Email Setup - Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Mail is Microsoft's newly redesigned email client available for download for all versions of Windows operating systems.

Windows Live Mail includes improved email security, a new calendar and event reminder feature, and more. For full details, visit Windows Live Mail homepage.


Setup Guide

Once you have downloaded and installed Windows Live Mail, open the program (usually located at the top of your Start menu  under "All Programs").

When Windows Live Mail is open, click "Add E-Mail Account" on the left side as indicated by the picture below:

Fill in the information in the boxes outlined in red. Be sure to enter your full email address and your name below then click Next.


On this screen you will fill in the required server information. For your incoming server, it is a POP3 type and the incoming server address is with the default port of 110 as indicated in the image below.

Your "Login-ID" should be the first part of your email address and in lowercase characters.

Outgoing server should be ( if you are using your USA2net connection) with the default port of 25. There are no special secure connections or authentication required. Click Next.

That's it! Your USA2net email is now ready for use.

Windows Live Mail does not support the " Identities" feature found in earlier versions of Outlook Express. Click here to find out more information regarding user accounts in Windows 7.


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