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Beginner's Guide

  1. All server and address entries are typed in lowercase. Your Password and UserID are case sensitive.

    1. Start Outlook, and on the Tools menu, click Accounts.

    2. In the Internet Accounts dialog box, click Add, and then click Mail. The Internet Connection Wizard will guide you through the account setup process.



    3. In the Your Name box, type your Display Name, the name you want to appear on all mail messages you send, and then click Next.



    4. In the Email Address box, type the address that you setup in your Control Panel. Click Next.



    5. Select POP3 in the "My incoming mail server is a ______ server" list.



    6. Type your incoming mail server in the "Incoming Mail (POP3 or IMAP) server" box. This server name is mail.mydomain.com (where mydomain.com is replaced with your actual domain name)



    7. Type the outgoing mail server in the "Outgoing mail (SMTP) server" box. This server name is mail.mydomain.com (where mydomain.com is replaced with your actual domain name) Click Next.



    8. Type your Account Name. This information was automatically assigned to this email account when you signed it up in your DotXtra.NET Control Panel.



    9. Type your Password. You defined your password when you setup this email account in your DotXtra.NET Control Panel.

    10. You are finished with the initial configuration of Outlook 2000. Click Next until you get to the final window. Click Finish

    11. Next, you will then be in the Internet Accounts dialog box. Double click on the account that you just created. Click on the Server tab



    12. Check the My server requires authentication box



    13. Click on the Advanced tab



    14. Change outgoing port to 25



    15. You have finished configuring your Microsoft Outlook 98