Open Windows Mail and click on "Tools" then "Accounts" as seen here:
Now - just click on add
Next, be sure "E-mail Account" is highlight as shown below and click next.
The next step is to simply type in your name. Be like Paul, and use capitalization and spaces between your first and last name. Reminder - the way you type your name in this field is how others you send to will see it. "Paul Newman" looks better in my inbox than "paulnewman" or worse yet - firstname.lastname@example.org" Just type you name as you normally would - as shown below
The next step is entering your email address. Do so in all small letters. Paul's email address is - email@example.com - so this is the way he would enter it.
Now just type in the server names as shown below. DO NOT TYPE IN "POP3" for you incoming mail server and "SMTP" as your outgoing server. This is a common mistake people make. Just be sure "POP3" is selected under "Incoming e-mail server type". Your server names are:
Incoming Server: venustel.com
Outgoing Server: venustel.com
Then click next.
The final step is to type in your password. Paul's password is "slapshot". When Paul types his password - he can not see what he is typing - he must be very careful.
Also - if Paul's password was "hair" - it would look like the password was actually longer than 4 characters. This is normal.
Click on Finish as shown here
Your last step is to enter your username and password - do this here. Your username is just the first part of your email address. Omit the @venustel.com.