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Microsoft Outlook 2007

Instructions for setting up CSAIL Email

Start Outlook for the first time, or go to Tools -> Account Settings -> New -> IMAP, Next.

at "Auto Account Setup", choose Manually and click Next.


Click Next again (choosing the default, Internet E-mail.)

Enter your name and CSAIL email address, and choose Account Type, Incoming and Outgoing mail servers as follows...


Click More Settings and click the Outgoing Server tab:


And on the Advanced tab, change both "None" drop-downs to "SSL", then change "25" to "465".


Click OK, then Next and Finish.

Additional notes

  • How to remove certificate warning in Outlook and Outlook Express?
  • Does Outlook display the "wrong inbox" when you start up? (A blank folder within Personal Folders, rather than your CSAIL IMAP Inbox.) If so, ...
    1. Go to Tools/Options
    2. Click the "Other" tab
    3. Click "Advanced Options"
    4. Next to "Startup in this folder:", click "Browse..."
    5. Navigate to the Inbox inside your CSAIL account and click it to select
    6. Click "OK" until you're back to the normal view.
  • Does Outlook save messages to the "wrong Sent folder"? (Sent Items within Personal Folders, rather than your CSAIL IMAP Sent folder.) If so, ...
    1. Go to Tools/Account Settings
    2. Double-click your IMAP account
    3. Click the "More settings" button
    4. Click the "Folders" tab
    5. Select "Choose an existing save sent items..."
    6. Click the "Sent" folder underneath your IMAP account to select it
    7. Click "OK" until you're back to the normal view.
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