Setup Dialup Internet & Email in Mac OS X


Creating connection and email account
  • On your desktop click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner. In the menu that drops down click on System Preferences.
System Preferences
  • Click on the Internet icon. The Internet settings window opens on your screen. Select the Email tab.

Internet

  • Select the Email tab.
Email Settings
  • Default Mail Reader: Select the email program you want to use.
  • Email Address: Your Greenwood.Net email address.
  • Incoming Mail Server: mail.greenwood.net
  • Account Type: POP
  • User Account ID: Your Greenwood.Net Email Account Name (usually leave off the @greenwood.net)
  • Password: Your password
  • Outgoing Mail Server: mail.greenwood.net (unless you are travelling on a National Dialup account in which case it should be smtp.safepages.com).
  • Click on the Network icon.

Network

  • Show: Internal Modem
  • Click on the TCP/IP tab
    • Configure: Using PPP
  • Click on the PPP tab
    • Service Provider: Greenwood.Net
    • Telephone Number: Enter the local dial-up phone number for where you live. For Greenwood, enter 538-0038 (leave the area code out). You can call us or contact support@greenwood.net if you need help finding the right number for you.
    • Alternate Number: Leave blank.
    • Account Name: Your Greenwood.Net username. Make sure to add the @greenwood.net at the end of your username (i.e. john@greenwood.net).
    • Password: Your password.
    • Save Password: Check this option if you want your Mac to save your password.
    • Click on PPP Options.
    • Make sure "Connect automatically when starting TCP/IP applications" is checked.
  • Finish
    Click Apply Now to save the settings.
    Close the Network Window

    You can now open a web browser or email program and be able to connect to the Internet.