The implementation principle of SpeedPost is: by Foxmail itself completes the work of SMTP server, send the mail to the recipient's mailbox directly. When executing, Foxmail needs to call the domain name server (DNS) to query the IP address of the recipient's mailbox server, so the domain name server address must be filled in the system.
Domain Name server address can be filled in the Windows System Icp/ip Properties dialog box, or through the Foxmail menu "options → system settings", in the pop-up dialog box select "Mail Express", fill in the Domain Name server IP address.
To obtain a domain name server address in your area, you can perform the "Winipcfg" (Windows 98) command from the pop-up dialog box "Details" through windows "Start → run". or execute cmd (Windows 2000/xp) into the command line, and then perform ipconfig viewing.
Start Foxmail, open the Tools menu, and then click the "System Settings" item in the pop-up Drop-down menu.
Select the "Mail Express" tab, in the "Domain Name server 1 (2)" To fill in the IP address, and then the following "Mail sent after the success of the prompt," a hook on it.
Use this feature to send a message, just click on the "SpeedPost" button in the toolbar in the Written mail window.
Mail SpeedPost can only be sent to one recipient, and only one e-mail address can be filled in at the recipient.