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Email Setup on Outlook 2007

by Support_HGI on 07-30-2015 at 07:36 PM
Setting up your email on Microsoft Outlook 2007 is super easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes. So let's do it:

  1. If you have opened Microsoft Outlook 2007 for the first time, skip the initial wizard

  2. Click on the Tools Menu

  3. Click on Account Settings

  4. In the 'Email' tab, click on New

  5. Select the default Email service "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP" and click on Next

  6. Click on the checkbox "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" below and click on Next

  7. Select the default Email service "Internet E-mail" and click on Next

  8. Enter your Name, Email Address in User Information

  9. Select Account Type as POP or IMAP. We'd suggest using POP. It'll keep a copy of your email on your computer so that view it even if you are offline

  10. Enter the Incoming mail server as pop.yourdomain.com (Ďimap.yourdomain.comí if you are using IMAP)

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to yourdomain.com

  11. Enter the Outgoing mail server as smtp.yourdomain.com

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to yourdomain.com

  12. Click on More Settings

  13. Click on Outgoing Server tab

  14. Tick "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication"

  15. Click on Advanced tab

  16. Enter the port numbers as following:

    Incoming server (POP3) - 110 | (IMAP) - 143
    Outgoing server SMTP - 587

  17. Tick "Leave a copy of messages on the server". This will ensure that a copy of your email is stored on our servers even after it gets downloaded to your Outlook.

  18. Click on OK

  19. Click Next

  20. Click Finish


Thatís it. You are all set to use your email account on your Outlook 2007.

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Email Setup on Outlook 2010

by Support_HGI on 07-30-2015 at 04:06 PM
Setting up your email on Microsoft Outlook 2010 is super easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes. So let's do it:

  1. If you have opened Microsoft Outlook 2007 for the first time, skip the initial wizard

  2. Click on the File menu

  3. Click on the Info tab

  4. Click on Account Settings

  5. In the 'Email' tab, click on New

  6. Select the default Email service "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP" and click on Next

  7. Click on the checkbox "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" below and click on Next

  8. Select the default Email service "Internet E-mail" and click on Next

  9. Enter your Name, Email Address in User Information

  10. Select Account Type as POP or IMAP. We'd suggest you using POP. It keeps a copy of your email on your computer so that view it even if you are offline

  11. Enter the Incoming mail server as pop.yourdomain.com (‘imap.yourdomain.com’ if you are using IMAP)

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to yourdomain.com

  12. Enter the Outgoing mail server as smtp.yourdomain.com

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to yourdomain.com

  13. Click on More Settings button

  14. Click on Outgoing Server tab

  15. Tick "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication"

  16. Click on the Advanced tab

  17. Enter the port numbers as following:

    Incoming server (POP3) - 110 | (IMAP) - 143
    Outgoing server SMTP - 587

  18. Tick on the option "Leave a copy of messages on the server". This will ensure that a copy of your email is stored on our servers even after it gets downloaded to your Outlook.

  19. Click on OK

  20. Click on Next

  21. Click on Finish


That’s it. You are all set to use your email account on your Outlook 2010.

Updated 07-30-2015 at 04:32 PM by Support_HGI

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Email Setup on Outlook Express

by Support_HGI on 07-29-2015 at 09:46 PM
Setting up your email on Outlook Express is super easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes. So let's do it:

  1. If you have opened Outlook Express for the first time, skip the initial wizard

  2. Click on the Tools menu

  3. Click on Accounts

  4. Click on the Mail tab

  5. Click on Add

  6. Click on Mail

  7. Enter your Display name

  8. Click on Next

  9. Enter your Email address

  10. Click on Next

  11. Select Incoming mail server as a POP3 or IMAP server. We'd suggest using POP3, it keeps a copy of your email on your computer so that you can view it even if you're offline

  12. Enter the Incoming mail server as pop.yourdomain.com (‘imap.yourdomain.com’ if you are using IMAP)

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to 'mail.yourdomain.com'
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Incoming mail server to 'yourdomain.com'

  13. Enter the Outgoing mail server as smtp.yourdomain.com

    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to 'mail.yourdomain.com'
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the Outgoing mail server to 'yourdomain.com'

  14. Click on Next

  15. Enter your Email address as the Account name

  16. Enter your existing Email Password

  17. Leave Log on using Secure Password Authentication(SPA) unchecked

  18. Click on Next

  19. Click Finish

  20. You'll now see the Email account created in the Mail tab. Just a few more additional steps and you're good to go

  21. Select your mail account

  22. Click on Properties

  23. Click on the Servers tab

  24. Tick My server requires authentication

  25. Click on the Advanced tab

  26. Set the Port for Outgoing mail(SMTP) to 587

  27. Set the Port for Incoming mail(POP3) to 110 (Note - If you're using IMAP, you need to set it to 143)

  28. Tick Leave a copy of mesages on server. This will ensure that a copy of your email is stored on our servers even after it gets downloaded to your Outlook Express

  29. Click OK

  30. Click on Close


That’s it. You're all set to use your email account on your Outlook Express.

Updated 07-30-2015 at 04:36 PM by Support_HGI

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