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I have a new time capsule to back up my mac, and want to set up a new internet service provider

In the building where we live there's a BT service provider and network. I want to set up a new service provider to work with my mac, and eentually disable the BT home hub as we've had problems wth it

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You can use your Time Capule as a starting point but you will still have to use the Internet providers ADSL or Cable modem as a conduit to the internet. 

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New email with bt internet on I pad


If I understand correctly, you have an email account with btinternet. You say you haven't been able to access your inbox since 12th of July and posted this on the 13th. I don't think that 1 day is really enough time to start asking for solutions. It might just be a case of one of BT's servers going down. And if you want to find out why there's a problem and how to remedy the situation you should contact the people providing you with the service. BT.

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My e-mail address is christine.north@btinternet.com, and when I type in my e-mail password my e-mail inbox does not open


it sounds like you are BT customer. if you want to use their email (don't, instead, open up a Gmail account and route your things there but:) then BT can help you with the email client settings. if you can log on here https://signin1.bt.com/login/emailloginform then your account is okay. the Mac Mail is an email client, it needs to be set to log onto BT Mail. For that BT has to authorize the access, so they have the instructions how to set up mail. Likely, that you need to create an Account, similar to Yahoo that has a port number and secure logon setting. Likely, they send this page to you: http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/9962
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Hi:
You need to provide more details, specifically:
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2) What version of OS X is on your Mac?
3) What application are you using to check your mail? (Mac Mail? logging into a web page and checking mail in your browser?
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You cannot reverse the BT page back to Yahoo. Back in May, BT announced it would no longer make Yahoo Mail the default mail client for it's 6 million customers due to concerns their accounts were vulnerable to getting hacked.

Yahoo has since fixed many of the issues that concerned BT and if you prefer Yahoo Mail you can always visit http://mail.yahoo.com and set up your own account for free, although you would also have a new email address.

If you did create a new account you can always automatically forward the emails from the BT account to your shiny new Yahoo account.

Hope that helps!

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Your PPPoE info should have been given to you when you signed up for your internet service(some ISPs even print the info somewhere on your hub/modem), otherwise you'll have to call them up and get the info from them. It's also important to know that if you're ISP doesn't use PPPoE you should leave these settings blank on your 360 or it won't connect.

Since you haven't connected to the live yet I'll assume you're still on the older dashboard so it should go like this:

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4. On the Additional Settings tab, select PPPoE Settings.
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font.f1 {font: 12.0px Helvetica} font.f1 {font: 13.0px Helvetica} Thanks for asking your question with FixYa Support, I am glad to be able to assist.

I was going to map out some steps for you, but one of my articles that I have access to, is comprehensive (and effective enough)to detail steps for resolving an an issue like this, where a Windows PC cannot access a Time Machine network, this is the article for you:

Problems with connecting a PC to a Time Capsule

So try this article and let me know if it helps. If you have more questions, please feel free to reply back to this post.

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If you can detect wireless connections in your area, then you have a wireless card in your Apple.
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