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The most common email communication system in practice is POP (Post Office Protocol). Microsoft outlook is the most popular email program for windows operating system. There are alternatives (to Microsoft office outlook 2007) like opera, thunderbird, windows live mail etc. we discuss these alternatives in upcoming articles.
Please note: Incoming and outgoing server details may differ with other service providers. Bellow details are given assuming that you are using cPanel. For Godaddy, the server configuration may differ. If you are not sure of your service proveder or need help, you are welcome to take my help.
Bellow is the detailed procedure for configuring the pop email in MS Office outlook 2007 on your personal computer or laptop. Configuration details for Outlook 2010 also mostly similar with little graphical interface differences.
Step 1: Open Outlook. Select Account Settings… from the Tools
Step 2: On the E-mail tab, click New
Step 3: Select POP3 from e-mail service options
Step 4: Select “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and click Next >
Step 5: Select Internet E-mail and click Next >.
Step 6: Enter the following information for E-mail Accounts.
- Your Name: Enter the name you wish
- Email Address: Enter your full e-mail address
- Account Type: POP3
- Incoming mail server: Enter mail.yourdomain.com
- Outgoing mail server (SMTP): Enter mail.yourdomain.com
- User Name: Enter your full e-mail address
- Password: type your password
- Click More Settings…
Step 7: Click on the Outgoing Server tab, and check the box My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. Then choose to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
Step 8: Click on the Advanced tab.
- Under Incoming Server (POP3), the port number should be set to 110.
- Under Outgoing Server (SMTP), the port number should be set to 25.
- Click OK
Step 9: Click Next.
Step 10: Click Finish.
Step 11: Click Close
Still if you find difficulty in configuring the setup, call me on 7702090993 or email me to email@example.com .