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 TexasData E-Mail in Outlook 2010
  Last update: 2013-04-06 08:28


Step 1: Open Outlook 2010. If a Mail Setup Wizard opens automatically, please close/cancel it and continue with the steps shown in this guide.

Once Outlook 2010 is open, click the FILE menu at the top-left corner of the Outlook window, then select ADD ACCOUNT.


 

Step 2: In the ACCOUNT SETUP window, locate and click the MANUALLY CONFIGURE SERVER SETTINGS option, followed by the NEXT button.


 

Step 3: In this window, ensure that INTERNET E-MAIL is selected, then click NEXT.


 

 

Step 4: Now fill out your information accordingly. We are using an example name and address here. You will need to put your own name in, as well as your own TexasData.net email address.

Ensure that ACCOUNT TYPE is POP3, and that the INCOMING MAIL SERVER and OUTGOING MAIL SERVER (SMTP) are both set to mail.texasdata.net.

Also, make certain that your full TexasData email address is entered under USER NAME, your email password is entered in the PASSWORD field and that the REMEMBER PASSWORD option is checked.

Once you have entered and verified these settings, please click the MORE SETTINGS button near the bottom right corner of the window.

NOTE: If you do not currently have a TexasData.net email account, and are a customer, then you are entitled to two email accounts with us. For more information, please contact us and we will help setup an email account for you today! 


 

Step 5: In this next window that appears, click the OUTGOING SERVER tab at the top, and then place a checkmark in the box beside MY OUTGOING SERVER (SMTP) REQUIRES AUTHENTICATION, then click OK.


 

Step 6: Now click NEXT, then FINISH and finally CLOSE.


  

Congratulations! Your configuration of Outlook 2010 is complete.

 

 

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