Microsoft Outlook Email Setup

Follow this Microsoft Outlook Email Setup guide to configure your domain name email to the Microsoft Office Outlook email program.

You will need to have a purchased copy of Microsoft Office suite installed with the Microsoft Outlook email application included. If you don’t have Office then try the free Windows Live Mail program for your emails.

Before continuing make sure you have your email accounts (username and password) setup and email settings from your hosting provider.

Microsoft Outlook Email Setup 2010

Setting Up Your Domain Name Email Address in Microsoft Outlook 2010.

  • Open Microsoft Outlook and click on File in the top menu then the Add Account button.
  • The Auto Account Setup will popup, enter your E-mail Account details:

Your Name: Enter your name.
E-mail Address: Enter your email address.
Password: Enter your email account password.

  • Enable the Manual setup or additional server types box and click next.
  • Choose Service POP or IMAP and click next.
  • Enter your POP and IMAP Account Settings:

Server Information

Account Type: POP3
Incoming Mail Server: from your hosting provider
Outgoing Mail Server: from your hosting provider

Login Information

User Name: *Enter your email address (*IMPORTANT).
Password: from your hosting provider

  • Click on the More Settings… button
  • On the Internet E-mail Settings popup select the Outgoing Server tab.
  • Enable the My Outgoing Server (SMTP) requires authentication box.
  • Select the setting Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
  • Click Ok

You should have now configured your email click on the Test Account Settings… button to see if the account is sending and receiving emails.

Microsoft Outlook Email Setup 2003 – 2007

Setting Up Your Domain Name Email Address in Microsoft Outlook 2003 | 2007.

  • Open Microsoft Outlook and click on E-mail Accounts then Tools from the menu.
  • The E-mail Accounts wizard will popup, click on Add a new e-mail account and then Next.
  • Select the server type as POP and click next.
  • Enter your email settings as shown below:

Your Name: Enter your name.
Email Address: Enter your email address.
User Name: *Enter your email address (*IMPORTANT).
Password: Enter your email account password.
Incoming mail server: from your hosting provider
Outgoing mail server: from your hosting provider

  • Click on the More Settings
  • On the Outgoing Server tab check the My outgoing server SMTP requires authentication box.
  • Choose Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
  • Click OK, Next then Finish.

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