How do I configure my POP3 mail account with Outlook 2003?
Posted by Phil (Netcetera) on 07 January 2008 01:41 PM
First, you need to add the mail account via your Control Panel.
Once you have created a mail account in your Control panel, open Outlook 2003 and choose the Tools menu, then Accounts.
Click the Add button in the pop up window, then choose Mail.
Enter the name you want to have displayed when you send mail to someone and click Next.
Then, enter full your the e-mail address you wish to appear in the From part of your e-mails. Usually, this is your full e-mail address (such as firstname.lastname@example.org). Click Next.
Choose POP3 for "My incoming mail server is a..." then enter mail.yourdomain.com for both the Incoming mail (POP3 or IMAP) server and Outgoing mail (SMTP) server. Click Next.
For account name, enter the full e-mail address of the account you set up in the Control Panel (such as email@example.com). Enter the password you set when you created the account in your Control Panel.
Choose your connection method. If you are using a dialup service to connect to the Internet, choose "Connect using my phone line" Choose LAN if you are using a Local Area Network set up at your home or office.
Once your account is created, highlight it in the list of Internet Accounts and click the "Properties" button. Choose the Servers tab and check the "My server requires authentication" checkbox