In this tutorial, you will learn how to use SSL to send your e-mail to Microsoft Office 2007 and then retrieve it.
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is used for the secure transmission of data via e-mail.
The instructions for setting up a mailbox without SSL can be found under the following link:
Select in the upper navigation bar of Outlook the item "Extras" and click on "Account Settings".
You will now see the following screen:
Click here on the "New" button.
The following screen appears:
Check the box for "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" here and then click "Next".
A new window will appear in which you can select what kind of an e-mail mailbox it is.
Select the round field in front of "Internet e-mail" and click on "Next" at the bottom right.
A new window will appear, in which you will be prompted to enter all to enter the necessary information about your e-mail inbox.
As the user name, enter the e-mail login that was used when you created the e-mail box in your customer area on www.checkdomain.net/en has been assigned.
Then click on "Further settings".
Replace all fields with the information for your e-mail inbox.
You can also find this in your customer login under "E-mails -> Server information".
A new window will appear. Please select from the listed tab pages, select the "Outgoing mail server" item.
Set then check the box "The outgoing mail server (SMTP) requires authentication".
Now click on "OK".
You will return to the previous page. Click there on "Next".
Finally, click on "Finish" to complete the setup.
You can now receive and send your e-mails with Office 2007.
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