The message that comes up when Outlook can't set up an encrypted connection automatically caught a couple of users off guard this week. After calling their mail provider to verify the account supports encryption, they asked me what was wrong with Outlook. An encrypted connection to your mail server is not available. Click next to
How to create a new profile in Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013 and set it to use an existing pst file.
To change how frequently Outlook does and automatic send and receive, you need to edit the Send and Receive settings. The easiest way to open the Send and Receive dialog is using the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Alt+S. If you prefer to use the mouse, look on the Tools, Send and Receive menu, Send/Receive Groups, Define Send
How to open the More Settings dialog to configure Outgoing (SMTP) server settings, port numbers, and other settings.
Outlook 2002 makes the Newprof.exe and Modprof.exe utilities used by administrators obsolete. Instead, .prf files can be run directly, as part of the command to Outlook, or as part of the Office installation. This page is devoted to tips for creating and using Outlook .prf files, which are not totally documented. See More Information below
Currently (since September 2009), users can access Hotmail one of two ways in Outlook: using POP3 or using the Outlook Hotmail connector. The Outlook Hotmail Connector is supported in Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2010 only and syncs Hotmail Calendar and Contacts to your local machine. Links to the current version of the Hotmail Connector are
This is another one of those areas where Outlook behaves differently depending on whether Outlook is running in Internet Mail Only (IMO) or Corporate/Workgroup (CW) mode. Outlook 97 has only one mode — the equivalent of Corporate/Workgroup. Beginning with Outlook 2002, Outlook is available in only one mode and offers the flexibility of the IMO
How to configure Microsoft Outlook 2010 to deliver POP3 accounts to a single personal folders data file (pst).
How to configure email accounts in Outlook, including Gmail, Hotmail, Godaddy, and Yahoo email. We have a list utilities that work with some web-based email services.