Click on Add
a new e-mail account radio button and then click
the Next button.
Cick on the POP3
radio button then click the Next button.
Enter the mail
account name in the Your Name field. Usually this will
be your full name e.g.Tom Lewis. Don't just enter
Tom or recipients won't know which Tom the email is from.
For generic email addresses (like sales@) enter the full
email address here, e.g. email@example.com.
In the E-mail
address field enter the actual email address to be used.
This must start with an identifier made of normal characters
and dots and must end in @ followed by your domain name.
In the Incomming
Mail Server (POP3) field enter mail.itpartnership.com.
Similarly in the
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) field enter mail.itpartnership.com.
In the User Name
field enter your full email address; i.e. in this case
you would enter firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't omit
In the Password
field enter your password. We often set this to 123.
Make sure there is a tick in the Remember Passwordtick
Click the More
Change the first
field on the General tab from mail.itpartnerhip.com to
the mail account name, Tom Lewis in this case
Then click on
the Outgoing Server tab, and put a tick
in the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication field,
as shown below. Leave the dot in the Use same settings
as my incomming mail server radio button.
Click on the Connection tab
if you need to setup how this email account connects to
Click OK to
save your changes and return to the E-mail Accounts wizard,
then click Next and Finish to
return to the Outlook 2002 main screen. Now you can send
and receive emails using the new mail account.