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Close approximation coverage maps for our Access Points (antennas). Keep in mind Wireless Internet service is based on Line of Sight (LOS), so the actual service areas may be slightly different than shown due to the nature of hills, tall trees, and buildings.
GENERAL EMAIL SETUP

Email setup is very straight forward. Generally speaking you must open your Email Client. An email client would be Outlook Express©, Outlook©, Opera©, Firebird, etc.

Once you have your client open. Go to the configuration area, in MS Windows© systems this is under the "Tools" menu option on the top of your client. Once here it's the "Accounts" menu item. Once you have selected Accounts, the next window could have "change or remove an existing account" or "Add new account" or a small windows with four 'tabs'. If you have "change or remove accounts" or "Add account" select the option appropriate for you (add or change).

If changing an existing account, select your account. Your user name is the one supplied by RapidWiFi, as well as the supplied password. Check your setting to make sure they match what RapidWiFi gave you. Also just before completing this step, go to the advance or additional settings button. Here you want to look at the outgoing mail server. The port number here should be 587 instead of the standard 25. Additionally you should have checked the block "my outgoing mail server requires authentication". Also select "use same setting as my incoming mail server". This pertains to your user name and password... You are done. Select "Apply" or "OK" as is appropriate. Close your client and then restart your client. You should now be getting your email.

If adding a new account. Follow the 'wizard' to add your account. Check your settings to make sure they match what RapidWiFi gave you. Also just before completing this step, go to the advance or additional settings button. Here you want to look at the outgoing mail server. The port number here should be 587 instead of the standard 25. Additionally you should have checked the block "my outgoing mail server requires authentication". Also select "use same setting as my incoming mail server". This pertains to your user name and password. You are done. Select "Apply" or "OK" as is appropriate. Close your client and then restart your client. You should now be getting your email.

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