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FAQ Email Support / Setup for KMail On Linux For Dialup 4 Less


Configuring KMail
  • On the Toolbar, click Settings, and select Configure KMail from the drop-down menu.
Opening configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • The Configure window appears.
  • In the left-hand column is a series of categories. Highlight Identities.
  • To the right, click the New button.
Second configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • The New Identity window appears.
  • New identity = give the identity a distinctive name. In this example, I gave it the name "Name".
  • Click OK when finished.
 Third configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • The following window appears.
  • Select the General tab.

    Your name = enter your name or a nickname.

    Email address = enter the e-mail address of the account.

  • Click OK when finished.
Fourth configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • We return to the Configure window.
  • In the left-hand column, highlight Network.
  • To the right, select the Sending tab, and then click the Add button.
Fifth configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • Transport:
  • Select SMTP. This is you outgoing server protocol.
  • Click OK.
Sixth  configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • Enabling SMTP Authentication:
  • SMTP authentication deters people from spamming you an other people. SMTP authentication is required and you will not be able to send e-mail without configuring it. It's as simple as entering a username and a password. Do the following:
  • Select the General tab.

    Name = enter a name for the account.
    Host = enter the name address of the outgoing server: mail.dialup4less.com.
    Port = enter the default port of the outgoing server: 25.


    Check the box server requires authentication.
    Login = enter the username of the e-mail account (everything before @dialup4less.com).
    Password = enter the password of the account.
    Important: passwords are case-sensitive. Ensure your Caps Lock is NOT enabled.
    Check the box Store SMTP password in configuration file.
 Seventh configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • Select the Security tab.
  • Encryption:

    Select None from the list.
  • Authentication Method:

    Select PLAIN from the list.
  • Click OK to close the window.
 Eigth configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • We return to the Configuration window.
  • Select the Receiving tab, and click the Add button.
Ninth  configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • Account Type:

    Select POP3 from the list of account types.
  • Click OK to close the window.
Tenth  configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • The following window appears:
  • Select the General tab.

    Name = enter a name for the account.
    Login = enter the username of the e-mail account (everything before @dialup4less.com).
    Password = enter the password of the account.
    Important: passwords are case-sensitive. Ensure your Caps Lock is NOT enabled.
    Host = enter the name address of the incoming server: mail.dialup4less.com.
    Port = enter the default port of the incoming server: 110.
    Check the box Store POP password in configuration file.
Eleventh configuration screen for Kmail for Linux
  • Select the Extras tab.
  • Encryption:

    Select None from the list.
  • Authentication Method:

    Select PLAIN from the list.
  • Click OK to close the window and complete the account setup.
Twelfth configuration screen for Kmail for Linux

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