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Steps to configure email accounts in Outlook 2007 via POP

Step 1: Open Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
Step 2: Go to Tools -> Account Settings
Step 4: Click “New” in the upper left corner
Step 5: Select the “Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP”
Step 6: Click “Next” in the bottom right corner
Step 7: Check the box next to the option to “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and click “Next” in the bottom right corner
Step 8: Click “Next” on the next screen displayed to start configuring your server settings
Step 9: Fill in the fields on the screen

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Account Type: Select POP3
Incoming: imap.gmail.com
Outgoing: smtp.gmail.com

Select POP3 after the Incoming mail server name.
For POP3 use 995 – SSL enabled
Outgoing SMTP port use 465 – SSL enabled
User Name: Enter in the full email address
Password: Enter in the password for that specific email address
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Step 10: Check the box next to “Remember Password”
Step 11: Click “More Settings” in the bottom right corner
Step 12: On the “General” Tab give your email account a name such as “work”
Step 13: Go to the “Outgoing Server” Tab and make sure to check the box next to the option “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” and be sure the radio button is checked next to “Use same settings as my incoming mail server”
Step 14: Click on the “Connection” tab and select the type of internet connect you are using. Then click “OK” on the bottom right of the popup (most customers do not need to do this step)
Step 15: Click “Next” and then click “Finish” to complete the email account setup.

Note: Leave a copy of messages on the server:
i) Place a tick in this box if you want to leave a copy of your downloaded mail on the server (recommended if you access this account from another device, such as a mobile phone).
ii) Remove the tick if you would prefer to have the messages deleted immediately after they have been downloaded.

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