How to Setup Microsoft Outlook ?

Monday, March 15, 2010 ·

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 is a personal information manager developed by Microsoft. It is a part of Microsoft Office 2007, and is available both as a separate application as well as a part of the Microsoft Office 2007.

It is mainly used as an e-mail application for sending and receiving e-mails. It also contains a Calendar, Task Manager, Contact Manager, and note taking application. With this article, I aim at offering Microsoft Office 2007 help, as it contains tips and tricks for using Outlook effectively.
Many of the companies provide Microsoft product support and also provide help for Microsoft outlook. If you are unable to setup an account in Microsoft Outlook, then the following steps might help you on how to set up Microsoft Outlook:

STEP 1: Firstly, you need to find the type of account for each of your e-mail accounts like (POP3, IMAP or HTTP). You should also know the name of the incoming mail server, such as:, and the name of the outgoing or SMTP mail server, such as: You can get all this information in the service provider FAQ file or by e-mailing the service provider.

STEP 2: Start Outlook Express and select ‘Accounts’ from the ‘Tools’ menu. Now, click on the ‘Mail’ tab.

STEP 3: Click ‘Add’ which is on the right side of the box and choose ‘Mail’. The ‘Internet Connection Wizard’ will appear.

STEP 4: Now, type the display name for the account and click ‘Next’.

STEP 5: Click the top radio button if you already have the new account. Write the name of the account and click ‘Next’.

STEP 6: Now, type the mail server information, which you collected in the first step and click ‘Next’.

STEP 7: Type the user name as it shows on the account. For example, the account name of is "feedback."

STEP 8: Now, type the password to access the account. You can contact the e-mail service provider if you don’t remember the password. If you don't want Outlook to prompt you for the password each time, then you can also check the ‘Remember Password’ box.

If you will follow the above steps, you can easily configure any e-mail account with Microsoft Outlook.


sara said...
March 23, 2010 at 5:18 AM  

Thanks for giving such very useful & good info for setting up Microsoft outlook.

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