Setting up an email account with Microsoft Outlook 2010
Follow these steps to configure your account in MS Outlook.
1 : Open Outlook
2 : Click on File tab
3 : Under Account Information, Click on [Add Account]
4 : Select [ Manually configure server settings and additional server types ]
5 : Click on Next
6 : Select Internet E-mail
7 : Click on Next
8 : Now Fill Up the form carefully
9 : In [Your Name] enter any name you want to enter.
10: In [E-mail Address] Enter your email address.
11: Select POP3 in Account Type
12: In [Incoming mail server (POP3)] enter [ mail.yourdomainname.ext ]
13: In [Outgoing mail server (SMTP)] enter [ mail.yourdomainname.ext ]
14: In [User Name] Enter your full email address.
15: In [Password] Enter password for this account.
16: Uncheck the option [Remember Password] if you dont want to remember password, otherwise leave it checked.
17: Click on [More Settings ...]
18: Click on [Outgoing Server]
19: Check [My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication]
20: Select option [Use same settings as my incoming mail server]
21: Now clik on Advanced and select "Auto" in option [ Use the following type of encrypted connection ]
22: Press [OK]
23: Now click on [Test account Settings]. It will show your configurations are correct or not.
24: Now close this window.
25: Press [Next>]
26: Press [Finish]
27: Process Completed
Hopefully this setup works.
If it does not, kindly use your ISP's SMTP or contact your Network Administrator
You can also checkout the video tutorial as well :
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