to set up your swissmail.org account for Windows Mail
You will need the following information to setup your swissmail.org email account:
You will find the necessary information by accessing your account via our WebSite at www.swissmail.org. To get your account specific information, log into your account, click on the ControlCenter button, click on "Accountdata" in the left hand navigation menu and scroll down to "Mailbox (POP3/IMAP) access settings".
Now you are ready to get started!
In Windows Mail, go to the Tools
menu and click on Accounts.
Click on the Add
button in the upper right.
In the Select Account Type window, double-click on E-mail Account.
In the Your Name window, type in the name you want your recipients to see when they receive your e-mails, then click on Next.
In the Internet E-mail Address window, type in your e-mail address, then click on Next.
In the Set up e-mail servers window, enter the e-mail server information.
Log into your swissmail.org account, select
“Controlcenter” and then “Accountdata” at the left to find your username.
In the Internet Mail Logon
window, enter your username and
password for your e-mail account (you don't need to enter the password,
you do, you will automatically log on to the e-mail server every time
Windows Mail as long as the check is in the box next to Remember
You should see the following screen; check the Do
not download my e-mail and folders at this time box, then
You should now end up at the Internet
Accounts screen; double-click
on your e-mail account.
At the top of the Properties window that appears, click on the Advanced tab and verify your settings are the same as in the image below.
Now click on the IMAP tab and, in the Root folder path: blank, enter mail/. Also uncheck the box for Check for new messages in all folders.
Click Ok to save all of these settings, then Close to exit the Internet Accounts window. Windows Mail will now ask you if you would like to retrieve your mail.
Congratulations, you have successfully set up Windows Mail to handle your e-mail!