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6.5 Setting up Outlook
Obviously if not using Outlook or OE, then you'll have to correlate entries here to how ever your client takes setup. One important point is at step 6 where you enter your username -- you MUST include the "@dslr.net". While your BBR user name may be 2kmaro or Justin, your dslr email username is the whole email address itself; i.e. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Select "Add", then "Mail"
Enter the name you would like to appear on your email
Enter the information just as you see here
Enter the full email address, as shown here.
Use your DSLR/BBR password
You should now see your new DSLR email account listed here.
(You may not have more than one or two accounts)
This entry from a post by 2kmaro
Start your Outlook Express program.
Click on Tools -> Message Rules -> Mail
Check "Where the Subject Line contains specific words" in the first section, and "move it to the specified folder" in the next section. Next click "Where the subject line contains specific words" in section three.
Enter ****SPAM**** or [POSSIBLE SPAM] (just as seen here, case sensitive) in the text field and click on "Add" then "OK".
(Note: SpamAssassin as used with DSLR.Mail right now is set up to add the [****SPAM****] header.)
Click on the word that was highlighted in box #3 above.
Left click on "Local Folders" to highlight it, then click on "New Folder"
Enter a name such as "Spam" for the name of the folder - click OK.
Click OK a second time here.
Enter "Move Spam to folder" for this rule name - click OK.
Confirm that the Spam Filter rule is in place, and then click OK.
New (marked) messages will now be saved into the folder called "Spam".
• Go to the Tools menu and click on "Rules Wizard".
Go to Tools -> Accounts and open the properties page for your dslr.net mail account. Just make a change where it says "email address" but don't change anything on the other tabs.
(This info from a post by Pike)