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Bitmessage Mail Gateway Setup Guide
In this case, replace all # with @
This Document briefly explains how to register and setting up your Account.
You cannot send Bitmessages from/to your regular E-Mail account, so read this carefully.
Registration with this Page
Registration is very easy and quick.
You can register yourself on this page.
Sending and receiving Bitmessages usually works within 15 minutes.
Go to the E-Mail Administration and log in using your new E-mail address and Password.
Feel free to change any Settings you wish.
If your password is not working, you can reset it.
You are now ready to go. Give People your Bitmessage address (the Part in front of the @)
so they can reach you over bitmessage, give them the full address and they can
send E-Mails to you. You can register one alias for your address.
The alias is usable as a normal E-mail address but cannot be used to log in or send bitmessages.
Using the Web Mail
To access your E-Mail Account,
go to the Webmail and log in using your Account data.
When Sending Messages to a Bitmessage user,
it is recommended to use the Squirrel Webmail
so the Message is more readable in Bitmessage clients.
Receiving Bitmessages and E-Mails is done automatically.
You do not need to run any Application or client for it.
Sending E-Mails works the regular way, enter the destination address(es) into the "To" Field
and write your E-Mail.
Sending Bitmessage Messages is a bit more complicated,
enter <BM-Addr>#bitmessage.ch to reach a Bitmessage user,
replacing "<BM-Addr>" with his Bitmessage address.
Please note: Bitmessage Addresses are case sensitive!
Using an E-Mail client
see the FAQ for the connection Parameters.
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