How do I check my work emails from home
Which email account ??
Access Work Email From Home
Sometimes, the regular workday isn't enough time to get your
day's work done.
Taking work home has become a way of life for many people.
If you're one of these people, the ability to access your
work email from home is essential to your success.
Ask your workplace's technical support department for help to log on from home.
Some offices set up web access to your email from home, and
your tech support department can instruct how to take advantage of this
One popular way employers provide this is through Microsoft
With Microsoft Web Access, you can log in using any web
browser and access your email from any web-enabled computer.
If your office uses Outlook for email, ask if you can set
up your home computer to access your email through Outlook.
You will need your login information and your incoming and
outgoing mail servers from your tech support department.
If your company provides POP or IMAP access, visit
From the homepage, enter your email address and password to
log in to your email from any web browser.
Set up a free Gmail email account.
If you use Outlook for email at work, you can automatically
forward all email you receive to your Gmail account.
Gmail also provides automatic filtering features that enable
you to automatically organize incoming mail.
Ask your IT department if remote computer access is
Once set up, remote computer access lets you
work from home by accessing and controlling your work computer.
Check your work email at home
Sometimes you want to check your work email at home and vice
versa using multiple computers. Here is how
Most people find it easiest to use our web based email system to check for
messages while not at the office.
Check with your IT guys to find out what's the URL
However, you want to check your email just like at work,
using Microsoft Outlook.
This will require some configuration on your part.
Setup for email programs vary, however your email program
will ask for the following information: username, incoming server (POP or
IMAP), outgoing server (SMTP), return address, name etc
Open Microsoft Outlook, On the Tools menu, click E-mail
Select Add a new e-mail account, and then click Next.
Select POP3, and then click Next.
In the Your Name box, type your full name the way you want
it to appear to other people.
In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail user name followed by
Under Server Information, do the following:
In the Incoming mail server (POP3) box, type mail.yourcompany.com
In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type smtp.yourcompany.com.
Under Logon Information, do the following:
In the User Name box, type your user name provided by your company.
In the Password box, type your password.
Select the Remember password check box
To verify that your account is working, click Test Account
If there is missing or incorrect information, such as your
password, you will be prompted to supply or correct it.
Make sure your computer is connected to the Internet.
Hit OK, you're done!
Aug 12, 2013 |