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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 42 April 2007 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • Greetings from the Edi...
  • New BMI AntiVirus Soft...
  • Picture Find Puzzle
  • Traveling With BMI
  • MSN Wi-Fi Hot Spot Loc...
  • Food on the Go
  • The Great Outdoors
  • Yard Crossword Puzzle
  • Traveling with BMI Email
  • Reading on the Go
  • Movie Review
  • Geographic Information...
  • Transportation Wordfind
  • KUDOS


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  • Traveling with BMI Email
    by Cheryl Hooker
    April 2007

    On the road email access: I bet you didn't know that no matter where you go, you can access your email from BMI!  So... You can take us with you!!

    To access your BMI email, follow these simple steps:

    • Connect to the internet
    • Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc
    • Find the address bar (not the search bar) and type in the following address: www.bmi.net 
    • Log in on the left side of the page as follows: username@bmi.net (your personal email address) and password in the password box
    • Click on the login button 
    • On the top of the page click on webmail. This brings up a second login page.
    • Click on the link that says My E-mail ends in @bmi.net  
    • Log in again, be sure to include your entire email address for the username
    • This will take you directly in to your inbox, this is where your mail resides  before it is downloaded to your Outlook Express program on your computer.

       If you are using anybody's computer but your own, this is the perfect way to check your email from WHEREVER you are!! Pretty great!!

      Viewing and sorting through spam email:

      • From your inbox click on spamfilter ((light blue link at the very top of this page)
        Now you are looking at the quarantined emails; unlike our US postal service, we give you the option of sorting through your junk mail, pretty great, huh!!

      To tell our mail server that you want to keep an email and allow emails in the future from that specific sender, you would do the following: 

      •  put a checkmark in the box to the left of the email
      • Scroll down to the bottom of the emails click on the arrow next to the words select action (in a little box)
      • Choose deliver and allow. This will do 2 things for you, first, it will send the email from the quarantined folder in to the inbox, second the email address of the sender will be added to the whitelist or allowed senders list, information on manually adding these addresses to follow

      To tell our mail server that you DO NOT want to keep an email, remove it and block future emails from the sender, you will follow these simple steps: 

      To tell our mail server that you DO NOT want to keep an email, remove it and block future emails from the sender, you will follow these simple steps: 

        To tell our mail server that you DO NOT want to keep an email, remove it and block future emails from the sender, you will follow these simple steps: 

        • From the quarantine folder you should put a checkmark in the box to the left of the email, scroll to the bottom of the list of emails and select delete (in the select action box from the drop down menu).
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