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  1. 1. Home Internet Access Installation and Use January 2003 Computer Services For Macintosh Classic Minimum hardware Requirements: PowerPC processor, 32 MB physical RAM For help and information, contact the Computer Services’ Help Desk at extension 4444. Updated 16Jan03 1
  2. 2. LCC Home Internet Access for Macintosh Classic To setup this software you must determine your OS version. To do so, start your com- puter and go to the colored apple in the upper left corner of your screen, and down to About This Computer or Macintosh. In the upper right corner of the opened window, it will show the OS version. You must be running OS 8.5.1 through 9.2.2 to use LCC Home Internet. Minimum hardware requirements: G3 or better with 64 MB RAM and 4 GB Hard Drive. Setting up LCC Home Internet Go to the Apple in the top left corner of your screen, come down to Control Panels, over to Remote Access and let go. Enter your LCC Home Internet user name (not your GroupWise name) in the name box and your assigned password (eight jumbled letters, all lower case) in the password box. Check the box to save the password. Enter the phone number as 463-4737. Go to File and Quit. When prompted to save the changes, do so. assigned name 463-4737 Again, go to the Apple in the top left corner of your screen (Apple Menu), pull down to "Control Panels" and let go. You should now have the "Control Panels" window open. Click once on the Remote Access control panel, then go to "File" and "Make Alias". You will now have a "Remote Access" alias. Move this alias to the desktop. You will initiate your LCC Home Internet session with this icon. You may want to use a similar process to create an alias for your browser as well. 2
  3. 3. Setting Up Your Browser You can use Netscape Communicator (4.7 or later) or Internet Explorer (5.0 or later) with Lane’s WebMail. Explorer will give you multiple warnings about security, and will continue to do so. With Netscape, you are presented with only one warning each ses- sion. Netscape: If you have just installed Netscape, this section covers setting it up for the first time. Double-click the icon you created on the desktop. Click the “Connect” button. When you have connected, launch Netscape. You will be presented with the New profile window. Profile Name should be your full name Your email address should be your internet address (e.g. lastf@lanecc.edu) The outgoing mail server is: mailhost.campus.lanecc.edu Leave the mail server user name blank Bypass the incoming mail server Do not import any mail settings Click “Finish” Go to the Menu Item “Edit” and come down to preferences. On the right side is an area to set your default home page. Enter http://www.lanecc.edu as shown below. Click the “OK” button, and then click the “Home” button. The LCC Home Page should be displayed. No setup is required with Internet Explorer, but if you want to be able to email from within your browser, you may have to setup Outlook Express. You will be responsible for this setup as this is beyond the support provided by Computer Services Setting up GroupWise WebMail Once online and at Lane’s Home page, scroll about two-thirds of the way down the page and click on the "GroupWise Email" link, to the left of the "Search" box. Netscape You will be presented with a series of five windows having to do with our web site’s security certificate. In the first window, click the “Next” button. Click “Next’ in the second window. In the third window, select the option to accept the certificate forever then click “Next”. Click “Next” on the fourth screen and “Finish” on the last screen. 3
  4. 4. You will not have to repeat the last five screens again. You will be presented with one more certificate message and you should click the continue button. You will have to do this each time you login to Banyan Intranet Connect. When at the Login Page, book- mark it to avoid having to retype the address each time. Help with GroupWise WebMail is available on Computer Services web page. http://www.lanecc.edu/cs/webcomp1.htm Explorer There is no setup, but you have to OK five to eight security warnings before you get to your mail (each time). Using LCC Home Internet Connecting Double-click on the LCC Remote icon on your desktop or go to the “Remote Access” control panel Click the connect button. Do not change any information in the dialup window. It has been entered for you. Wait for the connection process to complete. It will report connection established. To Use Mail Double-click the browser icon on your desktop or in your browser folder Go to Bookmarks and let go on the Novell WebMail link or Lane’s Home Page and click the Email link OK the certificate message Enter your GroupWise user name and password Click the OK button Read your mail When done, click the little door with the arrow on the left side of the window to Log Out Go to File and Quit your browser To Disconnect from the College Click on the disconnect button in the open dial-up window or go back to the “PPP/ Remote Access” control panel and then click on the disconnect button. 4