Open Microsoft Outlook.
On the Tools menu, select Email Accounts.
Mark Add a new email account, click Next.
Mark POP3, click Next
Enter in your Name, your email address (in the format of firstname.lastname@example.org), & your User Name & Password.
NOTE: We HIGHLY recommend using your ISP's (Internet Service Provider) SMTP Server. This is due to certain ISP's installing Port Blocking on the Sending Port 25.
Now, you'll be asked to provide the names of the mail servers you use. Here is the information you need to know:
- Incoming mail server is mail. followed by yourdomainname.com.
- Outgoing mail server is mail. followed by yourdomainname.com.
Enter the information as shown here:
Click on the More Settings button. Click on the Outgoing Server tab. Check My server requires authentication. Mark Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
Now, click OK, click Next, click Finish to save all of your information!
Helpful Pointers for using Outlook:
- Outlook (OL) automatically checks for new messages periodically while the program is open and you are connected to our service. If at any given time you want to force the software to check for messages immediately, simply click the Send and Receive button in Internet Mail.
- If OE seems to hang while sending and receiving messages, you can restart that process by telling it to Stop and then click Send and Receive again.
- To write a new message, simply click on the New Mail button. Make sure you enter in the full Internet e-mail address correctly to ensure the message gets where it's supposed to go.
- When replying to a message, just click the normal Reply button. This will send your reply to the author of the message that you're replying to.
- If a message you're replying to was sent to a group of people, you can click the Reply to All button to send your reply to everyone on the list, but it is advised that you do this only when necessary.