mail configuration

Posted on 2000-04-28
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Last Modified: 2010-04-14
I made some mistake with my mail server setting and now I cannot send or receive mail using either Outlook Express or Microsoft Outlook.

How do I get this to work again?
Question by:congtu

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vvk earned 60 total points
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In Outlook Express go to Tools->Accounts. Select Account name you want to reconfigure, press Properties Go to Server tab and edit information you need. Or you cand delete account and recreate it with correct settings.
In Microsoft Outlook it depends on wich mode it configured to use: Corporate or Internet only. In internet only prucedure is same as for Outlook Express. In corporate mode you need to go to control panel< double click on Mail icon. In appeared dialog you can change properties of service you need

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thank you

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