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How do I set up MS Exchange to recieve and send email via my server (bellsouth.net)?
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There are several importent things to key in.

First , know your email address like mine "aquar@ms9.hinet.net"
 and your mail server password like mine "2rdiiaal"
Second , if you want sent or receive e-mail. You must set
 your internet mail of Exchenge property. There are several
 things must correct.
 1.Full Name is display name of mail ,any word is ok.
 2.E-mail address must correct like mine you must key in       "aquar@ms9.hinet.net" yours maybe "chere@bellsouth.net".
 3.Internet mail server is the words after @ like mine is  
    "ms9.hinet.net" . You must key-in "bellsouth.net".
 4.account name like mine is "aquar". yours is ????.
 5.Password you must key in correct like mine is "2rdiiaal".
 6.Everything is ok. Now you can sent or receive mail on       internet.
Third , when you write down a mail and you want transcever it.
  You must select TOLLS->TRANSCEVER METHOD->INTERNET MAIL then   you can trancever by internet mail"IMPORTANT".
  Enjoy it.

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