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How To Setup An Email Address In Outlook 2007
1. Open Outlook 2007, then, in the menu, click on Tools, and then click Account Settings:
2. On the "E-mail" tab, click the "New..." button:
3. On the next screen, be sure to select the first option "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP", then click Next to continue
4. At the next screen, be sure to tick the checkbox at the bottom left "Manually configure server settings or additional server types", and then click Next to continue:
5. Now select "Internet E-mail", and click Next:
6. Now the biggest part of this exercise - entering all the relevant information:
- Your Name - this is what people you send emails to will see when they get your email
- Email Address - this is the address to which people you've emailed will reply to when they reply to your message.
- Account Type - this must be set to POP3 (If you're curious, POP stands for Post Office Protocol)
- Incoming mail server - this should be (if you're hosting with us) mail.yourdomain.com - so, if your website is www.rgtwebhosting.com, your incoming mail server address will be mail.rgtwebhosting.com
- Outgoing mail server (SMTP) - NBNBNBNBNB - Outgoing mail server (SMTP) if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) IS Telkom - you can use the same as the incoming mail server mail.yourdomain.com (where yourdomain is your own domain name).
If it IS NOT TELKOM, you need to contact your ISP to get the correct outgoing SMTP mail server. o5webdesign is NOT an ISP. (The image below shows your outgoing mail server NOT Telkom).
- User Name - this is the same as your email address (once again, if you are hosting with us)
- Password - enter the password for your email address you have been given (if you don't wish to enter your password every time you send or receive emails, be sure to tick the "Remember password" box)
- Next, click on "More Settings":
7. At the top, click on the Outgoing Server tab, and the tick the checkbox "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" - and make sure to select the first Radio Button (those round ones) that says "Use same settings as my incoming mail server":
8. Next, click on the Advanced tab at the top and:
- For the Incoming server (POP3) setting, enter 110
- For the Outgoing server (SMTP) setting, enter 587
9. Click OK, then click Next, and after that, click Finish
You are now ready to send and receive emails. If you followed the steps exactly, and it still doesn't work, contact us and we'll gladly assist!