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How to configure Outlook to use POP account as default

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I have outlook configured with two accounts.  One is an Exchange account and the other is a POP3 account.  I want to set the POP3 account as the default and send email via the POP3 SMTP server settings.
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It depends on which version of outlook you have.  In 2007 it's Tools -> Account settings -> Set as default.  It should be similar in previous versions, but I'm not rightly sure.
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Go to Tools --> Email Accounts --> View or change existing email accounts --> Select your prefer account and click Set as Default.

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