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How to Configure Outlook Express?

Subject -: How to Configure Outlook Express?

Description -: You will be able configure outlook express. The following steps will guide through to configure email client such as outlook express. Silicon House will not be responsible for any data loss at any time. Maintaining your email accounts properly will avoid issues such as spam, virus.configuiring outlook express will help you to down load the mails.

Required Information -:Your Email account's username and password.

Procedure -:
  1. Launch Outlook Express.
  2. Click on Tools menu.
  3. Click on Accounts.
  4. Click on mail menu.
  5. Click on the button Add .
  6. Enter Your Name in the display name field.
  7. Enter your existing email ID.
  8. Enter your mail server and smtp details. Incoming Mail Server :mail.yourdomainname.com Outgoing SMTP:mail.yourdomainname.com
  9. Enter your full email ID. [ Example ] email ID @ your domain name .com like info@microsoft.com
  10. Click on finish.
  11. Click on properties.
  12. Click on servers.
  13. In out going mail server -- Check My server Requires Authentication.
  14. Click on settings.
  15. Choose Log On Using.
  16. In Account Name Give Full Email ID [ Example : Info@domainname.com ]
  17. Supply password.
  18. Click on remember password.
  19. Click OK.
  20. Click on close.
  21. Click on SEND/RECEIVE menu >> Choose Receive All
  22. Click on unread messages to read your mails .
[ ! Notes ]
Your outlook express should not be kept opened while double clicking the file that is downloaded.

[* Tips ]
You should configure any email client such as outlook to download your emails frequently. You might not be able to access your email if your connectivity is slower. If your user name or password is wrong, you will not be able to access your email. If your account is suspended due to excess bandwidth usage or server usage, your access will be suspended.

Online Flash Tutorial for Outlook Express Configuration
 

 
How to View all mails through webmail in a win2k3 server ?

Subject -: How to View all mails through webmail in a win2k3 server ?

Description -: You can read your online e-mail using Horde. This popular web mail application allow you to read your e-mail, save them, keep an address book, and perform all of the other basic e-mail functions that you are used to. The main difference between web mail and an offline e-mail applications, such as Eudora or Microsoft Outlook Express, is that all of these functions are performed online, rather than on your own computer, and offline applications generally provide more features.The following procedure will help you to how to view mails online.

Required Information -: Your email id Username and Password.

Procedure - :
  1. Access your web mail at http://webmail.yourdomainname.com [ Example :http://webmail.crmcell.com ]
  2. Supply email id username & password.
    [ ! Notes ] Supply only the username as email ID's user name.
  3. Click on Login.
  4. You will be able to view your mails now.
    [ ! Notes ] Avoid accessing mails from public terminals. If you run out of disk quota, you may not be able to access your email.
  5. Caution : Using web mail might occupy your server space. You might run out of server space. Hence it is not advised to use web mail. Moreover, Silicon House cannot guarantee any data security.

[ * Tips ]
You might not be able to access your email if your connectivity is slower. If your user name or password is wrong, you will not be able to access your email. If you run out of disk quota, you may not be able to access your email. See maintenance section on freeing space for usage. If your account is suspended due to excess bandwidth usage or server usage, your access will be suspended.

Online Flash Tutorial -:
You can access Online Flash Tutorials at http://www.siliconhouse.org/flashdemos/win2k3/webmail.html
 
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