Email Setup Instructions - Outlook 2007

1) In Outlook 2007, go to the Tools Menu and select Account Settings.  The Account Settings window will open.



 

2) Click New.

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3) The Add New E-mail Account window will appear.  For E-mail Service please select POP3 and click Next.

 


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4) You will want to by-pass the automatic account set-up.  To do this please check the box in the lower left corner labeled Manually configure server settings or additional server types.

Then click Next.


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5) Since you are configuring an E-mail account, here you will select Internet E-mail
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Click Next.


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6) In the Internet E-mail Settings screen, please enter your personal and Copper.net information as follows:

Your Name: Your first and last name.
Email: your Copper.ner email address.
Incoming: mail.copper.net
Outgoing: mail.copper.net
Username: the first part of your email address, before @.
Password: your password.

Please ensure that Remember Password is checked.

NOTE: FOR ALL OTHER DIAL-UP COMPANIES, THE USERNAME NEEDS TO BE THE FULL EMAIL ADDRESS (EXAMPLE@COMPANY.COM)

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7) Next, you will need to click on the More Settings button on the right side of the window.  This will bring up a new dialog box labled Internet Email Settings. 

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8) Click on the Outgoing Server tab.

Click the checkbox for My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

Click OK. 


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9) Now you are back to the previous e-mail settings window.  Here you will need to click Next.


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10) Your email account is now ready to be used.  Click Finish to return to the inbox and check your email.


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KBID: 58
Categories: "Email Setup Instructions"
Keywords:
Application(s): "Outlook 2002"
Operating System(s): "Windows 95", "Windows 98", "Windows ME", "Windows 2000", "Windows XP Home", "Windows XP Pro"
Created: 12/1/2007
Last Updated: 6/17/2008
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