The Foxmail automatic dialing feature allows users to choose to use Windows 98 dialer to send and receive mail, thereby eliminating manual dialing. Perform the System Setup command on the Foxmail Options menu, click the Network tab in the System Settings dialog box, and then choose your own way of surfing the web. If you have established several dial-up connections (such as 163, 169, and so on) in Windows 98, you should also select which Dial-up connection Foxmail automatically uses in the Connection list box.
In addition, you can check "automatically disconnect after sending and receive messages" and "use any connected dial-up connection" as needed (that is, when the user is already networked, Foxmail automatically uses the connection to send and receive mail, without having to redial), and so on. When you click the OK button, Foxmail has the ability to automatically dial and disconnect.