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Crabby's guide to Outlook profiles versus e-mail accounts
Article Crabby Office Lady These days, I find it very difficult to keep track of my kids, let alone my various e-mail accounts with their separate calendars and contact...
Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007...
Leave e-mail messages on your e-mail server
Article When using a POP3 account, you can specify that messages are saved on the mail server so that you can access messages from multiple computers.
Outlook 2003
Remove an Outlook.com account from Outlook
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 Microsoft Outlook® 2000 and 2002 If you no longer want to send and receive Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail) e-mail messa...
Outlook 2003
Choose e-mail accounts and folders to check for new items
Article You can send and receive messages from one, several, or all of your e-mail accounts automatically at specified intervals, or manually. When using an Offline Fol...
Outlook 2003
Troubleshoot e-mail accounts
Article I typed in my e-mail account user name and password but my account still doesn't work. Your password and user name may be case sensitive, depending upon the spe...
Outlook 2003
About e-mail accounts
Article You can get the e-mail service you need by adding an e-mail account to Microsoft Outlook using the information provided to you by your administrator or Internet...
Outlook 2003
About connecting to your e-mail server
Article You can connect to your e-mail server either by using a local area network (LAN), a dial-up networking connection by using a traditional (such as a 28.8 or 56K)...
Outlook 2003
What is an Exchange Server e-mail account?
Article Important notice for users of Office 2003     To continue receiving security updates for Office, make sure you're running Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) . The...
Outlook 2003
Add or remove an e-mail account
Article Important notice for users of Office 2003     To continue receiving security updates for Office, make sure you're running Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) . The...
Outlook 2003
Add another person's mailbox to your account
Article Important notice for users of Office 2003     To continue receiving security updates for Office, make sure you're running Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) . The...
Outlook 2003
Use Outlook with Comcast e-mail
Article Show All Hide All Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 Microsoft Outlook® 2002 You can use Outlook with your Comcast e-mail account. The following steps wi...
Outlook 2003
View or change e-mail account settings
Article On the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts . Select View or change existing e-mail accounts , and then click Next . Clic k the e-mail account you want, and t...
Outlook 2003
About connection behaviors
Article Connection state determines whether Microsoft Outlook can connect with the e-mail server. You can specify that each time you start Outlook, a specific state is ...
Outlook 2003
I can't access my MSN account
Article Show All Hide All MSN Internet Access version 5.3 or earlier accounts are set up with POP3 (POP3: A common protocol that is used to retrieve e-mail messages fro...
Outlook 2003
Demo: Got Exchange? See how to check
Article Watch the demo Have you ever tried to follow the steps in a Help topic, only to find that the command or menu being described isn't there? Some Outlook features...
Outlook 2003
Change the display name that e-mail recipients see
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003, Microsoft Outlook® 2002 Do your e-mail recipients see only part of your name, for example only your first name, but y...
Outlook 2003
Switch to another Outlook e-mail profile
Article Show All Hide All Open the Mail Setup dialog box. How? In Microsoft Windows XP In Control Panel, double-click User Accounts , and then click Mail .  Note    If ...
Outlook 2003
Don't keep my POP3 e-mail messages in the Exchange Inbox
Article If your profile contains both a Microsoft Exchange Server and POP3 e-mail account and you use the default setting to deliver all new e-mail messages to the Ex...
Outlook 2003
Make an e-mail account the default
Article If you are using more than one account, you can specify which account is the default so that it will be the first account to be processed. Microsoft Outlook sen...
Outlook 2003
Change an e-mail account name
Article An e-mail account name is the name that appears in the list of e-mail accounts you have created. If you use more than one e-mail account, when you create a new ...
Outlook 2003
Have replies to your messages sent to a different e-mail account
Article This feature is not available when using a Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail account. You can specify a different account to be used when a recipient sends a rep...
Outlook 2003
Specify which e-mail account to use to send a message
Article If you have set up multiple e-mail accounts in Microsoft Outlook, you can specify which account to use when sending a message. In the message, click Accounts...
Outlook 2003
Update Outlook with your new e-mail account password
Article Show All Hide All If your Internet service provider (ISP) (ISP: A business that provides access to the Internet for such things as electronic mail, chat rooms, ...
Outlook 2003
Change your ISP e-mail account information
Article Show All Hide All Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 Just when you think that you have everything set up in Outlook 2003, along comes change. Perhaps you...
Outlook 2003
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