Step #1. Open the Services Dialog Box
You will want to click the Tools option from the top toolbar and then choose Services.
Step #2. Internet Email
Highlight the Internet Email option if it is listed, else click the Add button, highlight the Internet Email option and then click the OK button.
Step #3. General Information
On the Mail Account Properties screen, click the General tab. Underneath Mail Account you will want to type in the name that will refer to this specific account. Under User Information, you will want to fill in your Name, your Organization, your E-mail address, and your Reply address.
Step #4. Server Information
Now you will want to click on the Servers tab. You will need to fill in the following values:
Incoming mail (POP3 or IMAP):
Outgoing mail (SMTP):
The user account name
The user password
You may want to click the checkbox next to Remember password. Next, you will need to click the checkbox next to My server requires authentication.
Step #5. Outgoing Mail Server Settings
Click the Settings button next to My server requires authentication. On the following screen, you will want to make sure that the Use same settings as my incoming mail server option is chosen and then click the OK button.
Step #6. Connection Type
When you are taken back to the Mail Account Properties screen, click the Connection tab. In most cases, you will want to choose the Connect using my local area network (LAN) option and then press the OK button.
Step #7. Setup Complete
You will be shown the following dialog box and you will need to press the OK button. You will also need to close and restart Outlook in order for the settings to take effect. The mail setup is now complete and you are now able to successfully send and retrieve email.