Monday, September 30, 2013

Outlook In Vista Settings

Microsoft Outlook is a great tool to help you connect with people through mail. Besides serving as an email client Outlook can take care of your notes and appointments, manage contacts, and function as a great personal management tool. You can keep a personal address book as well in Outlook, which is separate from the virtual address book created during the starting of an account. MS Outlook allows this personal address book to be transferred to any removable media, and opened in another system. This way you never miss deadlines, can work anywhere there’s a computer, and always stay connected.
Microsoft Outlook is an email client developed and distributed as part of MS Office suite. The 2007 version of MS Outlook is completely compatible with Windows Vista, but needs to be configured a bit before using it in Vista. Changing the Outlook settings is very simple, and this can be redone or undone any time you like. If you do not know how to configure, the following steps should be great help.

Instructions to Configure Outlook in Windows Vista
  • Start the Microsoft Outlook program on your system.
  • On the top of the Outlook application window locate the Tools option, and open this menu to select the Account Settings option in the list.
  • Select the New… button situated in the Email tab. This will initiate the configuration process of your outlook email account.
  • Choose the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP radio button and then press Next.
  • In the fields requesting your information type in your name, your email address, and your password.
  • Click the Next option and wait while your Outlook connects to your email account. Now click on Next again.
  • Click Finish. Now the process of configuration will be completed and you can return to the home window in Outlook.
Congratulations! Your Outlook account has been successfully configured with your Windows Vista operating system. You can go to Outlook settings to customize your account in any manner you like. Outlook is one of the best email clients and ranks one as a personal manager tool. If you encounter any difficulty with your Outlook application, feel free to contact the Outlook help desk. You can even contact Windows Online support as well, where you will probably be able to fix bugs in your Vista.
So set up your Outlook account on Windows Vista and interact with anyone, anytime.

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