Question about Computers & Internet
Hi, i'm going to assume that your an employee trying to access a work account from home. concidering that then you must be using windows mail, or outlook, some kinda program as such. most of these programs have made it fairly easy to set up. (if you've already had it set up and are now having problems contact the administrator for help). first it'll ask for all the specific information you'll need to set up your account. for this information you'll need to contact the network administrator for the account/settings. work through the interface and use the check account first b-4 continuing. then you should be connected. good luck and have a nice day.
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