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Outlook 2010 Setup email account Guide

Email: 24web or your connection ISP will send you this information
Incoming (POP) server: 24web or your connection ISP will send you this information
Outgoing (SMTP) server: 24web or your connection ISP will send you this information
Account / User Name: 24web or your connection ISP will send you this information
SMTP Authentication: On (same Username as POP)
SMTP Port: 587

1. Launch Outlook 2010

2. Select File from the top menu bar and then Info and Add Account

Click on "Info"
Click on "Add Account"

3. On the Auto Account Set-up screen, tick Manually configure server settings or additional server types  and click Next.

Make sure that "Manual Configuration" is Ticked After making sure that "Manual Configuration" is Ticked , Click on "Next" to continue to next screen

4. Tick Internet E-mail and click Next.

Click "Internet E-mail"
After clicking "Internet E-mail", click "Next" to continue to next page

5. Enter all the relevant details (Select ‘POP3’ as the server type) and then click More Settings (Note: Outlook will auto-fill your user name, please ensure you fill in your entire email address as the username)

Once you completed all the information click "More Settings" to continue
YOUR NAME: Enter the FULL email address you received from 24web eg "you@your-domain.com"
E-MAIL ADDRESS: Enter the FULL email address you received from 24web eg "you@your-domain.com"
ACCOUNT TYPE: Select POP3
INCOMING MAIL SERVER: Enter the mail server address you received from 24web, eg "mail.your-domain.com"
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP: Enter the smtp server address you received from 24web, eg "smtp.your-domain.com"
USER NAME: Enter the FULL email address you received from 24web eg "you@your-domain.com"
PASSWORD: Enter the password  you received from 24web eg "1E3R4T4" Remember the password is case sensitive

6. Click on the Outgoing Server tab and tick My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication, also tick  Use same settings as my incoming mail server.

Make sure that "My outgoing server (smtp) requires authentication" is ticked
Click "OK" to continue to next page

7. Select the Advanced tab

Enter 587 as "Outgoing server (smtp)"
Click "OK" to continue to next page

Ensure that your settings look like the settings shown in this screen shot above. In particular, check that:

    The Incoming server (POP) port is set to 110

    The Outgoing server (SMTP) port is set to 587

,then click OK.

9. Click Test Account Settings and if you receive a green tick next to all tested items, then you have successfully setup your email account and you should now be able to send and receive emails, click close. (If not start from the top of this guide and make sure that you have entered the information exactly as your received it from 24web or your connection ISP. Be especially sure that when you “copy and paste” information that you do not by accident include an additional leading or trailing blank space.)

Click "Test Account Settings" to see if all settings have been accepted
Click "Close" to continue

10. Click Next and then Finish.

Click "Next" to continue
Click "Finish"