Your email address is usualy your dial-up account login name with
@dcaccess.com, @lakepowell.net, @page-az.com, or @page-lakepowell.com
appended. Your email password is the same as your dial-up account
Each DigiComm account includes up to five additional email addresses. If you would like additional addresses set up, please request them through The Help Desk Information will be emailed to you on how to access them once they are set up.
If you connect up using "login" as your login name (also called username), then your email address is:
and your POP username is just login
DigiComm Mail/POP3/SMTP server: mail.dcaccess.com
DigiComm News/NNTP server: news.goodnet.com
no authentication, login or password required for news access
Outlook Express 98
If you are getting set up for the first time, please download the Internet Connection Wizard documentation for Windows 95 or Windows 98
Netscape Communicator (4.x) Mail
Fill in the Email address: field with your email address, email@example.com
You can ignore the remaining fields.
Outgoing and Incoming mail server:
Mail server type:
Netscape 2 and 3.x Mail
Click on the Options menu.
Select the Mail and News Prefs... item.
Fill in the Name field with your real name.
Fill in the E-mail Address field with your email address.
Your email address is your login name with @dcaccess.com
for example: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Outgoing (SMTP) and Incoming (POP3) mail servers, put mail.dcaccess.com
For News (NNTP) Server, put news.dcaccess.com
Fill in the POP Username field with your login name, not your real name.
Please do NOT append @dcaccess.com to this field.
Click on the Remember Password button if you don't want to enter your password each time you start mail.
If your version of Netscape doesn't have this option, don't worry it will save its settings automatically.
When running Eudora for the first time, just after installation:
To modify an existing Eudora configuration, go into the Tools menu and choose Options... Click on Getting Started now follow the guidelines above.
Internet Explorer Mail (IE 2.x or 3.x)
An Internet Mail Configuration Wizard will start when you begin this program for the first time. The following will step you through the setup in the order the questions are asked.
Microsoft Inbox Mail (Exchange)
Here is a great page for setting up your Inbox.
Please be sure to use mail.dcaccess.com for the mail server name.