SeaMonkey is a great email program that you can use to keep track of all your emails in one place.
Here are instructions on how to set up your email in SeaMonkey:
Download SeaMonkey (free program) and install it.
Go to your “Start” menu
Find your SeaMonkey program and open “SeaMonkey Mail” (you will find a few different SeaMonkey program names here)
Go to “Edit”
Then “Mail and News Groups Account Settings” (at bottom)
A new window opens
Click “Add Account”
Click “Email Account” and “Next”
For “Your Name” enter (ex.) “John Doe” (If for some reason your name is not accepted here, use your whole email address)
For “Email Address” enter (ex.) “firstname.lastname@example.org”
For “Incoming Server”, select “POP3″ account and enter (ex.) “mail.mywebsite.com“
CLICK ON THE CHECKBOX for “Use Global Inbox”
“Incoming User Name” is (ex.) “email@example.com”
then add the same (ex.) “firstname.lastname@example.org” for “Account Name”
You may OR may Not have to do the following (If hosted with Clickable Digital, follow these instructions):
Now, you will see the same window that you started with when you “added account”. Look at the bottom of the window (on left side) to see
“Outgoing Server (SMTP) Settings”
Click on it to highlight it
On the right Click on (ex.) “email@example.com” to highlight it, then click “Edit”
Change the “Port” to 26 (or other port specified by your server)
Click “OK” and close the window
After you have finished, close the window.
Then Click on “Get Msgs” in the upper left of the SeaMonkey Mail window.
It will open a new window that will ask you for the password.
Enter the password for your email account – MAKE SURE YOU CLICK ON THE CHECKBOX FOR IT TO REMEMBER YOUR PASSWORD, otherwise, the next time you “Get Msgs” it will ask again.