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Configuring Outlook 2007 for E Street email

To set up Outlook 2007 to send and receive email please follow the steps below. 

When setting up Outlook 2007 (or any mail client), you will need the following information;

– E-mail address: <yourEmail>

– Incoming (POP3) mail server: <yourIncomingServer>

– Outgoing (SMTP) mail server: <yourOutgoingServer>

– Account Name (Username): <yourEmail>

– Password:

You can look up the settings for your e-mail here:


 1. Open Microsoft Outlook. 

 2. From the “Tools” menu, choose “Account Settings”.

 3. Select the Email tab and then click “New” 

 4. Check the box labeled “Manually configure server settings” and then click “Next” 

 5. Select “Internet Email” and click “Next”

 6. In the “Your Name” field, type your name.  In the “E-mail Address” field, type your full email address <yourEmail>. 

 7. In the “Incoming mail server (POP3)” field, type your Incoming mail server name  <yourIncomingServer>. 

 8. In the “Outgoing mail server (SMTP)” field, type your Outgoing mail server name  <yourOutgoingServer>. 

 9. In the User Name field, type your mail account username <yourEmail>.  Your username is your full email address.

 10. In the Password field, type your email password.  This is case sensitive. DO NOT check the box that says “Log on using Secure Password Authentication.

 11. Click “More Settings”

 12. Click on the “Advanced” tab and change the outgoing (SMTP) server port to 587 

 13.  Click on the “Outgoing Server” tab

 14. Check the box labeled “My server requires authentication” and make sure it’s set to “Use same settings as incoming mail server”and click “OK”

 15. Click the “Next” button and then “Finish” to complete the set up.

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