Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Within Outlook Express, go to the Tools menu, choose Accounts. Select the Mail tab.
I assume you only have one mail account.
Select that one account and click Properties button.
Select the Servers tab.
Under Incoming Mail Server you will see Account name and Password. The Account name will be your email address. The password box is will be what your password is for that account.
If you do not know this password, you will need to go to the support website or call the company who provides you with your email account.
Again, assuming you only have one email account, this account will most likely be your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Call them or use their support links to reset your password. Then come back and put that in to the password box.
NOTE: If you are using a DSL or cable modem, you may need to reprogram the modem with your new password as the primary DSL/cable account may use the same password as your primary email account. Your ISP can help you with that.
Or, re-post here and someone can provide you steps to do that.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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