Access email directly from your web browser.

If you prefer to access your emails directly from your web browser without using any email client software.

  1. https://michellemcquaid.com.au/webmail
  2. Enter your email address and password.
  3. Select an application you want to use to open your emails.

And that’s it. Upon selecting an application it will display all your emails on the screen.

 

Access email using an email client software.

When you access an email account through a desktop or mobile email application such as Outlook, the email application will require specific information about your email account and that information is available below.

Secure SSL/TLS Settings (Recommended)
Username: name@domain.com (your email address)
Password: Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server: domain.com (replace with the domain of your email account e.g. michellemcquaid.com, thewellbeinglab.com, etc etc)
IMAP Port: 993
Outgoing Server: domain.com (replace with the domain of your email account e.g. michellemcquaid.com, thewellbeinglab.com, etc etc)
SMTP Port: 465
Authentication is required

Non-SSL Settings (This is NOT recommended but may be the only option for some mail apps)
Username: name@domain.com (your email address)
Password: Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server: mail.domain.com
IMAP Port: 143
Outgoing Server: mail.domain.com
SMTP Port: 25
Authentication is required

 

Apple Mail

Follow these steps to set up Apple Mail to sync with your email via IMAP :

  1. On your Mac, open System Preferences.
  2. Click Internet Accounts.
  3. Click Add Other Account…
  4. Select Add a Mail account and click Create.
  5. Complete the full name, full email address and password fields.
  6. Click Create.
  7. A message will appear saying “Account must be manually configured”. Click Next.
  8. For the Incoming Mail Server Info, select the IMAP for account type. Complete the required fields: Mail Server, User Name (enter your full email address), and Password.
  9. Click Next.
  10. For the Outgoing Mail Server Info, fill in the required fields: SMTP Server (mail.example.com), User Name (enter your full email address), and Password.
  11. Click Create.
  12. Your account is now created and you’ll see an account summary page.

Mac Mail is now set up to send and receive emails using IMAP.

Outlook

If you would like to configure Outlook to sync with your email via IMAP, please follow the steps below.

    1. Click on the File tab in the upper-left corner of the Outlook window..
    2. Click Add Account.
    3. Select Manual setup or additional server types. Click Next >.
    4. Select POP or IMAP. Click Next >.
    5. In the Add Account window:
      • Enter your name and email address.
      • Account Type drop-down – select IMAP.
      • Set Incoming mail server to details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com
      • Set Outgoing mail server (SMTP) to details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com
      • Enter your Login information (User Name and Password).
    6. Click More Settings…
    7. Switch to the Outgoing Server tab.
    8. Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
    9. Switch to the Advanced tab.
    10. In the Server Port Numbers section:
      • Set Incoming server (IMAP) to 993.
      • Use the following type of encrypted connection – select SSL.
      • Set Outgoing server (SMTP) to 465.
      • Use the following type of encrypted connection – select TLS.
    11. Click OK at the bottom of the Internet E-mail settings window.
    12. Click Next> in Add Account window to test and save your account settings.

 

Android
  1. Tap the Settings icon (typically displayed as a gear).
  2. Go to Accounts.
  3. Tap Add Account.
  4. Select Personal (IMAP).
  5. Enter your email address and tap Next.
  6. Enter the password to your email address and tap Next.
  7. In the Server field, enter the details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com and tap Next.
  8. In the SMTP Server field, enter the details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com and tap Next.
  9. Choose your desired Account Options and tap Next.
  10. If you would like, you can change the default Account Name, which helps you differentiate this account from other email accounts on your device, or Your Name, which is displayed on messages you send. Finally, tap Next to complete the setup process.
IPhone
  1. From the Home screen, choose Settings.
  2. Next, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  3. In the Accounts section, tap Add Account.
  4. For email account type, choose Other.
  5. Select Add Mail Account under the Mail section.
  6. Enter your account information.
  7. On the next screen, enter your account details.
    • Incoming Mail Server
    • Host Name: incoming server details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com
    • User Name: name@domain.com
    • Password: Use the email account’s password
    • Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)
    • Host Name : outgoing server details provided, e.g. michellemcquaid.com
    • User Name: name@domain.com
    • Password: Use the email account’s password
  8. Once the email configuration is added, tap Next to continue.
  9. Choose what information you want to sync with your phone and tap Save to save the entered information. Your iPhone will then verify your account information.
  10. Upon successful completion, you will be taken back to the Mail screen. Your account will now be listed in the Accounts section.

 

Setting up Email Signatures

 

Logo
Name Name
+61 #########
name@thewellbeinglab.com
www.thewellbeinglab.com
chellemcquaid

 

 

Logo
Name Name
0418 ### ###
name@thestrengthslab.com
www.thestrengthslab.com
chellemcquaid

 

 

Logo
Name Name
041# ### ###
name@theleaderslab.com
www.theleaderslab.com
chellemcquaid

 

 

Logo
Name Name
0402 ### ###
name@thechangelabs.com
www.thechangelabs.com
chellemcquaid

 

 

Logo
Name Name
0402 ### ###
name@educationlab.com
www.educationlab.com
chellemcquaid

 

 

Steps to apply your signature in Outlook

  1. Copy signature to the clipboard
  2. In Outlook 2016/2013/2010 click, File to go to the Backstage view.
  3. Go to Options.
  4. Click the Mail tab and then Signatures in the Compose messages section.
  5. Create a new signature by clicking the New button.
  6. Paste the copied signature into the Edit signature section (Ctrl + V).
  7. Click OK.

Steps to apply your signature in Outlook on the web (Office 365)

  1. Copy signature to the clipboard
  2. Go to the Outlook on the Web message content settings (log in to your Office 365 account if you weren’t already logged in).
  3. Paste the copied signature directly in the signature editor.
  4. Save changes by clicking the Save button above the signature options.

Steps to apply your signature in Gmail

  1. Copy signature to the clipboard
  2. Login to Gmail/G-Suite.
  3. Click the gear icon in the upper right corner and choose Settings.
  4. On the General tab (default), scroll down to the Signature section.
  5. Paste the copied signature in the Edit signature section (Ctrl + V).
  6. Choose whether to insert the signature at the very bottom of the conversation chain, or under the latest replies (optional).
  7. Scroll down and click Save changes.

Steps to apply your signature in Exchange Online

Note! This guide shows how to set up an Office 365 global email signature. You need Office 365 global admin permissions to do it. If you wish to apply the signature on the user’s end, e.g. in MS Outlook, change the email platform in the top left corner of this generator and follow the instructions.

  1. Copy signature to the clipboard
  2. Log in to Office 365 with admin’s credentials.
  3. Go to Office 365 admin center (Choose Admin from the list of available apps).
  4. On the admin center menu (bottom left), choose Exchange.
  5. Go to mail flow > rules.
  6. Click the plus (+) button and choose Apply disclaimers.
  7. In the window that opens, name the new rule and define conditions under which the signature should be applied.
  8. Click Enter text on the right-hand side of the window and paste the copied HTML code.
  9. Confirm by clicking the Save button.