Configuring A New Email Account - Outlook XP / Outlook 2002
Begin by opening Outlook 2002.
Click the "Tools" menu at the top and you will get a
Click on the "E-mail Accounts" option and a new window
Select the Add a new e-mail account option.
Click the Next button.
Select the "POP3" option.
Click the "Next" button.
Fill-in the boxes.
The "Your Name" box is for the name you want to show up on
your email (it can be anything you want.)
For E-mail Address enter your full email address
Type in mail.yourdomain.com for the incoming mail
server and mail.yourdomain.com for the outgoing mail
Type in your full email address email@example.com in User
Enter your password into the Password box. Put a check in the Remember
Click on the More Settings.. button in the lower right corner after
you've filled in the boxes.
Enter your E-mail address in the top box.
Organization can be left blank.
Enter your email address in the Reply E-mail box.
Click the Outgoing Server tab.
Check the box My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
Check Use same settings as my incoming mail server radio box.
Click the "Connection" tab.
Select your connection method: If you are on a network, select Connect
using my local area network (LAN).
If you select the Phone-Line option, make sure that the bottom box
underModem has your current ISP's connection. (If not,
click the little arrow at the far right of that box to choose your ISP's
Click the "Test Account Settings..." button.
If any "Tasks" don't get a green checkmark then write them down. Double
check all your settings and try the test a second time. If some of the
tasks fail, plesae call Tech support and be sure to tell the tech that
you are using Outlook 2002 (XP) and that you did a test connection which
identified certain areas where you aren't able to use your e-mail (Those
are the areas that didn't get a green checkmark).
If you successfully tested your account settings then click
the "Close" button. In the prior window, click the "Next"
button and then click the "Finish" button in the final window.