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Setting Up Your Computer To Receive/Send Bee Creek Email
Creating A New Bee Creek Email Account In Outlook
 
Creating A New Bee Creek Email Account In Outlook Express
Creating A New Bee Creek Email Account In Windows Mail

Iphone Setup for Bee Creek Email Accounts

Email Setup for Mac Mail

 
Using Spam Filtering with your Bee Creek Web Mail
 
Basic Troubleshooting
If you are unable to access the internet, or if you are experiencing slow connection speeds, the first troubleshooting step is to "reset" or "reboot" your radio. Although we commonly refer to the pictures below as your "radio", these are pictures of the most common DC Injectors that supply power to your radio. To reboot your radio, remove the power cord from the "radio" for five seconds then plug it back in. It will take 15 to 20 seconds for your radio to finish rebooting.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have a router, you will need to reboot both your radio and your router. First, remove the power from your radio and leave it unplugged. Remove the power from your router and leave it unplugged. Plug the power to your radio back in and wait 20 seconds. Finally plug the power to your router back in and wait 20 seconds.


Security On Your Computer

Proper security on your computer and/or network is very important. Please review the steps and links below to ensure your system is protected.

1) Implement a hardware and/or software based firewall solution. A router is a hardware solution, and the best firewall solution, but software firewalls are also available. A full review and information guide can be seen at: http://www.firewallguide.com. Finally, Windows XP has a basic firewall which should be enabled if no other firewall is installed.

2) Install an anti-virus software product. Several programs can be purchased from Symantec, McAffee, Trend Micro, and others. Two FREE, fully functional, Anti-Virus programs are available for downloaded and installation on your system. Alwil Software provides Avast!: http://www.avast.com and Grisoft AVG Anti-Virus is another: http://free.grisoft.com.

(WARNING: DO NOT install more then one Anti-Virus program on a computer. Also, some viruses and worms can disable your anti-virus and firewall software without your knowledge. In these situations you will want to fully uninstall, and then reinstall anti-virus and firewall software.)

3) Update virus definitions on a daily basis and run a full virus scan on all systems at least weekly. Most Anti-Virus programs allow automatic updates and scheduled scans. Review the help file of the Anti-Virus program your using for more details.

4) Install all critical operating system updates and patches. Official Microsoft updates can be downloaded from the Microsoft Windows Update site: http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/.

5) Install an Anti-Spyware and/or Anti-Trojan software solution. Again, several programs can be purchased from Symantec, McAffee, Trend Micro and others. Three FREE Anti-Spyware programs can be downloaded and installed on your system. Ad-Aware SE can be downloaded from: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/adaware.html and another, Spybot, can be downloaded from: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/spybot.html. For a limited time Microsoft is providing a free Anti-Spywear program which can be downloaded from: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/spyware/software/default.mspx

Microsoft provides good information on all of these subjects. You can view their recommendations at: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security.

 

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