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How do i set up two email accounts in outlook 2003

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Hello gpetrie


this might guide you along
Setting Up Your E-mail in Microsoft Outlook


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Go into "tools" then "accounts" Internet accts,click on add then mail .

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Ms outlook email problem


more information required.

Can you send email?
Can you receive email?
Is this on a home network or a work network?
What type of mail account are you using? POP3, Exchange?
What Os are you running?
What version of outlook are you using? 2003, 2007, 2010?

Mar 29, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Can't send email in outlook. please advise.


Can't send email in outlook
Outlook is an email client, much like outlook express or Windows Live mail.
TO work correctly the email client has the information already set up in to be able to contact the mail server (the computer with your email messages), and also authenticate you as a user (an email address and password).
In some cases you also need to configure the email servers (basically provide the server information directly to the system)
The newer version of Outlook can try to detect these settings, with decent success.

In order to make it work, open Outlook and click set up new email account.
Provide your name, email address, and password, servers, etc.

Since you didn't provide the name of the email provider (yahoo, msn, gmail, etc.) I will assume you know the specifics for it.
Also note that some free email accounts do not work well with Outlook. I know MSN and free yahoo mail accounts don't work very well.

Jan 10, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Just purchased Microsoft office home, would like to put my existing email into outlook 2010. I may have put the wrong info into outlook when setting up. I cannot get back into that part to make...


You can remove the profile and recreate a new profile in outlook

Follow the steps below to remove and add a new profile
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829918

You have not mentioned your email account you need to check the account setting with the email service provider

Jan 06, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I recently upgraded an Office 2003 application to Office 2007.The Office Outlook settings,mails and other items were automatically imported when i started outlook 2007on one user account which already had...


Recheck the exchange/mail server properites and confirm they are correct. Also, check and see if it is set to Cached Exchange mode.

In Office 2007, select Tools > Accounts Settings. Then make sure the correct email account is selected and select Change while the Email tab is selected.

Nov 03, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Need 2 enable pop3 dont know what 2 do says i need this 2 send and recieve emails via outlook express


You have to go to the website of your internet provider and find the email server information. Then you open outlook express, click on account setup and enter the server information.

I can do this for you for a fee of $14.95. My email address is buffalonymann@yahoo.com. You can create a free email account at yahoo (web based) and contact me by email

Sep 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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I can't send email because I haven't been able to make sure that the sender name is my current account.


What email client are you using? As I understand from your rather brief description you asking how to verify if your email is the default account.

For example if running MS Office Outlook 2003:

Click tools > email accounts > tick view or change existing email accounts > click next.

Under email account window, if you have multiple accounts, select the one you want to use and click on Set as default > click finish.

But like I said would want to know what email client you using?

Aug 13, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Pop ups asking for email passwords in Outlook 2003


It's like they told you, its a Microsoft issue, sort of.

The application has a corrupt registry key, reinstalling the application, the MS outlook 2003 will 'magically' fix the problem.

The only other thing that makes that window pop up, besides the obvious, which is you reset your password, is when you are trying to cross a domain. And if you asking in your head, what is that, then you probably not doing it. It doesnt happen by accident.

Just re-install the software, takes 5 minutes, and brings years of relief...hehe

oh, to test my theory, set up outlook express with the same settings you have in your outlook 2003. You probalby have outlook express already installed on your computer, just click on start, all programs, outlook express, if you dont see it, its a free download,

just go to google.com and type in download outlook express and install it, then open it, click on tools up at the top, then accts, then mail tab, then add

type in the info its asking for , like your pop servers name, and the smtp server

the default ports are 110 for incoming, and 25 for outgoing

spin

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May 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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I use microsoft outlook 2003 and two weeks after the emails were sent to me, I just received them. Can you please tell me why the long delay. Thanks!


The problem may be on your ISP's side. I would ask them to verify your account. Also, can you receive emails immediatley if you click on the send/receive icon in Outlook 2003?

Another area to check is the options settings for checking email. I have outlook 2007 but it's either the same or similar.

click on tools then options then Mail Setup.
click on the Send/receive button and verify that the "Schedule an automatic send/receive every (X) box is checked. The x is typically 30 minutes.

If you change this be sure to click Apply or OK to accept the change.

Mar 23, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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How to receive e-mail at more than one p.c.


Hi,
 
Generally users of POP3 email like to download messages to their PC and take them off the central server. But sometimes you'll want to leave them there so you can access them again. Like most other mail client applications, Outlook Express can be configured to leave messages on the server indefinitely or for a specified period of time.
 
How to Set Outlook Express To Leave Email Messages On The Server
Open Outlook Express
Select Tools/Accounts.
Click on the Mail tab, highlight YourAccount and click on the Properties button.
Click on the Advanced tab.
In the Delivery section, select the checkbox to Leave of copy of messages on server.
Select the appropriate checkbox to delete the messages from the server after a certain number of days or until the messages are deleted from the Deleted Items in Outlook Express. (Do also check you mailbox size from your internet provider, If you get a lot of emails you may fillup your mailbox fast)
 
For Outlook 2003
go to Tools > Options.
Select the Mail Setup tab from the Options dialog, and click E-mail Accounts.
Select the email account and click Next
Under the Delivery section of the Advanced tab, Checking the Leave a copy of messages on the server checkbox instructs Outlook 2003 to leave a copy of your emails on the server indefinitely
 
You will find the same options on all email software. Once you have Set this on all the computers, you will get the same mails on each one.
 
Hope this helps. Please rate your feedback!
Thanks,
VJ

Mar 05, 2009 | Operating Systems

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