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Introduction to Outlook Express
Outlook Express is one of the most popular
If you're running Windows 98, you might have noticed
called Outlook Express
lurking on your Desktop.
Outlook Express comes shipped with Windows 98.
If you're still on Windows 95 and would like to get Outlook Express,
you only need to install the free Internet Explorer 4 browser.
You can find Internet Explorer 4 on almost every magazine cover CD.
To launch Outlook Express, double-click on its shortcut located
on your Desktop, or press
and click Outlook Express icon.
If you're currently using Outlook Express continue reading to learn
about its exciting features...
If you're sending and receiving email with Eudora or Netscape Messenger
and want to switch to Outlook Express, you will see how you can easily
do it by the end of this tutorial.
The first time you run Outlook Express, you will need to setup an internet mail
account, just make sure you have all account information: username, password
(usually the same
as Dial-up connection), SMTP and POP3 server -this is
where all your messages are stored,
it's like a mailbox.
Every time you
want to send/receive a message, Outlook Express logs on
to the server and retrieves all emails.
Double-click on Outlook Express shortcut to launch the program, or
go to Start>>Programs>>Internet
Explorer and press Outlook Express
A window appears displaying a list of folders, choose
where you want to store all the messages by selecting a folder.
Next, you will be prompted to enter your account
information just follow the instructions and fill in your
settings, remember to press
Next to go to the
For the meantime we will not setup a News account, so
Click Finish to finalize all
account settings and launch Outlook Express.
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