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How close is Instagram to Facebook when it comes to brand activity? Probably closer than you think.

Social media shop Shareablee pulled the following numbers, which illustrate that marketers—while most of them cannot run ads yet on Instagram—are highly active on the social-mobile phone app.


Pepsi Max UK
took over a bus shelter on New Oxford Street in London and surprised commuters with an “unbelievable” augmented reality experience.

The brand secretly installed augmented reality technology into one side of the bus shelter to make it appear as if crazy scenes were happening on the busy street beyond. The incredulous scenes included an alien invasion, falling fireballs, running tigers, killer robots, and more.

The “Unbelievable Bus Shelter” is part of the brand’s Unbelievable campaign and brought a little joy and fun to the commuters’ day.

 

Adding a new account:

1. Select the File menu and choose Info


2. Click the Add Account button.
3. Choose Manual setup or additional server types


4. Click Next.
5. Choose POP or IMAP .


6. Click Next.

  • Enter your Name as you want it to appear on your outbound email messages.
  • Enter your email address.
  • Enter mail.example.com as your Incoming Mail Server.

please Note: You would not enter example.com but your own domain name.

 

  • The Outgoing Mail Server is the same as your Incoming Mail Server.
  • Enter your email address for the User Name.
  • Enter your email password.

7. Click the More Settings button.


8. Click the Outgoing Server tab.


9. Click the "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" checkbox.
10. Make sure that it is using the same settings as your incoming mail server.
11. Click the Advanced tab.

  • If you are using POP3 with SSL, please enter 995 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 110.
  • If you are using POP3, you may choose when messages are removed from the server.
  • If you are using IMAP with SSL, please enter 993 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 143.
  • If you are using SMTP with SSL, please enter 465 for your port. Otherwise change the port to 26.

12. Click the OK button.
13. Click Next on the E-mail Accounts window.
14. Click the Finish button.

Outlook 2013 is now correctly configured to send and receive emails.

1. Launch Mozilla Thunderbird

Add a new email account

2. Select File from the top menu bar and then New and Mail Account

Mail Account Setup

3. Enter your name (which will appear the “From” field in your emails), email address and password, then click Continue

Automatic settings check

4. Thunderbird will automatically search for mail server settings related to your account. This information is displayed on the same screen and a green light indicates that the search was successful.

5. Click Manual Setup

Manual Setup

6. On the next screen (Server Settings), adjust the Server Name to pop.your-domain.co.za and ensure that the Port is set to the 110. User name should be your full email address i.e. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

7. Ensure that the Use secure authentication checkbox is NOT ticked

Outgoing Server Settings

8. Click Outgoing server (SMTP) in the menu on the left hand side and ensure that the outgoing server is selected for the correct account/email address, then click Set Default (if not already the default). 9. Click Edit

SMTP Server

10. Ensure that Server Name is smtp.your-domain.com and that the Port is set to 587. 11. Click OK 12. Your Thunderbird homepage will now display and you should now be set up to send and receive mail.

1. Launch Microsoft Outlook Express

Note: If this is the first email account setup on this computer then skip to Step 4.

2. On the menu bar at the top, select Tools and then click Accounts

Create new account

3. Click Add, and then click Mail to open the Internet Connection Wizard.

Mail Account Setup

4. Enter your name (which will appear the “From” field in your emails), then click Next

Mail Account Setup

5. Enter your email address, then click Next

Server Settings

6. Select “POP3” as the incoming server type.

7. Enter the POP and SMTP server information, then click Next

Server Authentication

8. Click Finish

9. You will be returned to the Internet Accounts screen. Select the recently created email account (pop.your-domain.com), click Properties and then proceed to the Server tab.

10. Ensure that the “My server requires authentication” checkbox is ticked and proceed to the Advanced tab

Server Ports

11. Ensure that the Outgoing Mail port is set to 587 and the Incoming Mail port is set to 110

12. Click OK

Add a new email account

1. Launch Microsoft Outlook 2000

2. Select Tools from the top menu bar and then Accounts

New account

3. Click Add, and then click Mail to open the Internet Connection Wizard.

Enter your name

4. Enter your Name (which will appear in the "From" field in your emails), then click Next

Enter your email address

5. Enter your Email address, then click Next

Server settings

6. Enter the name of the Incoming mail server i.e. pop.your-domain.com

7. Enter the name of the Outgoing mailer server i.e. smtp.your-domain.com

8. Click Next

Internet Mail Logon

9. Enter your Account name (your full email address e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and the password specified when mailbox was created in konsoleH, then click Next

