How To Configure AOL EMail In Microsoft Outlook 2010

You can set up your email account in your AOL Microsoft Outlook 2010 to send / receive e-mails. To ensure that you do not Microsoft Outlook problems during the process that brought you this free guide support for Microsoft Outlook 2010, it will easily configured Microsoft Outlook help for your mail account AOL.

Click the File tab and point to information. You will see your existing account information under Info. To set up click to a new e-mail account AOL, Add Account. In the Name box, type your name.

Please enter a valid e-mail address into the address field of the AOL e-mail and password in the Password field. Click the button next to manually server settings or additional server types and click the Next button. Click the E-mail button on the Internet and click Next. If Internet settings E-mail, enter your name and email address in the user information.

Type ' "(without quotes) in the Incoming Mail Server box, while' 'In the Outgoing server (SMTP). Check Remember the Password field. Click the More Settings button. Select the Outgoing Server tab and check the box next to My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. Click the Advanced tab, and enter "587" in the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). Click the OK button. If you test your settings before you close the window, click the Test Account Settings button.

Microsoft Outlook will test your account settings AOL and react accordingly. Click the OK button and click Next and Finish to save the changes and close the new account Adding window. If the test returns an error message, click the OK button and then go back to check the settings.

If you find spelling errors or configuration correct. It is imperative to spell your e-mail address, password and incoming server information and output, etc. properly. Check the port number for the SMTP server. If you lost or forgot your password, contact AOL and ask.

AOL Mail also supports a POP3 account. However, before you configure Microsoft Outlook, confirm with the AOL service.

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