In order to retrieve and send e-mail, you will need a connection to the Internet ( a ``dial-up", a ``cable modem" or other method of
BNS does not have dial-up accounts.
However, we do have automatic forwarding of email to your dial-up account i.e. email@example.com can be forwarded to
Bob879845@aol.com, so that you can get your business e-mail at the same time as you get your personal mail.
Otherwise, we can setup a Pop account on our server where you can retrieve your email using your
regular internet connection.
To access your POP e-mail account, you will need to :
Configure the mailing program's outgoing mail server (SMTP server) (i.e. mail2.bnserve.com) with the address of the server and your password for access to the mail server.
- Configure your mailing program with your name, the return address for all the mail you send out (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Configure the program's incoming mail server (i.e. mail2.bnserve.com) and input your password for mail retrieval. If you do not have a password, or have misplaced it, please
If you are not certain of your password, or of the exact address of BNS's mail server, we'll be glad to
help. We cannot look up a password, however, we can reset your password to a new one.
We also offer IMAPI account as an additional cost please contact us for details.
Click here for a complete primer on e-mail, newsgroup and Internet etiquette (``netiquette").