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I have never used Outlook. When i double-clicked and start configuring for my mails, it asks for MailServer(POP3/HTTP/IMAP) and corresponding SMTP Server.
I dont know what they mean. I use a LAN network computer with Windows 2000.

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Hi jaggybala1,

it is asking for the mailserver.... are you in an exchange environment? if not then your e-mail address is what? say someone@aol.com then the mailserver would be mail.aol.com and the smtp address (to send) would be smtp.aol.com

Hope This helps
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sorry for late....i want my outlook to be configured iny jaggybala@yahoo.com

any help?
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these docs will help you

if you have outlook 98 or 2000 this doc http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/pop/pop-05.html


if you have outlook xp or 2003 then this doc http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/pop/pop-28.html

hope this helps
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