Select your Internet connection

10. Select the appropriate Internet connection for your system, then click Next

Setup complete

11. Follow the relevant instructions for your connection (if any), click Next and then click Finish

Check your account

12. Outlook will now build the Outlook Toolbar, and then open up your Inbox. Go to the Tools menu, click Accounts.

Select the relevant account

13. Click on the Mail tab at the top. You should see your new account listed here. Select it and click Properties.

Outgoing Server Settings

14. Click on the Servers tab at the top.

15. Ensure that the My server requires authentication checkbox (underneath Outgoing Mail Server) is ticked.

16. Click on the Settings button to the right.

 

Outgoing Mail Server

17. Ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected, then click OK

18. Click on the Advanced tab

Advanced Settings

19. Ensure that your settings look like the settings shown in this screenshot. In particular, check that:

*The Incoming server (POP) port is set to the default (110)

*The Outgoing server (SMTP) port is set to 587

20. Click OK, then Next and Finish.

 

You should now be set up to send and receive email.

 

Launch Outlook 2002/2003

1. Launch Outlook 2002/2003

2. Select Tools from the top menu bar and then E-mail Accounts

Add a new email account

3. On the pop-up screen, select Add a new email account then click Next

Select Server Type

4. Under Server Type, select POP3 and then click Next

Confirm Email Settings

5. Enter the relevant details under User, Server and Logon Information. Check that your username is your full email address and, under Server Information, make sure to use the prefix “pop” and “smtp” as appropriate.

6. Once complete, click More Settings

Outgoing Server Settings

7. On the pop-up, select the Outgoing Server tab

8. Ensure that the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication checkbox is selected, as well as Use same setting as my incoming mail server

Advanced Settings

9. Select the Advanced tab

10. The Incoming Server (POP) port should be set to 110

11. Set the Outgoing Server (SMTP) port to 587

12. Click OK, then Next and Finish

13. Click Test Account Settings to check if your details are correct

14. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail

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Test Account Settings

15. Click Test Account Settings to check if your details are correct

16. Click Close, then Next and Finish

17. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail

1. Launch Outlook 2007

2. Select Tools from the top menu bar, then Accounts Settings

Create new account

3. On the Account Settings pop-up, click New on the E-mail tab

Choose e-mail service

4. Select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP and click Next

Account Setup

5. Tick the Manually configure server settings or additional server types checkbox and click Next

Select Internet Email

6. Select Internet E-mail and then click Next

Email settings

7. Enter all the relevant details (Select ‘POP3’ as the server type) and then click More Settings

Outgoing Server Settings

8. Click on the Outgoing Server tab and ensure that the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication checkbox is selected, as well as Use same settings as my incoming mail server

Advanced Settings

9. Select the ‘Advanced’ tab

10. Set the Incoming Server (POP) port to the default setting, 110

11. Set the Outgoing Server (SMTP) port to 587

12. Click OK to save these settings

13. Click Next and Finish

14. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail

 

1. Launch Mozilla Thunderbird

Add a new email account

2. Select Tools from the top menu bar and then Account Settings

Mail Account Setup

3. From Account Actions select Add Mail Account

Mail Account Setup

4. Enter your name (which will appear on the "From" field in your emails), email address and password. Click Continue.

Automatic Settings Check

5. Thunderbird will automatically search for mail server settings related to your account. This information is displayed on the same screen and a green light indicates that the search was successful.

6. Click Edit

Manual Setup

7. Adjust the Incoming to pop.yourdomain.com and ensure that the Port is set to 110. Use your full email address as the User name e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click on Manual Setup and go to Server Setting Tab.

8. Ensure that the Use secure authentication check box is NOT ticked.

Outgoing Server Settings

9. Click Outgoing server (SMTP) in the menu on the left hand side and ensure that the outgoing server is selected for the correct account/email address. Click Set Default if not already the default.

10. Select Edit

SMTP Server

11. Ensure that your Server Name is smtp.your-domain and that the Port is set to 587.

12. Click OK

Setup Completed

13. Your Thunderbird homepage will now display and you should now be set up to send and receive mail.

1. Launch Outlook 2010

2. Select File from the top menu bar and then Info and Account Settings

Create new account

3. On the Auto Account Set-up screen, click Manually configure server settings or additional server types.

Choose email service

4. Select Internet E-mail and click Next.

Email settings

5. Enter all the relevant details (Select ‘POP3’ as the server type) and then click More Settings (Note: Outlook will auto-fill your user name, please ensure you fill in your entire email address as the username)

Outgoing Server Settings

6. Click on the Outgoing Server tab and ensure that the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication checkbox is selected, as well as Use same settings as my incoming mail server.

Advanced Settings

7. Select the Advanced tab

8. Ensure that your settings look like the settings shown in this screenshot. In particular, check that:

• The Incoming server (POP) port is set to the default (110)

•The Outgoing server (SMTP) port is set to 587

9. Click OK, then Next and Finish.

10. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail.

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