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You need to configure Microsoft Outlook email client in order to read your email messages using Microsoft Outlook. When you configure the email client, you must specify the SMTP and POP/IMAP server configuration to authenticate the connection.

This section provides instructions on accessing and manually setting up your mailbox using Microsoft Outlook and the SMTP server configuration required to authenticate the connection.
Please be aware that many ISPs are now blocking your ability to use your own SMTP service in their attempts to track and control spam mail. Should this be the case, you will have to set your SMTP server to that of your ISP according to their instructions.

Step 1
Start Microsoft Outlook by right-clicking on the Microsoft Outlook icon on your desktop.
Step 2
Select Properties from the menu.
Step 3
Click the Add tab.
Step 4
In the Use the following information services area, select the Internet Email checkbox.
Click Next.

Step 5
Click Set up Mail Account. The Mail Account properties window opens.

Step 6
In the Mail Account field, enter the name by which you would like to refer to your mail server, for example, Domain Mail Server.

Step 7
In the User Information area, fill in the following information:
 ♦ Name - Enter your first and last name.
 ♦ Organization -
Enter the name of your organization.
 ♦ E-mail Address - Enter your complete email address, for example, mymail@domain.com.

Step 8
Click the Servers tab.
Step 9
In the Server Information area, enter the following information:
 ♦ Incoming mail (POP3) - Enter your domain name.
 ♦ Outgoing mail (SMTP) - use your ISP email settings for SMTP.

Step 10
In the Incoming Mail Server area, enter the following information:

 ♦ Account Name - Enter the user account name as username@domain.com.
 ♦ Password - Enter the user account password.

Step 11
In the Outgoing Mail Server area, select the My server requires authentication check box.

Step 12
Click Settings. The Outgoing Mail Server window opens.

Step 13
In the Logon Information area, Select "Logon using" and enter your ISP email account logon credentials.
Please note: Some ISPs are now requiring you to register external email addresses to use their SMTP service.
Step 14
Click OK again to return to the Microsoft Outlook Setup wizard and click Next.
Step 15
Click Next again, then click Finish.
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