The following images are Outlook snap shots of how your e-mail accounts should be setup. Replace the domain name “yourdomain.com” (shown as example) with your own.
Click “Tools” and select “E-mail Accounts”
Select “Add a new e-mail account and click “Next”.
Select “POP3” and click “Next”
Fill all the feilds accordingly as shown but replace “yourdomain.com” with your own domain name.
Click “More Settings...”
Under “General” tab, fill in your name or any other friendly word to easily identify this account in Outlook.
Under “Outgoing Server” tab, enable “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
Under “Connection” tab, select “Connect using my local area network (LAN)” if you are on HighSpeed Internet.
Or select “Connect using my phone line” if you are on Dial-Up.
Under “Advance” tab, this is how your settings should be.
Click OK and then click “Next”. You should get a “Congratulations” confirmation window and your account is ready to be used.
IMPORTANT: If you cannot sent mail using the above settings, your ISP does not allow you to use your own domain name as SMTP server, please edit your e-mail account to change your outgoing mail server (SMTP) to your ISP’s and disabled outgoing mail authentication... Please contact your ISP for more information about sending mail.
Click “Tools” and select “E-mail Accounts”.
Select “View or change existing e-mail accounts” and click “Next”.
Click ONCE on “John Doe” and click on “Change” button.
Change “Outgoing mail server (SMTP):” to your own ISP’s SMTP server. Ex: smtp.sympatico.ca.
Click “More Setting...”
Under “Outgoing Server” tab, uncheck “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
Click OK and finish all windows.