Internet connection has never been set up on your computer before, clicking
on the Internet Explorer Icon should start the "Internet Connection Wizard".
You can start the Connection Wizard manually by going to: Start | Programs
| Internet Explorer | Connection Wizard.
MICROSOFT IE 4.0 - WNDOWS 98
Setup Options - Choose the 2nd option. "I have an existing Internet
account through my phone line or a local area network (LAN). Help me set
up my computer to connect to this Internet account."
On the next screen, make sure the 1st option is checked.
"Accessing the Internet using an Internet service provider or a local area
Setup Your Internet Connection
Connect using my phone line.
User name and Password
Advanced Options - Click "No" to bypass these options.
Username: your Hevanet email@example.com.
Password: your initial password
Connection Name - change to Hevanet.
Say "Yes" to set up your Mail Account.
Internet Explorer 4.0 uses Outlook Express for Email. To check your settings,
Your Name - Your name as you want it to appear on the emails you send.
Email Address - your Hevanet email address.
My incoming mail server is a POP3 server.
Email Server Names
POP3 - pop.hevanet.com
SMTP - mail.hevanet.com
Login Using - your Hevanet login name and password.
Friendly Name - Hevanet Mail
Setup News Account - No
Setup Internet Directory Service - optional
CONNECTING TO HEVANET
To start your Internet session double click on the Internet Explorer
Icon. You should see a Connect To Hevanet window. Make sure your Hevanet
login name and password are in the username and password fields. Click
on Connect to start your modem dialing.
If you get any error messages, see the Troubleshooting
By default Internet Explorer is set to start from Microsoft's Web page.
We recommend that you set Hevanet's Home Page as your starting page. To
do so, in the Address field of Internet Explorer replace the text currently
there with https://web.hevanet.com/search.html
and press Enter. Then click on View, Internet Options. On the General Tab,
click on Use Current. The next time you start up Internet Explorer, you
will go directly to Hevanet.