Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 14: Managing E-Mail with Outlook
Chapter 14
Managing E-Mail with Outlook
In This Chapter
Configuring e-mail account settings
Creating e-mail
Adding file attachments
Reading e-mail
Deleting e-mail
Microsoft Outlook is the personal organizer portion of Office 2010,
able to handle information such as your appointments, names and
addresses of important people, and list of to-do tasks. However, the most
popular uses for Outlook are reading, writing, and organizing your e-mail.
Configuring E-Mail Settings
The first time you run Outlook, you need to configure your e-mail account
information. To retrieve e-mail from your account within Outlook, you may
need to know the following:
Your name
✓ The username of your e-mail account, which might be JSmith (for Joe
Smith)
Your e-mail address (such as JSmith@microsoft.com )
✓ Your e-mail account password
Your e-mail account type (such as POP3 or IMAP)
✓ Your incoming mail server name (such as pop.microsoft.com )
Your outgoing mail server name (such as smtp.microsoft.com )
 
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