E-mail Client Setup: Outlook
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(POP3) | Changing
Account Information (POP3) | Exchange
Setup process for Outlook
(Note: this tutorial is based on Outlook 2003
for setting up POP3 accounts. If
you are using a different version of Outlook your experience
may differ. If you are using Microsoft Exchange, contact your organization's
IT (Information Technology) department/administrator.)
E-mail Account Setup (POP3)
1) Open up Outlook. If you are using Windows, you should be
able to find in the Start menu under All Programs.
2) Once Outlook is open, click on the Tools menu at the top,
and the select the E-mail Accounts option.
3) This will open the E-mail Accounts Wizard. On step 1, choose Add
a new e-mail account under the e-mail section. Then click
4) On step 2, choose POP3, then click Next.
5) Step 3 takes in all the essential e-mail account information. Under
User Information enter your name and e-mail address.
Under Server Information enter mail2.christwebs.com for
both the Incoming and Outgoing mail
server. For Logon Information enter you e-mail address for User
and your e-mail account Password.
If you want to change the number of days that mail is left on the
server or other setting, click the More Settings ... button.
the Delivery section which allows you to keep
a copy of you e-mail on the server for a number of days. This is useful
if you often use multiple e-mail clients to check you e-mail account
with and you want to keep them both current.
Changing Account Information (POP3)
1) Open Outlook, click on the Tools menu
at the top, and the select the E-mail Accounts option.
Click View or change existing e-mail account. Then click
2) On step 2, select the account you wish to change. When selected,
click Change ....
3) You can make changes to your account using the same procedures
from step 5 on account setup above.
Exchange Server Accounts
Christwebs only provides POP3 server accounts. However, your organization
may be running a local Exchange server which we direct e-mail to. Please
contact your organizations IT (Information Technology) department/administrator
if you need any
additional information about using Exchange.