How to configure Outlook 2010

Set up Outlook 2010 to retrieve and send email from our mail servers (replace "HostingAccountDomain.com" with your actual domain name).
 
  • Open Outlook.
  • Click the "File" tab, then select "Account Settings" This will bring up the Account Settings Window.
  • On the "E-mail" tab, select "New" This will open up a wizard.
  • In the "Choose Service" window, select "E-mail Account" and click "Next >"
  • In the "Auto Account Setup" window, select "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and click "Next >"
  • In the "Choose Service" window, select "Internet E-mail" and click "Next >"
  • In the "Add New Account" window, populate the fields with the information found in Control Panel Site Tools > Email
 
User Information
  • Your Name: The name you want to appear in outgoing emails (e.g., John Smith)
  • E-mail Address: The email address you want to appear in outgoing email (e.g., username@HostingAccountDomain.com)
 
Server Information
  • Account Type: Select "POP3" for Account Type
  • Incoming mail server (POP3): mail.HostingAccountDomain.com
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.HostingAccountDomain.com
 
Logon Information
  • User Name: The user's full email address (e.g. username@HostingAccountDomain.com)
  • Password: The user's email account password.
  • Make sure "Remember Password" is checked.
  • Click the "More Settings" button.
  • Click the "Outgoing Server" tab.
  • Make sure "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" is checked and "Use same settings as my incoming server" is selected.
  • Click "Next >" Outlook will perform some tests to make sure the settings are working correctly. Close the "Test Account Settings" window when it's done.
  • Click "Finish" to end the wizard.
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