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[EMAIL] How do I setup my email account in Outlook 2003 and newer versions?
The following instructions apply only to our Corporate and Business Class Hosting Plans:

Please note that this tutorial shows how to setup a basic POP connection in Outlook, using your own ISP's server for sending out emails. However there are a vast number of different ways you can configure your email, as well as a vast number of different email clients and versions. You can also use IMAP instead of POP. For specific support on configuring your email software, please refer to your software vendors instructions or the person you use for your computer support, for specific support for the software client you are using. All the different email server settings you need for configuring your email can be found at http://www.knowledgebase.loungenetwork.co.nz/index.php?op=view&t=377 . If you are not sure if you are using the right username and password, you can test it by logging into webmail at www.controlpanel.co.nz

Step 1: Select E-mail Accounts... from the Tools menu.


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Step 2: In the E-mail Accounts window, select the Add a new e-mail account option.

Step 3: Click Next >.


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Step 4: Select server type POP3.

Step 5: Click Next >.


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Step 6: Enter your name and email address into the Your Name and E-mail Address fields, respectively.

Step 7: Enter pop3.webhost.co.nz as the Incoming mail server (POP3). You will need to user your ISP's email server, and enter it as the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). eg for Xtra it is smtp.xtra.co.nz. Please contact your ISP if you are not sure what it should be.

Step 8: Enter your mailbox name and password into the User Name and Password fields, respectively. If you wish, you can use the Test Account Settings... button to check that everything has been entered correctly. Please note that your USERNAME is the SAME as your EMAIL ADDRESS if you setup or upgraded your mailbox after February 2008

Step 9: Click Next >.


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Step 10: Click Finish to create the account


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