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 +====== Configure The Bat! for POPFile ======
 +===== Mail Configuration =====
 +  - Load **The Bat**, then select **Properties** from the **Account menu**.
 +  - Click on the **Transport** option in the list to the left.
 +  - Write down the name of your POP3 server in the Mail Server field (e.g..////pop3.yourisp.com////) and then replace this with // .
 +  - In the Username box, put the **original POP server** followed by a colon **:** to the front of the username that is already in the box, e.g, if username was //username// and original POP server was ////pop.myisp.net////, then the box should contain //pop.myisp.net:username//.
 +  - Click **OK**.
 +==== SMTP Authentication ====
 +If your ISP requires SMTP authentication for sending mail, you will also have to configure your username and password as follows:
 +  - Select **Properties** from the **Account menu**.
 +  - Click on the **Transport** option in the list to the left.
 +  - Click the **SMTP Authentication** button.
 +  - check the **use SMTP Authentication box**.
 +  - Check the **use using specific settings** box.
 +  - Fill in your "real" username and password.
 +  - Click OK, Click **OK**.
howtos/thebat.txt · Last modified: 2008/02/08 19:49 (external edit)

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