procedures pertain to setting up an additional email
account using Microsoft Outlook 2002.
1. Open the Outlook 2002 mail client
2. Select the Tools
menu and then E-mail Accounts.
The following dialog will appear.
3. Select Add
a new e-mail account and then click Next.
note: The “Server Type” is chosen by
user preference. POP3, the most commonly used setup, downloads
the incoming email directly to the user’s hard drive.
4. Select POP3
and then click Next.
note: Within the next dialog, you will need to complete
your information fields as it appears in the example below.
The Server Information
must be configured as follows in order to successfully send
mail from this account while connected to your home Internet
Service Provider. The Outgoing
mail server (SMTP) is configured to use your home
ISP server (e.g. Comcast’s Outgoing server) and the
Incoming mail server
will remain (FDU) mail.fdu.edu.
As a reminder, each Internet Service
Provider has their own specific server name and you should
only use the proper name for the provider to which you are
5. Once information fields have been
completed, click on More Settings.
6. Within the General
Tab of the dialog, please type a Mail
Account name that will be easily recognized. Also,
complete the remaining fields with the appropriate information.
7. Then click on the Advanced
8. Within the Advanced Tab fields,
select the box “This server requires an SSL-secured
connection” under Incoming
server (POP3). This should change the value to 995.
9. Click OK
to apply the changes.
10. You will return to the main account
setup dialog to review your information.
11. Click Next
The final dialog will appear to confirm
the successful creation of the specified email account.
12. Click Finish
to complete the account configuration.
If you wish to review your newly created
account, please follow the first two procedures and then
select View or change existing
email accounts. The following dialog will appear.
tag should be associated with your main FDU account, to
ensure your mail will be delivered properly while connected
Now when using the Outlook program
to compose email, you will be able to select the specific
account to send the message. Refer to the dialog below that
displays the described action.
note: When selecting the FDU
Webmail from Home account to send the message, you
are utilizing the Outgoing server configuration that allows
this action through your ISP.
You are now ready to use this
newly created account to send and receive email while connected
to your home ISP.
VERSION NOTICE: There is a current issue using Outlook
2002 and this particular configuration. Each time the program
performs a send/receive function, a dialog prompts you to
login. It will perform a successful send/receive once you
click OK, but it will constantly prompt to login, even if
you select the Save password check box. This does not occur
in Outlook 2003.