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Microsoft outlook will not connect the exchange server 2003. i am able to ping the address and access via web mail. I am also connected via VPN, and able to connect to the network drive. Any advice

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Microsoft Web Access won't send mail


If you are trying to send or receive an email in Microsoft Outlook and the password doesn't work, you can check a number of different things. Microsoft Outlook validates your email account with your email provider using various settings. Once it has validated your settings, it will send or receive email. It is not only useful to set up your email correctly but essential if you wish to use Microsoft Outlook.

Gather all of the email settings for your email account. These will be located on your email provider's website in an FAQ or support section. If in doubt contact your email provider to provide all of the settings. Look for any of the following terms: POP, SMTP, IMAP, SSL, SPA, server, and port number. Make a note of all of these. Determine when the problem exists. Check if the problem occurs when sending an email, receiving an email, or both. If the password error only happens with either sending or receiving, this narrows down the source of the problem. Click "Start," type "Outlook" and press "Enter" to open Microsoft Outlook. Click "File > Info > Account Settings." Select your email account and click "Change." Click the "Incoming mail server" field, if your error was when receiving email but not sending. Enter the full "incoming mail server" address as provided by your email provider. If your email is "IMAP" then change the "Account Type" to display "IMAP." Click "More Settings > Advanced." Make sure that the incoming server "Port" number is the same as your email provider stipulates. If your provider requires SSL, then click "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)." Click "OK." Click the "Outgoing mail server" field, if your error was when sending email. Enter the full outgoing server address. Click "More Settings > Advanced." Make sure the "Outgoing server" port is correctly set. If your email provider requires encryption, then select the correct type from the drop-down menu. Click "OK." Click the "password" field and make sure you have entered the correct password. If your mail provider requires "SPA," then click the "Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)" to enable it. Click "Next" and then "Finish." Your password should now work. Hope it helps.

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I cant configure gmail account in my e5 phone


Your Nokia E51 phone is capable of many connection options with wireless services, including the ability to connect to email servers and receive email messages. You have access to your inbox, mail folders, and the capability to send and receive messages wirelessly from your email account. If you have email through Outlook Web Access, you can access emails from your Microsoft account.
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Set up Outlook Web Access
1 Press down on the "Menu" button on your phone and then click on the 'Set up e-mail" icon. You can also select "Main menu," then "Email" and then "New."
2 Click on the selection for "Messaging" and then click down on "Options." Select the option for "Settings," then "E-mail." Select "Options" when the application opens and then click on "New mailbox."
3 Make sure that the email setup wizard starts up. Click the option to "Start e-mail setup." Click the option for "Mail for Exchange."
4 Type your email address in the address field and then type your password in the password field. The default password for many Nokia devices is "12345."
5 If you use a different username for the Outlook Web Access, type in the username. Otherwise, leave this field blank.
6 Type in the "URL" from which you access Outlook in order to check your mail. Click on the option for "Next." Wait as the message "Connecting to Mail for Exchange server" displays on the Nokia.
7 Read the terms and conditions and then click on the option "OK" when you accept. Make sure the window "What to sync" appears. Click on the "E-mail" option to sync your email to the Nokia and then click "Next."
8 Click the option for email to either "Delete from phone" or "Keep on phone." Select "Delete" in order to free memory on the device.

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Configure ms outlook 2007 to access my office mail it shows my inbox mail but dont shows my outbox mail or sent item & also contact list .Before outlook configure i access my outlook through web mail ....


ahhhh ok you want to access your Sent mail folder and contacts which you used when you used Outlook Web Access(OWA) "outlook through web mail" to connect to your Office Exchange mail server

in order to get this you have to configure Outlook 2007 to connect to exchange server. Do the following steps
  1. if you are running outlook close it as you can not configure exchange accounts when it is running
  2. if you are running vista, xp or 7 click on the start menu and right click on email and go to properties
  3. click on email accounts
  4. select "view or change existing accounts" click next
  5. click on any of the previously configured accounts and remove them
  6. click add
  7. select microsoft exchange server click next
  8. type name of the exchange server (you must get this from your administrator) and type in your username (name which you used to use through web mail) click on next
  9. click on finish
  10. open outlook 2007 and you should see all your previous contacts and sent items
hope this helps

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I have problems to set up my account with Microsoft Office Outlook


If you are using Microsoft office outlook 2007, open your outlook, a wizard will appear, under email accounts click yes,click next, then under auto account setup, click check box on manually configure server settings then next, choose a.) internet email, (if you have your incoming and outgoing mail server), then next, then supply all information needed, account type pop3, name, email address, account name (must be the complete email address) incoming and outgoing then password, then next then hit finish or choose b.) Microsoft exchange (if you have an exchange server and you are on a network or a company) then next, fill out the information needed, your exchange server and your email address then click finish.
If you are using Microsoft office 2003, the process is just the same..
but, if you already have an existing email on your outlook and you want to modify it, go to tools, then email accounts (2003) or tools, option, mail setup, then email accounts, (2007), on the new window, double click the existing mail then supply again all the informations needed: name, email address, account name (must be the complete email address) incoming and outgoing then password. test if successful by sending an email to your own email address

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I am trying to configure my mail account in outlook, mail id is pradeep@seacape-shipping.com


ok if you want to configure the mail account in outlook than you have to 2 important thing about your web server or mail server or exchange server what ever you say it. This thing are 1>incoming mail server address (POP3) 2> out going mail server (SMTP). if you have both than u can configure outlook by opening it and goto --> Tools --->accounts-->mail-->add -->mail and than follow the instructions ok

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Delete the email accound and create it again but dont check the exchange option. Use POP3.

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Either using Outlook (local access), Outlook Web Access (Internet access) or Exchange ActiveSync (Smartphone/PDA access).
All of these methods allow you to access your Contacts.
They use MAPI (Mail Application Protocol Interface).

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Click on tools --> accounts --> highlight your mail account and click change. In the box where it says Microsoft Exchange Server, enter the server name or IP address. Hit next / finish and you should be fine. Make sure your credentials are OK

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it's probably because yahoo doesn't recidnise the ip of the mail server, is it connected to a domain name?

but in yahoo you can probably set your server to be allowed in (on user level)

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