Outlook Express / Outlook 2002 [POP3]
POP3 (Post Office Protocol) Mail is the most common mail access protocol that allows your email client (Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, Eudora, Netscape Messenger, etc.) to download your email messages to your computer so that you can read them later without being connected to the Internet. This feature is especially important if your connection time is chargeable.
See POP3 Mail page for more details.
|Mail Server Type:||POP3|
|Incoming mail (POP3) server:||mail.yourdomain.com|
|Outgoing mail (SMTP) server:||mail.yourdomain.com|
To setup a POP3 email access from Outlook Express and Microsoft Outlook 2002 (Windows), here's a step-by-step guide:
- Run Outlook Express or Microsoft Outlook 2002
Click Tools, select Accounts...
Click Add, select Mail...
Enter your display name (friendly name):
Click Next >
Enter your full email address (eg. email@example.com) in the 'Email address:' field, and click Next >.
Enter mail.mydomain.com in the 'Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP or HTTP) server:' field.
Enter mail.mydomain.com in the 'Outgoing mail (SMTP) server:' field. Click Next >
Enter your email address (Account name) and password:
Click Next >
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