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Setting up Microsoft Outlook 2002 (XP)
Microsoft Outlook is a powerful email and scheduling program offered as part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications. This tutorial shows you how to configure Outlook to retrieve mail from your web site email account. The following screen shots are taken with Outlook2002 on Windows XP, but they should be very similar to other versions on different operating systems.
* Please note, that some Internet Service Providers require that you use their outgoing servers to send email. You may want to check with them if you cannot send email from your Outlook account.

1. Start your Outlook 2002 software. Click 'Tools' and select 'Options':
2. On the Options page, select the Mail Setup tab and click 'E-mail Accounts...'
3. On the E-mail Accounts page, select 'Add a new e-mail account' and click 'Next':
4. On the Server Type page select 'POP3' server type:
5. On the Internet E-mail Settings (POP3) page enter the email user name and e-mail address, user name and password and incoming and outgoing mail servers and then click 'Next'. You may check 'Remember password' but DO NOT check 'Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)':
User Name: userid@yourdomainname.com
(or: .org, .net, - etc.)
Incoming mail server (POP3): pop.YourDomainName.com
(or: .org, .net, - etc.)
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.YourDomainName.com
(or: .org, .net, - etc.)

6. Now click the "More Settings..." button:

7. Add authentication to your Outgoing Server settings. Please follow the below directions:

8. To test that your account is set up correctly, click on "Test Account Settings":

9. You should get a dialog box showing all tasks with a green arrow next to them. When the process has completed, click "Close":

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