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The instructions below will walk you through setting up your domain email in Microsoft Outlook

Outlook 2002/2003

  1. Start Outlook and click on Tools on the menu bar
  2. Select the E-mail Accounts option. This will open a new window
  3. Choose the "Add a new e-mail account" option
  4. Click on the Next button
  5. Choose the "POP3" type for the server type
  6. Click the Next button
  7. Under the "User Information" fields, enter in your name and your email address
  8. Under the "Server Information" fields, enter in mail.yourdomain.com for both incoming and outgoing servers (remember to use your own domain name here)
  9. Under the "Logon Information" field, enter your email address and password
  10. Click the "More Settings" button
  11. Click the tab that is labeled "Outgoing Server"
  12. Click in the box next to "My outgoing server requires authentication"
  13. Make sure the "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" is selected
  14. AT&T, Verizon, Rogers, Shaw, Bell, Qwest, and Cox Internet Customers Only, see extra step: Click on the Advanced tab. Change outgoing port to 101
  15. Click on the OK button
  16. Click on the Next button and then on the Finish button

Outlook 2007

  1. Start Outlook and click on Tools on the menu bar
  2. Select the Accounts Settings option
  3. Select the “Email” tab and click the “New” button
  4. Select the “Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP” option
  5. Click the Next button
  6. Click in the box labeled “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” on the lower left-hand side of the screen
  7. Under the "User Information" fields, enter in your name and email address
  8. Under the "Server Information" fields, enter in mail.yourdomain.com for both incoming and outgoing servers (remember to use your own domain here)
  9. Under the "Logon Information" field, enter in your email address and password
  10. Click the "More Settings" button
  11. Click the tab that is labeled "Outgoing Server"
  12. Click in the box next to "My outgoing server requires authentication"
  13. Make sure the "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" is selected
  14. AT&T, Verizon, Rogers, Shaw, Bell, Qwest, and Cox Internet Customers Only, see extra step: Click on the Advanced tab. Change outgoing port to 101
  15. Click on the OK button
  16. Click on the Next button and then on the Finish button

Outlook 2010

  1. Start Outlook and click on File on the menu bar
  2. Select the Accounts Settings option
  3. Select the “Email” tab and click the “New” button
  4. Select the “POP3 or IMAP” option
  5. Click the Next button
  6. Click in the box labeled “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” on the lower left-hand side of the screen
  7. Under the "User Information" fields, enter in your name and email address
  8. Under the "Server Information" fields, enter in mail.yourdomain.com for both incoming and outgoing servers (remember to use your own domain here)
  9. Under the "Logon Information" field, enter in your email address and password
  10. Click the "More Settings" button
  11. Click the tab that is labeled "Outgoing Server"
  12. Click in the box next to "My outgoing server requires authentication"
  13. Make sure the "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" is selected
  14. AT&T, Verizon, Rogers, Shaw, Bell, Qwest, and Cox Internet Customers Only, see extra step: Click on the Advanced tab. Change outgoing port to 101
  15. Click on the OK button
  16. Click on the Next button and then on the Finish button

Outlook 2013

  1. Start Outlook and click on File on the menu bar
  2. Select the Accounts Settings option
  3. Select the “Email” tab and click the “New” button
  4. Select the “ POP3 or IMAP” option
  5. Click the Next button
  6. Click in the box labeled “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” on the lower left-hand side of the screen
  7. Under the "User Information" fields, enter in your name and email address
  8. Under the "Server Information" fields, enter in mail.yourdomain.com for both incoming and outgoing servers (remember to use your own domain here)
  9. Under the "Logon Information" field, enter in your email address and password
  10. Click the "More Settings" button
  11. Click the tab that is labeled "Outgoing Server"
  12. Click in the box next to "My outgoing server requires authentication"
  13. Make sure the "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" is selected
  14. AT&T, Verizon, Rogers, Shaw, Bell, Qwest, and Cox Internet Customers Only, see extra step: Click on the Advanced tab. Change outgoing port to 101
  15. Click on the OK button
  16. Click on the Next button and then on the Finish button
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