Microsoft Outlook email account
On the Internet Explorer toolbar at the top of the
choose Tools >Mail and News > Read Mail. Outlook
Express will open.
On the Outlook Express toolbar, choose Tools
> E-mail Accounts.
The Internet Accounts window will open.
On the Internet E-mail Accounts window, select the
Add a new
e-mail account and then click Next
On the Internet E-mail Accounts new window
select POP3 Then Click Next
This will open a new Outlook Express window for
your e-mail setup into which you will enter
information regarding your domain email account. (This tells
Outlook Express whose mail is coming in and/or going out.) After
entering the required information on each screen, choose Next to
continue the setup.
enter your Name
enter your e-mail address which is your firstname.lastname@example.org
enter your Incoming mail server(pop3):
enter your Outgoing mail server: Your ISP
(SMTP) if you don't know ask your ISP.
In the above window
we used Comcast Outgoing mail server as an example
enter your user Name
enter your Password
Click next and your email account is set
Post Office Protocol (POP).
A standard mail server protocol that requires you to download new messages
to your local computer—although you can choose to leave copies
on the server. With POP, you can store all your messages,
including sent mail, drafts, and custom folders, on one computer
only. By contrast, IMAP allows you to permanently store all your
messages and any changes to them on the server, where you can
access them from any computer. Most ISPs currently support POP.
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