Tutorials – Outlook 98 / 2000 / Express 4, 5, 6
1. From the “Tools” menu, select “Accounts”.
2. Choose “Add”, then “Mail”.
3. Enter your name, as shown below:
4. Enter your E-mail address. (email@example.com)
5. Select “POP3 server”, then enter your POP and SMTP server names:
Incoming mail (POP3) server: mail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: mail.yourdomain.com
6. Enter your POP username and password, as shown below:
Your account name is your email address that you are setting up. If you are setting up a information email (firstname.lastname@example.org) email@example.com would be your account name.
7. If prompted, select your connection method. In most cases, you’ll want to select “I will establish my Internet connection manually.” For those who want Outlook to dial up automatically, select “Connect using my phone line.”
Connecting through you phone line requires a modem. Connecting using my local area network (LAN), (or Local Area Network) requires a network connection, DSL, or cable modem.
8. Once finished the last step you must enter your account. At the top menu select: Tools, then Accounts, and then your account. Under the servers tab, look at the section named “Outgoing Mail Server”. Make sure the box beside “My server requires authentication” is checked off.
9. Press “Apply” and “OK”. You are now ready to send and receive email
Please note if you are experiencing problems sending out emails, please try the settings below.
1. Go to Internet E-Mail Settings
2. Under the Advanced tab, change the Outgoing Server SMTP Port from 25 to 26.