Steps We’re Taking in Response to COVID-19:
In order to comply with the CDC regulations with Covid-19 guidelines, we will be adjusting how we service you in order to safely assist our customers. During the time our technician is at your location, we ask that you allow him to work without contact. Should he need to come inside your facility, we will be following the safety guidelines of maintaining at least 6 ft of distance. During this time, he will be wearing a mask and gloves for his and your safety. We value our staff and our customers highly. If there is someone in your residence with a weaker immune system, or is currently ill, please let us know prior to your appointment as we will arrange another time when it is safe to do so. We will do everything in our power to follow safety guidelines during this time. We ask that our customers do the same.

In an effort to maintain the health of our employees and in order to best service your needs, our business office is temporarily closed to walk-in traffic. Re-opening of our office is subject to change based on federal and state guidelines.

Email Setup – Windows Live Mail


1. Open Windows Live Mail.
2. Click on the “Windows Live Mail” menu.
3. From the drop down menu, select Options > Email Accounts.

4. Double click on the Email address you are looking to configure.
5. Click onto the Servers tab.
6. Enter for both the incoming and outgoing mail.
7. Enter your Email address and password.
8. Verify that My server requires authentication is selected.

9. Click onto the Advanced tab.
10. For both Outgoing Mail (SMTP) and Incoming Mail (IMAP or POP3), select This server requires a secure connection (SSL)
11. Change the Outgoing mail (SMTP) Port number to 587.
12. If using IMAP, change the Incoming mail (IMAP) Port number to 993.
13. If using POP3, change the Incoming mail (POP3) Port number to 995.

14. Click Apply, Congratulations your email account is set up for Windows Live!