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Setting Up Class Action's Email.
 
Select "Configure Email" from the Web/Email menu. You will be asked for information to allow it to connect to your internet service provider's mail server:
 
You can request a receipt by checking the "Request Return Receipt box.
 
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If you are a Web Service subscriber, you have the choice of using your internet service provider's email server or Class Action's.
 
If you are not a subscriber, you will need to use your own provider's web server or subscribe to Class Action's Web Service (click Renew Web Service on our web purchase page).
 
Web Service Subscribers:
 
Name: Your name as you want it to appear in the From box.
 
Email Address: Your return email address.
 
Click the "Use Class Action Web Server" button.
 
Note: Some Internet Service Providers block the use of mail servers other than their own. In most cases, you can contact your provider and ask them to unblock third party access. If your service provider is unwilling to do so, follow the directions below.
 
Using your Internet Service Providers Email Server:
 
Name: Your name as you want it to appear in the From box.
 
Email Address: Your return email address.
 
Authentication Method: For most ISP's, select Authorized Login.
 
User Name and Password: If you have selected Authorized Login, enter your email user name and password.
 
Server: Your outgoing mail server. If you are using Outlook, in the Tools menu select Email Accounts, then Change. click on your connection and then click the Change button. Click the Connection tab and look for "Outgoing Mail (SMTP)." Click the "More Settings" button and then the Advanced tab to check whether an SSL connection is required. If it is, click the SSL box. The port number will change from 25 to 465.
 
If you have a dialup connection, click the Auto Connect box or dial out first.


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