Precaution while using WiFi
Secure your desktop email program
If you use a desktop email program such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird or others, you must make certain that it s configured to use SSL/secure connections for sending and downloading email. Typically, that means that when you configure the email account in your email program, you need to: 1 Configure your POP3 or IMAP server for accessing your email selecting theandSSLand, andTLSand, or andSSL/TLSand security option, and usually a different port number. 2 Configure your SMTP server for sending email selecting andSSLand, andTLSand, or andSSL/TLSand security option, and usually a different port number such as 26,465, or 587 instead of the default 25. The exact settings and whether or not this is even possible depends entirely on your email service provider; you ll need to check with them to determine the correct settings to use. How you configure these settings, of course, depends on the email program that you use.