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Help!! I can't seem to get it right. Could you please take me by the hand and show me how to set it up.
Thanks so much.
Eternally grateful
Lenore
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OK, Lenore.  Exactly what services are you trying to set up?  By services I mean what kind of email accounts do you want to access via Exchange?
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Go to Tools
Select Services
Select Exchange Server (if this is the service you want)
Also add, Personal Address Book (Usually used regardless)

When you get to the select server window, type in the name of the server, then check names to see if the name you have is registered on the server. If the name does not come back with a underline, also the name of the server will come back underlined, you do not have a corretly spelled name, or the name does not exist at all.

You may also add Internet Mail the same way, but you will need the pop server and other information regarding the account.  

Now if you do install Internet Mail along with your Exchange Server service, you will need to configure the dial-up if that is how you get to Internet mail. Since you didn't say what exactly you want to install, I agev you the usual. You may also install Microsoft Mail service, but I will assume you do not have any Microsoft Mail servers. If you do, it's very easy to add that service.

If you require more information regarding this setup, please explain the background so I can be as specific as possible.
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