Step 1 – Launch Thunderbird from your desktop icon or toolbar.
Step 2 – In the left pane of the Thunderbird window, find the email address you want to update. Click on your email address. The right pane should change to a menu related to that account.
Step 3 – In the right pane, in the “Accounts” section, click “View Settings for this Account.” An “Account Settings” window should appear.
Step 4 – In the left pane, scroll down until you see the “Outgoing Server (SMTP). Click on it. The right pane should change to an “Outgoing Server (SMTP) Settings” window.
Step 5 – On the far right, click the “Add” button to create a new entry.
Step 6 – You can leave the description box blank.
Step 7 – In the “Server Name:” box, type in the server name assigned to your email address from the table below.
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Step 8 – Make sure “Connection security” is set to “None” and “Authentication Method” is set to “Password, transmitted insecurely”.
Step 9 – In the “User Name:” box, type in your full email address (for example, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Step 10 – Click “OK” to save these settings and close this window.
Step 11 – Now, in the left pane, scroll up until you see your email address. Click on it. The right pane should change to the “Account Settings” window.
Step 12 – In the right pane, find the “Outgoing Server (SMTP)” dropdown and choose the SMTP server you created above (for example smtpauth.cruzio.com or smtpauth.baymoon.com).
Step 13 – In the left pane of the “Account Settings” window, click “Server Settings”. The right pane should change to the “Server Settings” window.
Step 14 – Check that the “User Name:” box on this page has your full email address, including the domain (cruzio.com, baymoon.com, etc). If the box only contains the part of your email address before the @ symbol, change it to your full email address.
Step 15 – Under “Security Settings”, “Connection Security”, make sure the drop-down menu is set to “None”.
Step 16 – Under “Security Settings”, “Authentication Method”, make sure “Authentication Method” is set to “Password, transmitted insecurely”. You do not need to change any other settings on this page.
Step 17 – Click “OK” to save changes.
Step 18 – Test sending and receiving. The email program will ask you for your password. You can choose to save it by left clicking the “Use Password Manager” box if you desire.
Step 19 – You have successfully completed the email changes.