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How to set up your Privatoria Anonymous E-mail on Mac OS X ‘Mail’ Client
March 24, 2015

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Apple’s Mac OS X has become synonymous with stability, usability and ease of use. Many users are ready to pay higher price to get that stability and exclusive software that Apple offers. Most of the programs do their job seamlessly without any bugs whatsoever. The system is equipped with a native e-mail client praise by many. Is it really that simple to add and use your Privatoria Anonymous E-mail account in Mac OS’s native e-mail client.

How to set up Privatoria Anonymous E-mail on Mac OS X ‘Mail” 

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In order to do it, you have to follow these steps:

1. Open ‘Mail’, go to ‘Accounts’, add a new account, choose ‘other account’ from the drop-down list

Mac OS E-mail client Setp-up (1)

2. Enter your (nick) name along with Privatoria e-mail address and password to your account

Mac OS E-mail client Setp-up (2)

3. Choose ‘IMAP’ for account type with mail server ‘privatoria.net’ , username is your e-mail and password is the same as the one to your Privatoria account

Mac OS E-mail client Setp-up (3)

4. For port enter 993 and enable SSL if it’s not enabled by default

Mac OS E-mail client Setp-up (4)

5. For outgoing ‘SMTP’ server choose ‘privatoria.net’ . Username and password are your Privatoria credentials

Mac OS E-mail client Setp-up (5)

That was it. E-mail clients across all platforms request pretty much identical info and it’s the user interface that can confuse you sometimes. Therefore, fear not and be assured that you can use Privatoria on your Mac.

You may also find these articles interesting:

· How To set up VPN on Mac OS X

· How to set up your Privatoria anonymous e-mail in MS Outlook

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