How to configure an internet e-mail account in outlook?
Outlook is a part of Microsoft office suite. It is a personal information manager, mainly used as an email application. It can be used as stand alone application and it also includes calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing. It supports user to import mails from different servers. Here is a simple tutorial to learn how to configure webmail in Microsoft outlook.
Step 1: Click Start and select Outlook Express.
Step 2: Outlook Express window opens as shown in the below image.
Step 3: Under Tools, select Accounts.
Step 4: Internet Accounts window opens. Under All tab, select Add → Mail.
Step 5: Provide the user name and click Next
Step 6: Provide the email address. This is the mail ID which others uses to send mails to you. Again click Next.
Step 7: Provide the E-mail server names. You need to give both incoming mail and outgoing mail server as your domain name or server IP address and proceed further by clicking the Next.
Note: Dont use the word "mail" before your domainname.
Step 8: Here provide the Account name and password that your provider given for you and click Next.
Step 9: You will receive a notification message after successful configuration of your email address. Click Finish.
Step 10: Now under Mail tab, select your account then click Properties.
Step 11: Under Servers tab, enable "My server requires authentication" check box.
Step 12: Now under Advanced tab, enable the SSL check box for both Outgoing and Incoming mail. Click Apply check box and then click OK. Now your webmail will be configured in Microsoft outlook.