Enter your user names in the form:
note that the user/domain are separated by a percent character (%)
instead of the usual ampersand (@) character. Example settings for the
Mail Server Properties is shown below:
What about the outbound SMTP setttings?
set your outbound SMTP settings, please refer to documentation supplied
by your local ISP. Outbound SMTP is not handled by our POP3 server,
normally your local ISP will provide you with the address of an SMTP
mail gateway to be used for your outgoing mail.
Why do I have to use the percent symbol?
some reason Netscape 4.77 (and possibly other versions of Netscape),
truncate any characters after the "@" symbol when sending the account
information to the POP3 server.
When this happens, all the POP3
server sees is the "user" portion of the account name. Since the POP3
server cannot determine the domain name, it rejects the login request.
using the "%" instead of the "@" symbol, the full account name (which
includes the domain name) will get to the POP3 server, and your login
request can be properly authenticated.