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Email Configuration

 

 

Microsoft Outlook Express


Open the Outlook Express, Select Tools/Accounts on the top menu bar.
A windows called Internet Accounts pops up:

Click on the Add button at the upper right corner of this windows, and then select Mail as shown below:

Now you need to write your Real Name or the name of your business (if it is an email account for commercial porpuses).  This is important cause it is the name people gets as "the sender" of the messages.


Now enter your email address:

Enter your domain name as the Incoming (POP3) Server and the Outgoing (SMTP) Server,. 
 

Very Important information

When using your domain name as the SMTP server, you must always check for mail before being allowed to send mail (POP before SMTP).  This is under the advance options Tab

 


Enter your Account Name and Password as shown below.  This is the same user name and password provided by you web hosting company.

Click on the Finish button.



Close the Internet Accounts window. 
Ok, you can now send and receive messages from your email account.


 


 

 


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