However - I've downloaded it and it's much the same as any other email client.
The setup was painless however the only thing that people might find confusing is the term userid.
userid is the same thing as username - That is your email address e.g. email@example.com Password - speaks for itself.
The settings are the same as for any other email client
Email endingPop3IMAPSMTP Use SSL Use Authentication
blueyonder.co.uk pop3.blueyonder.co.uk imap.blueyonder.co.uk smtp.blueyonder.co.uk Ticked for all servers. Ticked ntlworld.com pop3.ntlworld.com imap.ntlworld.com smtp.ntlworld.com Ticked for all servers. Ticked virgin.net pop.virgin.net imap4.virgin.net smtp.virgin.net Ticked for all servers Ticked virginmedia.com pop3.virginmedia.com imap.virginmedia.com smtp.virginmedia.com Ticked for all servers Ticked
Note it automatically sets the correct ports when you tick SSL that is 995 for POP3, 993 for IMAP and 465 for SMTP
I did find that although it asks for the password when you connect it doesn't store the password in the account settings. So the next time you connect it asks again.
To get round this from the menu click Configuration->Preferences for current account if this is your main account, or Configuration->Edit Accounts
Under the Basic Tab enter the username and password next to the server. SMTP authentication defaults to the same username and password as inbound so there's no need to enter a username and password under outgoing.
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