Setting Up Outlook 2007

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Outlook 2007 Configuration is easy.

  1. Right click on the Microsoft Outlook icon on your desktop.
  2. Click Show Profiles. Click Add.
  3. Type your full name as your Profile name and click OK.
  4. Click Check the box next to Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click Next.
  5. Click Internet E-mail and click next.
  6. In the Your Name field, enter your name. In the E-mail Address field, enter your email address (e.g.
  7. From the Account Type menu, select POP
  8. In the both the Incoming and Outgoing mail server field, enter (i.e. your domain name with "mail." in front of it.)
  9. In the User Name field, enter your entire email address again.
  10. Click the More Settings button.
  11. Click the Outgoing Server tab, then verify the following.
    My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication: Checked
    Log on using: Checked
    User Name: Your whole email address
    Password: Your Password
    Remember password checked
  12. Click the Advanced tab. Verify the following, then click OK.
    Unless you know how to setup SSL or TLS, there should NOT be a check by - This server requires SSL
  13. Under delivery, Check all three boxes and enter 14 days.
  14. Click Next, then Finish.