Below are the transcripts of two Frontier videos about the Mac Mail email program.
Hi. In this video you'll learn how to turn on SSL in Mac Mail. SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, is the leading industry standard for securely sending passwords or credit card numbers through the Internet. Enabling SSL in your email application can prevent unauthorized parties from gaining access to sensitive, confidential, and personal information. To help protect you, Frontier strongly encourages its customers to enable SSL in any email client used to send and receive email with your Frontier account.
OK, let's go ahead and get started.
To get started, click Mail in the menu bar at the top of the window. Next, click Preferences. Verify that the Username is your full Frontier email address.
In the dropdown menu for Outgoing Server, choose Edit SMTP Server List. Check the box next to Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Click OK.
Next, choose the Advanced tab at the top of the Accounts window. Check the box next to Use SSL. Notice the port should change to 995. Close the window using the red circle. You should be prompted to save your changes. Click Save.
That's it. You're all set.
Hi. In this video you’ll learn how to update your username in Mac Mail.
Let’s go ahead and get started.
First, click Mail in the top menu. Click Preferences. Verify your username is your full Frontier email address. Close the Accounts window. You will be prompted to save the changes. Click Save.
That’s it. You’re all set.