Step 1: Open Account Settings
On the “Tools” menu, click “Account Settings”.
Step 2: Add Mail Account
Click the ‘Account Actions” button and select ‘Add Mail Account”.
Step 3: Enter Account Information
Enter your Name, Email Address, and Password and click ‘Continue”.
Step 4: Manually Configure Account
As Thunderbird tries to automatically detect settings, click the ‘Manual Config” button. Your manual configuration settings should look similar to the above image, replacing domain.com with the domain on your account. Make sure to select port 26 for outgoing mail server, no SSL, and Normal Password as the authentication
Step 5: You’re done!
Thunderbird will create the account and you should be able to send incoming and outgoing mail. Please contact support if you have any questions
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