54 Setting your terminal
MESSAGE SERVICE AND THE INTERNET
Your terminal lets you send and receive documents and E-mails from
subscribers throughout the world over the Internet.
An E-mail is an electronic message sent over the Internet, to an
E-mail address (which is a personal Internet mailbox).
Access to the Internet is possible thanks to an Internet service
provider (ISP). The provider puts at your disposal a server, or
computer system which allows you to connect to the Internet and
your mailbox through your telephone line.
Before worldwide transmission, you must:
• take out an Internet subscription from an Internet Service Provi-
• check that all initialisation parameters correspond to those provi-
ded by your ISP,
• perform the proper settings, if needed, for the Internet connec-
You may then connect yourself to the Internet via your ISP to send
and receive fax-Internet or E-mails. Both operations will be
performed during an Internet connection.
You must define or, at least check all parameters needed to
identify yourself with the Internet.
Your ISP will provide you with these parameters as soon as you are
registered with them.
The parameters are divided in 4 categories:
• connection, allows you to identify the dial up number, the connec-
tion identifier and the connection password,
• message service, allows you to define the message service identi-
fier, the message service password and the E-Mail address,
• servers, allows you to identify the name of the OP address of
Internet SMTP providers (send) and POP3 (MBX reception) and
the address of DNS 1 and DNS 2 servers. The server address is
made up of 4 groups of 3 digits maximum, separated by dots.
• SMTP Authentification, used to activate the authentification pro-
tocol when the SMTP server used requests this to end e-mails.
Access to connection and message service parameters
91 OK - INTERNET / SUPPLIER
+Select the Internet provider from the list NO ACCESS,
PROVIDER_1, PROVIDER_2, PROVIDER_3, PROVIDER_4,
PROVIDER_5, PROVIDER_6 or LOCAL NETWORK, and press OK.
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