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Using Mac Mail

Introduction

This explanation is for those using the Mac Mail email software. First, check the ID and password you need to set this up, then the protocol you are currently using, and then set up either POP3 or IMAP4.
Carry out all the following steps.

  1. Step 1: Check the ID and password you need to set up the email software.
  2. Step 2: Check the Mac Mail receiving protocol.
  3. Step 3: Set up using the Mac Mail email software

Step 1: Check the ID and password you need to set up the email software.

Check your Keio Apps ID

  1. Log into keio.jp.
  2. When you have logged in, your ID name with "@keio.jp" will be displayed above Application and Information.
    This ID is your Keio Apps ID. Note down this ID somewhere. You will need it later in this process.
  3. You can check this by launching the new system (Gmail) as well.
    From "Application," click the New Keio Mail menu.
    The ID name with "@keio.jp" displayed at the top right of the launched screen will be your Keio Apps ID.
    Note down this ID somewhere.

Check your password

  1. Click "Change passwords" from the top right menu.
  2. Click "Email software/Smartphone apps."
  3. Selecting "Display Email software/Smartphone app passwords" will display a password.
    This password is your password for the email software.Note down this password somewhere. You will need it later in this process.

Step 2: Check the Mac Mail receiving protocol

  1. Launch Mac Mail. Click the Mail icon from the Dock on the desktop.
  2. Click "Mail" → "Account" on the tabs at the top.
    When the account screen appears, check the details listed in "Account type."

Step 3: Setting up the Mac Mail email software

Set up using the email software.

  1. When the protocol in Step 2 was "IMAP Mail Server"
    - Move to "Setting Examples for Mac Mail IMAP4".
  2. When the protocol in Step 2 was "POP Mail Server"
    - Move to "Setting Examples for Mac Mail POP".

Update History

2014/11/12: First created

Last-Modified: November 12, 2014

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