Microsoft Outlook 97
This document will help you configure Microsoft Outlook 97 to check your domain e-mail.
YOU MUST FIRST CREATE AN EMAIL ACCOUNT TO USE. For instructions on creating a POP account in your control panel, click
here. Also, please note that Outlook 97 is historically problematic. We suggest that you use either Outlook 2000 or Outlook Express if you do not have the MS Office 2000 Suite.
Step 2 From the Tools menu, select Services.
Step 3 In the Services dialog that pops up, you will need these information services installed.
Internet Mail - for sending, accessing, and receiving mail from your domain account.
Outlook Address Book - to store contacts that you frequently use.
Personal Folders - for storing your mail locally in your Outlook program.
We recommend only having these installed in order to avoid conflicts. To add services,click Add and selecting the ones you are interested.
Step 4 Once you are ready, highlight Internet Mail and click Properties. A new dialog box will pop up.
Enter the following information (as shown in the image above):
Your E-mail address (in the format firstname.lastname@example.org)
Your Mail Server (yourdomainname.com)
Your Account name (the same as your username you created in your control panel)
Your Password (the same password you created in your control panel)
Step 5 Click OK to save this information.
This will bring you back to
the Services dialog box. Click OK and you are done!.
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