how do I install an e-mail program on my computer having Windows 7 are as follows-

1) Click on the start menu

2) Then select the default programs option and click on enter

3) After the default programs window opens, select the set program access and computer defaults item

4) Click on custom option in the access and defaults window

5) Click on the program which is to be used by you under the Choose a default e-mail program tab 6) Click on OK The steps to be followed by Windows XP users are-

1) Click on start menu

2) Then select control panel

3) Click on the add or remove programs option

4) Click on set program access and defaults on the left side of the screen

5) In the add or remove programs window, click on custom option

6) Then, choose the program which you want to use from the Choose a default e-mail program option

7) Click on OK

Hope we helped.

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How Do I Install An E-Mail Program On My Computer

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Installing an email client is no different when installing any program. You simply need to follow the instructions on the screen to install. There are different email clients available on the internet that you can use and here are some:

  • Microsoft Office Outlook – bundled with Microsoft Office. If you have the entire Microsoft Office package installed, you can install Microsoft Office Outlook by enabling this feature in the “Add or Removes Program” in the Control Panel.
  • Opera Mail – this is Opera’s version of an email client and an alternative to Microsoft Office Outlook. You can download and use it for free.
  • Mozilla Thunderbird – this is a free email client from Mozilla. It supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2.
  • SeaMonkey – SeaMonkey is one unique web browser that has a built-in email client. I am using it as a web browser but haven’t tried it yet as an email client because I’m already using Mozilla Thunderbird.

Once the email client is installed, the next part is creating your account in the client. To create an account, you need to refer to your mail service provider for the proper settings and procedure because you will need the correct incoming and outgoing server addresses including the port numbers and protocols used. You won’t be able to configure your account properly on the email client without these settings.

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