Outlook '02/'03

Website: Microsoft Outlook '02/3
Licence: Software to be purchased at Microsoft

Sample Configuration parameters:

User Information:
Your Name: Name Surname
E-mail Address: user@your-domain.com

Server Information:
Incoming (POP3) Mail Server: pop.your-domain.com
Outgoing (SMTP) Server: smtp.your-isp.com
Account Name: user@your-domain.com
Password: Mailbox Password

("your-domain.com" refers to the name of your registered domain with eConsultant)

Guidelines for New Email Account set-up:

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  1. Launch Outlook '02/3
  2. Select 'Tools' form the top menu bar

3. Select 'Email Accounts'
4. On the pop-up, select 'Add a new e-mail account' and select 'Next'
5. Select 'POP3' as the Server Type

6. Enter all the relevant details

7. Check that the following Internet Email Settings are correct: POP3 and SMTP Servers; Your username should be your full email address

8. Select 'Next'

9. Select 'Finish'

10. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail

Below are further guidelines, should you be unable to use the SMTP server of your ISP, or should you not know what the SMTP server of your ISP is (please note that these guidelines continue from step 7 above):
11. Select 'More Settings'

12. On the pop-up, select the 'Outgoing Server' tab

13. Ensure that the 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication' checkbox is selected, as well as 'Use same settings as my incoming mail server'

14. Select 'OK'

Guidelines for Existing Email Account set-up:

 


15. Launch Outlook '02/3Select 'More Settings
16. Select 'Tools' from the top menu bar
17. Select 'Email Accounts'
18. On the pop-up, select 'View or change existing Email accounts' and select 'Next'

19. Select the account that is sending/receiving email from your domain name under the list of Email Accounts

20. Select 'Change...'

21. Check that the following Internet Email Settings are correct: POP3 and SMTP Servers ; Your username should be your full email address

22. Select 'Next'

23. Select 'Finish'

24. Your Outlook mail program should now be set up to send and receive mail

Below are further guidelines, should you be unable to use the SMTP server of your ISP, or should you not know what the SMTP server of your ISP is (please note that these guidelines continue from step 7 above):
25. Select 'More Settings'

26. On the pop-up, select the 'Outgoing Server' tab

27. Ensure that the 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication' checkbox is selected, as well as 'Use same settings as my incoming mail server'

28. Select 'OK'

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