How to set up your email account in Outlook Express

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How to set up your email account in Outlook Express [SSL]

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  1. Open Outlook Express.
  2. Click on “Tools” located on top and click on “Accounts”.
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  3. Click on “Add” followed by “Mail”.
  4. Enter your name in the Display name: field and click “Next.
  5. Enter your email address (e.g.: username@domain.com) in the E-mail address:field and click “Next”
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  6. You may select either “POP3” or “IMAP” as your incoming server from the dropdown menu under “My incoming mail server is a *type* server.
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  7. Enter your incoming mail server name  mail.domain.com in the Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP or HTTP) server: field. Alternatively, you may use server.vodien.com example duck.vodien.com
  8. Enter your outgoing mail servermail.domain.com in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: field.  Alternatively, you may use server.vodien.com example duck.vodien.com. After you have entered both server names, click on “Next”.
  9. Enter your email address (e.g.: username@domain.com) in Account Name: and enter your email password in Password:. Click on “Next” when you completed this step.
    • Check in the Remember Password box, if you do not want to be prompted for the password each time you send or retrieve emails

    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]

  10. Click on “Finish”
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  11. Double click on the newly created account.
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  12. Select “Servers” at the top tab and check the My server required authentication under Outgoing Mail Server sub.
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  13. Click “Apply” and click on the “Advanced” tab located at the top.
  14. Enabled both Checked box for “This server requires a secure connection(SSL)” and change the outgoing port to “465”
    Email Set up : Outlook Express [SSL]
  15. Click “Apply” and “Ok
  16. Your Account has been successfully set up
How to set up your email account in Outlook Express [Non SSL]

If you wish to access your email account with Outlook Express, please follow the instructions below on how to set up email with Outlook Express (Non SSL).

Set up email with Outlook Express [Non-SSL]

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  1. Open Outlook Express.
  2. Click on “Tools” located on top and click on “Accounts”.
  3. Click on “Add” followed by “Mail”.
  4. Enter your name in the Display name: field and click “Next.
  5. Enter your email address (e.g.: username@domain.com) in the E-mail address:field and click “Next”
  6. You may select either “POP3” or “IMAP” as your incoming server from the dropdown menu under “My incoming mail server is a *type* server.
    Set up email with Outlook Express
  7. Enter your incoming mail server name (e.g: mail.domain.com) in the Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP or HTTP) server: field.
  8. Enter your outgoing mail server name (e.g: mail.domain.com) in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server: field. After you have entered both server names, click on “Next”.
  9. Enter your email address (e.g.: username@domain.com) in Account Name: and enter your email password in Password:. Click on “Next” when you completed this step.
    • Check in the Remember Password box, if you do not want to be promted for the password each time you send or retrieve emails

    Set up email with Outlook Express

  10. Click on “Finish”
    Set up email with Outlook Express
  11. Double click on the newly created account.
    Set up email with Outlook Express
  12. Select “Servers” at the top tab and check the My server required authentication under Outgoing Mail Server sub.
    Set up email with Outlook Express
  13. Click “Apply” and click “OK”.
  14. Click on “Close”.
  15. Your Account has been successfully set up.

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